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Traces of Jewish Culture from Krakow

Traces of Jewish Culture from Krakow - Kraków, Poland
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Kraków, Poland

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Explore Krakow’s rich Jewish heritage and culture on a 4-hour minivan and walking tour with an expert guide. Jews comprised a quarter of Krakow’s population before World War II, and its Kazimierz district was the center of Jewish life ... More info ›

Explore Krakow’s rich Jewish heritage and culture on a 4-hour minivan and walking tour with an expert guide. Jews comprised a quarter of Krakow’s population before World War II, and its Kazimierz district was the center of Jewish life. Explore this now resurgent area as your guide charts its prewar and wartime days and how Steven Spielberg used it as a backdrop for his movie ‘Schindler’s List.’ View the Old Synagogue, and Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery, and visit Oscar Schindler’s Factory museum to learn about Krakow’s and its Jews’ darkest hours.

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Stop At: Cracow Tours, ul. Krupnicza 3, Krakow 31-123 Poland

Situated by the Vistula river, Krakow is the cradle of Polish culture anda characteristic urban phenomenon. It is the former capital of Poland, the place of coronation and later the burial ground of almost all Polish monarchs. For a long time it has been attracting scholars with the oldest university in the country, artists with the cultural climate and pilgrims with the sanctuaries and holy relics. Since the beginning, Kraków has also been enticing tourists with its atmosphere, monuments, and recently also the memory of Pope John Paul II.

The legendary founder of the city was Prince Krak, the vanquisher of the Wawel Dragon (the effigy of the beast stands at the foot of Wawel Hill). Remnants of the oldest history of the city have been preserved in two mounds dating from the 7th century called the Wanda and Krak mounds. The first historical information about Krakow is contained in a 10th-century note of Ibrahim ibn Jakub. In the book of Muhammad al-Idrisi (dating from the 12th century) Krakow is described as a “beautiful and large city with many houses, residents, markets, vineyards and gardens.” At the beginning of the 12th century Gallus Anonymous depicted

Krakow as a thriving metropolis and wrote in his Chronicles: “Krakow, the capital city, excels all Polish cities.” Krakow was founded according to the Magdeburg law (by Bolesław V the Chaste) on the 5 June 1257. district) was inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage

Sites in 1978 as the first of its kind.It is important for the residents of Krakow to cultivate their traditions such as the annual nativity crib contest or the Lajkonik wandering in the octave of the

Corpus Christi (June) from Zwierzyniec to the Main Market Square.

Among the many eminent people connected to Krakow are the Pope John Paul II; the Nobel Prize poets Czesław Miłosz and Wislawa Szymborska; the founder of the avant-garde theatre Cricot-2, Tadeusz Kantor; the playwright Stanisław Mrozek; Stanislaw Lem – the legend of Polish fantasy writing; Stanislaw Wyspianski – a painter, poet, playwright, designer and the author of works such as the stained glass decorating the Franciscan Church; and Dr. Feliks “Manggha” Jasinski– the benefactor of the Japanese collection displayed currently in the Manggha Centre of Japanese Art and Technology funded by Andrzej Wajda.

Duration: 3 days

Stop At: Kazmierz The Former Jewish District, Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053 Poland

Once independent, the city situated south of Wawel was the hub of Jewish life in Kraków for centuries, and today it is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the city.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Old Synagogue (Stara Synagoga), ul. Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053 Poland

Standing on Szeroka Street Street, known not only as the stage of the final concert of the Jewish Culture Festival but also as the centuries-old centre of Jewish life in Kazimierz, is one of the oldest synagogues in Poland preserved in such a good condition.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Remuh Synagogue (Synagoga Remuh), ul. Szeroka 40, Krakow 31-053 Poland

The smallest of the seven synagogues of Kraków, it has long contrasted with the others due to its decidedly more modest decor. After the renovation completed in April 2016, it became the main site of prayer for the members of the Jewish community in Kraków.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Szeroka Street, ul. Szeroka, Krakow Poland

