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Jewish Warsaw (by car)

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Warsaw, Poland

  • Activities

    Car Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $190 USD per trip
  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Starting Location

    From your hotel

Highlights

  • Jewish Cementary in Warsaw
  • Nozyk Synagogue
  • Ghetto Wall
  • Umschlagplatz Wall
  • Monumet to the Ghetto Heroes

Trip Info

Jewish heritage – one of the most imporant parts of the Warsaw history. All of you heard of the local ghetto and of its heroic uprising during WWII, and some might have also seen “The Pianist” movie. Nevertheless, Warsaw Jewish Stories are not only about the war and Holocaust. For ages, Jewish people had been recognized as influential merchants and talented craftsmen in Warsaw. During our tour I will show you the old, forgotten Jewish streets, once filled with stalls and workshops. Religious life was also very important for the Jewish society in old Warsaw. Therefore, you are going to see famous Nozyk Synagogue on Grzybowski sq. (the one and only that miraculously survived WWII), as well as the locations and some remains of other prayer houses.Next stop is Warsaw Jewish Cemetery “Powazki”, which history dates back to the nineteenth century. You will see there a big number of amazing sculptures, monuments and memorials devoted to Warsaw Jewish heroes and personalities (Korczak, Edelman, Zamenhoff and others). Jewish Martydrom path will obviously not be skipped. You will follow the footsteps of Mordehai Anielewicz – commander of the Ghetto Uprising, and one of the models for “Inglorious Basterds” characters ; Janusz Korczak – Jewish doctor and writer who accompanied children from the orphanage he run to the last trip in their lives, when they were transported to the death camp (KL Treblinka) together. Such places as Umschlagplatz Wall, Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, and Anielewicz’s bunker must be seen as well. In the end, you will have an opportunity to look at the last remains of the Ghetto wall.

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