Forget walking, forget traffic, get on a bike! See twice as much as on a regular'tour. If you're looking for an active way of visiting the city suitable for all people, regardless of their physical ability, bike is the answer. You will cover about 15 km / 9 miles, cycling at a very relaxed pace. Highlights include: Pre-war Nalewki St. ' Muran'w District ' Museum of History of Polish Jews ' Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto ' Mi'a bunker - Umshlagplatz ' The Ghetto Wall ' No'yk Synagogue - Grzybowski Square ' Pr''na St.
Did you know that Warsaw was the biggest Jewish city in Europe and second biggest in the world? They made up 30% of the'city's population. Jews lived here since the settlement of the city in the medieval period and for more than 600 years co-created it and its rich culture. The creator of Esperanto language lived here, Noble Prize winners like Bashevis Singer are connected with the Polish capital as well.'We'll show you the fascinating yet dramatic story of the Jews in Warsaw and take you to'places that form today's modern centre of the Jewish community's life.
On this tour, you'll have a comfy city bike and an expert guide who'll take you for a ride around the city. Around 35% of the route is quiet back streets so it's safe and appropriate for anybody who can cycle. The use of bikes allows visiting much more and getting to places walking tours usually miss. It's a great tour to learn and discover the Jewish past of Warsaw!