Join this 2-hour walking tour and explore the city’s historic Jewish Quarter. Learn more about Amsterdam’s troubled past while also giving you an insight into how the Jewish community lived and survived in the aftermath of the second world war in Amsterdam and how they still thrive today.
Hear all about the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands from 1940 untill 1945 and how it affected those living in Amsterdam and especially the Jewish community.
Discover the Portuguese Synagogue, the Jewish Historical Museum and stroll by the Headquarters of the Jewish Council. Learn how the Dutch behaved towards the Jews of Amsterdam and how the people endured the hunger winter and the Febuary strike as you pass sites like the Auschwitz Monument and the Dokwerker.
Finally the tour ends in front of the Anne Frank House, where you’ll learn more about her best-selling diary, how it was published by her father Otto Frank and how it gained worldwide fame.
During this tour you will visit some of the most historical sights such as:
-The Auschwitz Monument
-The Hollandsche Schouwburg
-The Jewish Historical Museum
-The Portuguese Synagogue
-The Headquarters of The Jewish Council
-The Spinoza Monument
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!