Jewish Tours of Eastern Europe

All tours can be customized

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  • Jewish Heritage Tour of Munich, Prague, Krakow, Budapest and Sobotica

  • This journey encompasses an incredible mix of historical and religious treasures with several of the cities visited having encountered the terror of the Nazis. In every locale we visit not only the highlights of the cities, but have also taken the time to weave Jewish points of interest into the program.

    You will have the opportunity to experience not only the different cultures and different cuisines, but you are also able to appreciate and celebrate the rich Jewish heritage that binds us all together. 

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  • Jewish Heritage Tour of Poland and Prague

  • This 10-day tour offers the traveler an in-depth view of Jewish culture and history in Poland, starting in Warsaw and touring through key sites in Lodz, Krakow and Wroclaw. The journey ends in the Czech Republic with visits to places of interest in Prague and Terezin.

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  • Jewish Heritage Tour of Romania

  • A visit to Romania is a unique journey into one of the best preserved countries in Eastern and Central Europe for its scores of well mainted synagogues and cemeteries in use by the Jewish communities. Being the homeland of Nobel Prize winner author Elie Wiesel and the Baal Shem Tov, founder of the Chasidic movement, visitors will find poignant reminders of ROmania’s Jewish heritage and Jewish roots in nearly every village and town.

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  • Jewish Heritage Tour to Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, Prague and Vienna

  • A perfect introduction to the sophistication of and culture of these fascinating cities.
    Warsaw, a city that never ceases to amaze its visitors where elements of Eastern and Western culture are interwoven.

    Krakow, one of the oldest cities in Poland is highly acclaimed for its incredible architectural monuments.

    Budapest, a huge metropolis that treasures the old yet embraces the new.

    Prague, the historical capital of Bohemia proper is a magical city of bridges, gold tipped towers and church domes.

    And finally Vienna, the former home of the Habsburgs, the waltz, sachertorte  and a true imperial capital.