We are happy about your visit to Wroclaw. You should know though that there are many other interesting places to visit in the greater area around the city. This province of Poland called Lower Silesia (Dolny Slask in Polish) is considered one of the most important tourist areas offering a wealth of historical attractions, great scenery and idyllic countryside.

Old churches, great castles, World War II stories and mysteries, hill walking, nature parks, mineral springs, craft centres.... We have them all covered. Find a tour that suits you best. 

We also welcome enquiries about custom tours including various attractions and destinations. We look forward to hearing from you.

Secrets of World War II

Join our fascinating tour exploring Lower Silesia's most important sites of World War II. This area until 1945 played a crucial role for Nazi secret military plans and Germany's economy to maintain hopes for the ultimate triumph over the Allies and Soviets. After departure from Wroclaw the tour heads south towards the Sudeten Mountains. In a lovely situated village of Krzyzowa we will visit a former estate of Helmut James von Moltke, founder of the Kreisau Circle which was a group of German dissidents who opposed Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party. All members of the Kreisau Circle believed that they needed to plan for Germany’s future and this oriented around the removal of Hitler from power and the destruction of the Nazi Party. After WWII and collapse of the Iron Curtain in Europe Krzyzowa became a symbolic place of reconciliation between the Poles and the Germans. A fascinating and very informative exhibition presents details and facts of how the two nations that shared difficult history have travelled a long and uneasy journey to establish a friendly emotional relationship. After a short ride the tour stops in Walim, a small town nestled at the foot of the Sowie Mountains. Our destination is the Project Riese, a secret Nazi military facility built between 1943 and 1945 that consisted of large tunnels and subterranean halls at several locations in the mountains. During World War Two Lower Silesia, then a territory of Nazi Germany, was dubbed "the shelter of the Third Reich" as it was out of range of Allied bombers. Therefore it was a perfect location to carry out secret plans of great strategic importance for German warfare. Was the Project Riese a secret headquarters of the Third Reich's High Command or maybe an armaments production facility? (see this website for more information about the Project Riese). Half an hour from Walim is the famous Ksiaz Castle that also had been linked with many WW II secrets. The whole world was recently informed about the discovery of a Nazi gold train that apparently was hidden nearby. Although nothing as yet has been confirmed we will show you around and tell you more details of the captivating history of Ksiaz Castle during WWII. The last stop on the tour is Gross Rosen Memorial and Concentration Camp situated in Rogoznica, 60 km from Wroclaw. During World War II it was the main centre of the Nazi concentration camp system of Lower Silesia. Gross-Rosen was known for its brutal treatment especially in the stone quarry. The largest population of inmates were Jews from Poland, Hungary, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Greece, Yugoslavia, Slovakia, and Italy. During yourvisit to the memorial and museum your guide recounts the tragic and emotional history of the must-see place.  AVAILIBILITY:  Our tours are usually available daily throughout a year except some public holidays. IMPORTANT! This tour has a minimum number of 2 booked seats required in order to operate. DURATION: 8 hours (subject to weather and road conditions) PICK UP: Time and place arranged and notified individually for each tour. Pick up at hotels is most common. PRICE: Includes transport, English speaking guide, admission and parking fees, refreshments, personal accident insurance, VAT Your fare will be calculated in accordance with our tariffs in effect on the date of payment for travel on the specific dates. DISCOUNTS: Get a discount code for a second tour, group reservation, children etc. PAYMENT: Online bookings by credit card or offline paid in cash to the driver-guide on tour dates.

