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#46 of 224 Tours in Warsaw
Warsaw, Poland
About Intopoland
We are Polish, local tour operator from Warsaw. We oprovide top quality tours in and around Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw and other major Polish cities. In addition to these guided city tours, we also specialize in customized, private tours of Poland for individual clients, families and small groups. Let us know about your wishes and we will design your unique holidays.
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Kulmhof (Chelmno) Tour from Warsaw

Kulmhof was a first German Nazi death camp in Poland. It was established in 1941 and with a short break it operated until 1944. It's located only 180 km to the west of Warsaw and it is easy to get there by car. Journey by car from Warsaw to Kulmhof takes over 2 hours one way. On the spot we usually spend about 3 hours. Total duration of Kulmhof Tour is about 7-8 hours. This tour is reccommended for people interested in World War 2 and the Holocaust.
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8 hours
from $252.83

Wolf's Lair & Treblinka Tour in 1 day from Warsaw

Our Wolf's Lair & Treblinka Tour combines 2 very important World War 2 sites: Hitler headquarters and a death camp. This tour starts and ends in Warsaw. If you are limited with time and interested in WW2 and the Holocaust, this is an option for you.
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13 hours
from $288.95

Treblinka - Tykocin - Lopuchowo Tour from Warsaw

Our Treblinka & Tykocin Tour is a very good option for people who would like to learn more not only about Jewish history during the Holocaust but also how it looked like in Poland for many years before. In Treblinka Death Camp we will pay a visit to the museum to see the model of the camp and then we will continue to the memorial.Our next stop will be Tykocin - typical shtetl town and also a lovely artistic town so it's a great place to have lunch there and rest a bit. In Tykocin there is also one of the oldest Jewish cemetery in Poland (it was established in 1522 and the oldest matzevas come from 1754). In Lopuchowo Forest we will make a short stop at the memorial comemorating massacre on Jewish people from Tykocin. This is a full day tour.
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11 hours
from $282.93

Krakow Trip from Warsaw by train

It is the best tour for individual visitors and small groups (1-3 people) who have one day and want to visit Krakow. Our tour will start in Warsaw. In the morning you will catch a train (1st class) to Krakow. After ca. 2,5 hours of journey you will meet our guide at the Krakow Glowny train station. Walking Tour of Krakow will last 3 hours.

First you will go to the Central Square where are located Sukiennice (Cloth Hall), Barbakan fortifications and St Mary Church. You will go then along Grodzka historical street. It is one of the oldest in Krakow. It was a part of Royal Route. At the end of this street you will see a Wawel Hill with a Royal Castle. You will visit the Wawel Cathedral. After that you will also see the Collegium Maius, the oldest 15th century Ghotic building of the Jagiellonian University.

