Amsterdam, Netherlands

Jewish Amsterdam and the Story of Anne Frank

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The Jewish people have been living in Amsterdam since the end of the 15th century. Your private guide will tell you what life was like for those Jewish immigrants and will also show you the lovely neighbourhood where Anne Frank and her family lived.

Description

This is where she spent a part of her childhood, before she went into the Secret Annex. During this 4-hour tour you will walk through the so called “Jewish Quarter”, in the old part of Amsterdam. The name refers to the fact that at least 90% of the people that lived there, were of Jewish religion. This area was not surrounded by walls as in a ghet...

It is included

  • One way tram ticket
  • Entrance fee
  • Guide
  • Coffee

Important informations

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How to get there

  • Gathering place:

    Merwedeplein 61 - Statue Anne Frank

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