World War II history in Germany and Poland

Go back to the past and dare to know the most important places in Germany and Poland during World War II. A journey through history that will not leave you indifferent.

World War II history in Germany and Poland

Basic Information
  • Price From: USD 6758
  • Duration:
    • 14 Days.
    • 13 Nights.
  • Vigente desde: 2020-01-01
  • Vigente hasta: 2021-03-31
Included

Itinerary:


Package I: From Munich to Berlin

Day 1 Munich

In the morning, visit the city of Munich and its most important monuments such as the Cathedral of the Virgin and the Marienplatz, the social and geographical heart of Munich. You will learn more about the place of origin of the Nazi Party and where Hitler managed to achieve power. You will see buildings and monuments related to the Nazi Party such as Königsplatz square, where the massive concentrations of this party were taking place; the Hofbräuhaus, where political speeches were held, the Jakobsplatz square, the Feldherrnhalle and the Documentation Center.

Day 2 Munich - Berchtesgaden - Munich

Travel to Berchtesgaden to explore this beautiful and traditional Bavarian city. Then, visit the "Eagle's Nest", which was built as a gift for Hitler's 50 years. During World War II, the Berchtesgaden region served as an important strategic objective for the Allied forces. Return to Munich

Day 3 Munich - Dachau - Nuremberg

After a short trip to the beautiful and pleasant city of Dachau, you will arrive at the former Nazi concentration camp in Dachau. Visit to the concentration camp, a monument in honor of the victims of the Nazi Party. This place talks about the daily life of the victims during the holocaust period. We will continue the trip to Nuremberg.

Day 4 Nuremberg

Explore Nuremberg to relive universal history by visiting Hall 600 where the Nazi trials were held. The Memorial provides a perception of the defendants and the crimes committed by the leaders of the Nazi regime. Then, follow the story and visit the Documentation Center, the impressive museum. The vestiges of the remaining buildings and the permanent exhibition "Fascination and Terror" show the causes, context and consequences of the terror regime.

Day 5 Nuremberg - Berlin

After breakfast travel to Berlin. Rest of the day free.

Day 6 Berlin

Today you will visit many emblematic places, monuments of doubtful reputation and huge constructions that remain as witness of the fatal dictatorship on the basis of terror. It will pass through Wilhelmstrasse and Vossstrasse, the old center of power; the Reich Chancellery; the Holocaust Monument or Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe, and the exhibition of the "Topography of Terror".

Day 7 Berlin

Today a visit to the Wannsee Conference House awaits you, which was used by the Protection Corps (Schutz Staffel or SS) as a conference center and guest house between 1941 and 1945. Also, you can see the Cecilienhof Palace , where the summit meeting of the victorious powers of the Second World War was held. The Potsdam Conference is a symbol of the end of World War II and the beginning of the Cold War. End of the afternoon tour or continuation - see package II.


Package II: From Berlin to Warsaw

Day 1 or 8 Berlin - Terezín - Prague

Travel to Prague and stop at Terezín, where you will observe its former concentration camp (Theresienstadt). This tragic and dark place reminds us of the history and horror of the Jewish ghetto, where thousands of innocent people died during the Nazi occupation.

Day 2 or 9 Prague

Visit of the "City of Gold" and where you will know the history of the Jews. Also, the places related to Reinhard Heydrich, the Alternate Administrator of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia during the Nazi domain. Visit the only Jewish municipal area in Central Europe that survived the Holocaust.

Day 3 or 10 Prague - Walbrzych - Wrocław

On the way to Wrocław, a stop will be made in Walbrzych, a city located in the Owl Mountains in southwest Poland, a place where the Nazis built one of the largest military complexes during World War II. The secret project "Riese" (Giant Complex) consists of numerous tunnels and underground shelters, and is believed to have been the headquarters of the Nazis. Then, travel to Wrocław.

Day 4 or 11 Wrocław - Auschwitz- Birkenau - Krakow

Trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau, an old concentration camp that became a symbol of terror, genocide and holocaust around the world. In 1940, the Nazis established the largest German concentration camps in this place.

5th or 12th day Krakow and the Oskar Schindler List

Visit to the enamelling factory that was directed by Oskar Schindler in Krakow. Learn more about the incredible story of the man who worked to save as many Jews as he could. In the afternoon, you will learn more about Krakow, its monuments and its complex history. Visit to the Krakow ghetto and the Heroes' Square.

6th or 13th day Krakow - Warsaw

After breakfast, travel to Warsaw where you will enjoy a panoramic tour of the city of Warsaw, the capital of Poland. During the tour, you will see the most important places in the city.

Day 7 or 14 Warsaw

In the morning, enjoy a tour of the historic city of Warsaw. Discover the history of the Siege of Warsaw between the Polish army and the German army. Visit the places and monuments related to the fatal time of war: the Jewish ghetto and the Warsaw Uprising Monument in Krasinski Square. End of the afternoon tour.


Information:

You can do the full 14-day tour from Munich to Warsaw or a 7-day package only.


Include: 

  • Accommodation in a double room in hotels of the chosen category
  • Buffet breakfast in all hotels
  • Transportation by car or minivan throughout the tour
  • Spanish-speaking driver-guide throughout the tour
  • Visits and excursions according to the program

Package I:

  • Audio guide in Dachau in Spanish
  • Ticket to the Documentation Center in Munich, Eagle's Nest (May - October), Documentation Center in Nuremberg, Memorium 
  • Room 600 (closed Tuesday), Cecilienhof Palace

Package II:

  • Entrance to the Terezín concentration camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Oskar Schindler enamelling factory


No Included
  • Airline tickets.
  • Food not described in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses or not specified in the Plan.
  • Tips and expenses not specified in the Plan.
  • Optional excursions and tours of the itinerary.

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