After a walking tour you will have some free time for lunch and souvenirs. Late afternoon you will catch a return train to Warsaw.
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9 to 12 hours
from $276.91
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Iann68 wrote a review Jun 2020
Dublin, Ireland17 contributions3 helpful votes
We are now living in Poland me and my fiancee and decided to see some of Poland and decided to take a trip to the "Wolfs Lair". We booked it and the guide came to pick us up....her name was Anna Ostrowska-Burzyriska.She was very pleasant and informative on the drive up there, When we got there we were handed over to an English speaking guide who was very knowledgable of the Wolfs Lair and gave an excellent account.....mentioning some things that I never knew. We then headed back after a three hour tour at around 1800 thoroughly pleased at the whole day. I took some excellent pics and would recommend the trip to anyone.
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Date of experience: June 2020
Solo Traveler wrote a review Nov 2019
Montreal, Canada1 contribution3 helpful votes
Staying in Warsaw, I really wanted to visit Hitler's Wolfsschanze. Going there on my own didn't exactly seem straightforward, especially since I don't have a car and don't speak a single word of Polish. However, while searching for the best way to visit the place, I came upon an article recommending IntoPoland's services. I decided to trust this recommendation, and I am very glad I did. To begin with, the booking was simple and easy. On the day of the tour, the vehicle, which was clean and comfortable, arrived on time to pick me up at my Airbnb. Anna, who booked my tour and subsequently drove me (though they also have other drivers) was friendly and spoke very good English. During the long drive, she entertained interesting conversations and I got to learn more about Polish culture and history. The best part, however, was of course the guided visit of the Wolf's Lair. My guide, Jagoda, was energetic, enthusiastic, funny and passionate. She knew how to navigate the site in such a way that we could avoid other visitors as much as possible, and therefore ensure the best experience. She truly cares about the historical importance of the place and goes above and beyond in preserving what remains of it, even when the site management does not seem to care. Having booked the extended tour, she also showed me the buildings outside of the main area. This part does not have any kind of signage, so her knowledge was essential in knowing what I was looking at. She knew the use of each building and could even point out little details such as plumbing, electrical wiring, remaining tiles and so on, which I would surely have missed had I been exploring by myself. Most importantly, she was very willing to go off the beaten paths to make sure I could see everything, for which I was very grateful since, in my experience, guides often prefer to stick to the script. I am sure that other guides are also good, but if you are lucky enough to have Jagoda, know that you are in for a treat. In conclusion, though this tour certainly wasn't cheap, I found that it was well worth it. If you are only going to go there once in your life, then you might as well make sure that you get to enjoy the best possible experience.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jim H wrote a review Nov 2019
47 contributions14 helpful votes
Have used Anna From Into Poland now on a few Occasions now . As always the service when booking and sorting out all the details was very easy. On the day of the trip, She was on time and the car was comfortable and clean. She made sure if we wanted a short break on the 3.5 hour trip one way as just to ask. The journey it self was very scenic and the time went quick. The tour it self was outstanding and the guide that Anna had booked for us was very knowledgeable. The site itself is just amazing as my daughter informed me. So much to contemplate on who stood on this ground previously. The trip time is long and tiring as we all know on these journeys . Hell it was more than worth it. with the knowledge that Anna has about the areas which you pass on the way. The longest tour I have done but one of the most satisfying. When I do come to Poland I always use into Poland as you know what you get. Polite , knowledgeable, friendly guides. This is now the 3rd time I have used Into Poland for trips and would go no where else.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Skytopper wrote a review Oct 2019
Rumson, New Jersey26 contributions8 helpful votes
My husband and I were very satisfied with our itinerary, hotel choices, and all the drivers and guides provided by Intopoland for our 12 day tour. We loved the country and would recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
FamilyGuySeattle11 wrote a review Oct 2019
Seattle7 contributions10 helpful votes
To be honest, I was a bit nervous to book a trip to Poland as the primary goal was a to visit the remains of the Jewish sites as well as the extermination camps. At first I thought that the best approach would be to book with a Jewish organization as I imagined they would be the most sensitive to our needs. However after reading a number of different reviews, we took the plunge and booked a Jewish Heritage tour with Intopoland. It turned out to be a terrific decision! The entire booking process was easy. Anna O. provided us with a personalized itinerary. We had one guide for the first few days (Jack) and then a number of other guides (Magda, Magdalena, Barb and Anna). All of them were truly outstanding. None of them were Jewish, yet they were all clearly passionate about sharing their knowledge with us about Poland and the Holocaust. Not only did we get the opportunity to see the many Jewish sites, but also many of the wonderful historic Polish sites too. Poland is a truly beautiful and interesting country to visit. My wife Pam loved the food, but I have to admit I’m not a huge fan of traditional Polish cuisine - pickled “everything”. I did enjoy Perogi and apple pie with ice cream is awesome! Yum! Anna O. booked us into really nice 3 star hotels that were all located in terrific locations that allowed easy walking access to the local sites. Poland is a very affordable travel destination and I found the cost for the tour thru Intopoland to be terrific value for money. I wholeheartedly recommend booking your trip to Poland with INTOPOLAND
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Date of experience: October 2019