Visit Poland once, and you will keep on coming back. Polish Travel Center can guarantee you that.

Polish Travel Center – it is a many-side travel agency, which combines rich experience with great passion for exploring the most beautiful sites in Poland. Established in 2011 in Warsaw, it has become the leading operator of tourist services, specializing in tours around Poland. We make your dreams come true, preparing excursion programs thanks to which you will relax and get to know the real Polishness.







Admire the most spectacular landscapes of Poland

Years of experience in customer service of groups coming to Poland have caused that we can do on the domestic market almost anything our customer wants. We cooperate with experienced tour leaders and guides who supervise the programs we arrange. Consequently we offer you certainty that your stay in Poland will be planned optimally, and your attention will be drawn to the most important stuff.

We offer you:

  • Customer service of individuals and groups
  • Family, business, and youth groups tours
  • Booking the best and the most modern hotels, apartments, lodging houses of various standards according to the customer’s needs
  • Transport services (bus, coach, and car rental) and transfer from airport to hotel
  • Qualified and experienced tour leader and guides
  • All sorts of gastronomic services (booking tables in regular and kosher restaurants for both individual and group customers; preparing lunch-boxes from the highest quality products; at customer’s request, also kosher lunch-boxes from the best kosher restaurants; organizing evening events in selected restaurants with traditional Polish folklore show)
  • Organizing conferences and conference room rentals for business meetings at the best hotels
  • The programs which are prepared by specialists and tourism lovers, are adjusted to the needs and wishes of our customers. We offer a wide range of theme tours (e.g. following in the footsteps of John Paul II, Jewish culture, or monuments designated by UNESCO as the world heritage sites); tours around the biggest cities in Poland (Warsaw, Cracow, Wrocław ...); holiday tours (relaxing in Mazury, by the Baltic Sea, and in the Tatra Mountains); active and ecological tourism (canoeing, biking, horse riding, trekking…); tours that combine sightseeing and relaxing; and tours around Poland showing its beauty
  • Thanks to the convenient location of our office in Warsaw, we can help our customers in case of emergencies around the whole country

The price includes:

  • Transfer from / to airport
  • Transportation (car or coach) during the trip
  • Accommodation at hotels
  • Accommodation at hotels
  • English speaking guide
  • Fees and entrances


Admire the most spectacular landscapes of Poland

Warsaw - full day tour. Polish heritage

Discover the beauty of the Polish capital


Discovering the Jewish heritage in 5 days

See historical places in Poland


Pearls of Jewish culture in 6 days

Meet the most important and interesting places



Jewish heritage in Poland

Hebrew word for Poland is ”Polin”, which in a free translation means “you should rest here”, from Hebrew “po” – here, and “lanuah” – rest. The most tolerant country in Europe has been a paradise for Jews (from Latin “paradisus Iudaeorum”). The 16th century Rabbi of Cracow, Moses Isserles, once said: “if God hadn’t given the Jews Poland as a shelter, the Israel’s lot would have been unbearable.”

The independent Poland provided shelter to a big and rapidly developing Jewish community – in 1921, there were 2,8 million Jews, which made for over 10% of Polish population. For centuries, Poles and Jews were creating a multicultural community, and the Republic of Poland was a home, a motherland to both nations. They equally cared for the country and experienced the historical ups and downs. The fraternity was abruptly put to an end by the Nazis’ genocide, and weakened by the communism, causing a mass emigration from Poland. Although the 19th century Poland was not free form nationalistic, and even anti-Semitic sentiments, Poles make for the largest group among the Righteous among the Nations.


During the seven-century stay in Poland, the Jews shaped an amazing culture – literature, theatre, music, sculpture, painting, press, and architecture. Both the well-educated representatives of social and political life, and simple merchants and craftsmen presented Poles with the richness of their customs. It was precisely the culture that had such an immense impact on the mentality of the Israelis dispersed over all continents. What’s interesting – a few million Jews continue to feel emotionally attached to Poland.


Most of the historic buildings have been preserved in the larger cities, where the proportion of the Jewish population was quite large. The most significant places outside of synagogues and cemeteries related to the history of Jews in Poland are among others: Krakow, Lublin, Lodz, Warsaw, Kielce, Wroclaw, Kazimierz Dolny and Tykocin. Before the outbreak of World War II on Polish territory almost every large town was a Jewish religious object.


In the Poland III Reich created many camps that are now places of special interest martyrdom. The most famous and visited memorial museums are museum in Auschwitz, Birkenau, Majdanek Lublin, as well as former concentration camp in Treblinka, now converted into a monumental cemetery, where the tombstones are made of thousands of rock fragments. There where other extermination camps in Sobibor, Chelmno and Belzec.



You have questions? Contact us. You are welcome to visit our office from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday