Tour Introduction

Our company offers a unique Jewish heritage tour that explores the rich history and culture of Jewish communities around the world.

From ancient synagogues to modern-day Jewish neighborhoods, our tour provides a comprehensive and insightful journey through Jewish history.

With expert guides and customized itineraries, our Jewish heritage tour is the perfect way to connect with your roots and discover the vibrant traditions of the Jewish people.


  1. Jerusalem, Israel - considered the holiest city in Judaism, with important religious and historical sites such as the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, the City of David, and the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum.

  2. Krakow, Poland - home to the Kazimierz Jewish district and the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, both of which offer important insights into Jewish life and the atrocities of the Holocaust.

  3. Budapest, Hungary - known for its beautiful synagogue architecture, including the Dohány Street Synagogue and the Great Synagogue, which is the largest synagogue in Europe.

  4. Prague, Czech Republic - home to the historic Jewish Quarter, which includes the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Pinkas Synagogue, and the Jewish Museum.

  5. Berlin, Germany - the former site of the Jewish community before the Holocaust, with significant sites including the Holocaust Memorial, the Jewish Museum Berlin, and the New Synagogue.

  6. Amsterdam, Netherlands - home to the Anne Frank House, where Anne Frank and her family hid during the Holocaust, as well as the Jewish Historical Museum and the Portuguese Synagogue.

  7. New York City, USA - with a rich Jewish history and culture, including the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and historic synagogues such as the Eldridge Street Synagogue.

Take home with you

After our  excellent Jewish heritage tour, you may feel a deeper connection to your Jewish heritage and a better understanding of the history and culture of the Jewish people. You may also feel a sense of appreciation for the resilience and strength of the Jewish community in the face of historical challenges and tragedies. Additionally, you may feel a greater sense of empathy and compassion for the experiences of Jewish people throughout history, including during the Holocaust. Finally, you may feel inspired to continue learning and exploring Jewish culture and history, and to share your experiences and newfound knowledge with others.