Go back in time to the dark days of World War II on a walking tour of Amsterdam designed to show you what the city looked like through the eyes of Anne Frank. Visit the Jewish Quarter, which houses a Portuguese synagogue and a museum, and look for traces left by the war in the most characteristic buildings in Amsterdam. Ready to discover how a teenage girl who lived in an attic became a world icon?
Anne Frank was only 13 years old when she and her family were forced to hide in the attic of an old house on the Prinsengracht canal in Amsterdam. Discover the horrors and hopes that World War II caused and what life was like for the city’s Jewish residents during the German occupation from 1940 to 1945.
Your guide is an expert in Amsterdam and knows perfectly where to take you to see the scars that the war left in this city. Plus, get ready for tons of heartwarming stories about the Frank family.
Find out why the Dutch had to co-exist with the occupying army and how they did it. Find out how Anne Frank became a symbol of repression and explore the secret hiding places used by the Dutch resistance.
This tour is ideal for lovers of European history and is a spectacular educational tribute to Amsterdam’s rich past and prosperous present.
Show your digital ticket to the tour guide at the meeting point, just in front of the Jewish Historical Museum.
This tour is conducted in English, Spanish, French, Italian and German.
You can cancel up to 24 hours before the day of your visit.