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Delve into the history and culture of eastern Europe on a Poland tour. From Gothic churches, medieval squares to Soviet buildings, Warsaw reflects Poland’s turbulent past. Visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum for an in-depth look at the country’s Jewish Heritage and resistance during WWII. Tour the Royal Castle at the entrance to Warsaw’s Old Town, then stop at Wilanow Palace, a 17th century palace that survived city bombings in both world wars unscathed. In Krakow, see the country’s best preserved medieval architecture at Cloth Hall, St. Mary’s Basilica and Rynek Glowny, or stop at Wawel Cathedral and Wawel Castle. From Krakow, take a day trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, a solemn reminder of the atrocities of the Holocaust. Explore the caverns of 13th century Wieliczka Salt Mines, featuring a full-sized underground church, carved out of rock salt. On the Baltic coast, the colorful port city of Gdansk played an important role in the fall of the Polish Communist regime, and is a central hub of the world amber trade.