This is the perfect vacation for those who are interested in WWII, historic Poland, and the concentration camps that are living memorials to those days. Start in Warsaw and see the city before and after wartime destruction during a moving film in the Historical Museum. Next, visit Jasna Göra, the monastery near Czestochowa, to admire the Black Madonna, the country’s national symbol. On to Krakow, where a special visit to the Oskar Schindler’s Factory, made famous in the movie Schindler’s List, is included. Visit what is left of the Auschwitz concentration camp, and in Wroclaw, visit the Centennial Hall. Continue to Dresden, badly damaged during the war and since 1985, restored to its baroque splendor. An exclusive visit to the Semper Opera has been included as well as dinner with local specialties in the well-known Am Pulverturm restaurant. Also visit Meissen, Leipzig, Weimar, and via Meissen, with a visit to the porcelain factory, continue to Leipzig. Visit the former Buchenwald concentration camp on your way to Erfurt, and in Nuremberg, visit Soldier’s Field, the impressive documentation center. Taste the traditional Nüremberger würstel before arriving in Munich, where you will visit the former Dachau concentration camp. Enjoy a special dinner with your traveling companions to talk and share your feelings after this emotional encounter with WWII. Then, journey by high-speed train to Berlin for three overnights and guided sightseeing that features the restored Reichstag, Charlottenburg Palace, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Checkpoint Charlie, the Holocaust Memorial, a picture stop at Brandenburg Gate, and so much more!