Remuh Synagogue

The Remah Synagogue is the smallest 16th-century Jewish temple.
The Remah Synagogue is a 16th-century Jewish temple and the smallest of all historic synagogues in Krakow.

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Town Hall Tower
This colossal 13th century Gothic tower is the focal point of Main Square.
Kazimierz Jewish Quarter
A historic district that was formerly the Jewish centre of Kraków.
Schindler's List Passage, Jozefa Street
Small passage that was used for the filming of Schindler's List.
Tempel Synagogue
Tempel Synagogue is one of the first built landmark in Kazimierz district in Krakow.
Old Synagogue Krakow
Old Synagogue Krakow is an Orthodox Jewish synagogue situated in the Kazimierz district of Krakow, Poland.
Old Jewish Cemetery
Old Jewish Cemetery is the oldest municipal cemetery in Krakow.

Related Tours

Discover Krakow's Jewish Heritage: Private Half-Day Guided Tour

This historic tour takes you through the Jewish story in Krakow, dating back centuries in the city’s Jewish quarter through life under the Nazi regime.

On your private tour, you will:

  • Visit Kazimierz Jewish District with a private guide and learn about its historical significance;
  • Walk through several of the filming sites used in Spielberg’s Schindler's List, including the iconic passageway;
  • See two of Krakow’s notable synagogues with tickets included for each;
  • Enter the Old Synagogue, one of the oldest surviving synagogues in Europe, built in the 15th century;
  • Visit the 16th-century Remuh Synagogue, one of the smallest and most charming synagogues in the city;
  • See the Old Jewish Ghetto remains, built during the German occupation, and visit the old Jewish Cemetery (tickets included);
  • Learn the story of Oskar Schindler, and his work to save the lives of the Jewish people who worked at his enamel factory;
  • Visit Schindler’s Enamel Factory Museum on a guided tour, with your private guide, to hear the story of the ‘Schindler’s List’. 

On your private tour, you will visit Kazimierz, a district that flourished with Jewish culture as early as the 15th century. Here, you will explore many of the areas that you might have seen in the Oscar-Award-Winning Schindler’s List film. Our journey will end at Oscar Schindler’s Factory, after which your guide can make some fabulous dinner recommendations.

After learning several centuries of the history of the Jewish people in Krakow, your guide will tell you the history of the Nazi occupation of Poland and the devastation experienced by the Jewish people in the country.

You will be taken through the famed ‘Schindler’s Passage’ and visit the Old Synagogue —now a museum, which is the oldest still standing in Poland, having been built in the 15th century. While there, your guide will share with you the Jewish experience after the German invasion of 1939, and what the synagogue now means to Jewish people in Poland.

After, you will visit the Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery – a small sixteenth-century synagogue, and enjoy a small coffee break before continuing on your tour. From there, your guide will take you to Oskar Schindler’s enamel factory, where your guide will take you on a tour. Here, you will learn of the German industrialist’s efforts to save Jewish people in Krakow from the local ghetto, concentration camps, and death.

After your tour, you will be driven back to central Krakow and dropped off at your hotel or a central location of your choosing. 



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