Szeroka Street is the heart of Jewish Kazimierz. Let a testimony to its significance be the fact that four synagogues used to stand on the street, which was unheard of anywhere else in Europe.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: The Ghetto Heroes Square, Plac Bohaterow Getta, Krakow Poland

Situated in the Podgórze district, which in 1941 was turned into the Krakow Ghetto, the former Plac Zgody [Concord Square] was designated 'Umschlagplatz' under the Nazi occupation, the place where the Jews had to congregate to be deported.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Apteka pod Orlem - Ghetto Eagle Pharmacy Museum, pl. Bohaterow Getta 18, Krakow 30-547 Poland

Tadeusz Pankiewicz could not possibly have foreseen while taking over his father’s pharmacy that he would make history together with the enterprise.

Stop At: Muzeum Krakowa, oddzial Fabryka Emalia Oskara Schindlera, ul. Lipowa 4, Krakow 30-702 Poland

Where the tumultuous history of a world war meets everyday life, and private lives – a tragedy that affected the whole world.

Duration: 1 hour

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Essentials of Warsaw - Private Tour

Essentials of Warsaw - Private Tour - Warsaw, Poland

Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Warsaw, Poland

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$195.44

A perfect introduction to Warsaw's most significant heritage - including visits to:
- Lazienki Royal Park - the residence of the last king of Poland, with an area dedicated to composer Frederic Chopin
- Old Town - reconstructed, medieval district of Warsaw, with the Royal Castle and charming, narrow streets
- WW2 related places - area of the Ghetto of Warsaw

The visit includes parts done by walk & by car, so please be prepared for a moderate physical activity.

The Essentials of Warsaw - Private Tour is the best way for discovering Warsaw's heritage for those who are short on time. The tour can begin and end in any centrally located hotel, at the train station or at the Frederic Chopin's airport - depending on the client's needs. 

The tour includes most popular points of interest located within the city center of Warsaw (order of the visits depends on the starting point):
-> Old Town and New Town - fully reconstructed districts that teach us about Warsaw's past - its royal times, when commercial activities were blooming in the area
-> Lazienki Royal Park - one of the biggest green areas of Warsaw, full of histories related to its most prominent owner - king Stanislaw Poniatowski, with a square dedicated to Frederic Chopin - polish most well known pianist & composer
-> areas of the Ghetto of Warsaw - with its stories related to WW2 and nazi occupation of Warsaw

A perfect introduction to Warsaw's most significant heritage - including visits to:
- Lazienki Royal Park - the residence of the last king of Poland, with an area dedicated to composer Frederic Chopin
- Old Town - reconstructed, medieval district of Warsaw, with the Royal Castle and charming, narrow streets
- WW2 related places - area of the Ghetto of Warsaw

The visit includes parts done by walk & by car, so please be prepared for a moderate physical activity.

The Essentials of Warsaw - Private Tour is the best way for discovering Warsaw's heritage for those who are short on time. The tour can begin and end in any centrally located hotel, at the train station or at the Frederic Chopin's airport - depending on the client's needs. 

The tour includes most popular points of interest located within the city center of Warsaw (order of the visits depends on the starting point):
-> Old Town and New Town - fully reconstructed districts that teach us about Warsaw's past - its royal times, when commercial activities were blooming in the area
-> Lazienki Royal Park - one of the biggest green areas of Warsaw, full of histories related to its most prominent owner - king Stanislaw Poniatowski, with a square dedicated to Frederic Chopin - polish most well known pianist & composer
-> areas of the Ghetto of Warsaw - with its stories related to WW2 and nazi occupation of Warsaw

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The Highlights of the Old Town of Kraków

The Highlights of the Old Town of Kraków - Krakow, Poland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Krakow, Poland

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$111.68

The tour is a perfect solution for those who are the newcomers to Kraków and enjoy exploring the new places with the local. I will not only tell you the history of these places but also give you the recomendations for the best restaurants, shops etc ... More info ›

The tour is a perfect solution for those who are the newcomers to Kraków and enjoy exploring the new places with the local. I will not only tell you the history of these places but also give you the recomendations for the best restaurants, shops etc. You will be able to admire the beauty of the old buildings that survived the WWII. We will af course see the biggest medieval Market Square in Europe and the place where Nicolaus Copernicus was working to prove his tesis.

