Jewish Quarter and Inner Courtyards Tour of Berlin
Overview of the tour in Berlin
The Jewish Quarter in Berlin is a vibrant and distinctive area that reflects the rich history of Judaism in the city since the 15th century.
On this fascinating tour, you'll discover the history of this community from their arrival in Berlin to the darkest moments of the Third Reich and the Holocaust.
The picturesque streets, secret courtyards, and memorials make up this area that attracts visitors from all over the world.
Together, we'll explore the most authentic corners of the Jewish Quarter and uncover details that even many locals don't know.
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This activity includes:
- Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt
- New Synagogue Berlin - Centrum Judaicum
- St. Mary's Church
- Denkmal Rosenstraße
- Iglesia de María
- Rosen Straße
- Hackescher Höfe
- Dead Chicken Alley
- Museo de Otto Weidt
- Antiguo cementerio judío
- Große Hamburger Straße
- Heckmann Höfe
- Nueva Sinagoga
- ...¡y mucho más!
Find the meeting point right outside the gate of the Rotes Rathaus (Red Town Hall) and look for a WHITE UMBRELLA!
You can get there with the U5 metro line, getting off at the "Rotes Rathaus" stop, or walk five minutes from Alexander Platz where you will find more public transport options.
Things to note
- Accessible for people with reduced mobility.
- For reservations of more than 6 people even if they are made separately, the guide will have to be paid at the beginning of the tour € 10 per person.
**A minimum of 5 participants is required for the tour to take place**
You are free to cancel a booking anytime. We kindly remind you to cancel bookings you cannot arrive for. Being reported as absent decreases your customer level points and the benefits you can enjoy.