Martin was our fabulous tour guide! He was so thorough and full of wonderful information, he made our first visit to Warsaw unforgettable.
After pickup from your hotel, greet your private driver/guide, board your Fiat 125p, and itemize any additional sights you’d like to see, such as film locations from The Pianist.
Learn the tragic history of Warsaw’s Jewish community as you visit the Fragment of Ghetto Wall and the Nożyk Synagogue, the only Warsaw synagogue to survive World War II.
Next, visit the site of the Warsaw Ghetto, and pay tribute to the lives lost at the Jewish Cemetery and Ghetto Heroes Monument. You might choose to make a stop at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews or enjoy a kosher meal before your driver/guide drops you back to your hotel.
To quickly immerse in the tragic history of Jewish Warsaw, it helps to have not only private transportation but a knowledgeable personal guide. This private Jewish Warsaw tour delivers both. Traveling by retro Fiat 125p, visit sites including the Nożyk Synagogue, the Jewish Cemetery, and the Ghetto Heroes Monument: feel free to request additional stops.