Explore Kraków's Jewish Ghetto, which was one of 5 major metropolitan Ghettos created by Nazi Germany during the German occupation of Poland in World War II. Learn how this area was established for the purpose of exploitation, terror and the persecution of local Polish Jews.
On this tour, you can pass through the streets of ghetto territory, viewing fragments of the ghetto walls. Listen to true stories about everyday life, before entering the synagogue that survived the Second World War and is still functioning. You will see the famous Szeroka Street and the original Schindler’s Factory - including scenes where Steven Spielberg’s film Schindler’s List were captured.
Finally, you will visit either the Tempel Synagogue or Old Synagogue Museum. Inside view exhibitions focused on the history of Jewish culture.