Travel back to the dark days of World War II on a walking tour of Amsterdam, as it would have been seen through the eyes of Anne Frank. Visit the Jewish neighborhood, home to a Portuguese synagogue and museum. Look for traces of war on characteristic Amsterdam buildings, and find out how a teenage girl in an attic became an icon.
Anne Frank was just 13 when she and her family were forced into hiding in the attic of an old canal house on Amsterdam’s Prinsengracht. Journey back to the horrors and hopes of World War II, and learn what life was like for the city’s Jewish residents during the German occupation from 1940 to 1945.
Your guide is an expert on all things Amsterdam. They’ll know just where to take you to point out the scars of war, and how to move you with tales of the Frank family.
Learn why and how the Dutch tried to co-exist with the occupying army. Find out how Anne Frank became a symbol of suppression, and discover secret hiding places used by the Dutch resistance!
Ideal for fans of European history, this tour is an educational and scenic tribute to Amsterdam’s rich past and thriving present.
TAKE NOTE! This tour does NOT include entrance to the Anne Frank House.
- 2-hour walking tour through Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter
- Professional live guide in English, Spanish, French, Italian or German (depending on the ticket option selected)
How to get there?
Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, 1011 PL, Amsterdam