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Want to know more about Germany?
Dip into our inspiring eBrochure and get your first impressions about the sheer diversity of Germany as a travel destination. The eBrochure is available in 29 different languages for Windows PC, Macintosh Computers and Linux PC.

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Germany for the Jewish Traveler

Berlin Synagogue, Germany. Copyright DZT, Photographer Kiedrowski, Rainer
Learn about Germany's Jewish history, including the 20-century saga of Germany and the Jewish people, and about Germany's burgeoning 21st century Jewish community - the third largest and fastest growing in Western Europe.


Click on any of the links below to learn more about Germany's Jewish history:

  • Holocaust Memorial Berlin - Check out the official Holocaust memorial, designed by German architect Peter Eisenman and entrenched in German Jewish history.
  • Jewish Museum Berlin - Trace Germany's Jewish history from the Roman Age to the present day at the Jewish Museum in Berlin. This silvery, steel-clad building represents the most significant example of contemporary architecture in Berlin.
  • Stolpersteine - Stumble Stones in Dachau - Another interesting piece of German Jewish history. Come see the six brass "stumble stones" that the city of Dachau laid in front of several former Jewish homes to commemorate their occupants.

Also don't forget to find out all about the new Jewish Museum in Munich ...Click below to find out about more exhibits and Jewish tours!


Download brochure

Click here to download our brochure Germany for the Jewish Traveler. This online version was updated in December 2008.

A Journey of Jewish History

In 2009, Matterhorn Travel offers "Worlds of our Fathers - A Journey of Jewish History in Germany". This 11-day trip introduces you to the portrait of the German-Jewish Epoch and the response of emigration to the United States. For travel dates, detailed itinerary and reservation, click here.