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Our city tours offers innovative and meticulously planned itineraries in Poland cities, held by first-rate licensed local tourist guides with Historical, Artistic and Literary University background, and great communicative skills and in your language.
Our privately guided tours are unequally comprehensive, and are conceived and planned to learn not only about the major monuments of the world’s most beautiful city, but to disclose Poland lesser-known treasures, sometime accessible only by special arrangements.
You will be pick up from your hotel to this tour.
Please write your hotel name at the booking form at the “SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS” field.
Wroclaw city tour program
Jewish Heritage sites in Wroclaw during our special 3,5 hours private tour. Firstly we will focus on the District of Mutual Respect, more commonly known as The Four Temples District. Here we can admire the well preserved White Stork Synagogue. It is a place where many various concerts often take place. From there we will walk to the courtyard in front of the Synagogue, from where Germans deported Jews to the concentration camps in Terezin, Mauthausen and Auschwitz. Then we will visit the old Jewish cemetery. Our next stop will be in the center of Wroclaw where we will take a look at some Jewish buildings which in the past belonged to Jewish families. The most famous among them are buildings of Barasch and Schoetlander Brothers. Some of the buildings were designed by Erich Mendelsohn, Hans Poelzig and Adolf Radingal. We will finish the tour at the Salt Market where “Small Iglica” – the memorial of the Crystal Night – is located.
After we will visit in the National Museum where we will admire the masterpiece “Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice”, the most visited tourist spot in Wroclaw. This huge oil painting is 15 meters high and 114 meters long! The monumental cycloramic art of work was designed for the 100th anniversary of the Kosciuszko Insurrection. In 1794 the Polish rebellion defeated the Russian army. The Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice is located in a circular building. The viewer stands in the central point and around him extends and extraordinary painting depicting various scenes.
Then we would like to take you for a walk through the Japanese Garden – a huge landscaped garden, reconstructed after flood damages with the assistance of the Japanese government. The Japanese Garden is a part of Szczytnicki Park, located in east-central Wroclaw and was reestablished in 1997, following all the traditions of Japanese garden architecture. Today the Garden is decorated according to the traditional rules, full of many species of Asian plants. It becomes especially amazing place in spring when cherry trees are blooming.
Note: This tour is for minimum 4 participates, If less participates payment will be for 4 participates
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You will be pick up from your hotel at the time of starting the tour.
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