Before World War II one third of the inhabitants of Warsaw were Jewish. Warsaw was an important center of Jewish cultural life where one could watch movies in Yiddish or buy one of 40 Jewish newspapers (most of them in Yiddish). All this world disappeared during the last war, but there are still traces of Jewish culture in nowadays Warsaw.
On this tour you will see the Synagogue, Próżna street – the only street of Warsaw ghetto with original houses that survived WWII, the last fragments of the ghetto wall, Umschlagplatz, Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. The tour ends next to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, which is very convenient if you wish to visit the museum after the tour.
Price of a private tour: 500 PLN per group (no entry tickets included)
We are flexible, so the tour can be adapted to your needs!
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