A Walk in Kazimierz -

Jewish Quarter Tour

 

Join us as we delve into the 700-year-old history of Kazimierz. From its roots as an independent Royal City to its irrevocable link to Jewish life in Poland.

 

In this 2.5 hour tour, we will visit the Old Synagogue at the heart of the Jewish quarter and discuss the Nazi occupation during World War Two, as well as visit the site of the former ghetto and the Ghetto Heroes memorial. You will also learn about Kazimierz since the war; it’s communist history and then get to see how this once forgotten part of Krakow is now revived with street art and street food at every turn. No trip to Krakow is complete without a visit to the Jewish Quarter.

  • Visit Krakow's Old Synagogue

  • History of Kazimierz

  • Jewish Quarter

  • Jan Karski Bench (the man who tried to stop the Holocaust)

  • Discuss the Nazi Occupation

  • Street Art Murals

  • Podgorze

  • The Krakow Ghetto

  • Heroes Square

We meet in front of St.Mary's Church every day at 11:30 am and  3:30 pm. Look out for our guides with the blue umbrellas.

Start Time: 11:30 am and 3:30 pm

 

Availability: 3:30 pm every day, 11:30 Thursday to Saturday

Duration: 2.5 hours

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