Hardly any other people have influenced the cultural history of this city as did the 160,000 strong Jewish population that once thrived here. Prussia was the first country to grant Jews full citizenship and it was Berlin to which they were magically drawn. From secular to ultra-orthodox, many Jewish intellectuals, peddlers and artists made Berlin their home and left behind an rich history of Jewish culture and life.
The most important centers of Jewish life in Berlin was the area around Hackesher Markt and the Orianburgerstraße . Our tour begins in the legendary Hackescher Höfe, from there we visit one of Berlins most magnificent buildings, the restorated New Synagogue, where the worlds first female rabbi was ordained during the nazi era.
We show you the scene of Jewish history in Berlin; From the first settlers during the enlightenment to the persecution by the Nazi’s right up to the incredible comeback of Jewish life today.
Next dates and booking for “Jewish Berlin Tour”
Follow your own schedule and take Jewish Berlin Tour as a private tour with your own berlin-on-bike-guide.
How to find Berlin on BikeAll of our tours begin at the “Kulturbrauerei” in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg district. The painstakingly restored brewery complex is the ideal place to test out your bike before the tour. A variety of restaurants and beer gardens just around the corner offer the perfect way to relax and reflect after a fabulous tour.The easiest way to enter the brewery is on the Knaackstraße 97, just beyond the intersection with the Danziger Straße . After that you just follow the yellow “Berlin on Bike” signs.
Directions from Eberswalder Straße metro station
- take the exit marked:”Danziger Straße”
- head toward the street that leads away from the elevated train tracks to the left. Cross over to the right hand side of the street.
- after 150 meters you’ll reach the Knaackstraße, turn right. After 30 meters turn left through a large archway.
- follow the yellow “Berlin on Bike” signs