Auschwitz Concentration Camp was established in 1940. The first transport of German criminals - prisoner functionaries "kapo" - arrived May 20, 1940. Soon started coming transports from all over Europe. Auschwitz Museum is located 320 km from Warsaw, without direct train or bus connection. Interchanges are needed and in the city of Oświęcim (Auschwitz) - taxi ride to the museum. Public transport travel time from Warsaw to Auschwitz is from 5 to 7 hours one way. About Auschwitz written almost everything... but do you know that old story?
Hasidim formerly roamed throughout the year from city to city. Like beggars. To know the meaning of humility. They had to stay in each place at least one day. Despite the insults that they could meet.
They never stayed in any of the cities of more than two days, even if they met with extraordinary hospitality. In 1760 Rabbi Elimelech from Leżajsk and his brother Zusja traveled according to tradition. One evening they arrived exhausted and hungry to a small town in the south of Poland. Although they were hungry, they could not eat. Although they were exhausted, they could not sleep.
They felt something what they had never experienced. Unimaginable grief and fear. Breaking the sacred traditions, in the middle of the night they left the city and never returned there. This city in Hebrew had name Uszpizin. In Polish - Oświęcim. In German - Auschwitz.
To the camp in Bełżec since 1942 were brought victims from the ghettos, mostly whole families. They were only Jews. Appearance of the camp did not indicate the place of death and all activities people were forced to do with hurry-up, to among prisoners paralyzed by fear do not born the idea of resistance. Since the beginning of the road from the railway ramp to the gas chambers they were told that they were going to swim. Crammed into small, covered with plate, spaces (height of only 2 meters, the surface of 32 m2) died for 30 minutes in agony on a tank engine exhaust. In total, more than 600,000 Jews were murdered here. Survived only three people who gave testimony after the war: Rudolf Reder, Chaim Hirszman and Israel Schapiro. After a visit to the Bełżec will visit Majdanek camp (more than 250,000 killed), where we will find preserved buildings barracks and crematorium.
Today, Gdańsk is the capital of amber (after which already in the first century A.D. era the Romans came to the Baltic Sea) and the birthplace of "Solidarity". The turbulent history of this beautiful and rich city (a member of the Commercial Association of Cities Hanza) is a continuous change of the territorial - from being a part of the kingdom of Bohemia, by the state of the Teutonic Order, to the reign of Poland and Lithuania, French Empire (designated French Commissioner) and later the Third Reich. It was here at September 1, 1939 the German battleship "Schleswig-Holstein" by firing Gdańsk began World War II. It was here in 1980 sacked Lech Wałęsa jumped over the wall of his former company and founded the Strike Committee "Solidarity". Our Tour is either a 2-hour VIP tour around Gdańsk by electrical buses with audio-guide system (7 languages) and an hour break for coffee and shopping, or 3-hour walk with guide on the Old Town (6 languages). Then hour trip to Sopot to the longest wooden pier on the Baltic Sea (over 500 meters).
One Day in Poland helps you to plan your visit in Poland and neighboring countries in Eastern Europe (Ukraine, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia) associated with searching genealogical roots of your family. We comprehensively organize the entire travel. From the initial search conducted by our specialists in the state, church and private archives, through detailed arrangements for travel, until company of best drivers, interpreters and guides during a future route.
We invite you to travel on the trail of Orthodox churches and blessed places. We will begin with a visit to the sacred Mount Grabarka, where the believers are washing affected places in the miraculous spring and come around the church on their knees. On this hill in the eighteenth century, 10,000 inhabitants of the nearby Siemiatycz refuge from the plague of cholera. Refugees, who drank water from the stream, survived. Every year till this day beside the church the pilgrims set a votive crosses. Crosses are more than 7,000. Then we will visit the Orthodox Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Supraśl with the famous and surrounded by the much-revered (by both Orthodox and Catholics) image of Virgin Mary of Supraśl. We will admire the gilded, huge chandelier hung under vault, decorated with icons. Sightseeing will be accompanied by choral singing of praying monks. On the way back we will see in Białystok Orthodox Church of Hagia Sophia (built in 1987) - a miniature of temple on a scale of 1:3 located in Istanbul, Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church. (built in 1843) - modeled on the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in St. Petersburg, and the largest in Europe Orthodox Church of St. Spirit.
