Discover Warsaw’s Jewish heritage in style from the passenger seat of a Fiat 125p on this 4-hour, private tour. After being picked up from your hotel, hop aboard your vintage vehicle and let your guide show you the Jewish Cemetery, Nożyk Synagogue - the only synagogue left in Warsaw - and the remains of the Ghetto Wall. Feel free to mention any other points of interest to your private guide like the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Help yourself to a complimentary snack and pull over along the way to stop for a meal at a traditional Polish restaurant. On the tour, you will learn about the Jewish community, and how they influenced the shaping of Warsaw, which - after New York - was the second-largest Jewish epicenter up until World War II.
See the 'Monument to the Ghetto Heros' and the 'Footbridge of Memory' on Chlodna street memorializing the martyrdom the Jews suffered through during World War II. Stop at the Umschlagplatz, where 300,000 of the city’s Jews were put onto cattle wagons heading towards the concentration camps. Along the way, you will visit places where Roman Polanski's 'The Pianist' was filmed.