Jewish Tour in Warsaw

Polin Museum Jewish Tour

Jewish Tour in Warsaw

In 1939 one third of Warsaw population was Jewish. Everything changed during World War II when the Nazi occupied Warsaw. In this tour you will learn where the ghetto was and see the symbolic bridge between the small and the big ghetto. You will hear about the heroes of the Ghetto Uprising and Umschlagplatz from where the Jews were taken to Treblinka death camp.

You will have a chance to see the remaining ghetto wall,  survived Jewish cemetery and enter Nozyks’ synagogue. This tour covers the full story of Jewish history in Warsaw.  Visit in Polin museum on request.

Visited spots:

  •  The monument of the Heroes of Jewish ghetto
  •  Nozyks’ synagogue
  • Umschlagplatz monument
  • Remaining walls of the ghetto
  • Janusz Korczak monument
  • Jewish Cemetery (Okopowa street)
  • Bridge installation on Chlodna street
  • Prozna street – the only remaining street with pre-war buildings from the ghetto area
  • Villa in the Zoo from “Zookeeper’s wife” – needs to be booked in advance
  • Museum of the History of Polish Jews (outside)

Duration: 5 hours

Type of a tour: walking combined with a car

Meeting point: pick-up from your hotel

Cost: 700 PLN / 165 Euro / 185 USD

Total price for a group of up to 4 persons. If your group is larger contact me for a quotation.

What’s included:

  • My services as your guide
  • Transfers between each visited site

What’s extra:

  • Entrance ticket to the synagogue – 10 PLN/ person (closed on Saturdays)
  • Entrance ticket to the cemetery – 10 PLN/ person  (closed on Saturdays)
  • Entrance ticket to the zoo and the villa – 30 PLN/ person (needs to be booked in advance)
  • Entrance ticket to Polin Museum – 25PLN/ person (closed on Tuesdays)

Recent review of Jewish Tour

“I’d like to recommend– in the highest possible terms— my Warsaw tour guide Ula. She is well versed in both the Warsaw sites of Jewish interest, of which there are quite a number, and Warsaw history in general. She is also quite learned in Jewish history, customs and rules.  Ula is very informed and very informative. She is highly organized and dedicated to making your experience in Warsaw and its vicinity as memorable and meaningful as possible. And what’s even better— she is very attractive, speaks English fluently, has a wonderful personality. ” Ephraim, August, 2018

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