Our first visit is to the UNESCO site, The Church of Peace in Świdnica. The church, built in the 17th century, is the largest timber-framed religious building in Europe. From here we go to Wałbrzych (Damian’s Hometown), which holds many secrets from WWII. Many people believe this area conceals thousands of secrets from the Third Reich, including the legendary Amber Chamber.
Lunch is organized at Fregata, a restaurant known for its delicious fare and location on Lake Bystrzyckie. We then visit the third largest castle in Poland, Castle Książ, whose history dates back to the 13th century. A guide will take us through the beautiful rooms and gardens and share with us the stories and plans that the Third Reich had for the castle and the region.