No other major European city has in the last few decades redefined, recreated and rebuilt itself to the extent that Berlin has. As well as recognizing past centuries of Jewish life, Berlin is a city where the losses of the Holocaust are keenly felt and stringently remembered.


We have a deep understanding of the mixed feelings many people may have about visiting Germany and our guides address difficult topics with feeling and an insider’s sensitivity. We are here to accompany and support you 100% on your journey.

Jewish and General tour: East Berlin

  • Bebelplatz and the book burning Memorial
  • Unter den Linden Boulevard
  • Museum Island
  • Hackescher Markt and Hachescher Höffe
  • Old Jewish Quarter of Berlin
    • The site of Berlin’s old Jewish cemetery with Moses Mendelssohn's grave
    • The Jewish High School
    • The site of the first synagogue
    • The Missing House and Stolpersteine Memorials
    • The Memorial for the Women’s Protest in Rosen Strasse.
    • The New Synagogue, with its splendid golden dome, is today a museum and offers you an insight into Berlin Jewish life.



Price: 75 EUR per person. 4 to 8 people


Entrance fees: 8 EUR for the Centrum Judaicum. To be paid in cash on the spot.

  • Minimum: 4 people.
  • Maximum: 8 people.




Cancellation Policy:

  • Cancellation within 7 days of the tour or a no-show: you are responsible for 100% of the agreed price.
  • If the minimum of participants (4 people) is not achieved, the tour will be cancelled and you will be reimbursed.


About our guides:
Our guides are all either Jewish Studies majors or historians and involved with the Jewish Community today. They are experienced, professional guides and work for us long-term.

Accessibility and walking time:
This tour is accessible for people with mobility issues.

For wheelchairs, please inform us!

Walking time is approximate of 50 minutes, depending on the pace. 

No, I don’t want a small group tour. I would like a private and customized tour: