Begin your tour at your desired pickup point and hop aboard your Fiat 125p with your private guide. Enjoy provided snacks as you go, as well as a souvenir photo with the communist-era vehicle.
Take off first to see the remains of the Ghetto Wall, constructed in the former Jewish Ghetto in 1940 and imprisoning over 400,000 Jews. Learn the complex history of Warsaw’s Jewish community from your guide, gaining a deeper understanding of the perils faced during the Nazi occupation.
Continue to the Nożyk Synagoue for a look inside. An active place of worship today, it was Warsaw's only surviving synagogue in WWII. Afterward, travel to the former ‘Large Ghetto’ of Muranów, now decorated with modern buildings and street art. Pause for a stroll through the Jewish Cemetery to pay homage to the lives lost.
Visit the Ghetto Heroes Monument next and, if you choose, make a stop at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (own expense). Explore the acclaimed modernist space that chronicles over 1,000 years of Polish-Jewish history.
As this is a private tour, feel free to mention any particular points of interest to your guide, including the film locations featured in The Pianist, and set in Warsaw's WWII era. Opt to conclude with a meal (own expense) at a traditional restaurant before being returned to your original departure point.