Berlin Jewish Quarter Tour

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If you visit Berlin, you can't miss a guided tour of the Jewish Quarter. A historic, special neighbourhood full of charming corners that will transport you to different moments in the past. On this three-hour walking tour, you'll see the most iconic sights of the neighbourhood, such as the New Synagogue and the Jewish cemetery.

Accompanied by a local guide, you will discover the main secrets and moving stories of the Jewish Quarter, one of Berliners' most cherished neighbourhoods.

  • Enjoy a historical tour with a local guide .
  • You will visit the main monuments, travel through history and see the most important personalities.
  • Take advantage of the personalised attention provided by a small group of around 10 people.

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  • Jewish Quarter Tour
  • Tour with local guide

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Step by Step

On this tour you can visit the Jewish quarter in Berlin, of great importance for the history of the city and the country. It is located in the Mitte district, to the north of Alexanderplatz, very close to the main tourist sights of the city.

In a small group of about 10 people, you will be guided by an expert guide through all the places full of history. You can also admire the New Berlin Synagogue and its incredible external architecture, which was built in the 19th century and damaged in 1938 during the so-called "Night of Broken Glass".

You will also walk through the Old Jewish Cemetery of Berlin, where you will not find any graves or mausoleums, because it was looted by the Nazi regime. However, you will see one of the most important and moving monuments, designed by artists Will and Mark Lambert to commemorate the Jews who were deported by the Nazi regime.

The Jewish Quarter is extremely important in Berlin and European history and culture. It was never a ghetto, as Jews were scattered throughout the city, but over time they became concentrated in what is now known as the Jewish Quarter due to its proximity to the New Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery.


· 117 Reviews
  • S
    (0 Reviews)
    It was a tour through this neighborhood full of life and history extremely regrettable for all humanity. Grateful to have known a little more of the world with this tour.
  • N
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    It was good overall.
  • M
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    Beautiful experience, it was to get to know my ancestors and who I am!
  • A
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    It was great, incredible history of the Jewish people.
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