In the footsteps of Isaac Beshevis Singer (& short Orientation Tour of Warsaw)


In the footsteps of Isaac Beshevis Singer (& short Orientation Tour of Warsaw)

Date: 2013-11-17

Time: 10:00-14:00

from 160 PLN
approx. 40 EUR

Number of persons/tickets


Próżna Str. and Grzybowski Sq.
You take a walk along the only survived street from the Warsaw ghetto, where the pre-war architecture still exists in its original form. It is here where the Jewish Festival „Singer’s Warsaw” takes place every year.

The Ester Rachel Kamińska and Ida Kamińska State Jewish Theater
Talk to the actors of Jewish theatre about it’s history and present.

Nozyk Synagogue
The only Warsaw synagogue which survive the ravages of war.

Krochmalna str. 10
Visit the street where I.B. Singer lived and worked and hear his passionate biography.

Jewish Cemetery
Visit the cemetery which was founded in XIX c. and currently houses around 250,000 tombs. Amongst those buried here are Ludwik Zamenhof, inventor of the international language Esperanto.

The Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Built in the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto. This multimedia narrative museum and cultural center presents the history of Polish Jews and the rich civilization they created over the course of almost 1000 years.

The former Jewish Ghetto area with its Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto, Umschlagplatz and Miła 18 Str with the bunker where Mordehaj Anielewicz, the leader of the Ghetto Uprising, committed suicide.

Other important places of interest to be visited:
Marshal Joseph Piłsudski Sq. with the Tomb of Unknown Solider and Saxon Garden, The Palace of Culture and Science and the socrealist part of the city with MDM Square.

Enjoy a traditional pasha cake from one of the best Jewish restaurants in Warsaw.