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Warsaw/Poland tour guide wiht a passion for the history of her home city and the history of the Polish Jews.
Since many of my visitors are coming to Warsaw from overseas to rediscover their Polish roots I’m very often ask for help with...more
Great male guide, youngish with hat and black beard whos name escapes me took us through the history of the polish jewish quarter with much enthusiasm. Eccelent English and pleasant manner made for a riveting 21/2 hours.very knowledgable and charming so a big hit with...More
"Jack" was the best tour guide we've ever had. He spoke loudly and clearly. He was extremely knowledgeable about the history and the sites, and also Jewish laws and customs. As a bonus, he recommended an excellent restaurant that offered vegetarian options!
This is a truly moving, unique experience, and we had a wonderful guide, Przemek. He was extremely knowledgeable, answered every question, very interested and full of enthusiasm and humor. I highly recommend his and this tour to anyone who is interested in WWII history and...More
Gawel, our tour guide gave our group the opportunity to understand what the Polish Jews experienced from pre-war times to the end of WWII. It was a moving story which must be told. The tour did end with a lighter note.
My sister and I were visiting Warsaw for the weekend and decided because of our heritage, we wanted to take a specific Jewish tour so had been looking up relevant ones on TripAdvisor. (originally found here but also see under 'Kasia Warsaw & Poland Guide...More
A tour of Jewish Warsaw is important and sensitive and unfortunately the guide Stan was not up to the job. He himself was very serious, personable, polite and helpful to the best of his ability and we have nothing against him on this level. But...More
Date of experience: April 2017
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Kategnka, Owner at Jewish Warsaw - Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 17 April 2017
This is not a review of my tours. This site is not for Free Walking tours page. I'm a private, certified guide with years of experience. My name is not Stan, I'm not even a boy but a woman. Unfortunately when you go on a...More
Although the guide was interesting, well spoken and informative, there is not a lot to see on this tour and you do a lot of walking to see it, there's a couple of memorials and a line on the pavement where the ghetto wall once...More
Date of experience: April 2017
Kategnka, Owner at Jewish Warsaw - Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 11 April 2017
It looks like this is not a review of my tour. I take people also to many places that were in the ghetto but survived WWII and there is far more to see than just memorials and the ghetto wall line. Also my tour is...More
Enjoyed the Free Walking Tour of Jewish Warsaw. Christina, the guide was very knowledgeable and provided many stories and details that truly enriched my knowledge. Visiting Mile 18 and Umschlag Platz was touching.
However, at the end of our tour Christinna provided her insight re...More
Date of experience: January 2017
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Kategnka, Owner at Jewish Warsaw - Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 14 April 2017
Thank you for your review but clearly it's not about my tours. This is not a Free walking tour page but a Jewish Warsaw Walking Tours page. I'm a certified guide trained by a Taube Foundation for the Renewal of the Jewish Life in Poland,...More
We spent 2 hours with a very pleasant and knowledgeable guide who called himself Mr B. He clearly knew his subject inside out and had prepared laminated photos to enhance the group's experience. It was a bitterly cold day but we covered a lot of...More