Jewish Quarter and Podgorze with Private Guide

  • Old synagogue in jewish district of Krakow – Kazimierz, Poland
  • Star of David on the stone wall
  • St. Jozef Church – Poland Krakow Podgorze
  • Ghetto Heroes Square in Krakow, Poland. The chair is a monument of Ghetto Heroes and expresses the tragedy of the Jews in Ghetto.

We invite you for an unforgettable walk through a charming Cracow’s district – Kazimierz. It was once a separate royal city founded by King Casimir III the Great in the fourteenth century. For centuries it was shaped by a Christian-Jewish neighborhood. Today Kazimierz sets Cracow apart from other cities with its lively cultural and artistic life. That i why it has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Our guides would like to share their knowledge about the history and culture of Kazimierz. Let them draw you to their passion for this unique place.
The history of Kazimierz is also connected with another district – Podgórze, which became part of Cracow in the early 20th century. These districts are strongly connected with the fate of the Jews in Cracow. During the Second World War in Podgórze district there was a Jewish ghetto, the Nazi concentration camp “Płaszów” and Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Wreck Factory, whose history was filmed by Steven Spielberg. Today it’s a dynamically developing district of Cracow with historical tenement houses, parks, MOCAK’s modern art museum and the Schindler’s Factory Museum to visit. The whole route can be modified following your expectations.

Ask for the traditional jewish music concert. After our walk you can take part in one of amazing concerts in small charming restaurant. The Jewish district of Kazimierz in Krakow has been the home of the city’s traditional klezmer scene. The concerts offer a unique possibility of meeting the Jewish culture and tradition at its very source.

You will see:
Szeroka street
Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery
Old Synagogue
Izaak Synagogue
Tempel Synagogue
Corpus Christi Basilica
St. Catherine’s Church
St. Stanislaus Church at Skałka
Schindler’s Factory
Ghetto Heroes’ Square
The church of Saint John Joseph
Remnants of the Jewish Ghetto

Duration depends on your expectations. Take your time. Walk into church or museum and decide which one is your favorite. Stop for a cup of coffee when you wish

Included:
Your private guide with preferred language

Not included:
Meal price (optional) – during your trip we offer time for lunch break in a typical Polish cuisine restaurant
Entrance tickets

9:00

Meeting with your guide

11:00

End of tour

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