Jasna Góra Monastery in Częstochowa - is the most important place of worship of the Virgin Mary in Poland. As to the Sanctuary in Medjugorje, Lourdes or Fatima come here hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from all over the world. However, they are attracted to Częstochowa not by Marian apparition but by miraculous image of the Black Madonna. As the legend says it is painted by St. Luke the Evangelist on fragments of the table of the Holy Family. The place is particularly important for the Poles, not only because of its holiness but also significant historical events that have happened here. The oldest buildings of the monastery come from the fifteenth century.
Three places. Jedwabne - where Polish neighbors in a rural barn burned more than three hundred of their Jewish neighbors. Tykocin - where in the pogrom made by the Germans were killed by Poles and Germans over two thousand Jews. Treblinka - where in the chambers died more than 800,000 Jews killed by the Ukrainian and German soldiers. From whose hands death is more painful...?
We will find only rocks and shadows of persons... and no answer.
Abraham Śniadowicz in his testimony in 1947 described the act of extermination of Jews in Jedwabne: "Barn (....) stood a little out of the way from the town center. (...) Jews were herded there with the accompaniment of lashes and cry. Germans photographed this procedure. Searching through the houses, they were find old, sick and children, cruelly beat them, chopped their heads, cut off tongues, by stabbing pitchfork drove them to the barn. Barn on all sides splashed with gasoline and set on fire. The fire didn't flare up immediately. Terrible smoke appeared and screaming and crying of burning of Jews reached the sky. Who was caught later, he was pushed by pitchfork into the burning barn. Cries gradually became weaker and weaker, and from the whole mass of the Jews remained a heap of ashes."
Discover the most beautiful and the most important places of the eastern Poland. Pearl of Polish Renaissance Kazimierz Dolny with the castle from the fourteenth century, tenements on the market square from the sixteenth century and granaries on the Vistula River, the Synagogue from the eighteenth century, or with unusual loess gorges. City of Four Cultures - Lublin with the tower from the thirteenth century, the Old Town with Grodzka Gate (XIV century), St. John's Archicathedral (XVI century) and the Old Jewish cemetery (XVI century). At the end we will see Majdanek, the second largest preserved concentration camp in Poland.
Kazimierz Dolny is the pearl of Polish Renaissance. Next to the large number of historic buildings and places (houses on the Market square from the sixteenth century, the castle on the hill from the fourteenth, St. John's Church from the sixteenth century or the Synagogue from the eighteenth century), we have close contact with nature (Vistula slow flowing in the bends or unusual loess gorges). Upon arrival to the Kazimierz, traveling by electric bus, you will see the beauty of Old Town, Gorge "Root Hole", old granaries along the Vistula River promenade and you will discover Wailing Wall of Kazimierz - forest Jewish cemetery on the hill. At the end you can choose either the time for coffee and a small shop in numerous galleries, or on a independent visit to the Synagogue and the castle tower, or on a boat trip on the Vistula River.
We invite you to visit the two most important places in Poland. The medieval capital of Poland - Kraków, and the largest extermination camp - Auschwitz-Birkenau. Our tour starts from the Old Town with the largest in Europe Main Market Square, the Barbican, through the Wawel Castle located on the sidelines of the Kazimierz with Synagogues. Later we will take you to the Auschwitz Museum where the guide will accompany you throughout the camp (about 3 hours).
Cracow - Wieliczka Salt Mine - Auschwitz. See all the most important places around Kraków in a nutshell. This is what other takes from 2 to 3 days - you will explore it in several hours. Travel non-stop by comfort car to the salt mine in Wieliczka where for three hours you will explore the underground world. Then, by prepared just for you electric bus with audio-guide system, you will visit Kraków. The last point will be a visit to Auschwitz. Late in the evening you will return to Warsaw full of unforgettable memories.
A visit to dazzling Kraków and fairy Wieliczka Salt Mine (the first traces of salt production date back 5000 years). At the beginning we will get directly to the mine, to after visiting the underworld kingdom get to the center of the Old Town. From there, reserved only for you electric bus with an audio-guide system (26 languages) you will visit the best attractions of old Kraków. It is the ideal solution for those of you who want to see all the attractions of Kraków not spending many hours in museums.
