Worms, known as “Little Jerusalem on the Rhine”, offers remarkable testimonies to 1000 years of Jewish life. As well as the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Jewish Cemetery “Holy Sands” (the oldest Jewish cemetery in Europe) the synagogue and the ritual bath mikveh, the tour also takes inthe Jewish quarter in “Judengasse” (“Jews’ Alley”). Outdoor tour only.
Please book this tour at least one week in advance so that we can plan it for you. Thank you for your cooperation!
The cemetery is closed on Saturdays and on Jewish festivals .
+++ Male visitors to the Jewish cemetery and the synagogue must wear a skullcap or other headgear. +++
Changes to the opening times of the cemetery, including complete closure, are possible at short
notice. Details can be found on the notice board at the Jewish cemetery.
There are five parking slots in Hagenstraße Parking is limited to 30 minutes to allow passengers to get on and off.
This short-term parking area is very near the Imperial Cathedral of Worms and the Tourist
Information. There are public toilets directly opposite in the City Hall (through the arch and then to
Long-term parking is available on Barbarossaplatz, near the funfair site. From here, a 20-minute walk takes you to the cathedral.