Jewish District Kazimierz Walking Tour

Duration - 2h
Start Time - 12 AM
Meeting point - Bon Ami, Kanonicza 11

A specially trained local english speaking guide will tell colorful stories and anecdotes. You will see and hear the story of:

  • The Royal Route,
  • Former suburb of Stradom and the street that was once a river,
  • The home of Mordechaj Gebirtig - a poor craftsman who is also the author of songs and protest songs that are popular worldwide,
  • Szeroka Street, Józefa Street and Jakuba Street where you can feel the atmosphere of post-war Poland,
  • Original places associated with the Jewish Culture Festival,
  • Corpus Christi Basilica,
  • The former Town Hall building,
  • Remains of the medieval defensive walls and historical monuments.
  • The walk will end at 14.00 near the cafe at the Galicja Jewish Museum.

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Itinerary of Jewish District Kazimierz Walking Tour

Meeting Point
The route begins under the Bon Ami cafe on Kanonicza 11 street
Voucher
The voucher does not have to be printed - the guide will have a list of participants and will check if your name is on the list.
The Tour
A professional English speaking guide takes you for 2-hour tour that covers Jewish Quarter
Ending point
The walk will end at 14.00 near the cafe at the Galicja Jewish Museum.

About Jewish District Kazimierz Walking Tour

Kazimierz, once a former city, today one of the districts of Krakow. With its interesting heritage, it is one of the most attractive places to see. Thanks to hundreds of centuries of mixed Polish and Jewish history, Kazimierz is a district where anybody can feel unique.

You will see the synagogues and cemetery and hear all about them; their history as well as legends.

Our tour will also include famous ul. Szeroka, Wolnica Square and Nowy Square that in recent years became epicentre of nightlife in Kazimierz, offering cafes, pubs and famous street food - zapiekanki!