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Pearls of Lower Silesia

Travel through Lower Silesia to discover a wealth of historical monuments and picturesque countryside. This tour features some of the most important attractions of the area reflecting its fascinating heritage of many cultures, nations and political states over centuries. In the first part our tour passes through Wroclaw’s suburbs, now an extensive well-developed area with numerous shopping and manufacturing facilities. A short distance into the country brings you close Mt Sleza (718 m) which is Lower Silesia’s symbolic mountain of great historical and cultural significance as the site of settlement of Germanic and Slavic peoples thousands of years ago.   Upon arrival in Świdnica you visit the evangelical Church of Peace (World Heritage Site), a unique spectacular wooden structure that bears testimony to the quest for religious freedom in Silesia in the 17th century. Take some time to explore Świdnica's historical Old Town boasting the picturesque market square and the impressive 14th-century catholic Cathedral of St. Stanislaus and Wenceslaus, patron saints of Poland and Czech Republic respectively. An extra stop can be arranged at the house once belonging to Manfred von Richthofen, also known as the Red Baron. He was a flying ace and legend of Germany’s air force during World War One and spent his childhood in Swidnica. As the tour continues towards the Walbrzych hills, we soon make a stop at the imposing Ksiaz Castle spectacularly situated on a hilltop in the middle of a picturesque park.  During a detailed tour of the castle you will view its impressive architecture and learn about the fascinating history featuring medieval dukes, political intrigues, romance and secrets. Before World War II Ksiaz Castle was in possession of the Hochbergs regarded as one of the wealthiest and influential German aristocratic families. Between 1941 and 1945 though it was confiscated by the Nazi regime and reconstructed to accommodate Hitler and some of the party elite. Underneath the castle there is a large system of tunnels hiding secrets of supposed Nazi treasures or intelligence files. After an exciting half-day trip we return to Wroclaw. IMPORTANT INFORMATION DEPARTURE: 08.00-10.00am. Pick up at hotel/convenient meeting place after prior arrangement DURATION: Approx. 6-7 hours (subject to traffic and weather conditions).  FOOD AND DRINK: Although we stop for lunch if requested it is not included in the tour price. We provide free snacks and water in the minibus VEHICLE: 9-seater minibus (A/C, extra room for luggage, armrests) PRICE[*]:  Normal: [80 EUR / 340 PLN], Reduced: [70 EUR / 300 PLN] [*] Please note that this tour is a minimum of 3 people otherwise the price is 180 EUR / 750 PLN for a private tour. Reduced tickets are offered to children under 12 years old and groups of a minimum four people. WHAT'S INCLUDED: transportation, English speaking guide, entry fees to the Peace Church and Ksiaz Castle, lunch PAYMENT: 1) credit card online (by clicking on BOOK NOW and following instructions). Please note that a transaction fee of 2.60 EUR applies for this type of payment. 2) cash collected by a guide/member of staff on beginning of the tour Reservation is required! Please check availability prior to booking. In order to speed up your booking / enquiry when contacting us please provide your name, possible tour dates, number of people and pick up details in Wroclaw.  Contact us via email, mobile, text or what's up.

