Prince William, Kate to visit Nazi camp on Poland trip

Britain's Prince William walks in front of the Warsaw Uprising museum, in Warsaw, Poland, Monday, July 17, 2017. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and

Britain's Prince William, left, holds the hand of his son Prince George on arrival at the airport, in Warsaw, Poland, Monday, July 17, 2017. The Duke

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate will visit a World War II Nazi German concentration camp and tour the picturesque city of Gdansk in northern Poland on the second day of a goodwill trip aimed at underscoring Britain's intention to maintain friendly relations with the European Union after it leaves the bloc.

The royal couple will fly Tuesday to northern Poland from Warsaw, where they are staying at the Belvedere Palace.

They begin with a visit to the Stutthof concentration and death camp that Nazi Germany operated in occupied Poland. They will then travel to nearby Gdansk to see its Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

They will also visit a replica of a Shakespearean theater and meet former president and democracy champion Lech Walesa.

On Wednesday they fly to Berlin.