Before the war, there were 65 thousand Jews living side by side among the inhabitants of Krakow as their neighbours and fellow citizens. Nowadays, the community numbers among its members less than 500 people. But the memory, Jewish traditions, and the unique, historic quarter of Kazimierz remained, surviving the tragic times of war and homicide. Today, the district is alive with multicultural, artistic atmosphere, where each and every alley hides an interesting shop, a café, or one of the seven remaining synagogues, each completely different and special in its character. Among them, you will find, for example, the modest Remuh synagogue – one that is still open and functioning, as well as the ornate, colourful Tempel synagogue, with its characteristic stained-glass windows, where many concerts and cultural events are held.We would like to invite you on this fascinating walk along the paths of Jewish history and traditions, but with the vibe of contemporary atmosphere of Kazimierz.