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From Belarus to Poland.

From Belarus to Poland.
Group of 45 people.
Duration: 6 days / 5 nights.
Route Brest (1nch) - Lublin (1nch) - Wieliczka - Krakow (2nch) - Auschwitz - Warsaw (1nch) - Brest (2nch)
Arrival in Brest in the morning, breakfast, sightseeing tour of Brest with a visit to the Brest Fortress. Accommodation at the recreation center "White Lake"
About the defense of the Brest Fortress hundreds of books have been written, more than ten feature films and documentaries have been shot, the fortress has been awarded the title "Hero Fortress", a grandiose memorial complex has been erected on its territory. Entire generations of Soviet people were brought up on the heroic deed of the defenders. You have a unique opportunity to see these legendary places with your own eyes, to join the heroic history of our country.
Breakfast, transfer to Lublin (about 230 km), sightseeing tour around the city, visiting the Majdanek camp, accommodation at the Huzar 3 * hotel.
The heart of Lublin is the Old Town with centuries-old Kamenets, narrow streets and architectural monuments: the Krakow Gate, the Dominican Monastery, the cathedral together with the sacristy and treasury, the Old Theater, which is one of the most valuable and interesting. On the Market you can relax in cozy coffee houses ... In the embrace of the Middle Ages you simply forget about the hectic city. A tour of the Old Place will help to visualize the history of the city, its way of life and customs, the life of the Jewish community, which has tragic pages during the Second World War. In 1939, the Nazis created one of the mass destruction camps - Majdanek - in the suburb of Lublin. Now in this terrible place, where many peaceful Jews and Slavs were destroyed, a memorial complex was opened.
Breakfast, transfer to Wieliczka (about 320 km), excursion to the salt mines, transfer to Krakow (40 km), accommodation at the hotel 3 *.
Wieliczka is a salt mine, one of the most famous in Europe, whose history dates back more than 700 years. It is a whole underground city on nine levels. Underground chambers and huge halls, connected by long transitions, decorated with sculptures and bas-reliefs from salt. These are underground lakes and unique chapels. This is the most interesting story of the ancient and dangerous harvesting of salt. For young tourists, an excursion to salt caves, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List, is offered.
Breakfast, sightseeing tour of Krakow, free time for shopping. Accommodation at the hotel 3 *.
Towering above the city on the left bank of the Vistula, Wawel Hill is the heart of Poland. The Renaissance royal castle on Wawel, which houses the richest collections of works of art and a large collection of tapestries, as well as the Wawel Cathedral, where the coronation and burial ceremonies of Polish kings, prominent statesmen, artists and artists were held, is a treasury of Polish culture.
Not far from Wawel is the residential quarter Kazimierz. In the past, here was the largest concentration of Jewish population in Europe. Currently, concerts are held here, exhibitions and a festival of Jewish culture are organized. This is the area of artists and original cafes. For example, in one of them, Jewish cuisine is served on. sewing machine brand "Singer".
In the center of the Cracow Old Town a peculiar salon was formed - Rynek Gluvny. Here we hear speeches in different languages and. Krakow "geynal", performed by the trumpeter every hour on the tower of the church of the Holy Virgin Mary. Heinal ends abruptly, at half-measure. This is in memory of the historical event - the siege of Cracow by the Tatar troops, when the arrow of the archer broke through the trumpeter, warning the city of danger. The Gothic church of the Holy Virgin Mary, externally strict in form, hides in the interior a masterpiece of Gothic art - the altar of Vita Stvos.
In the center of the Market there is a building of the oldest shopping arcades in Poland - "Sukennice", where you can now buy a variety of Krakow souvenirs, handicrafts and works of art, and on the second floor visit the national gallery of 19th-century art.
Breakfast, excursion to Auschwitz. Transfer to Warsaw (about 300 km), accommodation at the hotel 3 *.
70 km to the west of Krakow is a small town of Auschwitz, where in 1940 a set of German concentration camps was established. Auschwitz is the largest Nazi concentration camp, where more than 1.5 million prisoners were tortured during the Second World War. Auschwitz - included in the UNESCO World Heritage List - is preserved intact as a reminder of the crime committed here against humanity.
Breakfast, sightseeing tour of Warsaw, visiting the museum of the Royal Lazienki, free time for shopping, moving to Brest, arrival in Brest at night. Accommodation at the recreation center "White Lake".
The old city - the heart of Warsaw - was founded in the XIII century in the form of a prince's residence and a settlement surrounded by fortress walls. During the Second World War, the city was destroyed by 90%. Thanks to the excellent reconstruction, it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today it is a boiling place for walks with a lot of galleries, cafes and restaurants.
The palace and garden complex in Lazienki is the most beautiful spatial composition of Warsaw and one of the most beautiful in Europe, admiring both greenery and architecture.
Belovezhskaya Pushcha is one of the most important sights of Belarus. These are the remains of a primeval forest stretching from the Baltic Sea to the Bug River and from the Oder to the Dnieper. In the protected forests of this park there are 900 plant species and 250 species of animals and birds, including rare species.
The cost per person in a group of 45 people is 770 euros per person.
� accommodation in double rooms at the recreation center in Belorussia "White Lake", 3 * hotels in the center in Lublin, Krakow, Warsaw.
� excursions to the program with entrance tickets.
� Transport service bus 8 days.
� Accompanying groups from Brest to Brest.
� meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner.
� One person is free.
� Moving Moscow - Brest - Moscow.
These values are an example of the calculation for specific dates, require additional clarification and, depending on current tariffs and availability of seats, can be adjusted.
Registration of the visa: adult - 70 euros, children under 12 years old - 35 euros.
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