Two days, both topics - a model itinerary

Having two days for both topics is the classic choice. We can dedicate enough time for the most important locations both in Jewish and in general terms. 

Our German itinerary will include:
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Checkpoint Charlie
  • The East Side Gallery (the longest original segment remaining of the Berlin Wall, with paintings of 118 artists from around the world)
  • Unter den Linden
  • The Book Burning square with its challenging memorial of an empty library
  • The government district with the Reichstag and the Chancellor's Office (outside)
  • Potsdamer Platz and its architecture (including the famous Sony Center)
  • Gendarmenmarkt
  • Wilhelmstraße - the former location of all the Nazi bigshots
  • The Topography of Terror (outside)
  • Alexanderplatz
  • The Humboldt University, including the gallery of Nobel laureates
  • The National Memorial of Germany (“Neue Wache”), which they created to commemorate their own soldiers
From the Jewish perspective we will see:
  • The central Holocaust memorial
  • The New Synagogue
  • The famous “Stumbling Stones” commemorating the victims at their former addresses
  • The Missing House
  • The Deserted Room
  • The Hackesche Courtyards
  • Otto Weidt's workshop (the Berlin version of Oskar Schilder's factory)
  • The memorial to the Kindertransport
  • The Book Burning square
  • The Grunewald train station
  • The Bavarian Quarter
Our exact route depends on our meeting point - typically your hotel. As guides, we want to combine adjacent locations, so there usually isn't a strict division between a “Jewish" day and a “German" day. Instead, we cover both topics on both days, so everything makes sense geographically (East/West).

Please contact us for more details!

Jewish Guide in Berlin