Tour of the Warsaw Ghetto

Get to know the turbulent history of the establishment and liquidation of the largest ghetto in Europe. See the real places where the final solution plan has been put into practice

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Discover Warsaw Ghetto Remains & History Bike Tour

The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest Jewish ghetto created by the Nazis during the Second World War in Europe. Approximately 460 000 Jews were separated from the rest of the city. Around 100,000 people died from hunger. Approximately 300 000 ghetto residents were killed in gas chambers in Treblinka in the summer of 1942. On the 19th of April 1943, Jewish Combat Organizations started an uprising known as Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. During that tour you will see the ghetto remains and monuments and also historical buidlings related to the Jewish history and culture before the war. Because this area is very big, we use Veturilo city bikes. This way we are able to cover much more.

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Private Tour: Warsaw Ghetto with a local Historian

I was born and raised in a former territory of Warsaw Jewish Ghetto. I know every single corner of that district and I feel it is my legacy to present the history in the way it was. I am full of respect to all the history facts and I am presenting them with devotion and passion. My aim is to tell you how it was.

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Warsaw: Jewish Ghetto Private Walking Tour - True History

We prepared with high precision and special for you special unique program of tour. During this tour we will deliver you a big portion of knowledge about Jewish history and culture. Also you will experience the life of Jews in authentic remains of Jewish Ghetto. So you can explore Jewish culture and as well compared how it looks like especially in Poland. You will be led by licensed guide who has many-years of experience and they are the best in all country! All of it will make this tour very unforgettable.

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Private Tour: Warsaw's Jewish Heritage by Retro Fiat

Trace the story of Warsaw’s Jewish community on this 4-hour private tour, by chauffeured vintage Fiat 125p. With insightful running commentary from your driver-guide, board your car and explore the World War II Jewish Ghetto district to visit the Ghetto Wall, Nożyk Synagogue, Jewish Cemetery and, if you wish, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Ask to see any places of particular interest, savor onboard snacks, and stop on route to enjoy an optional Jewish meal at a traditional restaurant (own expense). This private tour ensures the full attention of your guide.

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Segway Tour of Warsaw: 3-Hour Full Guided Tour

Hop aboard your own personal Segway for a 3-hour small-group romp through Warsaw's historic highlights, led by a certified local tour guide. You'll see the Presidential Palace, Royal Castle, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Multimedia Fountain Park, Saxon Garden, St. John's Cathedral, the site of the Nazi-era Jewish Ghetto, and more.

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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.

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Jewish Warsaw private tour

During this tour I will show you places where Jews, who before WWII made 30% of the whole population of Warsaw, lived and perished during the holocaust. You can still see preserved remnants of former ghetto walls, installation showing the bridge connecting small and big ghetto, monuments to Warsaw ghetto heroes, Umschlagplatz, from which Warsaw Jews were deported to Treblinka extermination camp in 1942, still functioning Jewish cemetery and Nozyk synagogue, the only one which survived the war. We shall also see Jewish Historical Institute, prewar Judaistic Library, and recently opened Museum of the History of Polish Jews, called Polin. After the tour with me you can explore the exhibition on your own or taking audioguide (10$).

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Jewish heritage in Warsaw

This tour focuses on visiting places connected with lasting for centuries Jewish presence in Poland. You can see still functioning Jewish cemetery; Nozyk Synagogue which survived WWII; remaining part of the ghetto wall; installation of the bridge connecting small and big ghetto; Umschlagplatz memorial at the former station from which Jews were deported to the death camp; Rappaport monument dedicated to heroes of the ghetto; and recently opened Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Also visit Jewish Historical Institute in original building of former Judaistic Library with newly arranged exhibition. In Prague site (across the Vistula river) we can see pre-war mykveh, former nursery and shelter for Jewish children, and Jewish students' dormitory. Stroll along unchanged streets where "The Pianist", film by Polanski was made.

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Private Jewish Warsaw tour

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

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