Warsaw History School Trips & Tours

The capital of Poland offers a wide variety of Holocaust-related visits that highlight the story of the city's Jewish population up to the end of WWII. With sites of historical importance and architectural beauty to rival Krakow. The remains of the Death Camp at Treblinka and the fascinating city of Łodz with its important wartime ghetto are both easily visited as day excursions from the city.

Sample itinerary

Our sample itinerary provides you with an idea of the visits you can cover during your trip. We can tailor-make an itinerary to support your specific learning outcomes.

Morning Afternoon Evening
1 Daytime flight & transfer to accommodation Warsaw - introductory walking tour around the Old Town Evening meal
2 Visits in the Old and New Towns including the Jewish Historical Institute. Visit the Museum of the Warsaw uprising Evening meal
3 Coach excursion to the Korczak Orphanage, the Deportation Memorial & further key visits in the area of the wartime ghetto. Visit the former Death Camp of Treblinka. Evening meal
4 Visit the Nozyk Synagogue & the Palace of Culture & Science Transfer to airport for return flight to Ireland
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Morning Daytime flight & transfer to accommodation
Afternoon Warsaw - introductory walking tour around the Old Town
Evening Evening meal
Morning Visits in the Old and New Towns including the Jewish Historical Institute. Visit the Museum of the Warsaw uprising
Afternoon Evening meal
Evening
Morning Coach excursion to the Korczak Orphanage, the Deportation Memorial & further key visits in the area of the wartime ghetto. Visit the former Death Camp of Treblinka.
Afternoon Evening meal
Evening
Morning Visit the Nozyk Synagogue & the Palace of Culture & Science
Afternoon Transfer to airport for return flight to Ireland
Evening

On-tour support

On-tour support includes...


Top visits

Guided Walking Tour of Old Town

Includes Old Town Square, St John’s Cathedral, the Royal Palace, Monument to the Little Insurgent and the Uprising Memorial.

Guided Walking Tour in the City Centre

Includes Novy Swiat, the Radziwill Palace, the Memorial to Józef Piłsudski, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Saxon Gardens, Marszałkowska and the Palace of Culture and Science.

Janus Korczak Orphanage

The orphanage in which Korczak led the famous march of the children still exists and is still in use. It may be visited by prior arrangement.

Warsaw Uprising Monument

Marking the place where Polish partisans and citizens entered the sewer system to escape from German troops surrounding the Old Town during the 1944 Warsaw Uprising - one of the most important chapters in Warsaw’s history. The monument is dedicated to the heroes who gave their lives for their homeland during the Uprising.


Transport

We offer flights from a variety of departure airports and we’ll work with you to plan your route at the best value possible.

Flight


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Before your tour

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