Warsaw Ghetto tours
Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of the Nazi ghettos during World War II. It was founded in November 1940 by the German authorities within the new Genera...
See the main highlights of Warsaw, the Polish capital, in the most comfortable way - by car! Learn more from your guide about its incredible history.
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Learn about the world of vodka on this vodka tasting tour in Warsaw. Let your guide take you to the best shot bars and tell you about the history of Warsaw.
Get to know Wroclaw, one of the pearls of Lower Silesia. This ancient town, splendidly reconstructed after WWII, will surprise you. Follow your guide to all main attractions and listen to stories and legens about the city. Also dont' miss to try delicious Polish food!
Travel from Warsaw to the Bialowieza national park and experience the last remaining part of the primeval forest that once covered whole Europe. Follow your guide through the protected area (not possible without guide) and visit the European bison Show Reserve.
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Book a Warsaw Communism city tour to experience the absurdities of life during this period. Travel in a historic Nysa 522, hear about the rebuilding after WWII and visit the Museum of Life Under Communism.
Experience Warsaw at night, relax after the whole day of exhausting sightseeing and take a look at Warsaw from a different perspective.
Enjoy a breathtaking Chopin recital at the enchanting Archdiocese Museum Warsaw. Hear professional pianists play famous works of the composer while enjoying the intimate atmosphere.
Taste fantastic Polish dishes and hear the stories behind them on a 4-hour food tour. Visit 4 establishments with a local guide, so be prepared for a full meal (and a dessert, of course).
Taste the most popular Christmas food and learn how to make the famous Polish dumplings during a 4-course dinner.
Book your tickets in advance for the Museum of Life under Communism in Warsaw. Learn about everyday life in the Polish People´s Republic.
Visit Torun on this private full-day tour from Warsaw. See the city of Nicolaus Copernicus and visit the Gingerbread Museum.
Discover Warsaw as you play an interactive city game on this self-guided tour that leads you to hidden spots around the city. You decide when to start, stop or pause.
Get to know Warsaw attractions from the water. Enjoy a cruise on a traditional wooden boat and see the National Stadium, the Mermaid and much more.
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Discover Warsaw at your convenience on this audio-guided tour. Download the app on your smartphone and learn the history of the city's old town!
The inside story
Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of the Nazi ghettos during World War II. It was founded in November 1940 by the German authorities within the new General Government territory of occupied Poland. From the Warsaw Ghetto, Jews were deported to Nazi concentration camps and mass-killing centers.
The ghetto was demolished by the Germans in May 1943 after the Warsaw Ghetto Uprisings which had temporarily stopped the deportations. The total death toll among the prisoners of the Ghetto is estimated to be at least 300,000 killed by bullet or gas, plus 92,000 victims of starvation and related diseases, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and the casualties of the final destruction of the Ghetto.