From the Event Organizer:
Uncover Berlin’s Jewish heritage and culture on this private, 4-hour walking tour. Explore the city’s Jewish quarter with your very own guide, and gain insight into the history of Berlin’s Jewish community, from the 17th century right through to today. Visit key landmarks like the Old Jewish Cemetery, the New Synagogue and Otto Weidt Museum. See, too, the Missing House and Hackesche Höfe and learn about those who once lived there.
Private 4-hour walking tour of Berlin’s Jewish heritage and sites with a professional guide.
Wander through the Hackesche Höfe, once home to many Jewish immigrants and a hub of cultural life.
See Platform 17 (Gleis 17), from where thousands of Jews were shipped to concentration camps.
Visit the Otto Weidt Museum, where Jewish workers were protected from the Nazis.
View the Missing House site and magnificent exterior of the New Synagogue.
Enjoy the undivided attention of a guide on this private tour.
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