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Amsterdam: Life of Anne Frank and World War II Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Life of Anne Frank and World War II Walking Tour

Find out more about Anne Frank on a small-group or private guided walking tour of Amsterdam, led by an expert guide. Discover the city’s centuries-old Jewish Quarter in a small group setting while your guide weaves in anecdotes about Anne Frank's life and World War II. You will hear all about Anne Frank’s family dynamics, their move from Germany, their time in hiding, and her father’s life after the war. Start the tour outside the Portuguese Synagogue, a 17th-century Sephardic construction that still functions as a synagogue today. Find out about the background of the original Jewish neighborhood and how it developed over the centuries. Your guide will share stories of Anne Frank’s love of writing, the conditions she lived through in 1930s and 1940s Amsterdam, and how her diary became so famous. You will also hear about the Dutch Resistance during the Second World War and see where secret hiding places were located. Over the course of the tour, you will walk by the Jewish Historical Museum, stop at the Auschwitz Monument and see the outside of the Anne Frank House façade.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour in German or English

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour in German or English

Get to know one of the most important facets of the city and immerse yourself in the World War II history, current affairs and culture of the Jews of Amsterdam with an experienced German or English-speaking guide. The Jews, expelled by the Spanish Inquisition, transformed Amsterdam into one of the wealthiest commercial cities in Europe and thereby influenced the cityscape significantly. This is how the Jodenbuurt was founded with its most well-known part the Jewish Triangle. The tour will take you through this area with interesting stories and illustrate why it was especially this piece of land that the Jews wanted to inhabit. Not only Jews settled here. Non-Jews like the famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn also had their domicile in the middle of the Jewish quarter.  But even in Amsterdam, Jewish history is not just about success and good life. The strong discrimination experienced by the Jews by the Nazi Germans also ended in Amsterdam with the Holocaust during World War II.  Learn about the young and courageous Anne Frank, who was one of the Jews hiding not to get deported. While hiding she wrote her famous diary. Her diary will accompany the tour and exemplify the grief the Jewish community had to undergo. Thousands of people were deported and hardly anyone came back. But not all Amsterdammers wanted to accept this. Learn about the February Strike in 1941, but above all: explore the courageous resistance by Jews and non-Jews, who saved many lives while endangering their own.  Pass by the Portuguese synagogue on the tour and see important testimonies such as Stolpersteine, the gate of the old plague cemetery and monuments commemorating the courageous resistance of the Third Reich and World War II.  Also, discover how the Jewish community lives today in multicultural Amsterdam. Join this tour to explore the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam during World War II and today, while following the moving story of Anne Frank.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour

Join a walking tour through Amsterdam and learn about Anne Frank during the Second World War. Meet your guide at Waterlooplein and discover the most important sights related to Anne Frank and other Jews in Amsterdam during World War 2 including the Jewish Quarter, the Portuguese Synagogue, and the Jewish Council headquarters. Explore the heart of Amsterdam's Jewish neighborhoods, including the historic Jewish Quarter and the picturesque Plantage district. Learn about the centuries-old history of Jewish life in Amsterdam and the significant role that the community has played in shaping the city's culture and heritage. Walk through the narrow streets and alleys of the Jewish Quarter and you will see many historic buildings and landmarks, including the beautiful Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Historical Museum. Discover historical monuments and buildings that 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. You'll also hear stories about the experiences of Amsterdam's Jewish community during World War II and the Holocaust, and the enduring legacy of this tragic period in history. 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.

Amsterdam: Private Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

Amsterdam: Private Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

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. 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. 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. 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.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

Learn about Amsterdam's struggles during the Nazi occupation of the early 1940s. Find out how the people endured important events such as the February Strike and the hunger winter. Hear the story of Anne Frank, her family, and their strife during this dark period of time. See notable points of interest such as the Portuguese Synagogue, the Jewish Historical Museum, and the Headquarters of the Jewish Council. Discover sites like the Dokwerker and the Auschwitz Monument. Learn more about the Jewish history of Amsterdam. Get interesting information about the background of the original Jewish quarter and its evolution over the centuries. Explore the centuries-old Jewish quarter of the city. Explore the heart of Amsterdam's Jewish neighborhoods, including the historic Jewish Quarter and the picturesque Plantage district. You'll learn about the centuries-old history of Jewish life in Amsterdam and the significant role that the community has played in shaping the city's culture and heritage. As you walk through the narrow streets and alleys of the Jewish Quarter, you'll see many historic buildings and landmarks, including the beautiful Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Historical Museum. Hear stories about the experiences of Amsterdam's Jewish community during World War II and the Holocaust, and how the Jewish community lived and survived during and after the Second World War.

