Explore some of Berlin's key historical sights, visiting the city's Jewish Quarter, the Jewish museum and the haunting Holocaust memorial - an insightful trip which will bring to life the realities of those who suffered through the second World War.
The tour will start with a coach ride to the old Jewish Quarter in Mitte district, along Oranienburger Strasse, stopping at Neue Synagogue, one of Berlin's most significant Jewish landmarks. The trip continues with a stop on Große Hamburger Strasse, once called the "Mile of Tolerance" due to housing the institutions of three religions: a Catholic hospital, a Protestant church and the old Jewish cemetery.
Continue by coach to Daniel Liebeskind's Jewish Museum, which exhibits fascinating displays of the social, political and cultural history of Jews in Germany, showcasing the repercussions of the holocaust. Finally, the tour ends with a visit to the "Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe" (Holocaust Memorial), an absolute must-see on any trip to Berlin and a powerful reminder of the religion's tragic history.