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Jewish Warsaw | Public Walking Tour

Price EUR 15 Fri | Sat | Sun | 2 PM - 4 PM
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Jewish Warsaw | Public Walking Tour

EUR 15 per person
Friday / Saturday / Sunday

15 € per person

jewish-warsaw-public-tourBook a public guided tour of Warsaw’s Jewish Heritage.

What are public tours?
These are guided tours for a small price per person with a licensed city guide. Unlike private tours, anyone can join, but group sizes are limited to 30 people. In addition, the starting and ending points as well as the duration are predetermined.
Friday | Saturday | Sunday
Start time
2 PM
2,5 hours
4,6 km
English or German

What you will visit

W arsaw was the cultural capital of Judaism in the world in 1939. With 390 thousand Jews, the Jewish community in Warsaw was the largest in Europe and the second largest in the world (only in New York lived more Jews). The Nazi reign of terror resulted in the complete annihilation of Jewish culture in Poland and Warsaw. But important voices survived who were able to lift the heavy legacy. We would like to tell this story, which continues to this day. The walking tour takes place throughout the area of the former Warsaw ghetto. Here is what the guide will show you on the tour:

  • steel plates showing the boundary of the ghetto wall
  • a piece of the ghetto wall that has become part of a new building
  • Monument to the wooden bridge that connected the small ghetto with the large one
  • Monument and story about Irena Sendlerova
  • Prefabricated housing estate on the site of the Great Ghetto
  • Monument to the Heroes of the 1943 Jewish Uprising, where Chancellor Willy Brandt knelt in 1970
  • Umschlagplatz | assembly point for the transports to the Treblinka extermination camp
  • The POLIN Jewish Museum

Meeting point

Address: Plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warszawa

Meeting point is in front of the main entrance of the 237 m high Palace of Culture, accessible from Marszalkowska Street.

The city guide has a white umbrella!

This is your city guide


Your guide Antoni

Antoni is the founder of this tourism portal and has been a licensed city guide since 2013. He was born in Poland in 1984 and grew up in Germany. After studying law in Bielefeld, he moved to Warsaw in 2012 and immediately dedicated himself to tourism. German and Polish are his mother tongues. In 2017, he finally founded his own tourism company, Walking Poland Group.

He says about himself that his Polish heart pumps blood into the German brain. His Polish and German perspectives mix and complement each other to form an overall picture full of interesting conclusions, which he is happy to pass on to his guests.

On his city tours, he enjoys talking to the tourists and is very grateful for every unexpected question.

You do not have a bank card?

You don’t have a bank card with which you can make the card payment? Send us a message! We will find a way out.

Do you have pre-booking questions?

You are not sure if this tour is the right one for you or you still need clarification? Then write us a message, call us directly or leave your phone number and we will get back to you! Please use the contact form below.

We also use WhatsApp (+48 507 980 921)

Cancellation policy

You will receive a full refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the start of the booked service.
Cancellations can be made
by phone +48 507 980 921 (mob/SMS/WhatsApp)
via e-mail to
In case of no-show, the full price will be charged.

More public tours?

Fri | Sat | Sun | 2 PM - 4 PM
  • Category
  • Meeting point
    Main entrance of the Palace of Culture | Plac Defilad 1
  • Maximum group size
  • Highlights
    Palace of Culture, Kulturpalast, boundary of the ghetto marked with steel plates, Janusz Korczak Monument, Plac Grzybowski, Nozyki Synagogue, Remains of the Ghetto Wall, Wooden Bridge between the Small and the Large Ghetto (Monument), Monument to the Heroes of the 1943 Jewish Uprising, Karski Monument
  • Wheelchair accessibility


    Do you have a question about the overview? Send us a message! We are happy to help.