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Private one day tours

Here are a few examples of our exclusive one-day excursions. These tours are customizable to suit your preferences. We provide a variety of private one-day tours, so feel free to inquire, and we'll create a personalized itinerary just for you.

Nuremberg tour, Court Room Number 600 with wooden brown wall panel and bench of judges - Nürnberg Tour, Gerichssaal 600 mit brauner Holzwandtäfelung und Richtertisch - סיור בנירנברג, אולם בית המשפט 600


Jewish Heritage and the 3rd Reich in Nurember

Commencing at the site of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds (Reichsparteitagsgelände), our journey takes us to the historic city center. We will visit the memorial of the main synagogue, the Church of Our Lady, constructed in place of a synagogue during the Middle Ages, observe anti-Jewish depictions on the Saint Sebaldus Church, and explore a tombstone repurposed in the courtyard of the minister of the Saint Sebaldus Church. While delving into the general history of Nuremberg, we'll glimpse the exterior of the residence of the German artist Dürer, tour Nuremberg Castle, and conclude at Courtroom 600, along with the attached exhibition on the Nuremberg Trials.

This walking tour incorporates the use of public transportation.

The cost for this four-and-a-half-hour tour is €460, inclusive of VAT, excluding entrance fees for the Documentation Center and the Palace of Justice, as well as public transportation tickets. The tour accommodates a group size of one up to 25 participants.


Munich the Essential

Embark on a captivating walking tour through the historic heart of Munich, where the political and social tapestry unfolds from the 12th century to the present day.

Contrasts become apparent as we encounter magnificent examples of late Baroque architecture from the 18th to the 19th century in southern Germany, set against squares that once witnessed the inception and manifestation of Hitler's National Socialist Party, establishing their dictatorial dominance in the "City of the Movement."

Witness the juxtaposition of conservatism and German order paving the way for economic success, contrasting with a lifestyle focused on enjoyment and relaxation, characterized by breweries, beer gardens, parks, and festivities like the iconic Oktoberfest.

The cost for this comprehensive tour is €350, inclusive of VAT, catering to groups ranging from a single participant to a maximum of 25 participants.

Munich tour, the yellow Theatiner  on Odeon Square - München Tour, die gelbe Theatinerkirche am Odeonsplatz - סיור במינכן, כנסייה תהובה ליד כיכר אודון
Augsburg tour, the Golden Hall in the city hall - Augsburg Tour, der Goldene Saal im Rathaus - סיור באוגסבורג, האוךם הזהב בעירייה



Ranked as the second oldest city in Germany after Trier, Augsburg boasts a rich history dating back to Roman times, reaching its zenith in the late Middle Ages. The city's water system, now a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, reflects its enduring legacy.

Our journey commences at Saint Anna Church and Monastery, where the reformer Martin Luther once stayed. Today, it stands as a Protestant church with a catholic chapel nestled within. As we progress to the main market, we'll marvel at the facades of opulent palaces belonging to prosperous business families, including the renowned Golden Hall in the city hall. Our exploration will also delve into the evolution of social living from the Middle Ages to the present day, with a spotlight on the Church of Saint Ulrich and Afra, the city palace of the Fugger family, and the iconic Red Tower of the historic water system.

The cost for this immersive tour is €250, inclusive of VAT, catering to groups ranging from a single participant to a maximum of 25 participants.


Exploring Jewish Life in Augsburg and its suroundings

The earliest remnants of Jewish life in Augsburg, spanning from the 13th century to 1448, are situated in the heart of Augsburg at the town hall. Beyond the city limits, in places like Kriegshaber, Jews resided until the 19th century, when Kriegshaber became formally incorporated into Augsburg. The revival of Jewish life in Augsburg took place in the 19th century, marked by the construction of a new synagogue during the First World War. Remarkably, this synagogue was spared from destruction during the infamous events of November 9/10, 1938, due to its proximity to a tank farm. In 1985, the synagogue was reopened and now serves as the home of the Jewish Museum Augsburg Swabia.

This walking tour includes the use of public transportation. The tour fee is €250, inclusive of VAT, excluding entrance fees for the Jewish Museum and tickets for public transportation (€9.30 per person). The admission fee for the Jewish Museum is approximately €6 per person. Please note that the synagogue in Kriegshaber is open only on Thursdays from 2 pm to 6 pm.

Kriegshaber tour, interior of synagogue with tora ark - Ausgburg Tour, der Innenraum der Synagoge in Kriegshaber mit Toraschrein - סיור באוגסבורג, בית הכנסת בקריגסהבר עם ארון הקודש
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