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Karkonosze Mountains Tour

Enjoy a day to take in the beautiful scenery of Lower Silesia and visit the Karkonosze Mountains. Once known as Giant Mountains they constitute the biggest mountain range in the Sudetes. Along with the Czech counterpart on the other side of the border, the Karkonosze National Park has been registered on UNESCO’s list of World Biosphere Reserves in recognition of fantastic rock formations, postglacial cirques, lakes, rare plant and animal species. A scenic 2-hour drive brings you across numerous picturesque Silesian towns and villages to Karpacz, one of the most popular mountain resorts situated at the foot of the Karkonosze range. Upon arrival you visit the town's most historic attraction, Vang stave church. It is a unique relict of Nordic Romanesque architecture dating back to the 12th century, originally built in Norway and moved to Silesia by a Prussian king in 1842. The next part of the tour features the pristine beauty of the Karkonosze National Park and should appeal to nature lovers. Weather depending, you take a scenic walking trail or a chairlift to the foot of Mt Śnieżka, the highest peak of the Sudetes (1602 m). Your ultimate award awaits after an additional 40-minute hike reaching the top. There you find a flying-saucer-shaped cafe with splendid views north across Poland and south into the Czech Republic. On the return journey your guide shows you also from a distance a few of the historic buildings in the beautiful Valley of Palaces and Gardens around Jelenia Góra. AVAILIBILITY:  This tour is recommended in the period between April and October. Conditions or cancellation apply in case of bad weather. Reservation is required. DURATION: 10-11 hours (subject to weather and road conditions) DEPARTURE TIME: Set between 8am and 9am (depending on the time of year) DEPARTURE PLACE: We offer a convenient hotel/residence pick-up. Please forward details of your accommodation when making a booking. IMPORTANT NOTE: Bring appropriate waterproof clothing and hiking shoes as weather conditions may vary. Occasionally the chairlift can be closed due to strong winds. This tour is not recommended for people with walking difficulties. PRICE: Includes transport, English speaking driver-guide service, entrance fees (Vang Church, Karkonosze National Park), chairlift ride, refreshments, accident insurance. Discounts apply to students (valid student card required) and groups of minimum 4 people. TOUR PRICE (per person) EUR PLN Normal 80 340 Discount 70 300 PLEASE NOTE: A minimum number of 3 people is required on a tour. For groups of 1-2 people the total tour fee is 190 EUR (790 PLN). Groups of 9 and more people are requested to contact us for special prices. BOOKING: Please contact us before making a booking to check availibility. In order to speed up the booking procedure please provide your name, date(s) of the tour, number of people and accommodation details in Wroclaw.  Only confirmed reservations are valid. PAYMENT METHODS: Credit cards -  accepted only when purchasing tour vouchers available online through the shopping cart on our website. This type of payment is required prior to the tour date.  Cash - accepted on the tour date and collected by our guide. No pre-payment required.

Klodzko Valley Tour

Take a tour deep into the heart of Lower Silesia’s delightful countryside and travel to the beautiful and unspoiled Kłodzko Valley. The region, encircled by mountain ranges of the Sudetes, is renowned for spectacular scenery, historic and religious sights and health resorts. The tour highlights a picturesque hike through the spectacular rock labyrinth of the Stołowe (Table) Mountains, the only range of such type in Poland. Alternatively, on the other side of the border in the Czech Republic, you may visit the Adršpach-Teplice Rocks Reserve. It is one of the biggest and wildest 'rock towns' in Central Europe with some fantastic sandstone stacks up to 80 metres, lakes and waterfalls. A short drive brings you next to the unique Chapel of Skulls near Kudowa Zdrój. Within a modest looking church are skulls and bones of over 3000 people, decorating the ceiling and walls arranged in various patterns with another 21,000 skeletons stuffed in the church crypt below. The next stop in a picturesque health resort of Kudowa Zdrój should lift your mood. Take some time to explore the spa complex, taste its renowned mineral water and enjoy a break at a local cafe and pastry shop. Next, cross the historic town of Kłodzko en route to Wrocław. A special stop can be made to view the impressive 18th-century military fortress overlooking Kłodzko's Old Town. Complete your day with a glimpse of the picturesque panorama of Ząbkowice Śląskie, a historical town featuring the peculiar Leaning Tower.  AVAILIBILITY:  This tour is recommended in the period between April and October. Conditions apply in case of bad weather. Reservation is required. DURATION: 10-11 hours (subject to weather and road conditions) DEPARTURE TIME: Set between 8am and 9am (depending on the time of year) DEPARTURE PLACE: We offer a convenient hotel/residence pick-up. Please forward details of your accommodation when making a booking. IMPORTANT NOTE: Bring appropriate waterproof clothing and hiking shoes as weather conditions may vary. This tour is not recommended for people with walking difficulties. In case the tour itinerary includes a stop in Czech Republic please take your passport/ID card. PRICE: Includes transport, English speaking driver-guide service, entrance fees (Stolowe Mts National Park / Adrspach Rocks Reserve, Chapel of Skulls, pump house in Kudowa Zdroj), refreshments, accident insurance. Discounts apply to students (valid student card required) and groups of minimum 4 people. TOUR PRICE (per person) EUR PLN Normal 80 340 Discount 60 260 PLEASE NOTE: A minimum number of 3 people is required on a tour. For groups of 1-2 people the total tour fee is 190 EUR (820 PLN). Groups of 9 and more people are requested to contact us for special prices. BOOKING: Please contact us before making a booking to check availibility. In order to speed up the booking procedure please provide your name, date(s) of the tour, number of people and accommodation details in Wroclaw.  Only confirmed reservations are valid. PAYMENT METHODS: Credit cards -  accepted only when purchasing tour vouchers available online through the shopping cart on our website. This type of payment is required prior to the tour date.  Cash - accepted on the tour date and collected by our guide. No pre-payment required.

