Considered, from centuries XVI and XVII, like the European Jerusalem by ample freedom of cult that was exerted within its limits. Amsterdam will host much of the Jewish population being expelled in different parts of Europe for religious reasons.On a route through the old Jewish quarter, which will not take you more than a couple of hours, the traveler can enjoy the various points of interest in the area From Waterlooplein, where the Spinoza monument is located, to the Amsterdam Zoo, site of the National Holocaust Memorial, and from the Hermitage area of Amsterdam, location of The Shadow Canal Monument, to the Nieuwe Herengracht canal, where we will find the Impressive Portuguese Synagogue, during the tour of the Jewish cultural district travels more than 45 points of interest related to the culture of the Jewish community of the city.
Bruchim haba'im! Explore the Jewish heritage of Amsterdam.Explore the former Jewish part of the city and learn everything about the importance of the Jewish community for the city of Amsterdam in the past and today.During our walking tour we will also visit the Jewish Historical museum, the Portuguese Synagogue, the Holland Theatre and the Auschwitz monument.The Jewish Historical museum is located in four former Ashkenazi synagogues which are connected with each other. The museum provides a perfect impression about Jewish life in Amsterdam from the beginning around 1600 until today.
Discover the Jewish history in Amsterdam as you visit important landmarks in the city on this 2-hour walking tour. This tour will show and explain the history of the large Jewish population in Amsterdam and the footprints they have made in the city.
Your morning or afternoon in Amsterdam will start at the statue of the dockworker at the foot of the Portuguese synagogue. Set off in a relaxing pace to make sure you really get to see, feel and learn all about the Jewish history and population from Amsterdam.
- Visit places that represent and pay tribute to the victims of WWII as well as to all the Jewish community of Amsterdam. - Go to the world famous Tuschinski theatre and find out how the cinema and the Jewish community are connected. - Follow the historical trail to visit The Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Museum. Throughout your whole private experience, you'll hear interesting facts and stories about the Jewish community and Anne Frank. And ask away! Your knowledgeable guide has a vast understanding of the subject and can answer your questions in a blink!Go back in time at the Hollandsche Schouwburg. Hear about the Jewish community hotspot which used to be here, later transformed into a deportation center by the Germans in 1942. Along the way, you'll visit the Auschwitz Memorial.Follow the 'Stolpersteine': cobblestones that commemorate Jewish victims of the Holocaust and that will take you to Anne Frank's House, our last point.
Join this 2-hour private walking tour and learn about the Jewish history of Amsterdam. Explore the centuries-old Jewish quarter of the city in a small group and learn about the life of Anne Frank from your guide.Hear stories about Anne Frank's family relationships, her move from Germany, the time she was hiding, and her father's life after the war.Get interesting information about the background of the original Jewish quarter and its evolution over the centuries.Your private guide will tell you stories about Anne Frank's love of writing and the circumstances she experienced in Amsterdam in the 1930s and 1940s. Listen to how her diary gained worldwide fame. Discover some secret hiding places where the writer sought refuge during the Dutch resistance in the Second World War.See many sights like the Joods Historisch Museum, the Auschwitz Monument and finally the house of Anne Frank, where your tour ends.
Walk in the footsteps of Anne Frank on this 1,5-hour small group tour of the area where Anne Frank spent her childhood from the moment she moved to Amsterdam until she went into hiding. Hear the story about her diary and how it became published. Furthermore, discover more about Anne Frank her belief, Judaism, with Jewish culture and history. This all in the heart of Amsterdam.Highlights: • Small group tour with maximum 12 people for a more personalized experience • Visit the area where Anne Frank lived her childhood in Amsterdam • Listen to the story about her world-famous diary • Discover the south of Amsterdam with an expert guide • Visit all the mentioned buildings in the Jewish Quarter with one ticket • Informative, friendly and professional guide
Small-group tour ( max 12) for a more personalized experience. Explore Jewish culture and influence in Amsterdam with an expert guideLearn about WWII and the story of Anne Frank on a more interactive tourVisit the National Holocaust MemorialHear about the Dutch Resistance in the Second World War
Join this 2.5-hour walking tour and learn what was like in Amsterdam during World War II. Your local guide will take you through the Jewish Quarter and some of Amsterdam's most powerful memorials, while you hear about the Nazi occupation, the Dutch resistance, the Hunger Winter and much more.