The Route of Jewish heritage in Poland makes the first attempt at a comprehensive approach towards the very complex issues of Jewish heritage in Poland. This viewpoint comes in a cross-section form reflecting on all of the most important phenomena related to what is broadly understood as Jewish Poland and its millennium long history dating back to High Middle Ages. The Route combines hub cities, perceived as optimal connectors for telling the story of Polish Jewry with its all extraordinary nuances, located in several Polish regions across the country. Linking those 5 hub cities creates a closed trail in a form of a circle. At the same time, these are the largest Polish metropolitan centers, and allow for a number of sub-routes of regional character to be established in each of the 5 sections.