Follow the traces of the Jewish Warsaw

Language English
Price 80,00 EUR for excursion
Capacity Group of more than 10 people
Duration 4 hours

On this tour we will follow the paths of Jewish remains in the city. Warsaw used to be a big Jewish community before World War II. 30% of Warsaw population was of Jewish origin. They suffered a lot during the hard times of World War II first being squeezed into the ghetto and then being taken away by the Nazis from their homes straight into the death camps. On this tour you will see the only remaining parts of the ghetto wall, you visit Nożyk Synagogue and Jewish cemetery. You also will have a chance to watch a documentary movie in the Jewish Historical Insitute. We will finish our tour with a walk from the Getto Heros’ Monument to Umschlagplazt.

Included: English speaking guide service

Not included: public transportation

Extras to be paid on spot: entrance fees, tickets for public transportation

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