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Free Tour Jewish Quarter and World War II Tour
We are a team of guides in love with our profession who want to share the unique beauty of this country and its great history. We have over ten years of experience in tourism and travel planning in Europe. We work at the national level in cooperation with friendly guides and excellent local specialists in the main cities of our country.
The city of WROCŁAW in comparison to other Polish cities has a completely different history and as in a kaleidoscope it symbolizes the fascinating but at the same time tragic history of the twentieth century in Europe. Since 1871 one of the most important cities in Germany re unified - Breslau - had the third community of Jewish inhabitants. During the Second War transformed into a fortress being one of the last resistance points of III Reich and later becoming Polish Wroclaw. During the tour we will discover the Jewish quarter along with the White Stork Synagogue. You will know the history of the fascinating economic flourishing of the community and its persecution during the Nazi dictatorship. The second part of the walk will show you a wide stage of the times of the reconstruction of the city, in a new political environment, under the Polish administration and the rule of communism. You will also know the important aspects of World War II for the new inhabitants. This interesting mix makes this tour the best introduction to the complex central European historical legacy helping to understand the essence of what is the city WROCŁAW. Duration 2 hours.
Meeting point:Rynek 30 11400 Wrocaw PolandRynek 30 11400 Wrocaw Poland
Meeting point: Rynek 30, Wroclaw, in front of McDonalds Plaza Mayor, the guide will be waiting for you with a red umbrella.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).