Krakow Jewish Quarter Tour

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Experience Highlights

Discover Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter of Krakow, with this tour with stops at the most emblematic places in the area. During a two-hour tour and in groups of around 15 travellers, a professional guide will explain every detail of the architecture, history and legends of this iconic part of the Polish city.

One of the most popular districts of Krakow will have no secrets for you: synagogues, palaces, majestic houses, churches, bridges, ... This and much more in this complete tour in one of the main areas of the Polish city.

  • Discover about 10 stops at emblematic places of the district.
  • Enjoy the activity in small groups of about 15 travellers.
  • A professional guide will accompany you to know every detail and history of the tour.

What’s included

  • Professional guide
  • Tour of the Jewish Quarter
  • Entrance fees to monuments

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Step by Step

A professional guide will accompany the group of about 15 people on a tour of Kazimierz, which lasts approximately two hours.

You will see some of the most important synagogues in Kraków's Jewish quarter. One of them is the Stara Synagogue, the oldest surviving synagogue in Poland and one of the most valuable monuments of Jewish architecture in Europe.

The Tempel Synagogue will be another stop on your route. As well as being a place of worship, it is an ideal centre for learning about Jewish culture, and hosts numerous concerts and meetings.

You can also visit churches such as the Corpus Christi Church, a religious building where you can admire a mixture of Baroque and Gothic architecture.

And not only that, but many other characteristic elements of the architecture and culture of this outstanding district of Kraków. These include Szeroka Street, the nerve centre of Jewish culture in Kraków, Nowy Swiat, Kraków's New Town Square, the venue for various festivals and events, and the Father Bernatek footbridge, a modern pedestrian bridge that separates Kazimierz from Podgorze.

Entrance tickets to the monuments are not included in the price, but you can buy them on the spot with the help of your guide.


· 141 Reviews
  • J
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    Tour that I recommend not to miss, the tour is very interesting and the guide is very professional.
  • D
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    The tour was great
  • S
    (0 Reviews)
    A tour with a very deep and interesting history, it is incredible to see what the neighborhood has become, the place is fantastic.
  • L
    (0 Reviews)
    A must to visit in Krakow
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