Join this 2 hour walking tour through Amsterdam and learn all about Anne Frank during the Second World War. Meet your guide at Waterlooplein and discover the most important sights about Anne Frank and other jews during World War 2 including the Jewish Quarter, the Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Council headquarters. Discover historical monuments and buildings which are still marked by traces of war. Learn about life during the second World War and the struggles people endured like the February strike and the hunger winter.
Discover the many hiding places in the city where families such as the Franks were forced to flee. Get an idea of what life was like in the Netherlands during nazi-occupation in the early 1940s. Hear the story of Anne Frank, her family and what they had to endure during this dark period of time. learn about her diary, how it was published by her father after the war and how it became one of the best selling books of all time.
-Visit some of the most historical sights of Amsterdam
-Hear the incredible story of Anne Frank and her diary
-Learn about life during the second World War and the struggles people endured
Meet in front of the Portugese Synagogue at the Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1. We operate daily and you can choose your own departure time between 10:00 – 16:00. With your booking confirmation you will receive pictures of the meeting point so that it is easy for you to find it!