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  1. Poland
  2. Lesser Poland
  3. Krakow
  4. Krakow Jewish Ghetto

Krakow: Witness to WWII Walking Tour

Product ID: 216120
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Get to know the history of the Polish Jewish community, their lives in the district of Kazimierz, the tragedies of the ghettos and the genocides that took place in the Plaszow concentration camp.
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Duration: 3 hours
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  • Walk through the narrow streets of Kazimierz and Podgórze
  • Get to know the history of Polish Jewish community and their everyday lives in the Krakow Ghetto
  • Learn about the atrocities that happened in a spirit of education and remembrance
Full description
The Holocaust, which took place a mere 80 years ago, left its marks on Krakow. Join this tour where a local guide will show you a route that will help you understand the reality of living in General Government, the Jewish district, the ghetto, as well as the not so well-known and visited Krakow concentration camp.

Researching and remembering the past in order to build a safer future is the goal of this tour. As said by one of the prisoners of the camp: “it happened, so it could happen again…it could happen anywhere." Take some time for remembrance with this educational, historical and important tour. 
  • English-speaking guide
What’s Not Included
  • Tips (optional)

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Meeting point

At the Jewish Museum Galicja, Dajwór 18, Krakow.

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  • Comfortable shoes
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Please be prepared for weather changes.
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Product ID: 216120