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Jewish graveyard - walk&discuss

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Experience hosted by Jerzy

90 mins
Includes tickets
Up to 10 people
Hosted in English, Polish, Russian

What you'll do

I want you to show you the magic part of Warsaw and invite you just for a walk and discussion. The place we are going to visit is very unique. I want to give you a deeper view into our common Polish&Jewish history.
Only talk&walk experience? Yes, but I promise you'll remember it.
The place is hidden and not too many tourists visit it. For sure it is worth to visit! What's interesting, the Jewish graveyard is open, burials take place there all the time!

What we are going to see?
1. The monument of Jewish children murdered during WWII
2. The monument of Janusz Korczak (Henryk Goldszmit) and his "children"
3. The grave of Marek Edelman (I'll tell you the history of his life)
4. A few famous graves: the grave of 3 writers, the grave of Ludwik Zamenhof (the creator of Esperant language), the grave of Adam Czerniakow (the head of the Jewish Ghetto, ex Polish senator). These people were very unique and it is worth to know the history of their lifes.
5. A bunker - secret place of the Jewish family. Made out of macevas, let survive the Jewish family
6. Original matzevas showin the synergy between Polish and Jewish are and culture
I want you to show you the magic part of Warsaw and invite you just for a walk and discussion. The place we are going to visit is very unique. I want to give you a deeper view into our common Polish&Jewish history.
Only talk&walk experience? Yes, but I promise you'll remember it.
The place is hidden and not too many tourists visit it. For sure it is worth to visit! What's interesting, the Jewish graveyard is open, burials take place t…

Jerzy's commitment to safety

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What's included

  • Tickets
    You don't have to care about the tickets, it is included in the price.
From $27
/ person
Wed, Oct 28
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
$27 per person
$27 per person
Thu, Oct 29
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
$27 per person
$27 per person
Fri, Oct 30
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
$27 per person
$27 per person

Meet your host, Jerzy

Host on Airbnb since 2016
  • Identity verified
I am a licensed Warsaw guide. I provide excursions, preferably for small groups, up to 10 people. I live in Warsaw and I really like my city. I think the history of Warsaw is very unique and I want to share my thoughts with you.
I am passionate about the co-existence of two different nations and cultures in Poland: Polish and Jewish one. I am very sad Poland is very monocultural today.
That's why I like the Jewish graveyard in Warsaw. This is one of the last possibilities to understand the importance of the Jewish community in here. And to understand how close we lived each other.
I also rent a few apartments in Warsaw. Previously I travelled a lot, I lived in Algeria, Ukraine and Ireland. I visited more then 50 countries.
Privately I have two fantastic almost adult sons and an always beautiful and fantastic wife.
I am a licensed Warsaw guide. I provide excursions, preferably for small groups, up to 10 people. I live in Warsaw and I really like my city. I think the history of Warsaw is very unique and I want to share my thoughts with you.
I am passionate about the co-existence of two different nations and cultures in Poland: Polish and Jewish one. I am very sad Poland is very monocultural today.
That's why I like the Jewish graveyard in Warsaw. This is one of the last possibilities to understand…
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Where you'll be

We'll visit one of the biggest and oldest Jewish graveyards worldwide (ca 200k Jews were buried there, it was open in 1806). The graveyard is still open, Jews living a Poland can be buried there even today.
We'll visit the graveyard, I'll also show you borders of the Jewish ghetto in Warsaw during WWII.

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Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend.

More tips

The Jewish cemetary is closed on Saturdays and during Polish&Jewish public holidays. It is worth to ask if the cemetary is open before the booking!

What to bring

umbrellas - in case of rain

hats for men