Hackeschen Hofe

Berlin Former Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

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Key Details
2 hours
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Live Guide
English, Italian
Wheelchair Accessible

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What You'll Do
  • Admire the sight of the New Synagogue
  • Find the hidden face of the city behind its courtyards
  • Hear stories of courage and resistance from the time of the Third Reich at the Otto Weidt workshop for the blinds
  • See past apparently empty places, that are filled of significance instead, like the Missing House Memorial
The Jewish Quarter is an excellent area to take a pleasant walk and discover hidden corners of the city and learn about its past and present.
What to Expect
It often happens that Berlin is imagined to be the city of intolerance, where the persecution and the horror of World War II started... but no. One of the strongest characteristic of Berlin is its being open and inclusive, and it has been like that for a long, long time. In the (former) Jewish quarter is possible to see clear signs of how the Jewish community was integrated in the city from the very beginning, and to know more about what happened after Hitler came to power.

It is also an excellent place to understand how the urban architecture developed and where it is possible to discover the gems that the city hides behind its facades, inside the courtyards, and to see the shapes of the contemporay Berlin.
What's Included
  • Walking tour
  • Private guide
What's Not Included
  • Transport to/from the starting point
Meeting Point

At the New Synagogue, Oranienburger Str 28-30 (station S Oranienburger Str)

What to Remember
Please wear shoes good for walking, as this is a walking tour

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Berlino e Dintorni - Private Tours

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