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The bombing campaign of Warsaw by the German Luftwaffe during the Invasion of Poland started on 1 September 1939 and resulted in gruelling years of terror, occupation, resistance and tragedy. Visit Poland and pay tribute to the heroes and victims of this city’s events during WWII.
Arrival and overnight stay at a hotel in Warsaw.Day 2
In the morning, explore the city on a sightseeing tour, including the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Umschlagplatz Monument in the square where Jews were gathered for deportation from the ghetto; the Warsaw Uprising Monument located by a canal manhole through which people escaped the Nazis; and the Pawiak, a former prison in occupied Warsaw. Overnight stay at a hotel in Warsaw.Day 3
Continue your tour on the Memorial Route of Jewish Martyrdom and Struggle with the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the Ghetto Heroes Monument, both located in the former Jewish district (Northern District). During the war this area was a part of the concentration camp KL Warschau. Next visit the Katyn Museum on the citadel – a memorial to the Katyn massacre, followed by a walk in the Old City. Overnight stay at you Warsaw hotel.Day 4
End of tour, transfer to the airport or drive to your next destination.