The Gross-Rosen Museum in Rogoźnica – the biggest Nazi concentration camp in Lower Silesia, with particularly rough conditions and penal work in the quarries. The main thing of that place was Vermichtung durch Arbeit (Anihilation through work). Around 40 000 prisoners died here: Poles, Jews, Russians, French and Hungarian.
The Church of Peace in Jawor – one of the largest wattle and daub religious buildings in Europe, built in the old Silesia in the middle of the XVII century, in the middle of religious conflicts. This object is a manifestation of the desire for religious freedom and a rare sign of Lutheran ideology connected with the Catholic Church. Located outbound of the city walls, made of wood or clay in less than a year, currently on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites.
pick up from the hotel / apartment,
transport by A/C minibus,
entrance ticket and services of licenced local museum guide,
care of the tour guide,
driver who fluently communicate in English,
tours in ordered language,
drinks and snacks,
take back to the hotel / apartment.
No additional cost.
We organise trips during whole year, weekends and holidays are included.
Departure early morning and come back at very evening.
Duration: around 6 h
Price: 80 EUR/person – minimum 2 persons on the tour