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Tour Code - RV 13 days - WARSAW to MUNICH $3589 AUD

This World War II tour in Poland and East Germany is the perfect vacation for those who are interested in World War II. Your tour starts in Warsaw and ends in Munich. Along the way, you’ll visit cities, concentration camps, and places important during World War II—with overnights in Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw, Dresden, Berlin, Weimar, Nuremberg, and Munich.

Throughout this tour, you’ll visit some of the concentration camps used during World War II. Visit the most famous, Auschwitz and Birkenau, where you’ll see chilling reminders of the Holocaust. You'll visit the Buchenwald concentration camp near Weimar. Constructed in 1937, it was one of the largest concentration camps. You'll also visit the site of the former Dachau concentration camp, which started out as a work camp for German dissidents.

In Krakow, you'll visit the Oskar Schindler Factory, a museum devoted to the wartime experiences in Krakow and made famous in the movie Schindler's List. You'll visit the Memorium Nuremberg Trials and Courtroom 600 (if available), where you’ll learn about the background and repercussions of the trials at the original location where they were held.  You'll also visit the Documentation Center and Zeppelin Field, where thousands of people gathered for Nazi rallies. These experiences are some of the special inclusions Globus offers to ensure your vacation is unique.

World War II brought devastation to the cities that were bombed, and you'll visit some of those cities. In Dresden, enjoy a guided walking tour of this city that was badly damaged by Allied bombing in February 1945 and has since been restored. In Berlin, visit the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, a symbol of reconciliation.

All of this and much more are included in this fabulous World War II tour in Poland and East Germany.

Combine this with an Avalon Waterways cruise (WZA)


Guided walking tour of Kazimier
Dinner with wine at a local restaurant in Dresden
See the monument commemorating the meeting of US and Soviet forces in Torgau
Visit the Memorium Nuremberg Trials and Court Room 600 (if available)
Enjoy a traditional dinner at a local restaurant in Nuremberg

Standard Features


    Welcome dinner at a local restaurant; guided sightseeing, visit the Cathedral of St. John.
    Visit the former concentration camps.
    Guided walking tour of Kazimierz, visit the Remuh Synagogue and the Oskar Schindler Factory; guided sightseeing, visit St. Mary's Church.
    Guided sightseeing, visit the cathedral and market square.
    Guided walking tour, visit the Zwinger Palace Courtyard; dinner at a local restaurant.
    See the monument commemorating the meeting of US and Soviet forces; visit the courtyard of Hartenfels Castle.
    Guided sightseeing, take pictures of Brandenburg Gate and the Holocaust Memorial, visit Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.
    Visit the site of the former concentration camp.
    Visit the Memorium Nuremberg Trials and Courtroom 600 (if available), Documentation Centre, Zeppelin Field; walking tour of the Old Town; a special dinner at a local restaurant.
    Visit the site of the former concentration camp.
    Visit Marienplatz; farewell dinner.
    Full buffet breakfast (B) daily; 7 three-course dinners (D) with wine, including a special welcome dinner in Warsaw, special dinners in Dresden and Nuremberg, and a farewell dinner in Munich.
    Throughout the tour.
    available on your motorcoach and in most hotel lobbies.
  • Inside visits and special features are shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable.
    Personalise your tour ahead of time with additional excursions.


Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Day by Day

    Welcome to Warsaw! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travelling companions, and leave the hotel for a special welcome dinner with wine at one of Warsaw's excellent restaurants. (D)

  2. WARSAW.
    Your Local Guide will tell you about the tormented, often tragic history of this important gateway city between East and West. See the medieval Stare Miasto (Old Quarter) with its market square and 14th-century CATHEDRAL OF ST. JOHN, the 'wedding cake' Palace of Culture and Science, neoclassical Lazienki Palace, and the remnants of the Jewish ghetto. An optional excursion to the Royal Castle is available. (B)

    Visit Auschwitz and Birkenau, and see what is left of the CONCENTRATION CAMPS, chilling reminders of the Holocaust and the most notorious among the World War II concentration camps. Then, continue to Krakow, for centuries the residence of Polish kings. (B,D)

  4. KRAKOW.
    This morning, there is a chance to join an optional excursion to the Wieliczka salt mines. Back in Krakow, follow your Local Guide for a stroll through Kazimierz, the old Jewish quarter; a visit to the REMUH SYNAGOGUE; and a visit to the OSKAR SCHINDLER FACTORY, made famous in the movie Schindler's List. How about tonight's optional Polish dinner and folklore show? (B)