A visit in the magical Kraków, where, according to a legend, is one of the seven miraculous stones (chakra) thrown by the Hindu god Shiva (the others are in New Delhi, Mecca, Delphi, Jerusalem, Rome, and Velehrad). Kraków is a city of the Wawel Dragon devouring virgins in the Middle Ages (present inhabitants laugh that the dragon in our day would not have survived), knights enchanted in pigeons fluttering over the Market Square. And beside legends, real St. Mary's Church, Barbican with Florian's Gate, Cloth Hall and charming Jewish district of Kazimierz. In Kraków, you can choose from two individual routes: 2 hour trip by electric bus around Kraków with audio-guide system (26 languages) or a two-hour walk with the Guide in the Old Town (6 languages). At the end of your stay you will have more time to see additional attractions or enjoy a leisurely cup of coffee on the Market Square.
We invite you to visit two remarkable monuments of Catholicism in Poland. Licheń - the place of the revelation of Mother of God (nineteenth century), created here the largest church in Poland: Basilica of Our Lady, Queen of Poland. The temple was built in ten years (1994-2004) in the middle of nowhere. On the square in front of the basilica can congregate approx. 250 000 believers. The temple has 365 windows symbolizing the number of days in the year. 52 doorways, what is the number of weeks in calendar year and 12 columns, symbolizing the twelve apostles.
Then we will see the world's largest statue of Christ the King in Świebodzin. For comparison, the data of the two most famous monuments of Jesus: Lima (Peru) - height of 22 meters, with a pedestal - 37 meters.
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) - the height of 30 meters, with a pedestal - 38 meters.
Świebodzin (Poland) - the height of 36 meters, with a pedestal - 52.5 meters.
Łódź - it is the third largest city in Poland. Its multicultural history in the nineteenth century created Poles, Jews, Germans and Russians. Thus, today we can admire more than 200 palaces, marvel at the Orthodox churches, watch the magnificent churches of the Evangelical-Lutheran and Catholic, or discover Jewish heritage: Wolf Reicher Synagogue, the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe (41 hectares) with the nearby railway station Radegast exporting Jews from Litzmannstadt Ghetto to Auschwitz. Present day is the most beautiful Manufactory shopping center in Poland (on the place of the former Poznański's factory), the longest pedestrian street in Poland on the Piotrowska Street. Or unusual outdoor gallery of murals, with the largest mural in the world (over 1,000 m2), or a mural in memory of Arthur Rubinstein (paintings by young artists, among others, from Spain, Brazil, Belgium, France). You can choose from the following route: Łódź Jewish Heritage or Extraordinary Łódź.
Lublin is located on the border of Eastern and Western Christian cultures on the ancient trade route. From the early Middle Ages, lived here Jews, Russians, Germans, Turks, Armenians, French, Scots, Greeks, Dutch, British and Italians. Their achievements are visible so far in the architectural design of the Old Town. With us you will discover Lublin Castle (the tower of the thirteenth century), Grodzka Gate (XIV century), St. John's Archcathedral (XVI century), Chachmei Lublin Yeshiva (Lublin School of the Elders), Old Jewish Cemetery (XVI century). In Lublin, you can choose the following routes: Route of Jewish Culture, Trail of Four Religions (Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Protestantism, Judaism), Lublin - the most important monuments of the Old Town. After 2 hours of sightseeing of Lublin, we are going to Majdanek concentration camp (2 hours).
The concentration camp in Lublin (popularly called Majdanek) was the second largest, after Auschwitz, the Nazi camp of this type in Europe.
In the Majdanek camp was crematorium and 7 gas chambers where prisoners were killed with Zyklon B and carbon monoxide. To this day the crematorium and the camp barracks is preserved. It is estimated that in the Majdanek concentration camp were killed 230 thousand people (50% of this were Jews). Transports went by walk from the Lublin train station. Most arrived Jewish transports were immediately killed. The corpses cremated and the remains were ground into bone meal or produced from it gardening compost.
Malbork (Ger. Marienburg) - the largest surviving Gothic fortress in the world. Built from the thirteenth century by the Teutonic Order is currently on the UNESCO heritage list. It is sometimes also called, because of the building material used for firing bricks - the biggest pile of mud in the world... Good to know that this mighty castle was never conquered by storm. In 1410, after one of the largest medieval battle of Grunwald, a three-month siege of Malbork by the victorious Polish forces ended in complete failure. During another, the Thirteen Years' War, again failed to break the defense of the castle. Only effective proved to be to bribe the defenders of Malbork. After two years of negotiations, Polish King Casimir IV Jagiellon, paid the amount of 190,000 Hungarian Zloty (for this sum you could buy in the fifteenth century 285,000 oxens). After paying (at present about 285 million euro) the king could triumphantly enter the courtyards of the fortress.
