A – Yes, there are several options. The most popular route to explore Jewish history is passing through Germany along the Rhine and Main rivers. Starting with the significance of Nuremberg and the courtroom where the leaders of the Nazi regime were brought to trial to Cologne the site of an ancient synagogue, there is a great deal to see in this part of Europe. Uniworld has designed a ten-day Rhine-Main Discovery and Munich theme that focuses on the Jewish history. The first departure os on May 28th, 2017. Avalon is also operating itineraries of its Blue Danube Discovery Program that operates from Nuremberg to Budapest with additional time in Prague.
AMA was the first to operate Jewish Heritage itineraries but the company has now started to include tours dedicated to Jewish culture on all of its itineraries within Germany.