This is a walking tour

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Stop At: Krakow's Rynek Glowny Central Square, Center of Old Town, Krakow Poland

The biggest medieval Market Square in Europe

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Bazylika Mariacka, Pl. Mariacki 5, Krakow 31-042 Poland

One of the most beautiful gothic churches of Kraków

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego Collegium Maius, ul. Jagiellonska 15, Krakow 31-010 Poland

The oldest building of the Oldest Polish University

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Wawel Cathedral, Wawel 3, Krakow 31-001 Poland

The place where the Polish kings where crowned and buried

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Wawel Royal Castle, Wawel 5, Krakow 31-001 Poland

The former residence of the Polish kings

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Planty Park, Krakow Poland

The green ring surrounding the old town of Kraków

Stop At: Barbakan, ul. Basztowa, Krakow 30-547 Poland

The medieval part of the city walls

Duration: 10 minutes

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Warsaw city private tour

Warsaw city private tour - Warsaw, Poland

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Warsaw, Poland

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$200.00

See the highlights of Warsaw during a 4 hours tour - with me, by car and walking.

Warsaw is a green and clean town, so you will be taken to Lazienki Park (18th century) where you can stroll and admire palaces and pavilions hidden in thick greenery. Drive along Royal Route, almost completely rebuilt after WWII in its previous historical design ... More info ›

See the highlights of Warsaw during a 4 hours tour - with me, by car and walking.

Warsaw is a green and clean town, so you will be taken to Lazienki Park (18th century) where you can stroll and admire palaces and pavilions hidden in thick greenery. Drive along Royal Route, almost completely rebuilt after WWII in its previous historical design. Walk in Warsaw Old Town, also rebuilt to its previous style, and put on the UNESCO cultural heritage list as the only place not original but reconstructed. See the house where Madame Curie was born, and where Chopin lived. We will also visit what was once the ghetto area.

With me you will see great contrasts of pre-war Warsaw, districts kept in socialistic-realistic style and recently constructed modern downtown called sometimes Warsaw Manhattan. And what about Warsaw Prague - on the right bank of the Vistula river, where a traditional bazaar still functions and where the famous film "The Pianist" by Polanski was made.

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Stop At: Lazienki Krolewskie w Warszawie, Agrykola 1, Warsaw 00-460 Poland

This is the biggest park in Warsaw from 18th century, once located in the suburbs, now in the center. Stroll there, admiring Chopin's monument where in summer Sundays piano recitals are played, see palaces and pavilions there, amphitheater, fountains and sculptures.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Warsaw Barbican (Barbakan Warszawski), ul. Nowomiejska, Warsaw 00-272 Poland

It is reconstructed 16th c. gate leading to the Old Town, destroyed during WWII in 90%, but paistakingly restored to its historical design.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Warsaw Ghetto, Warsaw Poland

Though totally destroyed in 1943, there is a lot to see: Rappaport monumennt dedicated to heroes of ghetto, Mila 18, place where bunker of leaders of uprising was situated, 19 memorial stones dedicated to those who entered the tragic history of Polish Jews in warsaw, Umschlagplatz memorial, marking the place where railway station was located, from which deportation action to Treblinka expermination camp started. And recenly built, very active Museum of the history of Polish Jews called Polin.

Duration: 1 hour

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Warsaw and Royal Castle

Warsaw and Royal Castle - Warsaw, Poland

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Warsaw, Poland

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$230.00

This is an extended option of the Warsaw city tour.

