Explore Jewish life in Berlin, as it was before and during the Holocaust, as well as its contemporary character.
Visit the striking New Synagogue before exploring the surroundings on Oranienburger Street. Learn the history of Jews in Berlin as you pass various landmarks and consider the events that have transpired on the road.
Explore locales such as the city’s first Jewish cemetery, an old-age home turned deportation center, and the liberal academy for Judaism.
See the somber site of the Burning of Books, Bebelplatz. Visit the Jewish Museum and ponder one of the great horrors of history at the evocative Holocaust Memorial, with its irregular stelae spanning 19,000 square meters.