The Jewish Tour ends by the Umschlagplatz Memorial at around 3:30 PM.
Jewish Warsaw Free Tour
Did you know that Jews in pre-war Warsaw accounted for over 30% of the city population? Did you know that the inventor of Esperanto lived here? Do you know where the Warsaw Ghetto was? If you’d like to find out, come to our Jewish Warsaw free walking tour! We’ll show you the fascinating yet dramatic story of the Jews in Warsaw and tell you how the present Jewish community is making its way back to Warsaw after all the turbulent times. (And if you knew the answer to all the questions, we guarantee our guides will tell you much more!).
To ensure safe distance and quality experience, our groups are limited to 20 people. We have often fully booked tours so we advise you reserve a spot on our website, especially on weekends.
Reserve your spot:
Myself and my friend went on the tour with guide Beata who was really nice and friendly. The tour was of the Jewish parts of the area and was really informative and interesting. Weather was great which made the tour even better, its a good distance walking so wear comfy shoes. Would recommend just wish we had more time available as I would have liked to have done the WW2 tour also. Thank you Beata.
Me and my boyfriend went to Warsaw for the weekend and we did two different tours – Old Town and Jewish Warsaw. Both guides were very funny and demonstrate great knowledge. They were also helpful after the tours, indicating how can people reach their homes / restaurants / etc.
Our guide, Piotr, was excellent! The 2 hour tour was almost 4 hours. He provided us with shady rest opportunities, photo ops, answers to all questions and personal details from his life. I highly recommend this tour if you want to learn more about the holocaust, Poland, and the Jewish people. Just go to the old town square and look for the umbrella.
I did the Jewish Warsaw tour and would definitely recommend it to fellow travelers. I believe our guide was Magda and she was exceptionally well spoken and knowledgable. The tour covers a broad history of Jewish culture in Warsaw, from early settlements to WWII and modern day. Definitely check out this company!
We did the Jewish Warsaw tour on a freezing cold Saturday afternoon. However, our guide made sure we forget all about the cold and dive into Jewish history instead. The walking helped a lot to get us to warm up and we saw and experienced pieces of Warsaw that we wouldn’t have noticed ourselves. The tour is about 2.5hrs long but really interesting and worth checking out.
Why to pre-book?
- It’s free of charge
- Your reservation guarantees you the spot on our tour
- You will attend the high-quality tour guided by locals
- To ensure safe distance and quality experience, our groups are limited to 20 people
- Where & when does the Jewish Tour end?
- Do you run tours during the winter?
Yes, we do. Please remember to take suitable clothes to winter weather conditions.
- Is it possible to do two tours in one day?
Yes, it is possible. The best combinations are Old Town Tour with World War II Tour on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and Old Town Tour with Jewish Warsaw on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. If you want to go on Best Warsaw Tour and then on Jewish Warsaw or World War II Tour let to know about it the guide on the Best of Warsaw Tour.