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Jewish Copenhagen

TOUR PRICE: US$ 475 – Tour price includes 1-6 participants.
For more than 6 people the price is additional USD 40 per guest.
THE PRICE INCLUDES: A professional Jewish guide for 3 hours.
STARTING POINT: In front of the Copenhagen Synagogue
STARTING TIME: At your request
TOUR ENDS: After a visit to the Danish-Jewish Museum
ENTRANCE FEES: Not included in the tour price

Explore Jewish history on a guided tour of Copenhagen as you trace the remarkable journey of Danish Jewry from the initial invitation by King Christian IV in 1622 to the present day.

Led by a knowledgeable Jewish guide, you’ll hear personal narratives detailing the extraordinary rescue of over 7,000 Danish Jews during the Nazi occupation in October 1943, alongside insights into contemporary Jewish life.

Inside the Copenhagen Synagogue, marvel at the unique architecture surrounding the Ark housing the Torah scrolls. Erected in 1833, this synagogue stands as a focal point for Jewish life in Denmark, distinguished by its use of Egyptian elements in the columns, ceiling, and cornice.

Stroll through Copenhagen’s old city center and learn about significant landmarks along the way.

  • The Copenhagen University
  • The Parliament
  • Christiansborg Palace
  • The Round Tower
  • The Old Stock Exchange
  • The Pedestrian Mall ”Ströget”

Visit to the Danish-Jewish Museum
The top architect Daniel Libeskind’s characteristic architecture will – in an almost labyrinthine manner – lead you into the enthralling universe of the Danish Jewish culture. The Museum is named ’Mitzvah’ (“good deed” in Hebrew) honouring the rescue of most of the Danish Jews during WW2.

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If you have questions or want good advice for planning a city walk, please call or send us an email.

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