Guided Tours of Poland
Our Renault Kangoo: the smallest of the three vehicles we use to show visitors Poland. Our guided tours are led by university educated English speaking guides and are designed to show visitors the parts of Poland not normally seen by tourists visiting Poland. Our affordable and unique guided tours are suitable for individuals and groups of between 2 and 6 visitors.
Are you interested in seeing the parts of Poland not normally mentioned in tourist guides? Would you like to revisit with one of our driver guides the parts of former Germany and Poland your ancestors once lived in? Would you like to be driven around Poland and be able to decide when and where to stop, and for how long? Would you like to travel roads less travelled by tourists and see things less often seen by visitors to Poland?
If the answers to any of these questions is yes, you might be interested in finding out more about the individual guided tours we offer of the west of Poland. We specialise in the Polish provinces of: Lubuskie, Wielkopolskie, Dolnoslaskie, Pomorskie and Zachodniopomorskie. All our drivers and guides are university graduates who speak English fluently and have a thorough knowledge of the former German parts of Poland (Pommern, Brandenburg, Neumark, Silesia, Posen, West Prussia).
Our prices are very reasonable and depend on the vehicle used; the number of kilometres covered; and time spent on each tour. A typical full day tour costs approximately $ 250 per group. This price includes: an English speaking driver; exclusive use of one of our cars; and all fuel costs. We can provide both Polish and German speaking interpreters and translators; and help arrange accommodation with Polish families, on small family run farms, in independent self-contained apartments, and in interesting Polish hotels to suit all pockets. If you would like to see the parts of Poland not often reached or seen by either travellers or Poles we might be just what you are looking for.
Contact us for further details and a price list.
Photography: we can take photographs of any location in Poland.
If you can't visit Poland yourself we can travel to your families ancestral home town or village, the location of a Second World War site, such as a prisoner of war camp or work farm; take photographs and/or film the place for you. You can then 'visit' Poland from the comfort of your own home, perhaps many thousands of miles away! Prices for a CD full of high quality digital photos and/or films of any village or town start at just US$ 85. Price varies depending on the distance we have to travel and time taken to complete the task. More about Photography Poland.
Some of the many towns and cities covered by our private guided tours include: Berlin, Cottbus, Frankfurt Oder, and Schwedt in Germany. Barlinek, Chojna, Choszczno, Debno, Drawsko, Drezdenko, Glogow, Gorzow Wlkp., Grodzisk, Gubin, Gryfino, Goleniow, Kostrzyn, Koszalin, Krosno, Leszno, Lubsko, Miedzychod, Miedzyrzecz, Mysliborz, Nowogard, Nowy Tomysl, Osno, Poznan, Pila, Pyrzyce, Skwierzyna, Stargard, Swinoujscie, Sulecin, Sulechow, Swiebodzin, Szczecin, Szamotuly, Trzciel, Wolsztyn, Wolin, Zagan, Zary, Zbaszyn, Zielona Gora, and Zlocieniec in Poland.
Airport pick up service from the international airports of Berlin Schonefeld in Germany; Babimost, Szczecin, and Poznan in Poland
Specialist tailor-made tours for people who want something just that bit different.
Interests might include: Nature safari (wild boar; bison; deer) in the Warta, Drawienski, and Wielkopolska national parks and little-known Polish forests; birdwatching (black and white storks, corncrakes; honey buzzards; white tailed eagles; black woodpeckers); wild mushroom picking; kayaking and canoeing adventures down the River Obra and Drawa; researching ghost sightings and Polish legends; discovering Polish cuisine; family roots and genealogy research in Polish and German archives; Prussian, Polish, Jewish, and German history; Second World War research; or just exploring out of the way and difficult to reach places.
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