- 3-hour walking tour of Kazimierz in Krakow
- Learn the history of the Jewish in Krakow and the events of World War II in the city
- See synagogues like Old Synagogue, which survived the war, plus Christian sights like Skalka
- Hear about Steven Spielberg’s filming of Schindler’s List in Kazimierz
- See Oskar Schindler’s enamelware factory, which saved many Jewish lives during WWII
What You Can Expect
Home to a large Jewish community from the 1300s to World War II, the landscape of Kazimierz changed drastically during the Holocaust, when the community disappeared as a result of mass deportations. Study the surviving architecture as you walk with your guide, including the High Synagogue and Old Synagogue, and see the area's remaining testaments to the residents who once flourished there.
Conclude your tour with a stop at Oskar Schindler’s factory, where many Jewish lives were saved during WWII. Today the factory has been renovated into a museum dedicated to the stories and history of the lives lost. Your tour ends in front of the museum, where you can continue exploring on your own.
Friendly and informative guide. The tour met our expectations really well. Finishing at the Oskar Schindler museum gave us an opportunity to look around afterwards on our own and we returned to Kazimierz afterwards for a delicious lunch. A great tour.
I booked this tour prior to us travelling thinking it would be a great start to our 4 day break to get our bearings and I wasn't dissapointed. It was even better than anticipated as it was just myself, my husband and our tour guide Sylvia which was just perfect...Would highly recommend, Thank you.
This tour was interesting in that it gave an insightful look at the Kazimierz area of Krakow. The guide was knowledgeable and interesting.
Great insight into the ghetto's and the surrounding area of the Jewish quarters in Kazimierz that included a visit to Schindlers factory. Entry is free on the second Monday of each month note, entry is not included in the tour. We decided to go into the factory which is now a magnificent museum that holds invaluable material about the Holocaust and events leading up to the Second World War. Worth a visit a truly fantastic exhibition.
Excellent your guide. Lots of great information
Fantastic! The guide was excellent, with great knowledge in the history of the city, the country, the war and the life of the Jewish people in Poland, and was also very kind.
Top guide, the best!
Knew everything that was thrown at him, gave great tips!!
Pamela J USA
Very thorough tour! About 6 miles of walking is required so be ready for that.
Very good - guide was very informative and the tour was well organised.
I'm sure the tour would be great. Unfortunately my 82 year old aunt was not able to do the tour so we had to cancel.