Krakow: Jewish Quarter and "Schindler's List" Walking Tour
- Explore Kazimierz, Krakow's Jewish Quarter that’s becoming the artistic center of the city
- See Podgorze, the World War II ghetto area and home to Schindler’s factory
- Visit Jewish memorial sites and synagogues
Before World War II, Jewish culture flourished in this neighborhood for centuries. Steven Spielberg filmed scenes from his Oscar award winning-movie Schindler’s List here.
You’ll continue on to the district of Podgórze to see Oskar Schindler's factory and the remnants of the World War II ghetto that have survived.
In Kazimierz you’ll visit Wolnica Square, the former Jewish district with its synagogues, and the old meat market. In Podgórze district you’ll see the main square of the former ghetto, the remains of the ghetto wall, and Oscar Schindler's factory.
Afterwards you’ll have time for a half-hour coffee break to discuss the rebirth of the Jewish quarter, and hear about local legends and customs.
- Guided walking tour
- Admission ticket to Schindler's factory
- Food and beverages