The original walking tours in English - operating since 1993

Berlin's Jewish community again ranks as one of the most important in Europe, but the relevant sights are often hard to find.  We will take you off the beaten path, all the while tracing the history of a community whose contribution to Jewish and European culture cannot be overestimated.

Jewish Life in Berlin


The Old Jewish Quarter

A tour of the old Jewish quarter which – despite the devastation of the Nazi era – is now home to a revitalized Jewish community.  We explain how this history is dealt with today and how the Jewish community is rebuilding itself.

Discover some of the hidden sights of a bygone era:  find out where the Old Synagogue was built and visit the final resting place of Moses Mendelssohn in the Old Cemetery; see the new Jewish School and marvel at the domes of the New Synagogue; learn where Otto Weidt, Berlin’s own “Schindler,” ran his workshop, and where the successful “Women’s Protest” helped save almost 2,000 Jews from deportation to the death camps.

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Meeting Point


Outside Weihenstephaner restaurant opposite Hackescher Markt S-Bahn station.

Address: Neue Promenade 5
52.52301, 13.401557

The following S-Bahn trains and trams stop at Hackescher Markt:
S-Bahn: S5, S7, S75
Tram: M1, M4, M5, M6, 12

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