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3-Hour Private Walking Tour of Jewish Heritage in Warsaw

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Learn about Warsaw's Jewish heritage through a guided walking tour and see attractions like the iconic pre-war Nozyk Synagogue and more.


  • Take a walking tour of the Muranów district and discover the city's longstanding Jewish history with an English-speaking guide.

  • Explore the WWII Jewish Ghetto area, the largest of the Nazi ghettos, and learn about the only surviving Jewish house of prayer – the Nozyk Synagogue.

  • Cover historic sites like the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943, and the Gesiowka concentration camp.

  • Did you know? The Nazis established the largest European ghetto in Warsaw where 375,000 Jews lived before the war – about 30% of the city’s total population.


  • 3-hr WWII Jewish Ghetto area walking tour

  • Expert English-speaking guide


  • Entry to POLIN Museum

Cancellation policy

You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Walk Through Jewish Streets & Monuments

With your knowledgeable guide, begin your journey at Prozna Street, the sole remaining street of the former Warsaw Ghetto featuring 4 tenement houses. Discover important sites of the former Jewish district including the Nozyk Synagogue, Ghetto wall remnants, unique Jewish tenement houses on Walicow Street, and Chłodna Street, known for its 'Bridge of Sighs'. Don't miss Ludwik Zamenhof Street, named after the inventor of Esperanto, and the Route Recalling the Martyrdom and Struggle of the Jews. It's marked by blocks of black stone and monuments to those who fought in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

Visit A Concentration Camp & Memorial

Explore a former Jewish orphanage and its founder's monument and the Gesiowka concentration camp where almost 5,000 Jews of Greek, French, and Hungarian origins were transported to Auschwitz. The Ghetto Heroes Monument, constructed from rocks meant for Hitler's victory monuments, stands in front of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (POLIN). Marvel at the double meaning of the museum's name and gain an understanding of the incredible resilience and courage memorialized before you.


  • Prozna Street

  • Grzybowski Square

  • Nozyk Synagogue

  • Ghetto Wall

  • Zamenhof Street

  • Gesiowka concentration camp

  • The Ghetto Heroes Monument

  • POLIN Museum (from the outside)

Important Information

  • It's recommended to wear comfortable shoes and dress accordingly to the weather.
  • Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.

  • Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.

  • Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the scheduled time of your tour to avoid any delays.

Meeting Point

  • Meet your guide at Próżna 14.

  • Address: Próżna 14, 00-107 Warszawa, Poland.

  • The guide will be waiting at the intersection of Prozna Street and Grzybowski Square.

Get Directions to the Meeting Point

Getting There

By Bus

  • The closest bus stop is Pl. Grzybowski 03. It is a quick 3-minute walk to the meeting point.

  • Board bus #106 to get you there.

By Tram

  • The closest tram station is Rondo ONZ 04. It is a quick 8-minute walk to the meeting point.

  • Board trams 17 or 33 to get you there.

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