Jewish Quarter & Third Reich
JEWISH QUARTER & THIRD REICH
Discover with our guides the ins and outs of Jewish culture in Germany, from its beginnings in the 15th century to its darkest moments during the Third Reich. Enjoy the wonderful streets of the Jewish quarter of Berlin with all its secrets and the largest complex of working courtyards that can be found today in Berlin, all unique to each other.
What will we be visiting?
During our 2.30 hour walking tour, we will visit:
- New Synagogue
- Heckamnn's Höfe
- August Straße (street of the art galleries)
- Grosse Hamburger Straße (street of religious tolerance)
- Stolpersteine (Stumbling stones)
- Jewish Cemetery
- Hackesche Höfe
- Dead Chicken Alley
- ... and more!
Where does the tour start?
Find us in front of the museum square of "Tränenpalast", Palace of Tears, located next to the train station of Freidrichstrasse, where we are always under our yellow umbrella.
When and what time?
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 15:00h/16:00h
LOW SEASON (15/11 - 15/03): The tour starts at 15:00h.
HIGH SEASON (16/03 - 14/11): The tour starts at 16:00h.
|Jewish Quarter & Third Reich|
|Time of departure||15h00 - 16h00|
|Days||Monday, Wednesday and Friday|
- No transport ticket is required.
- It is not necessary to bring the printed reservation but it is necessary to bring it in digital format (confirmation email).
For bookings of 6 adults (from 14 years old) or more, 10 euros per person must be paid to the guide at the beginning of the tour due to the costs involved in hiring an additional guide and the tendency for the final financial assessment of the tour to be made in groups rather than individually. Also included are reservations that, despite being made separately, are part of the same group.