Poland’s capital city has so much to offer for school groups. It is a hub for culture, art and sciences and beautiful historical architecture.
Warsaw’s important historical significance during World War II also makes it the perfect destination for history groups.
Wonders of Warsaw:
- Ghetto Heroes Monument
- St John’s Cathedral
- Royal Castle
- Museum of Warsaw
- Łazienki Park (Royal Baths Park)
- Palace of Culture and Science
- Warsaw Uprising Museum
- POLIN, Museum of Polish Jews
- Copernicus Science Centre
- Treblinka Extermination Camp
- Zelazowa Wola, birthplace of Frederic Chopin.
- Palace Nieborow
- Day 1: For your first day in Warsaw go to the highest floor of the Palace of Culture and Science to admire the panoramic views of the city. You may also like to visit the Copernicus Science Centre in the afternoon.
- Day 2: Enjoy a sightseeing tour - walk the Royal Way and you will see the most beautiful sites in the Old Town, including St. John’s Cathedral and the Royal Castle. Visit the Warsaw Museum and Lazienki Park.
- Day 3: Experience the solemn history of WWII with a visit to Treblinka, the second largest concentration camp in Europe. Optionally take a full day tour to Zelazowa Wola and Nieborow Palace.
- Day 4: You may wish to bisit the Warsaw Uprising Museum or POLIN, the museum of Polish Jews and save some time for shopping before departing.