OPTIONAL EARLY ARRIVAL - Friday, August 7, 2015
Pre-trip-extension.  Additional fees incurred.  

DAY 1 - Saturday, August 8, 2015 - KRAKOW
Upon arrival to Krakow, transfer to your hotel and relax before meeting your fellow travels, your Hebro Tour Director and Tour Guide at the welcome dinner.
Provided: Transfer from Krakow airport (KRK – J. Paul II Balice) & Welcome Dinner
Overnight: Krakow – Best Western Q Plus Hotel (Opening in March 2015)

DAY 2 – Sunday, August 9, 2015 - KRAKOW
-   Continue with a Jewish heritage tour of the Kazimierz District and Schindler’s List route; 
-   See Bohaterov Getta Square, the Old Synagogue with its exhibition and the Remuh Synagogue with the adjoining Renaissance Cemetery and Wolnica Square.  
-   End our day with a visit to the historical former Schindler Factory museum. 
-  Visit to Wawel Hill, viewing the Royal Castle. 
-  Enjoy a walking tour of the Old Town where you will visit the main Market Square, Renaissance Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Church.  
Provided: Breakfast
Overnight: Krakow – Best Western Q Plus Hotel (Opening in March 2015)

 DAY 3 – Monday, August 10, 2015 – KRAKOW – AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU – WARSAW
-   Depart Krakow
-   Day tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the concentration camps from World War II and on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Memorial service to the millions that perished in the Holocaust.
-   Evening transfer to Warsaw
Provided: Breakfast, Boxed Lunch, Group Dinner
Overnight: Warsaw – Mercure Centrum Hotel

 DAY 4 – Tuesday, August 11, 2015 – WARSAW
-     Visit the Genscher Jewish Cemetery and the Ghetto Heroes Monument learning about the Ghetto fights. 
-     Enjoy a walking tour of the Old Town area, including Castle Square, the Royal Castle, King Sigismund column, Cathedral and then off to Old Market Square,  End the tour with a walk through the New Town and birthplace of Maria Sklodowska; later known as Marie Curie.   
-     Free time in Warsaw
Provided: Breakfast
Overnight: Warsaw – Mercure Centrum Hotel

DAY 5 – Wednesday, August 12, 2015 – DEPART WARSAW - PRAGUE
-    After breakfast, transfer to Warsaw Airport for flight to Prague
-    Arrive at Prague Airport and bus transfer to to city
-    Group lunch (provided) at City Center
-    Check in at hotel
-    An afternoon tour of Prague’s Old Town starting at Prague’s art deco Municipal House and includes the Cubist House ‘At the Black Madonna’, Mozart’s Estate Theater Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock, the Gothic Church of our Lady in Front of Tyn, Wenceslas Square and the 14th century Charles Bridge
-    End our afternoon with David Cerny’s street art and design shops and explore the grand cafes of Prague
Provided: Breakfast, group lunch in Prague, one-way flight from Warsaw to Prague on Czech Airlines
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

 DAY 6 – Thursday, August 13, 2015 – PRAGUE - TEREZIN
-     Morning tour of Prague Castle district and Lesser Quarter; Explore the Cernicky Palace, Castle Gardens and St. Vitus Cathedral. Proceed to the Old Royal Palace, St George’s Basilica, Daliborka Tower and Golden Lane
-     The tour continues through the narrow streets of the Lesser Quarter and Kampa Island, a mysterious place with a magical atmosphere and home to many bohemian artists and John Lennon’s famous wall
-     Boxed lunch provided by the Josef Hotel
-     Our afternoon journey will take us on a tour of Theresienstadt, home of the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp; Established by the Nazis during World War II in the city of the Terezin, this camp served as a “show-camp” for propaganda in which the Nazis permitted representatives from the International Red Cross to dispel rumors about extermination camps.  A Holocaust survivor will lead this tour. 
-     We’ll visit the Ghetto Museum & Magdeburg Barracks; Crematorium, Columbarium, Ceremonial Halls and Central Morgue; a prayer room from the time of the Terezin ghetto
Provided: Breakfast, boxed lunch
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

 DAY 7 – Friday, August 14, 2015 – PRAGUE
-     A morning tour of Prague’s Jewish Quarter, including all sites of the Jewish Museum which includes all 5 synagogues: The Moorish Spanish Synagogue, the Old Jewish Cemetery; Klausen Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, and the Burial Brotherhood House
-     Continue to the memorial of the Czech victims of the Holocaust at Pinkas Synagogue, which also hosts a collection of paintings by the children interned in the Terezin concentration camp.
-     We will conclude our day of touring at the medieval Old New Synagogue, the second oldest serving synagogue in Europe, dating back to the year 1270
-     Evening Shabbat dinner at King Solomon Kosher restaurant.
Provided: Breakfast, Shabbat dinner
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

DAY 8 – Saturday, August 15, 2015 – PRAGUE PRIDE
-    Join the group at the Prague Pride Parade
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

DAY 9 – Sunday, August 16, 2015 – DEPARTURES
- Departure from Prague & extensions