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Jewish Warsaw Private Tour in a Retro FIAT 125p including Former Jewish Ghetto


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Learn all about the Jewish history in Warsaw during this 4-hour private tour in a retro FIAT 125p. See the remains of the former Jewish Ghetto, Ghetto Wall or The Pianist movie locations in Warsaw.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after 09:00 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail

Pricing Details

Prices Starts From:17-12-2015   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available Days:   All Days
Adult/Child (Age 0 & Up) $110


  • English-speaking driver-guide
  • Vodka shot and snacks on-board
  • Photos emailed after your tour
  • Meal (refer to the details in the schedule)

Start Timings

  • 09:00,  09:30,  10:00,  10:30,  
    11:00,  11:30,  12:00,  12:30,  
    13:00,  13:30,  14:00,  14:30,  


  • 4 (hrs)

Additional Notes

  • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.


Jewish Warsaw Private Tour in a Retro FIAT 125p including Former Jewish Ghetto
08:55:00 Pick-up from Centrally Located Hotels in Warsaw

Day: Day1
09:00:00 Your Jewish Warsaw 4-Hour Private Tour Begins

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Warsaw Ghetto
Visit the Jewish Ghetto district and see the remnant of the Ghetto wall, an 11-mile brick wall built by the Germans to isolate Jews and remains a prominent symbol of Jewish oppression. Learn about the realities of Jewish life back then as your guide gives you insight into the districts' history.
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Grzybowski Square and Nożyk’s Synagoue
Make your way to the oldest functioning Jewish Community in Warsaw, Gryzbowski Square. Then, drop by Nozyk Synagogue standing tall since 1902 and remains to be the sole surviving pre-war Jewish house of prayer in the city.
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Muranow District
Delve deeper into what used to be the 'Large Ghetto' of Muranow District now adorned with modern buildings and street art. Then, see the resting place of thousands of Jews at the Jewish Cemetery.
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Ghetto Heroes Monument
Next, see the impressive Ghetto Heroes Monument before taking a step back in time at the Museum of the History of the Polish Jews (own expense). Discover more about the city's daunting history through the artifacts and photographs displayed within the museum halls.
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The Pianist movie locations
You may opt to visit some locations of Roman Polanski’s Oscar-winning movie, The Pianist, set in Holocaust-era Warsaw. Just let your guide know and he'll be happy to accommodate your requests.
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Milk Bar and Polish Vodka
Conclude your experience by enjoying pierogi or some other meal at a communist-themed milk bar where you can taste traditional homemade cuisine. Then, have a shot of best traditional vodka, alongside a tasty snack, all served on board.
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13:00:00 Drop-off at Centrally Located Hotels in Warsaw

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