The first Tatars arrived to Poland in the fourteenth century. They fought both together with the Poles against the Teutonic Order, and against the Poles. Since the fifteenth century, in return for military service under the banner of the Polish king, they received lands. In the fields around Bohonik and Kruszyniany grown horses. Young boys learned there horsemanship and military skills. While women were engaged in farming... In Kruszyniany is located still active mosque, which was built in the late seventeenth century. Female part is separated from male part with wooden wall and to each of them is a separated entrance. On the walls are muhirs handmade by Tatar women. The floor is cushioned with colorful carpets. Mosque is surrounded by a stone frame. Front of enter grow tall old trees. To the nearby Mizar leads a forest road. It is surrounded by a stone wall, with the crown at the top - a crescent moon. The oldest gravestone dates from 1744. The second mosque with the largest Muslim cemetery in Poland is located in the nearby village of Bohoniki. Entry to the Mizar is stately gate, on which appear inscriptions in three languages: Arabic, Belarusian and Polish. Older graves have a characteristic structure, consisting of two grave stones - at the head and foot of the deceased.
Front of us are the two most beautiful landscapes of the eighteenth century Poland. Idyllic and noble. Sierpc. The whitewashed walls of peasant huts. Straw thatch and mallow under the windows. Roadside chapels and crosses. A around a wooden mill the sheaves of grain and livestock. In the summer often held here fairs of regional products and shows associated with old crafts. In the program, next to hiking, we plant a short coach ride around the entire area of the open air museum.
Next breathtaking views are waiting for us in the Arkadia-Nieborów Park. One of the most beautiful eighteenth century aristocratic gardens. Described by contemporaries as "magical work of fairy" and "fairy tale in the image." Romantic Garden in the English style founded by Radziwiłł Princess and named by her as Arcadia, is a combination of finesse garden with beautiful trees - with the buildings referring to the ancient and Gothic art, among others, with temple of Diana, Sybil's Cave, Aqueduct and Gothic Melancholy Tabernacle.
Saints of Poland. St. Faustina - mystic, stigmatic and visionary. Canonized in 2000. She had a gift of bilocation, reading of human souls and prophecies. When she had 19 years she experienced a vision of Christ, who ordered her to join the Order. Many visions and teachings of the Son of God allowed St. Faustina to write down thoughts in the Diary and, according to her hints, paint the picture of Jesus - Divine Mercy image. We will see the church of St. Jacob, where in 1924 she prayed upon arrival at Warsaw and Convent of Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy and the Chapel where the St. Faustina lived and meditated.
St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe. Franciscan. Missionary. Doctor of Philosophy and Theology. Mathematician and physicist. In 1915, in the patent office he submitted a patent of "Eteroplan" - tripartite interplanetary rocket. In 1941, he was sent to Auschwitz, where he voluntarily chose death by starvation in exchange for a convicted inmate. He died in his condemned cell, finished off by the Nazis by injection of poison. Near of Warsaw, in Niepokalanów, we will visit the museum of St. Maximilian, Panorama of Millennium, Passion Play and Church of the Virgin Mary.
Blessed Jerzy Popiełuszko. Chaplain of Warsaw Solidarity in the St. Stanislaus Kostka Church. He was killed in 1984 by officers of the Communist State Security Service. His three murderers came out of prison under the amnesty after 10, 6 and 4 years. In 2014, in France began the process of canonization of Blessed Jerzy Popiełuszko. In Warsaw, we will visit his museum and the church in which he served.
To the death camp in Sobibor were directed transports mainly from Lublin Region, France and Netherlands. Killed more than 250,000 Jews here. In 1943, in the camp an uprising broke out under the leadership of the Russian Jew, the Red Army lieutenant - Alexander "Sasha" Pechersky. Thanks to his courage and combat experience not only succeeded to kill more than 20 guards but more than 200 Jews happily escaped. In turn, Alexander Pechersky joined the partisans. After liberation, he went to a penal battalion on suspicion of treason. In recognition of his courage in the penal company he was promoted to the rank of captain. In 1963 Pechersky he appeared as a witness in the process of eleven Ukrainian guards from Sobibor (all received death sentences). He died in Rostov-on-Don at the age of 81 years. Till the end of his life he remained an unknown hero. After Sobibor we will visit unusual Włodawa town. City of Three Cultures - with Church of St. Louis (XVIII century), the Orthodox church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (XIX century) and complex of synagogue buildings: Great Synagogue, Little Synagogue and Kehilla House (XVIII century). Before the war, 60 percent of the population were Jews but all nationalities lived together as neighbors, celebrate the holidays together. Poles with Russians and Jews. Russians with Poles and Jews. Jews with Russians and Poles.
