"I am proud to be professional tour guide of Warsaw as well as certified tour leader. I love this job…. and I love my city Credentials: - Warsaw city guide licence (issued by Mazovian Voivodship, Poland) - Warsaw Royal Castle Museum guiding licence - Museum ..."Ask a question to Ewa B.
In the Warsaw ghetto, divided into 2 sections (the Small Ghetto at the southern end and the Large Ghetto on the north), 450,000 Jews were forced to live in very crowded conditions. By the time deportations to the extermination camps began, about 100,000 residents of the Ghetto had died of starvation or disease. After the 1943 Uprising the ruins of the Ghetto were levelled, and a new residential district was built right on top of them, making the new buildings one level higher than the pre-war buildings had been.
ROUTE: ghetto area (remains of ghetto walls, synagogue, monuments and historical sites), Jewish cemetery, Jewish Historical Institute (exhibition and film - optional), Museum of the History of Polish Jews (optional) Remarks: Please note – due to Sabath some Jewish sites are not available on Friday afternoon and Saturday. Jewish Historical Institute is available from Monday to Friday (9.00-18.00) and Sunday (11.00-18.00) Group size: 1-4 pax For larger groups extra transportation (mini-van, bus) cost will be added – please contact for details meeting place and time: according to your wish Transportation Method: walking and car tour Price includes: guiding service, tax, car transportation for up to 4 pax, parking fees Additional costs: Entrance fees: Jewish Historical Institute (2.5 Euro/pax), synagogue (1.5 Euro/pax), Jewish cemetery (2 Euro/pax) Please note: services are priced PER TOUR, not PER PERSON