Krakow: Jewish Ghetto Walking Tour
Stroll through the streets of Krakow's Jewish Ghetto and Podgórze district on a guided walking tour.
- See the remaining pieces of the wall that surrounded the Jewish ghetto
- Walk past buildings where thousands of displaced Jews used to live
- Visit the famous Under the Eagle pharmacy
- Learn about the Jewish history of Krakow from your guide
DescriptionDuring World War II, the Poguzhe district was the site of a Jewish Ghetto. 75 years after the end of the war, the district still keeps this heritage alive. The area serves to remind visitors of the horrors of war and the need to prevent such things from happening again. Visit the famous Plac Bohaterów Getta (Ghetto Heroes' Square), where Jewish inhabitants of Krakow were identified and sent off to concentration camps. See a fragment of the original ghetto wall, which now serves as a monument and place of pilgrimage for many Jewish people visiting from abroad. Continue to the buildings where thousands of displaced Jews used to live in cramped conditions. The final stop will be the famous 'Under the Eagle' pharmacy.
IncludesProfessional guide Food and drink
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