- Available in: Spanish
About the tour
Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter of the city, has become a point of reference, cradle of the coexistence between two cultures and two religions for centuries, until today breathes an aura as bohemian as decadent. Every corner of the area is key to understanding how it has been a main witness in the history of the city, something that can be seen in its narrow streets, its busy pubs and restaurants, its bustling squares and the coexistence of renovated buildings with others. That continue to live over the years for a long time.
We will also visit the Podgorze neighborhood, where the Nazis created the city ghetto to develop the entire dehumanization process that the Nazis will carry out against the Jewish community.
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