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Jewish Museum & Jewish Quarter Guided Tour

Operative tour

If you cancel your booking until 24 hours before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 100% of the advance you paid for the booking.

Free cancellation

You can reschedule your booking without any additional cost until 24 hours before the beginning of the activiity.

Free rescheduling

Visit one of the largest museums in Europe, the Jewish Museum Berlin, and the famous Jewish quarter with its synagogue and Hackescher Markt.


Price per person:

€ 26.00 per person.

Times:

10:25 am to 02:30 pm

Duration:

4 hours.

Meeting Point:

In front of the ramp in the main entrance to the museum, Lindenstrasse 9-14, 10696, Berlin.


Included:

Spanish-speaking guide.

What to bring:

comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat to protect against the sun and water.

Not included:

pickup at your accommodation (urban area), shared transport and areas AB ticket of Berlin's public transport.

Cancellation and rescheduling policy:

24 hours.

If you cancel your booking until 24 hours before the beginning of the activity, we will refund 100% of the advance you paid for the booking.


Price

  • Adult: € 26 per person.
  • Child (age 0 to 10): for free.


We will gather at our meeting point to begin the Jewish Museum & Jewish Quarter Tour.  With its impressive deconstructivist design by architect Daniel Libeskind, the Jewish Museum Berlin is a symbol of the city. The area is famous for its atmosphere, history, courtyards, and art galleries. You will visit several areas of this charming quarter that no visitor should miss. The tour starts in the neighborhood of Kreuzberg, in front of the main entrance to the Jewish Museum, where you will be able to learn about and visually appreciate Jewish culture in the permanent exhibition. Afterwards, you will visit the New Synagogue, an important work of architecture from the mid-19th century. You will also visit the Jewish Cemetery, where there is only one monument. This is because despite being holy ground, the cemetery was looted in 1943 during the Nazi regime. The tour ends at Hackescher Markt in the heart of Berlin, a square with unusual architecture that combines appealing shops, a wide variety of restaurants, and unique handicrafts.

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