There are not many traces of the former Jewish district left in Warsaw ' except for old maps, pieces of the ghetto walls here and there, several streets ' but their history is still a living thing. Jews lived and worked in the city, influencing it through many centuries. Their traces remain, although in a merely legible state.

There are not many traces of the former Jewish ghetto left in Warsaw ' except for old maps, pieces of the ghetto walls here and there, several streets ' but their history is still a living thing. Jews lived and worked in the city, influencing it through many centuries. Their traces remained, although in a merely legible state.

This tour, on the borderline of urban archaeology, is directed at anyone interested in the history of the Holocaust, as well as the customs, culture and cuisine of the Warsaw Jews. Together with an English-speaking guide, you will discover by bike all of the places which no longer exist and sites which have remained.

The preserved walls of the ghetto are still hidden in tight courtyards, between contemporary blocks of flats. You will see that the cities are not only what we can see now, but also speak of historic, non-existent places. If you wish to listen to gripping urban stories, join us. Be part of a fascinating encounter with the culture and history of Warsaw Jews.

The riding pace is slow, smooth, nearly reflective, though you need to remember that it's still a route of several kilometres. The tour tend to be small groups with no more than 20 participants. This makes it easier to ask questions and gives a better atmosphere.

You should wear comfortable clothes. Wearing slip-ons, high-heeled shoes or miniskirts may also not be the best idea. Please replace your fancy bag with a backpack that's easy to ride with.

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