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Jewish heritage private tour in WarsawGhetto Wall in WarsawWarsaw Jewish tourUmschlagplatz in WarsawJews in Warsaw during World War 2

The history of Warsaw Jews begins in the medieval times. For centuries they were important inhabitants of Warsaw and its surroundings – before the World War II Jews constituted 30 percent of Warsaw citizens. Choose one of the tours to visit Jewish sights in Warsaw and learn about their turbulent history. In every case the starting point can be chosen by you (including Chopin airport).

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Miriam L  posted 2018-03-22 on TripAdvisor

Best guide  

When Marek met us, he asked if we were Jewish. We then spent a large part of the day learning about and seeing Jewish Warsaw. We saw all of Warsaw, but learned most about what we wanted to. We were only in Warsaw for the day, and we saw all there was to see thanks to Marek. We were the only people on the tour so it was very personalized, and we truly got a history lesson from Miedevil Poland to Present Day Poland. I was traveling with my 2 kids i n their early 20's, who had grandparents who survived the war.... [read more]


During this tour you will:

  • get familiar with the history of Jews in Poland 
  • pay your respects in places related to Jewish genocide
  • visit the newest Jewish museum in the world – POLIN
  • hear stories about famous Jews who left their traces in Warsaw 
  • be accompanied by expert guide with extensive knowledge on the subject

From 150€ per group /

4.71 44 opinions

 You will see:

Former Warsaw Ghetto

The Warsaw ghetto existed from November 1940 to May 1943 (when the Ghetto Uprising was put down) in the area of ​​today's Northern Srodmiesc... [ read more ]

Grzybowski Square

Before World War II, Grzybowski Square was the heart of Jewish culture in Warsaw. It was a part of the Warsaw Ghetto from 1940 to 1942. ... [ read more ]

Remains of the Ghetto wall

You can see two characteristic fragments of the Ghetto wall (Sienna street and Zlota street), from which some of the bricks were removed and... [ read more ]


From the Umschlagplatz mass transportations to Treblinka extermination camp took place – over 300 000 people were deported. ... [ read more ]

The Ghetto Heroes Monument

The Ghetto Heroes Monument (Pomnik Bohaterów Getta) located in front of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (POLIN) was built fr... [ read more ]

Jewish Cemetery in the Okopowa Street

In the Jewish Cemetery in the Okopowa Street you can see memorials of such figures as famous rabbi Szlomo Lipszyc, Jewish writter Icchak Lej... [ read more ]

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Warsaw Old Town

Warsaw Old Town was almost completely destroyed during World War 2 and later rebuilt with great attention to details. Colourful tenements an... [ read more ]

Jewish Historical Institute

This place is an important research institution concerning Polish and Central European Jews. The institute possesses a rich collection of do... [ read more ]

Zabinski VillaPossible alternative

Zabinski Villa – the house located in Warsaw zoo where Jan Zabinski and his wife Antonina rescued around 300 Jews during World Wa... [ read more ]

Museum of the History of Polish Jews (POLIN)Extension

The museum presents the 1000 years of Jewish life in Poland, including the history of the Holocaust. ... [ read more ]

 Tour plan

We offer 3 tour options:

3-hour walking tour

The most essential tour of Jewish sites in Warsaw. You start next to the tenement house at 14 Prozna Street, which is the only remaining street of the Warsaw ghetto and Grzybowski Square. You walk around the former Jewish district to visit the most important places: Nozyk Synagogue, the only Jewish house of prayer that survived the war and is still in use today, the remains of the Ghetto wall – there are two characteristic fragments from which some of the bricks were removed and transported to the Jewish museums in the USA, Australia, and other countries, the Walicow Street with ruins of the Jewish tenement house and Chłodna Street where "The Bridge of Sighs” - a wooden footbridge connecting the small ghetto with the big ghetto existed.  You will see the street named after the Polish Jew Ludwik Zamenhof – the creator of Esperanto international language and the Route Recalling the Martyrdom and the Struggle of the Jews – it is designated by blocks of black stone with the names of the heroes fighting in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Also, you will have a chance to see a building for Jewish orphans that was moved here in 1942 from the city’s outskirts. Janusz Korczak (Henryk Goldszmit) was the director of the orphanage and now in its yard, there is a monument of him with children. The “Gesiowka” concentration camp was founded on the ruins of the Ghetto. Almost 5000 Jews whose origins were Greek, French, and Hungarian were transported from here to Auschwitz.

Grzybowski Square in Warsaw Former Jewish district 

From the Umschlagplatz mass transportations to Treblinka extermination camp took place – over 300 000 people were deported. Also here you will see the engraved verse from the Book of Job (16:18): ‘O earth, cover not thou my blood, And let my cry have noresting-place’. The Ghetto Heroes Monument (Pomnik Bohaterów Getta) located in front of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (POLIN) was built from the rocks that were supposed to be used by Germans to build monuments commemorating Hilter’s victories. You will see the POLIN Museum from the outside and get to know the double meaning of the POLIN word. After the 3-hour tour, we suggest visiting this postmodern structure in glass, copper, and concrete that was designed by Finnish architects. We can book tickets for you. Also, there is a possibility to buy an audio guide.

