Warsaw Jewish Tour

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Prices include guiding and transportation, but exclude admissions fees and tips. It's usually necessary to pay admission fees in cash in local currency.
Duration: 3 hours

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Before the Second World War 30% of Warsaw’s population was Jewish. At the time there were about 400 synagogues in the city. All of them were destroyed by the Nazis to celebrate the defeat of the Ghetto Uprising. Today there is only one synagogue left in Warsaw.
Walking on the right side on the river you can come to the Jewish district Praga (Prague). Today you still can sense the atmosphere of Jewish Warsaw before the war. On the left side of the river used to be the Ghetto. Today you can see there some monuments commemorating the tragic history of Jews in Warsaw. At Umschlagplatz you can see also the memorial raised at the very spot where Warsaw Jews were gathered to the concentration camp at Treblinka.

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