You have probably seen “Schindler’s List”, a thrilling, historic film by Steven Spielberg. This epic drama tells about the fate of Krakow Jews during World War II, portraying both their main oppressor – Amon Goeth, commandant of the Kraków-Płaszów concentration camp and Oskar Schindler, a German businessman, who was saving Jews by employing them in his factory in Zabłocie district. Our Krakow guides invite You to the places, that seven decades ago were really witnessing an unimaginable drama well-known from the movie.
The trail leads through Jewish Kazimierz, one of the most beautiful districts of Krakow, where flourished a rich and colorful life of the Jewish community. This fascinating world has been brutally and criminally destroyed by the Nazi occupiers. During the sigthseeing with our Krakow guides, You will see sites of memory at the former ghetto and visit Schindler Krakow Factory Museum with its vast, and rich exhibition on the life and fate of Polish and Jewish residents of Krakow during the Nazi occupation.
Following the footsteps of the film crew, we get to know dramatic human stories related to the places we visit.