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Things to do in Warsaw

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.
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From $10.30
Cosmos Museum is an interactive museum in Warsaw, Poland. It is gaining popularity because of the abundant photo opportunities inside! Take some magic photos of yourself around over 50 digital art exhibits and interactive fun stuff. Kids and adults will both love it, and maybe even learn something new about the Cosmos!
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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.
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From $24.87
Are you ready to be truly fascinated by the history and atmosphere of magnificent Warsaw? Join us on an open-top bus tour and enjoy the ride as we take you to some of the most spectacular attractions and historical landmarks. You can choose between the Red Line, made up of 11 fabulous destinations and the Blue Line which will take you to 12 bus stops. Just hop on and hop off whenever you want!
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Chopin Point Warsaw is in the heart of Warsaw in Poland. Every day, you'll find Chopin concerts held in this delightful House of Literature.
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From $14.05
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!
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From $12.59
Built in 1955, the Palace of Culture and Science is a highrise building in Warsaw, Poland, inspired by the Art Deco movement. It's the tallest building in Poland, at 237 meters tall, and is a center for various companies, public institutions, and cultural activities such as concerts, cinemas, theaters, libraries, sports clubs, universities, scientific institutions and authorities of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
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From $27.03
Deepspot Tunel
DEEPSPOT is currently the deepest multi-zone simulator of diving conditions in Europe at 45.5 meters deep. It’s is the place for all people dreaming of scuba diving or freediving without jumping into the sea and is suitable both for beginners and professionals. The warm water stays between 32-34 ° C). DEEPSPOT is located in Mszczonów, Poland.
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Things to do in Oświęcim

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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.
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Things to do in Krakow

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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.
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From $24.87
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the oldest salt mines and listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. It makes a salty treat for those who love exploring underground! Visitors can discover chambers, lakes, galleries, sacred art, and a big dose of Polish history, 135 meters below the surface of Krakow.
4.8 (23)
From $37.84
Located in Oskar Schindler's former factory, the Schindler’s Factory Museum takes a poignant look at life in Krakow during World War II. It's located in Central Krakow and easily reachable on foot and by public transport.
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From $10.31
Wawel Castle, just south of Krakow's Old Town, was the political and cultural heart of Poland through the 16th century. It's now a museum, where visitors can learn about Krakow's history and past royal family members.
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From $10.81
Facade of Chopin concert hall
The Chopin Concert Hall concert hall is a public music gallery in Krakow dedicated to F. Chopin, who was one of the greatest composers of all time. The venue is in an old historical tenement house built in the 15th century. At present, you can see an extraordinary 19th-century staircase with its original, richly ornamented railing made of iron, leading to the concert hall
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From $21.62
Museum Czartoryski
The Princes Czartoryski Museum – often abbreviated to Czartoryski Museum – is a historic museum in Kraków, Poland, and one of the country's oldest museums. The initial collection was formed in 1796 in Puławy by Princess Izabela Czartoryska. The Museum officially opened in 1878. In the museum, you can admire the works of Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, and Jan Matejko.
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Things to do in Wieliczka

The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the oldest salt mines and listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. It makes a salty treat for those who love exploring underground! Visitors can discover chambers, lakes, galleries, sacred art, and a big dose of Polish history, 135 meters below the surface of Krakow.
4.8 (23)
From $37.84
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