Jewish Warsaw

Jewish Warsaw

Warsaw Ghetto
Before the second world war Warsaw used to be the second city in the world, after New York, with the biggest Jewish population. Here the Jewish life and culture flourished. As a result of the policy of Nazi Germany this world disappeared almost completely from the topography of the city. Together we will trace the few places where the surviving structures are the testimony of the past, but we will also discover together the areas which witness the rebirth of the Jewish culture.

I will be thrilled to show you:

Muranów District - Monument to the Ghetto Heroes - Umschlagplatz - POLIN Museum (from the outside) - Jewish Cemetery - Ghetto Wall - Nożyk Synagogue - Prózna Street - Grzybowski Square
Approximately 4 hours are needed for this tour.
Taxi or public transportation will be needed.

This attraction can be the part of your customised tour:
Customised Tour - Warsaw à la Carte