Travel With JDC

Poland and Hungary

Krakow and Warsaw, Poland and Budapest, Hungary, including Szarvas International Summer Camp


JDC Ambassadors

More information: Avital Muth, Ambassadors Missions, at

Witness the vibrancy of Jewish renewal in Poland and Hungary.  

Visit historic sites in places where reemergence of Jewish life was thought impossible.  Celebrate summer vacation at camp with today’s young Jewish leadership from all over the world.

Poland and Hungary are living testament to the amazing resilience of our Jewish community in the face of the 20th century’s most deadly anti-Semitism.

JDC offers a unique trip to explore haunting questions from the past, to learn about changes in recent decades, and through an inspirational visit to the largest Jewish summer camp, Szarvas, to participate in the amazing rebirth of Jewish life.  Over 1200 children from over 20 countries come to Szarvas each summer to learn and experience Judaism for the first time.

Registration deadline: May 9, 2014

$3,000 per person double occupancy
$3,700 per person single occupancy
(covers ground transportation, unique visits, hotels, meals and guides; does not include transatlantic and domestic European flights)
Deposit: $1,000 

Participation requires a meaningful gift to help JDC’s rescue, relief, and renewal programs around the world .

*All trips are subject to change.

**Priority for JDC Ambassadors trips are given to members of our Ambassadors Circle and Society.

For more details on this travel opportunity or for registration information, please contact: Avital Muth, Ambassadors Missions, at


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