The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is a museum that walks visitors through the history of Jewish life in the city with a core and temporary exhibitions. It's located on the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto in Poland.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is a living memorial to the 1.3 million people who were imprisoned in Nazi Germany's largest concentration camp, of whom 1.1 million perished. Visitors can learn about the camp's history and see original exhibits and documents from the camp's operation during the German Nazi regime.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is located close to the industrial town of Oświęcim in southern Poland, just outside of Krakow.
The largest church in Hungary is a spectacular sight to behold. The neo-Classical St. Stephen’s Basilica is dedicated to Hungary’s first king, St. Stephen and it's still home to his mummified right hand - the Szent Jobb (Holy Right Hand). How lovely. Visitors climbing to the cupola can see the whole of Budapest, and down to St. Stephen's Square, where people sip coffee on cafe terraces.
You can't visit Warsaw without sampling at least a sip of its traditional tipple. And there's no better way to get into the Polish spirit than by visiting the Polish Vodka Museum for a guided tour. Learn the basics of the distillation process, and about the origins of a drink that Poles and Russians both claim as their own. Then, have a taste!