Germany for its part will show Prince William, who is a helicopter pilot, the Airbus training centre and the assembly line of the Airbus A320.
Perhaps the penultimate event of the royal tour will be when William and Kate take their competitive streak to the water as they captain crew boats in Heidelberg.
Kensington Palace confirmed Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be "on at least a couple of occasions over the course of the week". This is William and Kate's first official joint trip to Poland and Germany; the Duke, also 35, made an official visit to Germany last summer.
And as the young tot, alongside Kate Middleton, Prince William and Princess Charlotte, arrived in Poland, Prince George looked less than impressed at the prospect of getting off the plane - and hilariously stood at the top of the stairs while his father attempted to get him down.
"Their Royal Highnesses will take time during the tour to acknowledge the complex 20th century history of each country", Kensington Palace tweeted, adding that they "hope to meet as many people as possible during the tour".
Later today, the Royal family is set to visit the Warsaw Rising Museum, as well as the Heart in the Warsaw Spire building where they will see the city's panoramic views.
William and Kate also celebrated the 70th birthday of Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, over the weekend.
William and Kate will also meet survivors of the Holocaust and the brutal atrocity of Hitler's occupation.
They will tour a former Nazi concentration camp in Stutthof on Tuesday, the first built by Germany outside its borders after the start of World War Two.
The appearance of Team Cambridge, of course, may not sway negotiations, but the Foreign Office believes it will help strengthen bilateral ties once the United Kingdom finally quits the EU.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children arrived in Poland on Monday, on the first leg of a goodwill trip to two European Union nations that is meant to underscore Britain's friendly ties with a bloc that it's in the process of leaving.