All prices are per person
A unique tour introducing to the former Jewish Quarter in Krakow’s Kazimierz.
You will follow the history of Jews – since the 15th century when they lived in the Jewish Quarter in Kazimierz until WWII when they had to move to the Ghetto established in Krakow by the Nazis.
For almost seven hundred years the Kazimierz district was inhabited by a large Jewish Community. It was founded as a separate town south east of medieval Krakow where Jews had the right to settle
down. Kazimierz became famous as the Jewish cultural centre. Today it is a central district of Krakow, where you can visit the synagogues, the former main square of the Jewish Quarter and many other interesting places.
This was also here where the Steven Spielberg ‘Schindler’s List’ was filmed in 1993.
Our professional, knowledgable guide will make the history alive for you during about 2,5 hours private walk.
This tour is also a very good option to be combined with the Old Town that can be done on another or even the same day.
If your hotel is situated further from the Jewish District and there is a transfer necessary we charge 50 PLN additionally.