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Warsaw: Jewish Ghetto Private Tour

1. Warsaw: Jewish Ghetto Private Tour

During this 3-hour tour you will explore the real-life neighborhoods, streets, and homes that made up the Warsaw Ghetto, the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in German-occupied Europe during World War II. Learn from a professional guide who will weave together the harrowing stories of everyday life in the ghetto while you explore fragments of the ghetto walls, the last street of the ghetto, and the still-functioning synagogue that survived the Second World War. Learn about the history of this haunting place where German authorities imprisoned Jews, located in the Muranów neighborhood of the Polish capital, between October and November 1940. Over 400,000 Jews from Warsaw and the surrounding area were located in this area of four square kilometers. 100,000 people died here from exhaustion, hunger, disease and more than 300,000 were killed in the nearby Treblinka extermination camp. Discover the ghetto's history, including the 1943 uprising, and its lasting legacy. 

WWII Warsaw: Muranów District Exploration Game

2. WWII Warsaw: Muranów District Exploration Game

Explore Warsaw’s fascinating history while solving clues throughout the Muranów District. Each clue will lead you from one place to another by providing you with exact directions, so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. As you solve the problem and guess the answer, the secret story of Warsaw will unravel before your eyes. If you are a large group, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members can play the city game on their smartphones. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour. The city game will take you about 1.5 hours to complete, but there’s no time limit. You won't need a guide - just download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure.

Warsaw Communism Private Tour in a Retro Fiat

3. Warsaw Communism Private Tour in a Retro Fiat

Feel the spirit of communist Poland during a drive in the iconic automobile of the 70’s and 80’s Fiat 125p. You will be chauffeured by a professional driver-guide who will introduce you to Warsaw of the communist epoch. You start by being picked up from your centrally located Warsaw hotel, at your chosen hour. As you travel, your guide will share entertaining facts about life in communism, how it has changed, and what does it mean to be Polish today. Your agenda can be tailored to your preferences, so feel free to ask to visit somewhere of particular interest. Visit Palace of Culture and Science, the hulking symbol of Warsaw’s long-gone communist epoch. Find out more about its construction, listen to some anecdotes and get to know why is it called the gift from Moscow. See the Stalin-era architecture at the Constitution Square, a unique and the most representative communist housing district. Visit communist ministerial district with its amazing Ministry of Agriculture and hear interesting stories about the House of Communist Party, find out what is it used for now. Then gaze at communist-era housing blocks of Muranów built upon the former Ghetto and learn more about the Party’s influence on architecture. As you ride, have a shot of best traditional vodka, alongside a tasty snack. After the tour you are driven back to your hotel.

Warsaw: Private Vintage Car Jewish Tour

4. Warsaw: Private Vintage Car Jewish Tour

Climb into a vintage car, the Nysa 522, which was popular in Poland during the communist era. Embark on a 3-hour private tour of sites in Warsaw related to Jewish culture and history. Discover how before WWII, almost 350,000 Jewish people lived in the city before their heritage was nearly destroyed by the Nazi occupation. See how the area was rebuilt after the way and visit numerous locations related to Jewish history including Grzybowski Square, the last street of the Jewish Ghetto, the Nożyk Synagogue, The last piece of the Ghetto Wall, the Muranów district, the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, Zamenhofa Street, Mila Street, and Umschlagplatz. End the tour with a trip to the Jewish Museum where you will have a chance to explore numerous exhibitions with a local guide or an audioguide. 

Warsaw: Off the Beaten Path Tour

5. Warsaw: Off the Beaten Path Tour

Go on an adventure through history on a tour of Warsaw. Ride in an original Polish socialistic car, the Nysa 522, as you travel all across the city, learning about various historical facts and seeing the most important sites related to the socialist era. Experience the bygone era of socialism through the typical blocks of flats, monumental palaces, squares, and sculptures. See the different faces of Warsaw: from the yards of XIX-century tenement houses to Constitution Square, the Palace of Culture and Science, Próżna street, Muranów District, and pre-war Praga on the other side of the river. As you travel along, your tour guide will entertain you with facts and anecdotes about life in Warsaw. Meanwhile, you will get a lesson on socialist propaganda in the form of news. In Praga, you will see unconventional sites: from a bazaar, where you could buy almost anything, or to the quiet Jewish cemetery. See an old Vodka factory, and finally visit a famous local band, who will play a song just for you.

