Back to Your Roots trips for families

Have you already traveled all around the world, have you already walked in the footsteps of presidents and kings and emperors, have you seen the great palaces, have you already visited where your ancestors journeyed? Did you visit where your ancestors lived? If you are planning a Back to Your Roots trip to Poland and its surroundings, TMR Warshavsky, your embassy in Poland, will be happy to help you plan a most significant journey for you and your family to where your ancestors lived and walked. TMR Warshavsky will plan a trip especially suited to your family on a route that will not overlook places of significance to the Jewish People in Poland.

TMR Warshavsky offers its clients personally planned Back to Your Roots Tours that focus on family history and as part of the Back to Your Roots Tour, the company offers the unique basic service of seeking historical documents of the family’s ancestors.

TMR Warshavsky provides an Israeli guide and/or a Hebrew-speaking local guide for every tour.

TMR Warshavsky supplies its clients with service at the highest level:

  • High-level hotels
    • Full board of 3 plentiful high level meals a day.
    • Strictly Glatt Kosher according to demand.
    • Buses are spacious and comfortable.

Trips are on an all-included basis except for:

  • Travel Insurance
    • Personal expenses.
    • Any expense not specified for the tour/route.
    • Direct flights.

TMR Warshavsky organizes spiritual journeys to Jewish communities in Poland and its neighbors, while consolidating the sense of community amongst familiar and beloved people who share common history between themselves. The company enables its clients to become acquainted with and to sense the character of the most special Jewish communities in history. Polish Jewry is one of the oldest and most spiritually-endowed communities in Europe, and during the journey we will visit the ancient synagogues, hundreds of years old, until the period of the horrific ‘Holocaust’ that wiped out most of the Jewish community. We will visit the extermination camps, the major cities, Jewish cemeteries and mass graves.