The Charm of Zamosc Walking Tour is a unique opportunity to explore the rich history and cultural heritage of this beautiful city. This tour takes you through the heart of Zamosc, starting with a visit to the historic Zamosc Synagogue, one of the oldest and most beautiful synagogues in Poland. From there, we’ll continue to the Museum of Zamość, where you’ll discover the rich history of this city and the people who have lived here for centuries. Next, we’ll visit the Great Market Square, the vibrant center of Zamosc where locals gather to shop, eat, and socialize. Our final stop is at the Pfarrei der Auferstehung des Herrn und St. Tomasz, a stunning church that serves as a testament to the city’s religious and cultural heritage. Join us on this exciting walking tour and experience the charm of Zamosc for yourself.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Museum of Zamość Admission fee - 4 USD

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Zamosc Synagogue

    The Zamość Synagogue is one of Poland's oldest and most architecturally significant synagogues. The church was built in a design inspired by the square Italian Renaissance of the early seventeenth century by retaining many of the original characteristics, Including built-in brickwork and an Aron Kodesh frame.

  • 2

    Museum of Zamość

    Two rows of striking and colorful Armenian houses in the northeast of Rynek are home to the Zamość Museum. These houses were once owned by Armenian merchants. You will find unique and exotic patterns on their front.

  • 3

    Great Market Square

    Great Market Square is a historic square with great restaurants and tourist souvenir spots. Many events are held here and are located at the town hall, a great way to spend an afternoon or evening with your partner or family.

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    Pfarrei der Auferstehung des Herrn und St. Tomasz

    It is a church built in the late 16th century, located on the Renaissance route. It was originally a collegiate church until 1992, when the diocese of Zamosk-Lubucci, ascended to the ranks of the cathedral by the decision of then Pope John Paul II.

Meeting Point

By the entrance of Zamosc Synagogue, Pereca 14, 22-400 Zamość, Poland See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.