After visiting Lazienki park, where you can admire palaces and pavilions, then driving along Royal Route, walking in the Old Town - a site on the UNESCO cultural heritage list, seeing the houses where Madame Curie was born and where Chopin lived, we will stop in one of Old Town small cafés for lunch where you can savor Polish typical food, then visit Royal Castle, which although rebuilt in '70s, shows a lot of miraculously saved original paintings, furniture and objects of art ... More info ›

This is an extended option of the Warsaw city tour.

After visiting Lazienki park, where you can admire palaces and pavilions, then driving along Royal Route, walking in the Old Town - a site on the UNESCO cultural heritage list, seeing the houses where Madame Curie was born and where Chopin lived, we will stop in one of Old Town small cafés for lunch where you can savor Polish typical food, then visit Royal Castle, which although rebuilt in '70s, shows a lot of miraculously saved original paintings, furniture and objects of art. This is where Polish kings lived, where sessions of Parliament took place, and where now you can see Rembrandt's paintings and other precious masterpieces.

After meeting you at your hotel, we shall drive along historical part of the city: Royal Route, where you can see former palaces, some turned into embasies, we stop at the monument to Frederic Chopin and former White House from XVIII c. , view Polish parliament, enter Lazienki Park with summer residence of our last king (picturesque Palace on Water) and other palaces and pavilions. Come back to the town to cross Vistula River to see National Stadium at Prague site, old streets remembered from famous films, then to see Unknown Soldier's Tomb, where changing the guards takes place every hour, Great Theatre (opera and ballet house), then former Jewish ghetto quarter with its memorials, and finish at Old Town (the UNESCO site) painstakingly rebuilt after WWII.

After lunch break we visit Royal Castle where you can admire 18 c. royal chambers, halls used by parliament and rich collection of paintings by famous Italian, Dutch and Polish artists.

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Warsaw with Wilanów Palace

Warsaw with Wilanów Palace - Warsaw, Poland

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Warsaw, Poland

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$230.00

This is an extended option of the Warsaw city tour.

After Warsaw city tour (where you can admire palaces and pavilions, drive along Royal Route, walk in the Old Town - a site on the UNESCO cultural heritage list - see the houses where Madame Curie was born and where Chopin lived) - and after lunch, we will drive to the suburbs of Warsaw to visit the interior of Wilanow Palace built in the 17th century by king Sobieski who defeated Turks in the battle of Vienna ... More info ›

This is an extended option of the Warsaw city tour.

After Warsaw city tour (where you can admire palaces and pavilions, drive along Royal Route, walk in the Old Town - a site on the UNESCO cultural heritage list - see the houses where Madame Curie was born and where Chopin lived) - and after lunch, we will drive to the suburbs of Warsaw to visit the interior of Wilanow Palace built in the 17th century by king Sobieski who defeated Turks in the battle of Vienna. Later belonging to aristocrat families, the palace became one of the very first museums in Poland.

This splendid Baroque palace (often called Polish Versailles) survived all wars, so you can still see its original interiors and stroll in its charming park in English and Italian style.

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Stop At: Warsaw Barbican (Barbakan Warszawski), ul. Nowomiejska, Warsaw 00-272 Poland

Before you get there see on the way Royal Route leading to the Old Town, totally destroyed during WWII but painstakingly rebuilt to its historical original design.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Warsaw Ghetto, Warsaw Poland

You see the place where almost half a million of Jews were kept in seclusion in 1940-1943. Now it is marked with Rappaport monument dedicated to heroes of ghetto, museum of Polish Jews, called Polin showing centuries of coexistance of christians and Jews, also Umschlagplatz, from where 300 000 Jews were deported to Treblinka death camp.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanow, Stanislawa Kostki Potockiego 10/16, Warsaw 02-958 Poland

This is one of very few palaces which survived all wars since it was built at the end of 17th c. Compared to Versaille, it is splendid baroque residence of king Jan Sobieski who was widely known as the one who defeated Turks in the battle of Vienna in 1683called "relief of Vienna". The palace soon became the very first museum of art opened to public. Surrounded with picturesque park designed in various historical styles.

Duration: 1 hour

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