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On this trip you will get to know the story of Chopin’s love and the broken engagement. You will tour the Manor where Chopin’s fiancée lived to the remainder of her time; stroll throughout the nearby open-air museum to return to the Manor via the neighboring green. At the Manor we will charm you with Chopin’s beautiful music at the private concert arranged especially for your tour. The concert will be accompanied with a champagne cocktail and some hors-d’oeuvres while we tell you more about the broken engagement and the future faith of Mary and Frederick. On the way back to Warsaw we will invite you to a three course dinner with a glass of wine. You will end the tour with a visit to the St. Cross Church in Warsaw, where Chopin’s heart is buried. Here you will find out who and how brought his heart to the Church.
On this trip you will get to know the story of Chopin’s love and the broken engagement. You will tour the Manor where Chopin’s fiancée lived to the remainder of her time; stroll throughout the nearby open-air museum to return to the Manor via the neighboring green. At the Manor we will charm you with Chopin’s beautiful music at the private concert arranged especially for your tour. The concert will be accompanied with a champagne cocktail and some hors-d’oeuvres while we tell you more about the broken engagement and the future faith of Mary and Frederick. On the way back to Warsaw we will invite you to a three course dinner with a glass of wine. You will end the tour with a visit to the St. Cross Church in Warsaw, where Chopin’s heart is buried. Here you will find out who and how brought his heart to the Church.
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Envision, Warsaw in 1940. Nazi uniforms everywhere. Citizens killed, imprisoned or dragged away to the Nazi concentration camps. Among them, those who suffered an almost total decimation – the Warsaw Jews – a population of 400.000. The construction of the ghetto began in 1940. Quickly the population was half a million. For the majority the only way out was through the gas chambers in Treblinka. On this tour you will walk the streets where the ghetto was and hear stories about the life within, of the escapes from it and of the ghetto uprising. You will see the ghetto monument and other commemoration sites, hear of the lives of the Jews during the occupation, and before it. About how vivid the Jewish community in Warsaw once was and how much of its legacy lives on in the architecture, literature and most importantly in our memory. After lunch we will depart for Treblinka, once the Nazi concentration and extermination camp and now a memorial site, where you can learn about the horror and cruelty that was inflicted upon the prisoners.
Envision, Warsaw in 1940. Nazi uniforms everywhere. Citizens killed, imprisoned or dragged away to the Nazi concentration camps. Among them, those who suffered an almost total decimation – the Warsaw Jews – a population of 400.000. The construction of the ghetto began in 1940. Quickly the population was half a million. For the majority the only way out was through the gas chambers in Treblinka. On this tour you will walk the streets where the ghetto was and hear stories about the life within, of the escapes from it and of the ghetto uprising. You will see the ghetto monument and other commemoration sites, hear of the lives of the Jews during the occupation, and before it. About how vivid the Jewish community in Warsaw once was and how much of its legacy lives on in the architecture, literature and most importantly in our memory. After lunch we will depart for Treblinka, once the Nazi concentration and extermination camp and now a memorial site, where you can learn about the horror and cruelty that was inflicted upon the prisoners.
From EUR 99
Come, taste, fall in love with the food and stay for the fun of learning how to make it. At the 19 th century Mill Gąsiorowo, set within the country fields, you can try out the best of the regional foods and practice making some of it according to traditional recipes. The friendly Gąsiorowo staff will guide and assist you with the selection of the ingredients, and tell you tales about the origin of these dishes. With your new knowledge you’ll be ready to dazzle your house guests to some of these delicacies. Full of awesome food and proud of our culinary achievements we will visit the Landed Gentry museum in Dąbrowa to see what the lives of the Polish gentry were like at the break of the 19 th and 20 th century. So if you want to taste Poland and learn about its culinary richness, this trip id made for you.
Come, taste, fall in love with the food and stay for the fun of learning how to make it. At the 19 th century Mill Gąsiorowo, set within the country fields, you can try out the best of the regional foods and practice making some of it according to traditional recipes. The friendly Gąsiorowo staff will guide and assist you with the selection of the ingredients, and tell you tales about the origin of these dishes. With your new knowledge you’ll be ready to dazzle your house guests to some of these delicacies. Full of awesome food and proud of our culinary achievements we will visit the Landed Gentry museum in Dąbrowa to see what the lives of the Polish gentry were like at the break of the 19 th and 20 th century. So if you want to taste Poland and learn about its culinary richness, this trip id made for you.
From EUR 99
To see Warsaw during the approaching holiday season when the City dresses up for the festivities is to remember the City forever. We will drive through the wonderfully illuminated Nowy Świat and let you off at the statue of Nicolaus Copernicus – the onset of the famous Royal Tract. It will be as if you had stepped into a fairy tale and submerged yourself into the magic of Christmas. We will stroll on to the illuminated Royal Castle and wander through the Old Town Square with its stylish restaurant and outdoor heated gardens filled with people speaking many different languages. For a moment or two you will not be sure if this is Warsaw, Prague, Barcelona or Vienna. We pass the square and make our way to the New Town and the terrace on Gnojna Góra. From here you will have a wonderful view of the lit up bridges and illuminations on the other side of the river. Next, we will drive to Wilanów – the former Royal residence – to see show of lights and sound, called “Royal Garden of Lights”.
What is the connection between rooster- the bird and Kazimierz? Why do we say that Kazimierz is the Polish Montmartre? Visit this amazing town with us and get answers to these questions. This beautiful city delights in every season.  Rich in monuments, located alongside the twisted banks of the Vistula river and the hill overgrown by trees offers variety of activities. While downtown we can spend time meandering  between art galleries, old tenement houses and nice restaurants and coffee shops. Kazimierz is small enough to tour it slowly on foot. We’re going to start our trip at the Sarzyński local bakery and bake the traditional roosters according to a traditional recipe. Then we’ll stroll on down to the castle ruins and the tower on the hill. We shall not pass by the majestic basilica built of the local limestone. After a delicious lunch at a local restaurant, depending on the weather conditions, we’re going to take a Vistula river cruise or drive through the picturesque canyon.  
What is the connection between rooster- the bird and Kazimierz? Why do we say that Kazimierz is the Polish Montmartre? Visit this amazing town with us and get answers to these questions. This beautiful city delights in every season.  Rich in monuments, located alongside the twisted banks of the Vistula river and the hill overgrown by trees offers variety of activities. While downtown we can spend time meandering  between art galleries, old tenement houses and nice restaurants and coffee shops. Kazimierz is small enough to tour it slowly on foot. We’re going to start our trip at the Sarzyński local bakery and bake the traditional roosters according to a traditional recipe. Then we’ll stroll on down to the castle ruins and the tower on the hill. We shall not pass by the majestic basilica built of the local limestone. After a delicious lunch at a local restaurant, depending on the weather conditions, we’re going to take a Vistula river cruise or drive through the picturesque canyon.  
From EUR 99
An extraordinary city, where difficult and distressing history had tangled the Polish and the Jewish fate. This is a perfect trip for those who wish to see and hear more about the Polish and the Jewish history. We will start the tour at one of the biggest open-air museums in Poland – the Museum of Lublin Village, where we will learn about the old customs and ways of life of the past inhabitants of the village. Our next stop will be Majdanek – a former concentration camp, and today a unique museum commemorating the horrors of the Second World War. At the end we will visit Lublin, and one of the greatest Old Towns in Poland, which together with the Neo-Gothic castle will create a picturesque background for reflection and calming emotions.