Pottery Tour

Join our half-day tour to Bolesławiec with its Europe-famous pottery factories and enjoy beautiful artistic craft and traditional local produce. Upon arrival in Bolesławiec your guide gives you a tour of one of several pottery making factories. It still prides itself in hand-crafted products using sponge stamps and brushes to apply unique patterns to each piece. After experiencing the actual process of making ceramic artefacts you will have the opportunity to get yourself a piece or two from a large variety of the factory products offered at discount prices at a local store.   DURATION:  6-7 hours  DEPARTURE TIME: Set between 8am and 9am DEPARTURE PLACE: We offer a convenient hotel/residence pick-up. Please forward details of your accommodation when making a booking. PRICE: Includes transport, English speaking driver-guide service, entrance fees (guided tour of the factory), refreshments, accident insurance. Discounts apply to students (valid student card required) and groups of minimum 4 people.   TOUR PRICE (per person)                                                 EUR                          ZLOTY            NORMAL                                                                        70                              290          DISCOUNT                                                                       50                              210 PLEASE NOTE: A minimum number of 3 people is required on a tour. For groups of 1-2 people the total tour fee is 180 EUR (770 PLN). Groups of 9 and more people are requested to contact us for special prices. BOOKING: Please contact us before making a booking to check availibility. In order to speed up the booking procedure please provide your name, date(s) of the tour, number of people and accommodation details in Wroclaw.  Only confirmed reservations are valid. PAYMENT METHODS: Credit cards -  accepted only when purchasing tour vouchers available online through the shopping cart on our website. This type of payment is required prior to the tour date.  Cash - accepted on the tour date and collected by our guide. No pre-payment required.

