3-Hour Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

  • Tour code: 873-3000
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Krakow, Poland
  • Duration: 3 Hours
From USD$25.35

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The District of Kazimierz is the historical Jewish part of Krakow. Its narrow streets and courts are full of interesting Jewish architecture.

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Adult:$25.35
Child:Free
Student:$25.35
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Krakow
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Day 1 Krakow

Guests will meet at the departure point specified in the "Departure and Return" section below to begin this tour. During the tour, we will explore the former Jewish district of Kazimierz, which today is quickly becoming the center of Krakow's artistic scene, filled with designer cafés. We will learn how Jewish culture flourished here before the invasion of the Nazis and the horrors of the Holocaust. Afterwards, we will continue to the district of Podgorze, where we will see Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory and the surviving remnants of the WWII ghetto. There will also be time for a half-hour coffee break to discuss the social and economical situation of Poland, as well as some funny local stories and legends. Afterwards, the tour will come to an end.

Krakow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region, the city dates back to the 7th century.

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    This sector of Krakow was once the city's Jewish district, center of the the local Hebrew people and culture. Kazimierz is now home to many ethnographic museums that provide detailed information and insights into the area's Jewish history.
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    During World War II and the Holocaust, Nazi Oscar Schindler decided to defy his superiors, risking everything to save the Jews who were forced to work there under him. It is now home to 2 museums.
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    When the Nazis invaded Poland in World War II and began the Holocaust, they moved Krakow's Jewish population to a more-centralized ghetto in this area. This neighborhood is where Oscar Schindler's factory can be visited.

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