Jewish Quarter Kazimierz and Podgórze (with Ghetto) (3h)


Explore the captivating history of Krakow’s Kazimierz and the former Jewish Ghetto on our Walking Tour. Step into the atmospheric district of Kazimierz, once a vibrant center of Jewish culture. Wander through its narrow streets, adorned with synagogues, quaint cafés, and vibrant street art. Learn about the area’s profound Jewish heritage, its pre-war legacy, and the impact of World War II.

Continue to the former Jewish Ghetto, delving into a poignant chapter of Krakow’s history. Trace the stories of resilience amid hardship and hear about Oskar Schindler’s Factory, a symbol of hope during the darkest times. Gain insights into the daily life of the ghetto’s inhabitants and discover how the city has commemorated and preserved this significant history.

Led by knowledgeable guides, this immersive tour sheds light on the cultural richness and tragic past of these areas, offering a profound understanding of Krakow’s diverse heritage.




Starting time: 12:00
Where do we meet? Grodzka 62, 33-332 Kraków, Square at the foot of Wawel Castle
Duration: 3h
Where does it end? Jewish Ghetto Memorial, Plac Bohaterów Getta, 30-547 Kraków

Availibility: Everyday


  •  Professional, licensed English-speaking guide
  • Free cancelation 24h prior

You will see:

  • Plac Nowy (New Square) of Kazimierz – centre of local street food and flea markets
  • Kazimierz Main Square – Szeroka St. with Remu and The Old Synagogue
  • Bernatka Bridge – where two cities meet; known for its modern hanging sculptures
  • Podgórze Main Square and St. Joseph Sanctuary
  • Jewish Ghetto Memorial – centre of Jewish Ghetto
  • Eagle’s Pharmacy – hear the story of Tadeusz Pankiewicz, pharmacist, who worked in Jewish