Private tour

Jewish Warsaw Private Tour

Jewish Warsaw Private Tour

From US$ 181.30 per group up to 2

Enjoy this private 3-hour tour which includes a professional guide service, transportation and entrance fees. The unique tour will take you to the most important sights connected with Jewish Heritage.

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Duration 3 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian
Pickup included
Pickup from your hotel.
Wheelchair accessible
Private group


  • Discover the most important sights connected with Jewish Heritage
  • Visit The Umschlagplatz Wall - a memorial wall to symbolize the former Ghetto walls
  • Learn about the most terrible tragedy in history
Full description
With a knowledgeable, experienced guide you will have a unique chance to discover the traces of the second largest Jewish community in the World. This 3-hour tour will take you to the fascinating world of a vibrant, colorful Jewish district. It will also help you to understand the most terrible tragedy in history.  After being picked up from your hotel, you will travel to The Jewish Martyrdom memorial route on Zamenhofa Street and then to the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. On arrival, you will learn about the history of the place and also see Polin Museum, a real modern work of art. Taking a short walk, you will see Mila Street and a bunker where the commander of the Jewish Uprising, Mordechai Anielewicz, committed suicide. After the short ride in the car, you will stop by The Umschlagplatz Wall - a memorial wall to symbolize the former Ghetto walls and commemorate the Nazi victims. After, you will visit The Jewish Cemetery. You will then visit The Old Synagog, the last in Warsaw, a pre-war Jewish house building which survived the 2nd World War. The interiors where changed by the Nazis and used as stables. After the war it was reconstructed. On the way back to your hotel, you will stop by Sienna Street to see and touch part of real wall of the ghetto.   
  • Professional guide services
  • Guides in English, Spanish, Russian, French, Italian, and German
  • Transportation
  • Food and drinks

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Important information

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  • It is important to have appropriate clothing for the weather
  • Please be advised that most of the sights are closed on Saturday because of Sabbath
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October 22, 2018

Product ID: 72025