Warsaw - Poland
Walking tour around Jewish Warsaw and its history
Before WW II, Warsaw had one of the greatest numbers of Jewish inhabitants in the World.
Our walking tour in Warsaw gives you the opportunity to understand and see the history and culture of Polish Jews.
During the tour, you will see:
Umschlagplatz: The form Nazi holding area that is now a monument to commemorate the sad events that took place there;
The Memorial of the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto;
The Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute: A research foundation in Warsaw, dedicated to the history of Jews in Poland
The Nozyk Synagogue: the only surviving synagogue from pre-WW II in Warsaw;
The Janusz Korczak Monument that commemorates Warsaw’s famous Polish-Jewish educator & author;
And The Warsaw Ghetto Walls
Join our walking tour to see and understand the history that defines Warsaw