Warsaw: Private Vodka Tasting Night with Snacks and Pickup

6. Warsaw: Private Vodka Tasting Night with Snacks and Pickup

If you prefer knowing the country by its liquors and the city by its bars, then this is what you need! Get into a retro Fiat 125p and prepare for an unforgettable night ride In Warsaw. Go on a city sightseeing tour with vodka tasting! On this ride, visit two different bars and the Polish Vodka Museum, where you will taste around 12 different types of vodkas. For the whole time you are accompanied by a driver-guide who helps you understand Polish culture, customs and cuisine. And no worries about transportation, no need to call a taxi, no waiting for public transport or walking unnecessary miles and getting lost! You have your private chauffeur-guide! Start by being picked-up from your hotel, where you already get something for starters! A shot of Polish herbal vodka to start this vodka night. Get on board your vehicle – a yellow retro cabby from communist times which takes you to the to the first stop – the Polish Vodka Museum which is located on the other side of Warsaw, so to get there, you ride through amazingly picturesque downtown and cross Vistula river with one of the spectacular bridges. Here, in the Museum you will be familiarized with the process of vodka production, raw materials used for it and also its various flavours. After an informative tour of the museum you will have the opportunity to taste three different types of polish vodka in a special service sector. Next, is a bohemian bar in Praga district, which for a long time has been considered a dark side of the city and its mysterious atmosphere still has an impact on people. But are there reasons for it? If you want to find out where to get forged documents, what was cultural, folklore and a business heart of Warsaw and is still a shady place, just take your shots and enjoy the story. On your way to the next bar, have a small stop-for-shot by the Palace of Culture and Science, the most recognizable landmark of Warsaw and symbol of Polish communism. Its colorful illumination is different every day and makes you raise your head and gaze in amazement. Palace is right in the heart of Downtown and your guide will tell you about its fascinating history and  incredible surroundings The final stop is in Muranów district. Here, in a bar dating back to the 60s’ enjoy the atmosphere, spirits and some snacks. The guide will tell you about the fascinating, yet harsh communist times in Warsaw and in Poland, the staff will tell you a fascinating story about the place and a beautiful neon will help you feel like you are in the streets of communist Warsaw. After end of this tour you can be either dropped at your hotel or enjoy the rest of the night going wild in some more Warsaw pubs! 

Warsaw: Private Tour by Communist Van

7. Warsaw: Private Tour by Communist Van

Journey through the 20th-century history of Warsaw by classic vehicle from the Communist era. Board the vintage Nysa 522 and marvel as the bygone age is brought to life before your eyes. Pass typical apartment blocks, along with monumental palaces, public squares, and iconic statues. Look inside the yards of 19th-century tenement houses, and gaze in wonder at the monumental Palace of Culture and Science. See the Socialist Realism architecture of Constitution Square, and drive down picturesque Próżna Street to the Muranów District at the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto Hear entertaining facts about life in the city, before you cross the Vistula River to the Praga district after a traditional aperitif in an original Socialist era house. Get a lesson on propaganda in the form of the news, visit a bazaar where you could buy almost anything, discover an old vodka factory, and get serenaded by a famous band.

Warsaw Jewish Heritage Private Tour in Retro Fiat

8. Warsaw Jewish Heritage Private Tour in Retro Fiat

Start your private tour being picked up from your central hotel in Warsaw. Meet your knowledgeable and helpful driver- guide and board your comfortable Fiat 125p,  iconic car of the 1980’s. Your tour includes a souvenir photo of you with your car, and onboard snacks to sustain you during your explorations. During your tour, learn about the history of Warsaw’s Jews and how they struggled during WWII’s Nazi occupation. If you wish, feel free to ask your guide to tailor your route to include any particular points of interest to you. Explore the former Jewish Ghetto territory and see the remains of the Ghetto Wall, the red-brick construction built in 1940 that effectively isolated more than 400,000 Jews from the rest of the city. View photos and hear stories about those times, and then pass Grzybowski Square (Plac Grzybowski), once a part of the ghetto, on your way to the Nożyk’s Synagoue. Look around this still-operational synagogue, the only one in Warsaw to have survived WWII. Go deeper into the former ‘Large Ghetto’ of Muranów district, built on the rubble of the ghetto, and now adorned with street art and modern buildings. Park here and take a walk around the Jewish Cemetery to see some of its thousands of graves. Next, bow down at impressive Ghetto Heroes Monument and, if you wish, visit the nearby Museum of the History of Polish Jews (own expense). Opened in 2013, this acclaimed modernist space documents 1,000 years of Polish Jewis through artifacts and imagery. If you wish, ask your guide to show you some locations used in Roman Polanski’s Oscar-winning movie,The Pianist, set in Holocaust-era Warsaw. See some of the settings in the Praga-North (Praga-Północ). Your tour ends with a drop-off back at your picked place. 

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What people are saying about Muranów

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 219 reviews

Our tour guide Ewa was absolutely fantastic! On time, well prepared - this was how we were able to use the three hours effectively. Ewa explained and showed us everything in great detail, told the story vividly. Would recommend this tour (and our guide) again and again. It was absolutely worth it.

We had our private tour of the Warsaw Ghetto with Marcin. He was a super good guide who spoke very good German. we could understand him very well and he was able to answer all of our questions. We had a lot of fun with him and it was an all-round successful day! Thank you very much Marcin!

Czesław Was our guide and he was amazing. His passion & expertise was flawless. We are US tourist and with CoVID we wanted a private tour. Can’t express how much we loved our guide Czesław

Very knowledgeable guide. Educational in-depth learning of part of modern Polish history in live.

Our guide Ewa was excellent, informative, and personable!