Jewish District and Ghetto Guided Tour in Krakow

Discover the city with the local guide. Find out more about rich jewish culture in Krakow and see the traces of „Schindler’s List” by S. Spilberg. Walk through the jewish quarter with its remarkable Klezmer music. Hear the stories about the former jewish ghetto and Oskar Schindler

Reasons to book this tour:

  • Find out the stories about the former jewish ghetto and Oskar Schindler
  • Visit jewish Remuh synagogue with old cemetery
  • Hear Klezmer – traditional jewish music in the streets of Jewish quarter
  • Get lost in the narrow streets of the jewish district
  • Have a quick break in the middle for delicious ice cream
  • Admire rich heritage of the Jewish culture
  • See The Ghetto Hero Square and the Factory of Oscar Schindler
  • Cross the lovers’ bridge and admire its levitating sculptures over the bridge

Duration: 3 hours

Price: 120 EUR or equivalent in a different currency

Type of the tour: Walking, Private only

* My services as your private guide,
* Guest pick-up
* Local recommendations
* delicious ice cream

* Entrance fees during the tour

Meeting Point: Your Hotel, Rail Station, Monument/Building or Address


Jews started to come to Krakow in the medieval time. There was one of the biggest Jewish communities in Poland before the second world war. Holocaust was a catastrophe for the polish citizens who were Jews. In Krakow most of the Jews were killed. At the present time klezmer music – typical Jewish music can be heard again in the Jewish district.

Kazimierz was established in the 14th century. It is named after the polish king Kazimierz the Great. Kazimierz was a separate city out of Krakow where most of the Jews lived. They built many synagogues and it is still possible to visit it. Nowadays Kazimierz is a district of Krakow.

During World War Two Nazis built separate places for the Jews – ghetto. Ghetto was located in Podgorze on the other side of the river. In Podgórze you can find Oskar Schindler’s Factory. The history of Schindler was filmed by Steven Spilberg. The movie was shot in Cracow.

 Plan of the tour


Your Hotel, Rail Station, Monument/Building or Address


Holocaust Memorial Monument

Find out more what holocaust did for the Jewish community in Krakow

Remuh Synagogue

Visit an active synagogue with the medieval cemetery

Family house of Helena Rubinstein

Find out more about the founder of cosmetic empire

Szeroka street and the The Old Synagogue

Walk through the most famous Jewish street

Schindler’s list

Discover the places where the movie was shooted and some gossips about it

Local Ice Cream

Short break is a good time for a refreshing ice cream

Former Jewish Slaughter House

Find out more about Jewish kosher regulations regarding to the meat

Love Bridge

Cross the Vistula river and look at the exciting open-air museum along the bridge

Former Jewish Ghetto

Discover the place where Jewish people well walled

Ghetto Heroes Square

Hear the stories about the ghetto and find out what is the symbol of empty chairs

Schindler’s Factory Museum

See the former factory of Oscar Schindler and hear the story about him