On this trip we will see the world that no longer exists. Small Jewish, sleepy town with a beautiful Synagogue - the second largest in Poland. It is preserved and restored like yesterday would be there prayers. On the walls of the temple are still seventeenth century inscriptions of psalms. There is still an intimate room of Rabbi with a desk and humble bed. And behind those magical pictures - we will find forest in Łopuchowo, where in 1941 took place pogrom of Jews from the town. At the end we will visit place of the Holocaust - the Treblinka death camp (second after Auschwitz in terms of killed people).
Treblinka Extermination Camp was established in mid-1942. Then came here the first transport from the Warsaw Ghetto. Were brought here mainly Jews from Poland, but also from Czechoslovakia, France, Greece, Yugoslavia, USSR, Germany and Austria. Deported killed by exhaust gases in a specially built chambers. Died here more than 800 thousand people. Camp creates a symbolic cemetery made up of 17,000 boulders with a central monument and a small museum. Location: 100 km from Warsaw, without direct train or bus.
Tykocin is a small town situated on the bank of the river Narew. Before war population there was close to 4,000 persons, of which 2,000 were Jews. The city was famous for its great scholars - experts in the Torah, as well as the great merchants and entrepreneurs. Tykocin Synagogue was built in the seventeenth century. It was believed to be the first in Poland after the Kraków. It is associated with the legend of the rabbi, who put in a huge chandelier amulets inscribed with prayers. These amulets were designed to protect the Jews from misfortune. When in a solemn prayer chandelier suddenly broke off - thanks to the intercession of the holy rabbi it fell in a place that does not hurt anyone. After a visit to the synagogue and museum, we will visit forest in Łopuchowo where in 1941 took place pogrom of Jews from the town. Abram Kapica, one of the survivors, described the massacre: On one side set women, old people and children, and on the other side - men able to walk. Formed them into a series of fours. At the head walked tall people: Chackiel di Hojcher, Jakub Choroszucha - timber merchant, and his father-in law Mojsze Gar. They were followed by klezmers: tailor Daniel Dojcz, who plays the trumpet, Szmelke Sokołowicz, drummer and Eli Kawka, violinist. Gestapo officers told them to play the song Hatikva ("Hope"), and then forced them to sing along with them German song: "When Jewish blood flows, Germany wins the war." Line stretched over a kilometer (...). Many of them run out of steam. Shot Szmula Babecki, an old man who had stopped on the way. At the same time, ended up loading of women on trucks (...) (which went to the forest in Łopuchowo)."
Enjoy a journey in Warsaw and follow there Chopin's footsteps (the route identical to the Warsaw Chopin Tour). Unusual stop will be St. Cross Church where is an urn with the heart of the composer. In accordance with his postmortem wish, jar with heart was smuggled out of France. Probably for health reasons it would be confiscated at the border, if not the trick carrying it the composer's sister. She cleverly smuggled it in cleverly braided leather mesh tied to the scaffold of dress crinoline at the height of the womb (!). After the visit to the Museum in Ostrogscy Palace in Warsaw, we will go to Żelazowa Wola, Chopin's birthplace.
In one day we will know the whole life of Chopin. From the birthplace in Żelazowa Wola, through place of the first piano concert of 8 years old artist in Radziwiłł Palace, to the urn with the heart. During the summer, we invite you to piano recitals on Saturdays and Sundays in the park in Żelazowa Wola. Whereas, throughout the year, on weekdays - for evening performances at Salon in Warsaw.
Artur Rubinstein asked what he thought about the music of the Beatles, said: as long as they do not play Chopin - everything is fine... We promise. At our shows there will be no Beatles ;)
Enjoy a journey to Warsaw route special prepared by historians from the National Institute of Chopin and the city of Warsaw. For each of the 15 stages of walking we will find black polished stone with multimedia description in Polish and English, and with photo code and QR-code (Chopin application). When you press the button, you will hear 30-second pieces of Chopin's most popular works. The route goes from Chopin Monument in Łazienki Park, through Palaces of Radziwiłł, Wessel, Zamoyski, Visitationist Church and St. Cross Church where the composer's heart rests, to Zamoyski Palace and Ostrogscy Palace where will wait for us reserved hour tour of the Chopin Museum.
