Private Guided Tours

No matter what your level of expertise is, when in Poland, you surely need a reliable person who would take you to places you wish to see. You hate big groups and mindless rushing through places? That is a perfect offer for you. I can be your driver and the best guide you could find. We can visit each place you wish to see. You can spend your time in Poland more effectively. All you need to do is call me. I will pick you up from your hotel, drive you to a destination you choose, explain everything you need to know about the place, present you with unique materials on the local history and drive you back. Details to be agreed individually. Use the Contact section to email me.

Below are some of the destinations I have on my offer.


There is so much to see and so many ways to experience the Jewish Kraków, including the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz. Let us go on a special walking tour and feel it for ourselves. Read more.


Read about Tarnów’s once vibrant Jewish community and get to know places connected with its history here. I can take you there and show you around.

Dąbrowa Tarnowska

You need to visit the Jewish cemetery and the magnificent synagogue in Dąbrowa Tarnowska. Read more.


Even today, after the total destruction of the local Jewish community during the Shoah, Dębica still has a lot to offer for tourists who wish to see how a Jewish shtetl did look like. I invite you to join me on a trip to visit the remaining Judaica: a late 17th century synagogue, a cemetery and the city center with tenement houses that once were owned by Jews plus places connected with the Shoah – the former ghetto site and the monument on the mass grave in the Wolica forest. Read more about centuries of the Jewish life in Dębica here.


Read about Rzeszów – once an important center of Jewish life of the Southern Poland.


Read more about the Jews in Leżajsk, including the great tzadik Elimelech of Lizhensk. We can visit his ohel.

Hasidic Route

Explore cities and little towns that were once centers of Hasidism. So much to see. The Jewish presence is still there somehow. Let us travel and learn.