In the middle ages Poland was one the most tolerant country in the Europe.
Home to the largest and most significant Jewish community in the world. Krakow’s Kazimierz district is heart of Jewish culture in Poland where two cultures Christian and Jewish coexisted for more than 500 years. During World War II Kazimierz district and people who were living there experienced tragic events which were an inspiration for Schindler’s List movie. Places where ones the greatest people among Jewish nation were born, unique atmosphere of important centre of cultural life in Kraków, great examples of Jewish architecture but also places of great tragedy. All that you will see and experience during our free walking tour in Krakow’s Jewish quarter and former ghetto.
Plac Nowy (New Market Square)
Schindler’s List filming spots
Kładka Bernatka (Bridge of Love )
Heroes of Ghetto Square
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