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Jewish District (Kazimierz)

ul. Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053, Poland
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Delicious Kazimierz Food Tour from Krakow
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Small-Group Walking Tour of Kazimierz Including Optional Oskar Schindler's...
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Segway Tour of the Jewish Quarter in Krakow
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Sizable Jewish population of Krakow moved to this district at the end of the fifteenth century, which served as the main cultural center of the Polish Jewry for centuries.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
ul. Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053, Poland
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Reviewed yesterday

While in Krakow find the time to have a stroll around this area. Despite its sad history it is enjoyable to wander around and enjoy some of the very low priced food on offer in this area. Many of the shop and restaurant staff speak...More

Thank JoolnSteve
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We went as part of a tour on a golf cart. Jewish district is buzzing with life, street market with food. We were taken to many wonderful synagogues. Would definitely go back there.

Thank jotel2013
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very entertaining tour, all very much. Very beautiful architecture, I advise everyone to take a walk along the streets of this quarter.

Thank Freeman1983Edward
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Such amazing architecture in a sad area with so much history, a walk around the area will take you to all areas linked with the holocaust including the square with the chairs, plaszow concentration camp, Libyan quarry where Schindlers list camp scenes were filmed and...More

Thank nicnjames
Reviewed 3 days ago

One of my aims when traveling to Krakow was to visit Auschwitz (and I did), but another reason was to see the old Jewish quarter of the city, known as Kazimierz. Prior to WWII and the Holocaust, Krakow was home to 75,000 Jews. By the...More

Thank Har-el E
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A good place to walk through if you have Jewish ancestry / an interest in Jewish history. There is a walking route through the district that takes you past several sites of interest.

Thank Meredith_J_R
Reviewed 3 days ago

Walk beyond the restaurant strip and there are some interesting buildings in the streets worth looking at

Thank AussieEssem
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We decided to try the free walking tour of this area (we used good walking tours with the green umbrella) and although the day was hot we enjoyed seeing the history of the place and hearing the guide tell us not only about the past...More

Thank Phil W
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Worth a visit if your interested in the complete history of the area or you are of Jewish descent. Would not go out of your way to visit area but if you are taking the time to visit Oskar Schindlers factory then have a walk...More

Thank Speedyg1989
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great historical place for strolling around. Definitely a must while visiting Cracow. Many hipster locations surrounded by historical buildings, great atmosphere.

Thank lenla2017
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10 August 2016|
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Response from sommar2007 | Reviewed this property |
Omkring 20 minuter i skön promenadtakt.
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9 March 2016|
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Response from sommar2007 | Reviewed this property |
Ja, men det är bättre att du tar ut pengar i ATM maskinen och betalar med dit kort i affärer och på resturanger. Polen är ett mycket modernt land
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6 February 2016|
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Response from SpeedyB79 | Reviewed this property |
I would strongly recommend escape2Poland they have very good guides and they pick you up from your hotel. Jewish district tour with Schindler's museum is a must.