    Your sightseeing with a Local Guide in ancient Krakow features the Market Square, 14th-century Jagiellonian University, and ST. MARY'S CHURCH. Take pictures of impressive Wawel Royal Castle. Next is Wroclaw, historical capital of Silesia. This impressive city belonged over the ages to Bohemia, Austria, Prussia, Germany, and (after 1945) to Poland. Hear about its turbulent history during your guided tour, and admire its highlights, such as the CATHEDRAL and the MARKET SQUARE with its fine patrician houses. (B,D)

    Cross the border and arrive in Dresden, former capital of Saxony. Badly damaged by Allied bombing in February 1945, the city has since been restored to its baroque splendour. During your guided walking tour, visit the Zwinger Palace COURTYARD to admire its impressive architecture; the magnificent baroque Semper Opera, originally built in 1841, once destroyed by fire, then destroyed by bombing, and finally restored in 1985; and the newly rebuilt Frauenkirche. Afterwards, a great dinner with wine and local specialties awaits you in Dresden's well-known Am Pulverturm restaurant. (B,D)

    Hear about Joe Polowsky on your way to Torgau, then see the monument commemorating the meeting of US and Soviet forces during World War II, and visit the COURTYARD at magnificent Hartenfels Castle. Continue to Berlin, capital of reunited Germany. Sightseeing with a Local Guide in the once-divided metropolis includes the elegant Ku'damm, the restored Reichstag, Charlottenburg Palace, a picture stop at monumental Brandenburg Gate and the Holocaust Memorial, and the 64-metre (210-foot) Victory Column in the vast Tiergarten park. Visit the KAISER WILHELM MEMORIAL CHURCH with its bomb-damaged tower, drive along Unter den Linden boulevard, and pass the State Opera House and Checkpoint Charlie. (B)

    All day at leisure to further explore this fascinating city and to join an optional excursion to Potsdam. (B)

    In Weimar, follow your Tour Director for a pleasant walk through this pretty town. See the houses where great poets like Goethe and Schiller lived and the theatre where the Weimar Constitution was drafted. In the afternoon, a special visit has been included to Buchenwald at the site of the former Buchenwald CONCENTRATION CAMP. Return to Weimar. (B,D)

    Arrive in Nuremberg and visit the MEMORIUM NUREMBERG TRIALS and COURTROOM 600 (if available), followed by visits to the impressive DOCUMENTATION CENTRE and ZEPPELIN FIELD. In the afternoon, walk through the pedestrian area of the charming Old Town, known for children's toys and gingerbread. Admire the impressive medieval ramparts; St. Sebald Church, painstakingly reconstructed as a monument to peace from the rubble of near-total wartime destruction; and the Schoner Brunnen, a 14th-century fountain dedicated to the Holy Roman Empire. It is said that it brings good luck to spin the two brass rings. Tonight, a special dinner to taste the traditional Nurnberger Bratwurste has been prepared for you at Bratwurst Roslein restaurant. (B,D)

    Visit the site of the former Dachau CONCENTRATION CAMP, which started out as a work camp for German dissidents. Then, continue to Munich, Bavaria's capital. Explore MARIENPLATZ with the Old and New Town Halls, and the gothic Frauenkirche. (B)

  12. MUNICH.
    Today is your chance to join an optional excursion to spectacular Berchtesgaden and Hitler's Eagle's Nest (available only from mid-May to end-September and weather-permitting). This evening, a farewell dinner has been prepared to say auf Wiedersehen to your travel companions and to share your feelings about this exciting and emotional encounter with World War II. (B,D)

  13. MUNICH.
    Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning. (B)

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Start Date End Date Twin Share Single Hotels Excursions Availability
05 Sep 2017 17 Sep 2017 $3599 AUD $4376 AUD View Hotels View Excursions Please Call Tour departure is guaranteed to operate
12 Sep 2017 24 Sep 2017 $3589 AUD $4366 AUD View Hotels View Excursions Please Call Tour departure is guaranteed to operate
Pre/Post City Start Date End Date Single Price
Twin Price
Triple Price
PRE WARSAW 01 Sep 2017 31 Oct 2017 $178 AUD $95 AUD $68 AUD
PRE WARSAW 01 Jul 2017 31 Aug 2017 $112 AUD $63 AUD $47 AUD
POST MUNICH 07 Oct 2017 31 Oct 2017 $165 AUD $116 AUD $95 AUD
POST MUNICH 16 Sep 2017 06 Oct 2017 $396 AUD $231 AUD $185 AUD
POST MUNICH 25 Jun 2017 15 Sep 2017 $165 AUD $116 AUD $95 AUD
Charge Type Name Price
OPTIONAL Gratuity $160 AUD

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