1. Wroclaw: Third Reich and World War Two Historical Tour
Meet your friendly guide at Monopol Hotel then set out on your guided tour of Wroclaw. Begin with an introduction into Wroclaw's past, and learn about how the city once belonged to Germany until the end of World War Two. Discover how during the siege between February and May 1945, most of the city’s buildings were damaged or destroyed, leaving only the partially rebuilt infrastructure you see today. The tour has been designed to showcase the city’s most important historical landmarks, and provide an insight into what life might have been like here during the war. Highlights of the tour include the former Gestapo building, Wolności Square, White Stork Synagogue, Dietrich Benchoffer Memorial, University Church, Ossolineum Garden, Sand Island, Cathedral Island, and more. Throughout the tour, listen to your guide share fascinating facts about Wroclaw’s history under German rule, as well as information about city’s Jewish heritage and the Holocaust. You’ll also discover the changes that came about with the end of the war, and how the city transformed itself afterwards.