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Petit guide touristique pour ceux qui iront en Pologne le mois prochain

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Message par McFly le Ven 13 Juil 2012 - 11:38

Une amie ma fait ce petit guide pour vous mes amis...soyez sage et lisez


Krakow:
Auschwitz Birkenau
Wieliczka Salt Mine – not really war related but should definitely be seen.
Wawel Castle

Warsaw:
Warsaw uprising Museum
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Swoszowice concentration camp:
http://www.alltravels.com/poland/lesser-poland/jeziorzany/videos/current-video-295752

Kielce – that is important town from Second World War:
http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005366

Highlights, hints and tips when visiting Krakow
Our guide for those visiting Poland's old capital!

Source: eurotribe.com
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Poland’s old capital and second biggest city leaves a big impression on travellers, whether they glide through the city in a day or experience all it has to offer in several days. The name Krakow, or commonly written as Cracow, is traditionally derived from ‘Krakus’, who was the legendary and noted founder of the city.
Krakow, the Royal Capital of Poland for over 500 years, is greatly influenced by Gothic and Renaissance architecture which is present all over the Old Town of the city. Due to it’s fortune during the Second World War, Krakow’s physical advance has not be greatly affected, with it’s historic beauty remaining in tact for it’s admiring tourists.
Visiting Krakow

Getting to Krakow is very simple as it is serviced by an airport plus a bus and train station. The John Paul II International Airport welcomes many flights daily from a several airliners servicing the Polish city. The Kraków Główny main train and bus station will take you right into the heart of the city, which is connected to a shopping mall. The numerous maps around the station will help you guide on your way through the city, and if not don’t be worried, the locals will be more than happy to point you or even guide you in the right direction.

Discover Krakow
Tour offers in Krakow can be seen from all over the city, whether its mini-carts, posters or tourism offices, travellers will not be able to miss very affordable tours departing within or from the city. SeeKrakow is just one of the many companies offering affordable tours to places including Auschwitz Birkenau, the Wieliczka Salt Mine plus tours within the city including The Old Town and Schindler’s List.
If you’re planning to spend a day out of town, there are two main tours that will show you two totally different sides of Poland. The two most popular tour options out of Krakow are tours to Auschwitz Birkenau and the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
Auschwitz Birkenau is a must visit destination for many travellers of ages 15+, due to it’s horrendous past and it’s preservation for future generations. Tours depart several times a day to Auschwitz Birkenau, and EuroTribe was lucky enough to travel with local company SeeKrakow, who run several tours each day the grounds when they are open. In the tour you will be guided by a museum appointed professional, who will take visitors through the permanent exhibition and original buildings on the grounds of the Main Camp (Auschwitz), plus the most important areas at the second camp Birkenau. Visitors will see first hand the devastating conditions prisoners lived through on their quest, if lucky, for liberation.

Auschwitz-Birkenau Extermination Camp
Another very popular day tour is much closer to the city, where travellers can go up to 130 meters underground in the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The mine itself attracts over one million visitors per year and visitors will have the chance to visit a total of twenty historic chambers connected by 2 kilometers of linked passages. The four to five hour tour is offered by SeeKrakow, where visitors will spend approximately two hours inside the mine itself.

Wieliczka Salt Mine
Shorter tours run by various companies in the city include tours of Krakow’s Old Town, or Stare Miasto, and also the “Schindler’s List” tour, which covers the district of Kazimierz, the heart of the Jewish historical part of Krakow.
SeeKrakow offers a three hour tour of Krakow’s ‘Old Town’, which covers the Royal Route, Floriańska, Grodzka, and Kanonicza Streets, and comes to an end at famous Wawel Castle! This tour will take travellers through the incredible architechture of the old Polish capital including viewings of buildings, basilica’s, churches and more, with some standing since the 14th century.
For those interested in exploring the old Jewish Ghetto in Kazimierz, will experience first hand the district where buildings witnessed the shocking events of the Holocaust, which before World War II, was a place where Jewish culture flourished for centuries. The tour receives it’s name from Steven Spielberg’s Oscar winning film “Schindler’s List”, which was set in this very area. The tour ends in the district of Podgórze, where Schindler’s factory and the last surviving remnants of the Second World War ghetto remains in full view.
Highlight’s of Krakow
After visiting the city, here are EuroTribe’s top 5 things to do in Krakow!
1. Arguably Auschwitz Birkenau is the number one and the most popular destination for tourists visiting Krakow. The historical grounds of Auschwitz and Birkenau tell the tale of the greatest suffering of humanity in complete silence. The haunting visit to the sites of where the largest recorded mass murder in history took place, will leave you toying with the quote; “For ever let this place be a cry of despair and a warning to humanity, where the Nazis murdered about one and a half million men, women, and children, mainly Jews from various countries of Europe”; to reflect upon after your visit.
2. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is another must see highlight just outside of Krakow, where you will see a maze of architecture, sculptures and gorgeous churches… underground! With the walls even tasting like salt, there is nothing salty about the mine – it’s full of wonder and amazement for all ages!
3. Exploring Krakow’s Stare Miasto is a must for travellers in Krakow. If on a tight schedule, you can explore the city’s beauty in the evening with well lit streets guiding your way through discovering the churches, basilicas and buildings in the Old Town. There are also many shops and local restaurants open to cater for all your needs.
4. Krakow’s most distinguishing feature is the Wawel Castle, which is situated on it’s main hill, overlooking the city. Wawel Hill is home to the Royal Chambers, the Royal Private Apartments, the Crown Treasury and Armory, the Lost Wawel, various pieces of oriental art plus the mystical Dragon’s Den! This is a must visit for travellers to Krakow!
5. Mini tours are on offer to see Kazimierz, where Jewish culture flourished before the Second World War, and the grounds that inspired Spielberg’s Oscar winning film “Schindler’s List”. This historical tour will take you through the districts of Kazimierz and Podgórze, where you’ll see Schindler’s factory and the remnants of the Second World War ghetto.
Other highlights that we should mention include the Museum of Pharmacy, Rynek Główny’s medieval square, the Galicia Museum and Collegium Maius.


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Message par moyzan le Ven 13 Juil 2012 - 16:07

Ca va être plus pratique pour LazyStallin car nous n'iront pas à Krakow mais lui oui. Merci quand même d'avoir pensé à nous! Smile
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Message par Zomby le Ven 13 Juil 2012 - 23:11

On va tu allez voir le musée de la guerre a Varsovie ?
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Ben sûr!
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et vous ramènerez des photos, hein ?
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