Gross-Rosen Memorial Tour

Join our memorable tour to the Gross-Rosen Memorial situated outside the village of Rogoznica, 60 km away from Wroclaw. Stuck behind the Iron Curtain for 60 years and hard to reach, it is less well known than Dachau or Auschwitz. However, during World War Two the Gross-Rosen concentration camp was a place in which over 40,000 abused prisoners perished.  Gross-Rosen (as it was called in German), was the main center of the Nazi concentration camp system of Lower Silesia during World War Two. It was set up in the summer of 1940 as a satellite camp to Sachsenhausen, and became an independent camp in 1941. Initially, work was carried out in the camp's huge stone quarry. As the complex grew, many inmates were put to work in the construction of the subcamps' facilities. Gross-Rosen was known for its brutal treatment especially in the stone quarry. Due to a change of policy in August 1942, prisoners were likely to survive longer because they were needed as slave workers in German industries.  The largest population of inmates were Jews, initially from the Dachau and Sachsenhausen camps, and later from Buchenwald. During the camp's existence, the Jewish inmate population came mainly from Poland and Hungary; others were from Belgium, France, Netherlands, Greece, Yugoslavia, Slovakia, and Italy. At its peak activity in 1944, the Gross-Rosen complex had up to sixty subcamps located in eastern Germany and occupied Poland. In its final stage, the population of the Gross-Rosen camps accounted for 11% of the total inmates in Nazi concentration camps at that time. The camp was captured on February 14, 1945, by the Red Army. Gross-Rosen’s terrible history continued after 1945 as the Soviet occupiers took it over for a few more years to house their political enemies. During your visit to the memorial and museum your guide brings the experience to life with much detail and emotion. Don't miss an opportunity to reflect on the tragic history of this place.. AVAILIBILITY:  Our tours are usually available daily throughout a year except some public holidays. Reservation is required. DURATION:  5 hours (subject to weather and road conditions) DEPARTURE TIME: Between 9.00am and 10.00am DEPARTURE PLACE: We offer a convenient hotel/residence pick-up. Please forward details of your accommodation when making a booking. PRICE: Includes transport, English speaking guide service, documentary, guided tour of the museum, refreshments, accident insurance. Discounts apply to students (valid student card required) and groups of minimum 4 people. TOUR PRICE (per person) EUR PLN Normal 60 260 Discount 45 190 PLEASE NOTE: A minimum number of 2 people is required on a tour. For groups of 1-2 people the total tour fee is 130 EUR (560 PLN). Groups of 9 and more people are requested to contact us for special prices. BOOKING: Please contact us before making a booking to check availibility. In order to speed up the booking procedure please provide your name, date(s) of the tour, number of people and accommodation details in Wroclaw.  Only confirmed reservations are valid. PAYMENT METHODS: Credit cards -  payment available online through the shopping cart on our website. This type of payment is required prior to the tour date.  Cash - accepted on the tour date and collected by our guide. No pre-payment required.

The Great Escape Tour

Visit the site of the most famous escape of World War II from a German prisoner-of-war camp that went down in history as “The Great Escape”. Stalag Luft III in Sagan (now Żagań in western Poland) was a Luftwaffe run prisoner-of-war camp that held captured Allied airmen. In March 1943 they came up with a plan to prepare and undertake a mass escape of 200 prisoners through a tunnel. In a tiny compound 600 men worked for a year under the strictest secrecy on the tunnels named Tom, Dick, and Harry. They were hundreds of feet long, with underground railways, workshops, air pumping stations and deep enough to avoid German sound detectors. Under the very noses of alert guards the prisoners organized factories for making German uniforms, compasses, maps, documents and even a studio for fake passport photographs. Finally, on the night of 24th of March 1944,  76 prisoners managed to escape from the camp through the Harry tunnel but soon after 73 were recaptured during the chase. Outraged, Hitler ordered to shoot dead fifty of them which was an appalling abrogation of the Geneva Convention. Find out more about those dramatic events at the Museum of Allied POW Camps in Żagań, visit the grounds of Stalag Luft III and the memorial to the brave airmen who paid the highest price for an escape they considered a soldier's duty. IMPORTANT INFORMATION DEPARTURE: 08.00-10.00am. Pick up at hotel/convenient meeting place after prior arrangement DURATION: 7-8 hours (subject to traffic and weather conditions). Time spent in Zagan is approx. 3-4 hours FOOD AND DRINK: Although we stop for lunch if requested it is not included in the tour price. We provide free snacks and water in the minibus VEHICLE: 9-seater minibus (A/C, extra room for luggage, armrests) PRICE[*]:  Normal: [80 EUR / 340 PLN], Reduced: [70 EUR / 300 PLN] [*] Please note that this tour is a minimum of 3 people otherwise the price is 170 EUR / 720 PLN for a private tour. Reduced tickets are offered to children under 12 years old and groups of a minimum four people. WHAT'S INCLUDED: transportation, English speaking guide, entrance fees, refreshments PAYMENT: 1) credit card online (by clicking on BOOK NOW and following instructions). Please note that a transaction fee of 2.60 EUR applies for this type of payment. 2) cash collected by a guide/member of staff on beginning of the tour Reservation is required! Please check availability prior to booking. In order to speed up your booking / enquiry when contacting us please provide your name, possible tour dates, number of people and pick up details in Wroclaw.  Contact us via email, mobile, text or what's up.