Jewish Warsaw

Get to know 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 knowledgeable driver-guide will show you around and tell you about important places for Jewish history in Warsaw. The tour begins with the last remains of the Ghetto wall, significant symbol of Jewish oppression. You will discover the everyday realities of Jewish life thanks to a set of pictures and historical stories. We willl visit Grzybowski Square, which is known as the oldest and still functioning Jewish community center in Warsaw, and enter the Nożyks’ 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. The tour may end at Museum of the History of Polish Jews, just by the monument of Warsaw’s Ghetto Heroes and close to the not to be forgotten Umschlagplatz.

*Our tours have a goal to be something special. They combine intelligible history class with unknown anecdotes related with Warsaw.