City Walking Tour Kazimierz Jewish Quarter
You can expect
Get to know Krakow’s Jewish and World War II history on a walking tour of Kazimierz, the historically Jewish section of the city.
- Learn the history of the Jewish in Krakow and the events of World War II in the city
- See the most popular synagogues
- See Oskar Schindler’s enamelware factory, which saved many Jewish lives during WWII
- 3-hour walking tour of Kazimierz in Krakow
- Small-group tour with maximum 20 people provides a more personalized experience
This might be your next stop after Auschwitz-Birkenau Tour on WWII map. Make your way to Krakow Old Town and meet your guide at St Adalbert Church, where your walking tour starts.
A walk with a guide will allow you to discover the two faces of Kazimierz: on the one hand, a district vibrant with life, with a plethora of cafes and restaurants; on the other hand, the witness of the tragic events of the past. The visited places are remnants of the Jewish history and witnesses to the Holocaust. Visitors are also taken to the other bank of the river where the remnants of the ghetto and the Emalia Factory, known from Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List, have been preserved.
Your tour ends here and does not include a visit inside the museum, but you may enter it at your own expense after the tour, if you wish.
Participants should take an umbrella or a raincoat on rainy or snowy days. Please present your printed voucher to the tour guide at the start of the trip.
Local English speaking guide
Entrance fees to city sights, drinks
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