Jewish Berlin Virtual Tour

Jewish Berlin Virtual Tour Part 1. Golden Age

Embark on an enthralling Jewish Berlin Virtual tour with Olga as your guide and delve deep into the captivating history of Berlin’s Jewish community. “Jewish Berlin Tour: From Early Settlers to Golden Age” offers a fascinating exploration of the city’s rich Jewish heritage, spanning from the first Jewish settlers to the flourishing Golden Age of this vibrant community.

Unearth the beginnings of the Jewish presence in Berlin as Olga leads you through the alleys of the city’s oldest neighborhood, where the first pioneers set foot. Discover what made the Jews of Berlin distinct and how they thrived amidst the urban landscape.

Venture into the heart of the city center, once dominated by the city’s Jewish inhabitants, and witness the splendor of the New Berlin Synagogue, a testament to the community’s enduring spirit. Step back in time as you wander through the oldest Jewish cemetery, connecting with the echoes of the past.

As you tread the paths of Jewish intellectuals, merchants, and bankers, Olga will regale you with captivating tales of Berlin’s Golden Age. Hear stories of the Jewish elite who played instrumental roles in the city’s economics and social life, leaving an indelible mark on Berlin’s historical legacy.

Charlottenburg, the distinguished borough in West Berlin, unfolds before you as you explore the 1920s – the Golden Age of the Berlin Jews. Discover the vibrant intellectual and business elite who once graced these streets with their presence, shaping the city’s cultural fabric.

 Jewish Berlin Part 2. Shoa And Re-Birth Of The Berliner Jews

Part 2 of the Jewish Berlin Virtual Tour series takes you through the city’s Jewish history from the 1930s and WWII period to the present day. You’ll learn about the devastating changes that occurred in the lives of Berlin’s Jews with the rise of the Nazis, including the restrictions they faced and the ways they sought to escape. You’ll also discover how many Jews emigrated from Berlin and who remained in the German capital.

Through a virtual visit to the Berlin Jewish Museum, you’ll get to see unique artifacts that once belonged to the city’s Jewish community during the Nazi period. The tour will take you on a virtual walk around the city, visiting key historical sites such as the place from where thousands of Berlin Jews were sent to death camps, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, and the Stumbling Stones.

You’ll also learn about the Women’s Protest, the first and only civilian protest that took place in Berlin during WWII, and visit the Rosentrasse memorial where the protest occurred. The tour concludes with a visit to the Deserted Room.


Each part lasts for 1hr 30min, including Q&A


Pre-recorded video Zoom-based tour with the guide's live narrative


Please contact for the detailed tour itinerary


You can book any of the parts or do both of them in sequence