We will organize a small group up to 6 people to visit 7 historical site with stories during the World War II. The trip starts from city center and we will make a 3 hour trip for abour 8 km bike ride or 3-4km walking + tram tour. We will talk about people's life, mentality, general war background and impact to nowadays. These sites include the original ghetto wall, the only surviving pre-war building, street, Jewish Ghetto houses, Gestapo prison and the round-up point where 300,000 Jews were sent to the extermination camps. Most of these spots are hard to find even to locals.
Magda & Tyler
Magda was a volunteer guide in the Warsaw uprising musuem and knows a lot about WWII history in Warsaw. We would like to offer people visiting Warsaw an unique experience of visiting off-map memorable sites with stories from the World War II and their impact on constructions, city's landscape and people's mentality. We lived in many places in the world and love to meet new friends and embrace cultural uniqueness.
We start from the center and first visit the only original ghetto wall before seeing the surviving pre-war ghetto building. Then we walk to the symbolic ghetto bridge before visiting the Gestapo prison and the assembly point where 300,000 Jews were sent to the gas chambers. Last part starts from the bunker remanent where the Jewish fighter chief fought against Nazis and ends in a beautiful multi-cultural square where Jewish culture were reborn.