In the XV century there were a few score professing the Jewish faith in Warsaw.
In the XIX there were more than 7000.
In 1939 there were 380 567.
In 1940 the Ghetto was established and surrounded by a wall.
“excellent tour — great fun”
Reviewed on May 16, 2016
I was in Warsaw with a group of students — really everybody enjoyed the informative, profound, humorous and enjoyable tour of the old city with Gosia. It was amazing how eager the students were to…
“Warsaw Uprising with Agnetha”
Reviewed on April 24, 2016
A truly lovely tour with Agnes.She explained everything in great detail and was soo informative. It was a pleasure to be with her. No question was too trivial and indeed led to more information! She…
“Great Jewish History tour with Wojtek”
Reviewed on February 19, 2016
Me and my partner were looking for a structured yet inexpensive guide to Warsaw as it was our first visit. Wojtek was very informative, kind and even took us to a cafe for a pit stop on our tour! The…
Look for our tour guide with the yellow umbrella.
Free tours are organized twice a week. At 2 pm on Fridays and at 10 am on Wednesday.
Free tours start on the select days from April until the end of October. During low season (November — end of March) they are organized only on request.
You can leave a tip to the tour guide if you feel satisfied.
Things to note
Booking for this tour is recommended to reserve your space specially during high season. This helps us to guarantee you’ll receive a top quality tour!