Before WW II Warsaw had one of the greatest number of Jewish inhabitants in the world. Although their heritage was almost destroyed by the Nazi, Warsaw still has many visible traces of Jewish culture and history. During the tour you will see the Monument to Warsaw Ghetto Heroes that expresses the tragedy of the Ghetto, Zamenhoffa Street, Mila Street (including the bunker where Mordechai Anielewicz, commander of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising committed suicide), the Umschlagplatz Wall (the place from which trains set off for the concentration camps), the Nozyks’ Synagogue (the only synagogue in Warsaw open to the general public), the Jewish Theatre (the only professional Yiddish-language theater in Europe), the Jewish Cemetery (where creator of Esperanto Zamenhoff is buried), and Janusz Korczak’s Orphanage.
Duration: 3 hours, anytime upon request throughout the year. It includes professional guide service, an air-conditioned car, VAT. (it excludes entrance fee to the Jewish cemetery - approx 3 USD/person).
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
The price includes transport with Mercedes E-class, driver, an expert English-speaking guide, entrance fee to Jewish Cemetery, VAT.
The price can get as low as US$ 30 for groups of 9 and more people.
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