Berlin was once home to one of the biggest and largely integrated Jewish communities in Germany.
During this Holocaust-focused trip to Berlin, your students will gain a deeper insight and understanding of the historical background of the Jewish population in early 20th Century Europe, and the story of their persecution from the early 1930s right up to the 'Final Solution'.
Our Suggested Itinerary
Travelling by air.
Morning flight to Berlin.
Visit to the Topography of Terror - a permanent exhibition contained within the former cellars of the Gestapo HQ, illustrating the terrors and crimes of the Nazi era.
Visit to the Checkpoint Charlie Museum - named after the famous crossing point on the Berlin Wall.
Free evening in Alexanderplatz.
Optional extra: Take in the panoramic views of the city from the top of the Berlin TV Tower!
Half-day excursion to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp with a local guide to discover the brutal history of one of the most notorious death camps of the Nazi regime.
Visit to the Jewish Museum to see two millenia of German Jewish history through the eyes of the Jewish minority.
Free time and shopping in Potsdamer Platz - from an empty wasteland to a popular shopping district, this public square has since become the heart of Berlin!
"Third Reich Berlin" walking tour. Learn about Hitler's rise and subsequent consolidation of power, and the terrible impact of the Nazi reign of terror. You will see some of the city's most influential sites, including the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag Building, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and much more!
Free time at Berlin's most popular inner-city park, the Tiergarten! Why not also take a trip up Berlin's Siegessäule (Victory Column) to see the park from another angle?
Visit to the Otto Wiedt Museum to learn about the various life stories of this inspiring man's efforts to protect the Jewish workers in his factory.
Visit The House of Wannsee Conference - perhaps one of the most chilling excursions in Europe, a trip here will allow you to see the site at which the Nazis came up with "The Final Solution".
Return flight to the UK.
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