5-hour walking tour

During a 5-hour walking tour, you visit all the places listed in the 3-hour tour and move on to the see Jewish cemetery in Okopowa street

It is one of the few Jewish open cemeteries in Poland. You will see memorials of such figures as famous rabbi Szlomo Lipszyc, Jewish writer Icchak Lejb Perec, actress Ester Rachel Kaminska or the creator of Esperanto language Ludwik Zamenhof

 Warsaw Jewish Cemetery Jewish Cemetry in Warsaw 

7-hour walking tour

This route is enriched by the Jewish Historical Institute. This place is an important research institution concerning Polish and Central European Jews. The institute possesses a rich collection of documents regarding Polish Jews, an online library, and a central Jewish library. Every day there are projections of the film ‘92 days of Warsaw Ghetto’

Warsaw Ghetto Warsaw Jewish Cemetry


Walking tour 

  English Spanish/ Italian/ Russian/ German/ French Portugese Chinese/ Turkish/ Arabic
 Other languages 
 3h 150EUR160EUR170EUR270EUR On request
 5h 180EUR190EUR200EUR310EUR
 7h 210EUR220EUR230EUR350EUR

Prices include our professional licensed guide and apply to groups of 1-10 people. The price for groups of more than 10 people is quoted on request.

Entry tickets are not required in most of the places you will visit and they are not included in the tour price (but can be added to the final recepit/invoice). 

 Jewish heritage tour by private car

3-hour tour by car

The program is as of the walking tour but it is enriched by the Jewish sites in the Old Town. You start there and see where the first Jewish district in Warsaw was located. You will visit the former cultural and commercial heart of the district with Great Synagogue and Nalewki Street.


5-hour tour by car

An extended version of the basic Jewish tour. Apart from the places mentioned above, you visit beautiful Jewish Cemetery, where the tombstones have witnessed the poignant history. 

7-hour tour by car

In addition, you will visit the Jewish Historical Institute

Jewish Historical Insitute Jewish Histrorical Institute in Warsaw 

Alternatively, the guide can take you to Zabinski Villa.


Tour by car

The price includes transportation and guide services. Entrance fees are extra paid (but they can be added to the final receipt/invoice).

Below you can find prices for different languages. Prices for groups of more than 8 persons are quoted on request.


 1-3 persons4-5 persons6-8 persons


 1-3 persons4-5 persons6-8 persons


 1-3 persons4-5 persons6-8 persons


 1-3 persons4-5 persons6-8 persons


After the tour our driver can drop you off at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (POLIN Museum). We suggest visiting it. We will be pleased to book the entry tickets for you. Also, there is a possibility to buy an audio-guide or to visit the museum with the certified guide (please contact us for more details). 


Skoda Superb Limousine

1 - 3 passengers
Included in the price

Skoda Superb Limousine

1 - 3 passengers

Mercedes Vito

1 - 7 passengers
+ 80 EUR

Mercedes Vito + 80 EUR

1 - 7 passengers

individually regulated backrests of each seat, more space

Mercedes V-class

1-7 passengers
+ 120 EUR

Mercedes V-class + 120 EUR

1-7 passengers

  • luxurious option, diplomatic standard
  • leather seats, backrest regulation, comfortable suspension
  • ambient lighting system inside
  • the most leg space
  • soft drinks

Opel Vivaro

4-8 passengers
Included in the price

Opel Vivaro

4-8 passengers


It is possible to arrange an individual route of the tour. Please contact us for more details. 

 Tour map



Garey57  posted 2019-07-05 on TripAdvisor

A great travel agency  

AB Poland worked with me to completely customize my three days in Poland and make the most of my time. They answered all of my questions, made great suggestions and built the perfect itinerary all at reasonable enough prices. Plus, my guides Jacek in Warsaw and Kinga in Krakow were knowledgeable and friendly hosts, making conversation easy. Have nothing bad to say at all. I would highly recommend AB Poland.

StotheN  posted 2020-09-09 on TripAdvisor


I have done multiple tours with this company and found all of them to be excellent. Very good
communication and customer support. Recommended!

Robert H  posted 2020-07-04 on TripAdvisor

Top class tour operator!  

I participated in a few events organized by AB Poland Travel - Tours. They are extremely professional and trustworthy. Everything was organized perfectly. Piotr and his crew are very friendly, helpful and patient. I highly recommend this company! You will not be disappointed.

dcamargo  posted 2020-08-18 on TripAdvisor

Highly recommended  

Fair price, excellent customer support, guide had full knowledge and nice transportation. Would do a
trip with them again.

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