Enjoy a journey in Warsaw and follow there Chopin's footsteps (the route identical to the Warsaw Chopin Tour) and evening at 19.30 in the cozy parlor in the city center, you will have the opportunity to listen to the music of Chopin, played by talented pianists. The concerts are accompanied by a friendly conversation over a glass of wine and home-made cakes. It will be like for his time. Because, contrary to popular belief, Frédéric Chopin disliked public appearances. Throughout his life he performed it only 30...
We invite you to explore the lost city. In 1939, were 360,000 thousand Jews here... now a Jewish community has 500 people. We will visit the most important places starting from the Synagogue and the Jewish cemetery through the pre-war streets reconstruction in the museum, to the ghetto wall and Umschlag Platz monument. According to the Chief Rabbi, the image of Polish change from a few years. A quarter of a century ago about Polish anti-Semites asked him every American interlocutor. 15 years ago - every other, and today only single persons. Sure, still sometimes hear on the street offensive comments, but just heard it in New York. This is law of statistics that among the thousands of people passing by every day, one person may be an idiot.
If you want to know and understand, not only Warsaw, but also Polish tradition - see with us all the tourist attractions in Warsaw (program as in the Standard Route) and the most important museums in the 9 hour tour. From visit in the Wilanów Palace, the royal residence from the seventeenth century and the Palace on the Island, summer residence of the last Polish king (XVIII century), through the Chopin Museum, to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the Warsaw Uprising Museum.
If you're short of time then this tour is for you. Individual 2-hour drive by luxury car with your own guide. See the most important tourist attractions in Warsaw. From the Old Town to the socialist architecture on the Constitution Square. And along the way we will see in the very center of the city - a natural size palm Made in China and live bears on the catwalk next to the tram stop. Our guide takes you from anywhere in Warsaw and deliver back to the indicated location in Warsaw, for example to the airport.
Individual tour with own guide of the trail of legends of Sirens, Basilisks, Golden Ducks and Stone Bears. And in contrast to fairy tales - real mermaid in the Old Town Square, Stone Steps leading to the Gnojna Mountain, live ducks, squirrels and peacocks in the Łazienki Park and asking for cakes authentic bears on the catwalk just off the Jagiellonian Street. See all tourist attractions in Warsaw during the 3 hour tour. From Wilanów Palace and the Old Town through Palace on the Island in Royal Park - to the socialist architecture on the Constitution Square.
Wolf's Lair (Ger. Wolfsschanze) in 1941-1944 was Hitler's headquarters. Hidden town in the forest had more than 2,000 staff and consisted of 200 buildings, shelters, huts and 2 airports. Here lived and made the most important decisions Hitler's most trusted people, among others, Goring, Himmler, Bormann, Keitel, Goebbels, Todt, Speer and others. Wolf's Lair was visited by, among others, Benito Mussolini (four time), prime ministers and commanders of the satellite states. Here in 1944, Claus von Stauffenberg made a failed assassination attempt on Hitler. Sightseeing of Wolf's Lair will be held in the historic military vehicles - Volkswagen 181 "Kurierwagen" SdKfz 247 b, BTR-40, PLDvK. vz. 53/59. In the former Jodla bunker will be possible to shoot with replicas of historical weapons (MP40, Schmeisser, Pepesha, Sten, Thompson, Sturmgewerh).
Żelazowa Wola village is located at a distance of more than 50 km from Warsaw. Here, in 1810, Frédéric Chopin came into the world. Chopinetto - as called him in Paris. Monsieur Pichon - as Frédéric called himself. George Sand called him Chop. Heine called him Rafael of piano. Liszt or Berlioz said simply: Genius! Żelazowa Wola was a place where Chopin's parents met - Justyna, a poor noblewoman who helped on the farm in exchange for maintenance and a roof over her head and came from France Nicolas Chopin, tutor of owners children. Today, in a historic nineteenth century mansion surrounded by a romantic park is a museum. We invite you to visit Żelazowa Wola and the church in Brochów (place of baptism of Frédéric Chopin) and at summer on Saturdays and Sundays, you must to listen concert of Chopin's music live in the park (in certain hours).