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- Take a look behind the facades of the Spandauer Vorstadt and discover the hidden courtyards in this old neighborhood of Berlin
- Immerse yourself in the history of the district, which has always stood for tolerance of different cultures
- Hear about the eventful history of the city, especially the Jewish history in this part of the city
DescriptionExplore the Hackesche Höfe and learn more about the unusual fate of this revitalized district and its incredible history. Immerse yourself in the colorful multicultural life on Sophienstraße and take a look into the courtyard of the artisan association as well as the interesting Sophie-Gips-Höfe. Große Hamburger Straße has always been a “road of tolerance”. Look behind the scenes of a great Catholic institution, enjoy the views of the most important Baroque church in the city, and learn more about the fate of the Jewish community in Berlin and its first cemetery. On the famous Oranienburger Straße you can learn more about the history of the imposing New Synagogue and the adjacent Postfuhramt. At the end of the tour you will have the opportunity to look into the Heckmann Höfe, one of the most interesting back courtyards of the neighborhood.
IncludesTour guide Private walking tour
- Special interests (Jewish history, urban planning, city history) can be arranged with the tour operator in advance