One hour private walking tour– max 10 person group
includes 19% VAT, guide fee, booking fee, admin fee, transportation and driver costs, and tourism insurances.
Our Jewish Berlin Tour starts from the Oranienburgerstrasse S-bahn station – at the entrance to the Postfuhramt building
Considers the history of Jewish life in Berlin in light of and beyond the Shoa; exploring antisemitism and assimilation in the heart of what was once – and now is again – one of the world’s most important Jewish communities.
Explore an area transformed by persecution now representative of Berlin’s liberal savoir-faire. Visit one of the city’s oldest synagogues, the home of the world’s first female rabbi & learn of the important role Berlin played in the 18th century Jewish Enlightenment movement.
…the Neue Synagoge, the Heckmann Höfe, the former Jewish Girl’s School, the Ahawah Kinderheim, the Moses Mendelssohn Boy’s School, the Jewish Cemetery, the grave of Moses Mendelssohn…
The first step in booking any of our tours is to get in touch – either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by using the contact box below.
What sort of tour/s are you interested in? Have you already booked your accomodation and would like your tour to start there? How many days are you staying in Berlin and would you like to book multiple tours?
Once we have received your initial request we will get back in touch within 24-48hrs with further details and a proposal for your trip.
Bookings for the high season (May-December) need to be paid in full in advance – we accept VISA/Mastercard/Paypal/Bank Transfer and plenty of other forms of payment.
Ostseestrasse 77, Prenzlauer Berg,Berlin 10409
Cover ImageBerlin, im Scheunenviertel, Straßenhandel[Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1987-0413-501 / CC-BY-SA 3.0]