"From the World to Warsaw, from Warsaw to the World" – a tour of the city center in the footsteps of migrants

Grupa ludzi w jesiennych ubraniach idzie ścieżką wzdłuż widocznej w głębi jednej ze ścian Muzeum POLIN. Drzewa mają jeszcze zielone liście
fot. Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich

Do you know where in Muranów the Ukrainian community meets and where Miss Skłodowska lived? We invite you to a tour in the footsteps of people for whom Warsaw became a new home.

We will discover the histories of those who chose to become Warsaw residents – in the past and today, we will visit places devoted to them and created by them. We will talk about those who spent a part of or their whole lives in Warsaw, but also about those who went abroad and became emigrants.


  • Małgorzata Stróżyk-Kaczyńska – a Varsovian and a member of a family of guides, she inherited the guiding passion from her mom, a graduate of Italian studies, a mother of two kids with whom she rediscovers Warsaw.
  • Larysa Vychivska – a beginner guide from Kiev and a teacher at a Ukrainian school in Warsaw, a lover of Warsaw's historical sites and history, currently living in Warsaw, an activist. 
  • Ewa Tworko – a Russian studies graduate, a translator, a courier, a guide, she received her tourist genes from her mom, also a courier and guide; she takes pleasure in identifying literary pictures of Warsaw and Warsaw's venues related to writers and artists.
  • Ula Modzelewska – she loves Warsaw and the English language. As a guide, she offers her knowledge to tourists visiting the Polish capital. 

October 22, 2016, 2 PM - 4 PM, free admission. We meet at the main entrance of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews at 2 PM. The tour will last until 4 PM and will end in Piłsudski Square. Language: Polish.

The tour was prepared as part of the "Wielowarszawa – kultury, przestrzenie, nasze historie" (MultiWarsaw – cultures, spaces, and our histories) course for city guides and migrants. During several weeks of the course that was filled with meetings and workshops, the participants developed intercultural competencies and broadened their knowledge of Warsaw, including its multicultural heritage and contemporary diversity. Four Warsaw sightseeing paths were created as part of the course.

The “MultiWarsaw – cultures, spaces, and our histories” course is part of the “Jewish Cultural Heritage” project, the “Faces of Diversity” component. Supported by Norway grants and EEA grants offered by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. 
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