Visit one of the best preserved Jewish districts in Europe. Named Kazimierz after King Kazimierz the Great, it used to be an independent city in the past.
Named Kazimierz after King Kazimierz (Casimir) the Great in 1335, it used to be an independent town. Now playing role of the artistic centre of Kraków with lots of bars and cafeterias, but also a district of an impressive historical value. Visit the synagogues, the unique 16th century cemetery and the sites from Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List". Then walk along the narrow streets and feel the atmosphere of this one and only town within a town. The guided tour ends at the Schindler's Factory which is a museum today. You can stay and visit the museum afterwards if that is your wish.
- before the guided part begins we have to get to Kazimierz district (southwards of the Old Town, 20min. walk)
- walk narrow lanes and yards of the Jewish Quarter in order to find signs of the past and the "Schindler's List" sites
- visit the Tempel Synagouge which was used by the reformed Jewish community
- visit to the Remuh Synagogue - the only active Jewish temple in Kraków
- sightseeing of the Szeroka Street - the heart of the Jewish Quarter
- walk over a bridge to Podgórze where the closed Jewish district (ghetto) existed in years 1941 - 1943
- walk to Zabłocie to see the famous Schindler's Factory
You can stay for lunch/dinner in a Jewish style restaurant afterwards.
Personal licensed tour guide assistance during the sightseeing tour
Entrance tickets to 2 synagogues (approx. 10 PLN)
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