Following Jewish Culture Heritage
Poland is the country where we can find many sites connected with Jewish history. Some of them have nice memories from the past, but there are also sites which bring bad memories. We would like to invite you to visit these heritage places which mean so much to Jewish nation.
VISIT: Warsaw, Lodz, Cracow, Auschwitz, Chmielnik, Tykocin, Tremblinka
Highlights: Lodz: the New Jewish Cemetery – the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe, Piotrkowska Street – one of the longest shopping street in Europe, the buildings of Karol Schreiber’s factory, who in the 19th century formed a city within city and Izrael Poznan ski’s (called the ”king of cotton”) palace and factory. Nowadays it is the shopping and entertainment centre “Manufaktura”. Cracow – Kazimierz, the former Jewish district with the Old Synagogue, Monument Old Town: The Old Market Sq. The largest European mediaeval square with the Renaissance Cloth Hall – “Sukiennice”, Shindler Museum, the square of Ghetto Heroes, Plaszow, Auschwitz: Auschwitz Museum – Death Camp in Oswiecim known as Konzentrationslanger Auschwitz. At present, the National Museum of Oswiecim is situated on the site of the former camp.
DAY 1, Warsaw, arrival
Meeting at Warsaw Airport. Transfer to the hotel.
Day 2 -9, Warsaw, Lodz, Cracow, Auschwitz, Chmielnik, Tykocin, Tremblinka
Following the tour according to the itinerary highlights
Transfer to airport for your next destination.
- accommodation at 4**** -5*****in Warsaw / Cracow/ Białystok hotels on sharing basis. The hotels have some wheelchair accessible rooms with wheel-in showers.
- breakfast daily
- wheelchair accessible vehicle
- local guides
- All taxes
The price does not include
- flights to/ from Warsaw
- drinks, lunches, dinners, hotel extras, optional excursions, personal expenditures and Travel Insurance
- entrance fees for museums
- assistance for pushing wheelchairs
- hiring rehabilitation equipment
- single supplement
Prices may vary depending on the number of people, season, hotels, services and duration. Tour leader during the entire stay in Poland can be included at additional cost.The kosher food and the guides with Hebrew language can be arranged on request. Shouldn’t you need our adapted vans we can offer you regular vehicles. Any part of this itinerary can be altered to fit your need. For larger groups contact us.
The tour is organized for the purpose of wheelchair users and slow walkers.
All the routes have been carefully checked.
The breaks for coffee, the toilets for wheelchair users are also included.
The guides are familiar with requirements for disabled people.
The facilities at hotels provide some wheelchair accessible rooms with wheel-in showers and they have been carefully checked according to the accessibility standards.
Number of people travelling in an accessible vehicle depends on number of wheelchairs in the group.
0 wheelchair users: 7 passengers
1 person in a wheelchair + 5 more passengers
2 people in a wheelchair + 3 more passengers
3 people in the wheelchair + 1 more passenger
On request the following mobility equipment can added to the Trip:
Electric hoist with slings