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Discover the Old Town on foot, exploring sights including the Royal Castle, cathedral and main market square. Re-trace the history of Oscar Schindler on a tour of the old Jewish Quarter. See the remains of the Ghetto Wall in the evening. Visit salt mines and meander the beautiful tunnels and chambers of St Kinga’s Castle. Take an emotive visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum to learn about Nazi crimes and see where prisoners were kept. Continue the tour in Birkenau to the Gate of Death, the unloading ramp and the ruins of the distinctive crematoria.
Whilst discovering the religious background of this fascinating country, your university students can tick off the cultural sites of Ho Chi Minh complex, House 54, Stilt House and Presidential Palace. Travel to UNESCO-listed Halong Bay and board your private boat. Cruise its emerald waters past dramatic limestone karsts. Stay in style on a traditional junk, visit the capital Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). Take a fascinating city walking tour of Vietnam’s capital. Climb on board a private boat and cruise the Mekong River. Visit a fishing farms and adventure on rowing boats, allowing you to get deeper into the smaller canals of the Delta. Take a guided tour of the underground stronghold of the Cu Chi Tunnels. Return to HCMC and enjoy a city cyclo tour, stopping at the War Remnants Museum.
Turkey; steeped in mythology & theology. Visit the Sultanahmet area for a guided tour of the Grand Bazaar. Embark on a walking tour of the Theodosian Walls which date back to the 5th century reign of Byzantine Emporer Theodosius II. Visit Topkapi Palace and the spectacular Blue Mosque, also known as the Sultanahmet Mosque. Spend the day on a guided tour of the Princes Islands - an Istanbul must-see just a short ferry ride from the city. Visit Istanbul’s Archaeology Museum, a complex of three museums; the Archaeology Museum, the Museum of the Ancient Orient and the Tiled Pavilion.