Warsaw Ghetto Remains & History Walking Tour

The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest Jewish ghetto created by the Nazis during the Second World War. It was established in November 1940 and 460,000 Jews were separated from the rest of the city. Around 100,000 people died from hunger. Approximately 300 000 Ghetto residents were killed in gas chambers in Treblinka in the summer of 1942. On the 19th of April 1943, Jewish Combat Organizations started an uprising led by Mordechaj Anielewicz. During that tour you will see the ghetto remains and also sites related to the Jewish history and culture before the war.

Main highlights: The Nożyk Synagogue, Ghetto wall fragment, Ghetto Heroes Monument, Ghetto wooden footbridge site, Muranów housing estate, Ghetto bounderies markers, Emanuele Ringelblum`s Underground Ghetto Archive memorial, Miła 18 bunker memorial, Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews (without the exhibition, I recommend to visit it after the tour, it take at least 2 hours to visit it), and more.

Meeting point: Próżna 12 Street

Ending point: near the Ghetto Heroes Monument

Duration time: up to 3 hours

Price & payment method: 150 euro per group (up to 5 people). Additional participants: 15 euro per person. You can pay by cash or credit card after the tour.

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