Private Jewish Warsaw

Private & Custom Tours in Tatras

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Before WW II, in Warsaw used to live almost 350 thousands Jewish inhabitants. Although their heritage was almost annihilated by the Nazis in 1944 when almost all Warsaw was destroyed, there are still several places where you can experience Jewish history. During this tour we will visit all these places and explain what was the Ghetto, how people survived, how the area was rebuild after the War. After the tour we can finish in Polin - Jewish Museum where guests can visit the exhibition with a local guide or guide system. Programme: Grzybowski Square, the last street of Jewish Ghetto, Nożyk Synagogue- The last piece of Ghetto Wall- Muranów district- Monument of Ghetto Heroes - Museum of the history of polish Jews- Zamenhofa Street - Mila Street - Umschlagplatz
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Adventure Warsaw, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central PolandBefore WW II, in Warsaw used to live almost 350 thousands Jewish inhabitants. Although their heritage was almost annihilated by the Nazis in 1944 when almost all Warsaw was destroyed, there are still several places where you can experience Jewish history. During this tour we will visit all these places and explain what was the Ghetto, how people survived, how the area was rebuild after the War. After the tour we can finish in Polin - Jewish Museum where guests can visit the exhibition with a local guide or guide system. Programme: Grzybowski Square, the last street of Jewish Ghetto, Nożyk Synagogue- The last piece of Ghetto Wall- Muranów district- Monument of Ghetto Heroes - Museum of the history of polish Jews- Zamenhofa Street - Mila Street - UmschlagplatzDuration: 3 hours

What’s included

  • Private transportation

What’s not included

  • Tickets to Polin Museum- 25 pln per person
  • Guide in Polin- 300 pln
  • Audio guide- 10 pln per person
  • Entry/Admission - Adventure Warsaw
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