Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

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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. Founded in 1335 by King Kazimierz the Great, this district used to be a separate city altogether.

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Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

During this tour you will visit to the former Jewish district of Kazimierz - now the artistic centre of Krakow filled with designer café’s. The trendy location surrounded by buildings that witnessed shocking Holocaust history is also the place where before World War II, Jewish culture flourished for centuries and a film set for Steven Spielbergs Oscar winner. Then, we continue to the district of Podgórze to see Schindler's factory and the surviving remnants of the second World War ghetto

Tour in English
everyday 10:00 am


60 PLN per person

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Joy from London

Posted on 22-06-2015

So beautiful

We took that walking tour one spring morning and I must say I liked it much more than the Old Town ;) it's much more laid back, it has a certain vibe to it, the old buildings, small alleys, old-school all makes the atmosphere very special. And you can learn a lot about Jewish culture in Poland. Definitely worth taking the tour, there is so much more to Krakow than just the Old Town!

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