Become aware of a fascinating story about the people whose dignity has never perished. Creative and brave separately, strong and invincible as a society – the Warsaw Jews.
Our cool and knowledgeable driver-guide will show & tell you about important places for Jewish history in Warsaw. The trip begins with the last remains of the Ghetto wall, a significant symbol of Jewish oppression. You’ll discover the everyday realms of Jewish life thanks to a set of pictures and historical stories. We’ll visit Plac Grzybowski, which is known as the oldest and still functioning Jewish community center in Warsaw, and enter the Nożyk Synagogue. On our way to the place of the fiercest fights during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising – Muranów district – former “Large Ghetto” area, we’ll stop at the Jewish Cemetery. We’ll enter the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, opened in 2013, just by the monument of Warsaw’s Ghetto Heroes and close to the unforgettable Umschlagplatz.
One of the additional attractions will be a tour of the tracks of Władysław Szpilman – the protagonist of Roman Polański movie „the Pianist”, along with stories of the filmmaking. We’ll end our journey with a kosher dinner at Warsaw’s famous kosher restaurant – Tel Aviv. And if you’d like some kosher grocery – we can also take you there during the day!