In addition to our variety comedy shows that we are offering, we have also few more serious projects for you. We offer virtual tours with an option for live broadcasting. The first few ones are from Berlin, Germany, with Amir Izhakov Lewin, an actor at Gorki Theater Berlin and a veteran talented tour guide, who has been successfully conducting daily tours in Berlin in the last 10 years.

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Following the 3 Reich

A special tour starts at Grunwald, the richest neighborhood in Berlin, where the historic "Track Gleis 17" lays and where 50,350 Jews were deported from and sent to their deaths. You will learn about the background of Hitler's rise to power, how he established a private army, the methods that helped him seize power, and how he turned a small extreme party into the leading political one in Germany. In the lecture, Amir reveals fascinating and lesser-known details of Germany's dark past. The combination of the fascinating lecture, and the fact that it is broadcast directly from the location where thousands of Jews were sent to their deaths, creates an authentic and breathtaking event.

Length: 60 to 75 minutes

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The Best of Berlin

In The Classics of Berlin tour, we will see the Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate, experience and walk through the Memorial of the Murdered Jews of Europe, visit the site of Hitler's Bunker and hear about the first person who attempted to assassinate him. We’ll pass through the German Ministry of Aviation, get to see left over parts of the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie and hear stories from the times when Berlin was in the front line of the Cold War.

Length: 60 to 75 minutes

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Alternative tour

Alternative Berlin is a magical journey to another world- an underground and creative one filled with graffiti and street art and the stories behind them. This is a tour that exposes a deferent side of Berlin- young and bubbly- the artist's and revolutionists' world. ​ We will visit controversial areas such as developments along sides of the Spree River, industrial compounds that transformed into recreational and entertainment hot-spots. We will see the use of the East Side Gallery as a tool for expression and creativity as well as graffiti sites that are not on The Wall, houses that artist took over, immigration culture centers and more.

Length: 60 to 75 minutes