Jewish Warsaw - private tour by retro minibus
Tour the city of Warsaw inside retro minibus to get a good look at the artefacts, relics and remainings of the Jewish culture here. Warsaw was the biggest Jewish city in pre-war Europe and second on the planet, just after NYC. There is not much left of it but not everything is gone. From many places en route especially worth mentioning are Grzybowski Sq. with Prozna st., the last piece of the ghetto wall, Umschlagplatz, Mila 18, POLIN museum neighbourhood and Korczak monument. Visit in the Synagogue and Cemetery is optional. Many things on this private tour are up to you but when it comes to preparation, experience and historical knowledge you can rely on the guide.
Our tour covers all of the important sites from Jewish Ghetto, the story of Ghetto Uprising in 1943, main scenes like the Warsaw Ghetto Heroes memorial as well as the places which regular tours never visit.