For an historian, Berlin is amazing: History speaks from every building, can be found in every corner.
As someone who came from the Middle East and speaks both Hebrew and Arabic, Berlin is fascinating: Truly colourful and multicultural.
As a member of a Jewish-German family that donated to so many museums in Berlin (the Jewish Museum and the Nefertiti), I have an inner perspective to Berlin’s culture.
After obtaining an advanced degree with a focus on Germany’s Political and Military History, I dedicated mz time to show you all the things that make this city one of the most fascinating on earth. My connection to the city and to Germany goes back to 1650, when my family decided to move to the city. My family left an impact on the cultural scene of the city. My family story is the story of Berlin : the highest points and the lowest.
- General Sightseeing of Berlin
- Historical Berlin: From the Middle Ages to Contemporary Times
- Berlin During the Third Reich Era
- Jewish Heritage Tours (in the “regular” Jewish heritage sites and in more off the beaten track routes)
- Cold War Berlin
- Berlin in the Roaring 1920s
- The Old City of Spandau and its Vicinity
- Potsdam and Wannsee
- The Jewish Museum (usually integrated with other sites – please consult me)
- Ravensbrück and Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial (certified guide)
- Dresden (Day Trip from Berlin)
- Leipzig (Day Trip from Berlin)
- Hamburg (Day Trip from Berlin)
- Seelow Heights and the battle of Berlin.
- and many more
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