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Warsaw: Jewish Heritage 4-Hour Private Tour

Product ID: 26238
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Visit the old Jewish neighborhoods of Warsaw and learn about the history and traditions of Poland’s Jews. Discover the part they played in resisting the Final Solution and see the Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto, Kirkut and more.
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Duration: 4 hours
Starting times 9:00 AM, 2:00 PM
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  • Explore the Old Jewish Quarter of Warsaw
  • See the Synagogue and Kirkut (cemetery)
  • Discover many sites connected with the rich history and traditions of Polish Jews
  • Learn more about the history and traditions of the Jews in Poland
  • Go to the melancholic Umschlagplatz where the city's Jews were loaded onto cattle wagons and taken to the labor camps
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Enjoy a half-day tour of Jewish Warsaw and see the most important sights related to the history of the community. During the 4-hour tour, your private guide will explain the huge influence the Jews played in the history of the Polish capital. From the 11th century until the beginning of World War 2, Poland was known as the cultural and spiritual centre of European Jews, and before the war only New York had a larger Jewish population than Warsaw in the entire world.

Highlights of Jewish Warsaw include the remnants of the Ghetto wall, Nozyk Synagogue, and former Jewish Street. Go to the famous Okopowa Street Jewish Cemetery, one of the largest Kirkuts (Jewish cemeteries) in Europe. See monuments that commemorate the martyrdom of Jews during World War 2. And go to the Umschlagplatz, where some 300,000 of the city’s Jews were put onto cattle wagons bound for the concentration camps.

Learn about the Ghetto Uprising of 1943, when a few hundred brave Jews stood up to the heavy artillery and dive bombers of the Nazis. The Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto, built by sculptor Nathan Rappaport in 1948, pays fitting tribute to these resistance fighters and the spirit of the Jews who made one last desperate fight against the horror of the Holocaust.
  • Tour guide
  • Transportation during the tour
What’s Not Included
  • Entrance fee to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (EUR 6,50 per person)

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The Museum of the History of Polish Jews is closed on Tuesdays.
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From US$ 211.36 US$ 190.23 Per group up to 3

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Product ID: 26238