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Salt Mine Wieliczka, which has been working from 13th century, is the oldest enterprise of salt industry on Polish land. For ages it has been a source of Polish treasury and material fundament of culture - today is the most willingly visited Polish tourist object. This is the recipe for an ideal expedition. Great entertainment and teambuilding integration for company employees. A magnificent underground escapade. The participants of this expedition will test their skills performing various tasks and learn the truth about the life underground. The group is divided into two teams competing in mining competitions. Building casing structures and rolling blocks of salt called ‘snowmen’ they will learns more about their possibilities and better appreciate the pleasure of working as a team. Their efforts will be rewarded with a special commemorative document granting a merit title for hard work. At the end the Treasurer will give to every participant souvenir from the small bag with the natural salt.
We invite you to take part in the alternative sightseeing of the pride of Communist authorities . Tour starts at the airport. Our communist bus takes the guests to Nowa Huta district. On the way there our Crazy Guides start the story of the communism in Poland while serving vodka and pickles on board. We start our sightseeing with a lecture at the oldschool restaurant where we serve refreshment or lunch or full Polish dinner. Afterwards tour continuous with walking and driving around Nowa Huta with unique Crazy Guides commentary. In the meantime group stops at our private museum in the authentic communist apartment. We would have to divide group in subgroups to visit the apartment. While one group visits apartment, second group has Trabant Test Ride organised provided with 3 extra guides and two Trabants. After the tour we take the group back to the city centre.
On the way boat will go across the few metres high water lock – which is one of attractions on that route, after trat we will have a chance to admrie Wawel Hill or Camaldolese Hermit Monastery in Bielany in Kraków,located on the 326-metre Silver Mount. During the cruise - mead tasting and the live music – accordionist
Wawel Hill in Krakow, the mecca of every Pole and a must for foreign tourists, is a microcosm of Polish history and culture. From the 11th century on Poland's monarchs took up their residence here in the Royal Castle. And they were both crowned and buried here, in the Wawel Cathedral where later on Polish national heroes have also been laid to rest since the 19th century. The Old City from its beginnings, the Rynek was the commercial and social heart of Cracow. It was an emporium of the Black Sea trade, and a spring-board for Poland’s links with the West. Besides this, it was a place of festivals and public gatherings. Although people are rarely executed there today, the Rynek is still used as an arena for parades, both religious and secular. The Sukiennice (the Cloth Hall) is one of Cracow’s most distinctive buildings. The Cloth Hall, as its name suggests, was once a main focus of Cracow’s trade. The huge church, Kosciol Mariacki set at an angle to its northeast corner dominates the square.
Auschwitz Concentration Camp stands as a monument and a warning to mankind. It was set up in the year 1940 (group of 728 people, Poles from Tarnów and its region, was moved by Nazis to the first transport to the concentration camp KL Auschwitz in 14th June 1940) in the suburbs of Oświęcim by the German occupying forces. Together with the neighbouring camp of Birkenau it became the biggest death camp of Hitler’s Germany. The camp entrance leads through a sinister gate with a blood curling maxim “Arbeit macht frei” (Work makes you free). In the museum located on the campsite visitors can see various exhibitions dedicated to the victims of many nationalities who perished in the camp. The infamous Death Wall where prisoners were shot can be seen next to block 11. In 1979, the former site of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The group will be divaded into five: each group will get a map of Warsaw and on this basis the groups will move within the six key locations (Copernicus Monument, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Sigismund's Column, The Old Town Market Square and Presidential Palace ). Each team goes along with a guide to the starting point, and then from there, each group receives the first two questions, the solution is at least one to determine the appropriate location where the waiting one of the guides, which present the envelope with further questions. At each key point, the guide will tell about the environment, signs a card with a place and a group will follow to the another place. In this way each person can feel the atmosphere of the City, visit the most beautiful places of the Old Town, and of course have a fun.
The group will be divided into 3 smaller teams. Each group will get the set of questions. Answers to questions will be scored during the tour. At the end the winners will be awarded. Itinarary: Palace of the Culture and Science, Nozyk Sinagogue, Grzybowski Place, Marszalkowska Street, Saski Park with Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Church of St. Cross, Copernicus Monument, Warsaw University, Hotel Bristol, the Presidential Palace, Sigismund's Column, Royal Castle, St. John Cathedral, Old Town Square, Old Town Walls and the Barbican, the building where Marie Curie was born, Monument to the Warsaw Uprising. Finish at the Krasinski Palace.
Let's move into the future until the 2111th Gdańsk - the world capital of amber recently... Recently, because for nearly a year there has not been found even the smallest pebble of sea gold. The situation in the city every day is getting more nervous, the city loses both tourists and lovers of the wake wonder stone. Only on St. Mary Street can be bought for little money unimaginable amber imported from another country or items made from amber-like mass. The Amber Museum disappears the night's largest and finest specimen of amber - is stolen... How? Why? By whom? Is the thieves manage to escape? Is Amber disappear forever? Here ends the role of the narrator, and begins to yours. You are a group of investigators - hit the chase to find the precious stone, you have to look very carefully and thoroughly analyze the traces of tips to not only answer these questions, but above all to find Amber, before they disappear forever... Begin from that point... the Amber Museum...
Gdansk…Cradle of Freedom, city which was a witness, background and stage of many dramatic events. Events, which have caused recovery by Poland of cherished a dream freedom. City, which has taken a challenge and it has won. City, which is associated with solidarity today, with Lech Walesa, and also with a great politic of the present. The city’s own history is being a quintessence of freedom. Gdansk lived and spread out under dominance of many rulers and political structures. We invite to the past journey. We will be hot all the great and usual modern people’s trails, the ones who will be taught about by the future generations in schools. The trails of the people who create the history.
Meet Gdansk from the water! See the bustling waterfront shipyard, sail right next to the places that permanently etched in history - the Gdansk Shipyard, Westerplatte, Fortress Wisłoujście - and spend beautiful moments of sailing the waters of the Gulf of Gdansk. The cruise could be organized by luxury yachts (for small groups) or by ribs or by replica of historical boats (for big groups).
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