Your tour begins at Miodowa 16 in Kazimierz, Krakow’s Jewish Quarter at 11am, when you’ll greet your guide and begin your journey into Poland’s Jewish heritage. As you weave your way through the Jewish Quarter’s narrow streets and cobbled squares, your guide reveals tragic tales of the Holocaust and uplifting stories of bravery and survival.
Visit Europe’s largest synagogue complex, stroll around Nowy Square, recognize setting used in Steven Spielberg’s hit movie, Schindler’s List, and see the remnants of the ghetto wall, market by a commemorative plaque dedicated to Jews sent to concentration camps by the Nazis.
See, too, the Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery, and stroll past the kosher restaurants and buzzing cafes of Szeroka Street, the Jewish Quarter’s spiritual center.
Conclude your tour at the Oskar Schindler Factory, the eponymous factory owned by the WWII philanthropist. Bid your guide farewell here and opt to head inside at your own expense.