Discover the hidden heritage of Warsaw on a private tour Warsaw Jews have disappeared irretrievably; their Warsaw was destroyed irrevocably. Nobel prize winner and Polish Jew Isaac Bashevis Singer still had the images of people and places from before the Holocaust before his eyes. All that is left for us are a few fragile material traces, inscriptions, documents and testimonies - the legacy of surviving memory. But they are still here, although difficult to find... See the city that does not exist any more, places where Singer lived, the Praga district with Jewish buildings, old cemetery, praying houses, mykvah, traces of mezuzah, the synagogue... Tour duration - 4 hours. Former 'Nalewki district', synagogue, Jewish cemetery, I. B. Singer route, famous Rabbis and other noble personalities of Warsaw, Jewish Praga district (remains of Praga synagogue, Jewish private prayer houses, the Praga district mykvah, Jewish streets of Praga) and others. Please note - due to Sabbath some Jewish sites are not available on Friday afternoon and Saturday. The tour may be extended by additional sights on demand (i.e. the former Jewish ghetto area).