Amsterdam: Jewish Quarter and History Guided Tour

Amsterdam: Jewish Quarter and History Guided Tour

Discover the resilience of Jewish people in the Second World War on a guided private or shared group walking tour of Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter. Explore the darkest chapters in human history and view landmarks, such as Anne Frank's House and the Auschwitz Monument. Begin your guided walk by the Amstel River. Learn about the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands from 1940 until 1945 and how it affected those in the capital, especially the Jewish community. As you walk, view important Jewish landmarks, including the Portuguese Synagogue, the Jewish Historical Museum, and the Headquarters of the Jewish Council. Listen as your guide gives meaning to the monuments, such as the Auschwitz Monument and the Dokwerker. Discover what day-to-day life was like during the occupation and how the Dutch behaved towards Jewish people. Finish your guided walk in front of the Anne Frank House. Learn more about her best-selling diary, how it was published by her father, Otto Frank, and how it gained worldwide fame.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour

Wander through Amsterdam's historic Jewish Quarter on a walking tour as Anne Frank's story unfolds. Learn about the neighborhood's rich heritage and the impact of the war on its residents as you walk through Amsterdam city. Hear how the Jewish community tried to survive in Amsterdam during the Second World War and how they rebuilt after the war was over. Hear about Anne Frank's life, from before the war, her move from Germany, her hiding places, her unfortunate death, and her incredible legacy. Discover sights like the Portuguese Synagogue, the Headquarters of the Jewish Council, and the Auschwitz Monument. Discover the hiding places that the Dutch resistance offered to Jewish families and hear about events such as the Hunger Winter. See the Hollandse Schouwburg, a former theater turned deportation center during the Holocaust. Hear stories of resilience and courage amidst adversity, as we reflect on the somber history of this site. Throughout the tour, your knowledgeable guide will share gripping stories, historical context, and personal anecdotes that offer a comprehensive understanding of Anne Frank's life and the impact of the war on Amsterdam's Jewish community.

Amsterdam: Guided Anne Frank City Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Guided Anne Frank City Walking Tour

Explore Amsterdam's rich history on our Anne Frank Walking Tour, featuring key historical sites that paint a vivid picture of the city's past and its connection to World War II. Begin at the Portuguese Synagogue, a stunning 17th-century Sephardic synagogue, renowned for its vast interior and breathtaking wooden vaulted ceilings, preserved without modern lights or heating to maintain authenticity. Next, see the Holocaust Memorial designed by Daniel Libeskind. Its anticipated completion promises a profound architectural homage to the Dutch victims of the Holocaust, adding a significant layer to the city's historical landscape. You’ll also visit the location of the Auschwitz Memorial in Wertheimpark, a moving installation by Jan Wolkers featuring broken mirrors that poignantly reflect the sky in fragments, symbolizing the shattered lives from the atrocities of Auschwitz. Then, explore the Rembrandt House Museum, where the famed painter Rembrandt lived and worked, now meticulously restored to its original state and showcasing his etchings, personal items, and painting techniques. From here, see the Zuiderkerk, Amsterdam’s first Protestant church, which highlights the city's architectural evolution with its iconic tower that provides stunning city views. Although now a municipal information center, it remains a significant historical site. Conclude with a visit to the Anne Frank Statue near the Anne Frank House, a touching tribute to Anne’s enduring legacy and a reminder of the consequences of intolerance.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and the Jewish History of the City

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and the Jewish History of the City

Travel back in time to the 16th century when Amsterdam became a safe haven for Jewish families fleeing Southern and Eastern Europe. As you wander through the former Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam, discover many of the areas famous landmarks. Hear the terrible stories of families who were persecuted by the Nazis during World War 2 and get a sense of the tension and fear during that period. Learn about the courage and sacrifice of the Dutch resistance and how hundreds of Jewish children were saved from deportation as you explore the Jewish district. See the Westerkerk and hear of its connection to Anne Frank's story. At the end of the tour (providing you book at least 7 weeks in advance of your visit), tickets are provided to enter the Anne Frank House unguided. If booked less than 7 weeks ahead, you will be able to explore the house via a virtual reality experience (if no tickets are available). During the tour you will be able to enjoy a delicious piece of Dutch apple pie in and a drink as you hear stories of resistance and bravery.

Amsterdam: Old Town Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Old Town Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

The east side of old Amsterdam was once a centre of international trade and exploration, with parts of the city drawing a large Jewish community from the 1600s onwards. On this walking tour, I’ll tell you about this maritime history, and guide you through the old Jewish district, Jodenbuurt. As you roam the docklands, alleys and canals of the old east side, I’ll share the stories floating through its streets. You'll hear about the Dutch fleet, once the most powerful in the world, the eternal Anglo-Dutch wars, and how the old Navy Warehouse – now the National Maritime Museum – contributed to one of the worst defeats in the history of the British Navy. Speaking of museums, we’ll pass several that you may like to include in your Amsterdam explorations, including: • NEMO Science Museum, the green building shaped like a ship and built in what once was the arm of the sea that linked Amsterdam to the ocean • Hermitage Amsterdam, which houses a lot of Dutch artwork collected by the Russian Tsars • Rembrandt House Museum, modelled to look as it did in the 1600s • Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam (the Museum of WWII Resistance) where you can learn what life was like for locals during the war On this Amsterdam tour, you’ll also have the chance to: • Discover the rich traditions of Sephardic Jews while visiting the Portuguese Synagogue of Amsterdam, the largest synagogue in the world for centuries • Learn how WWII and the Holocaust almost fully wiped out Amsterdam’s Jewish population • Take in the many memorials around the Jewish District including the National Holocaust Names Monument and the Memorial to Auschwitz Victims • Stroll along Waterlooplein Market, one of the largest and oldest flea markets in the city • See Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam and ARTIS zoo, one of the oldest botanical gardens and zoos in the world • Hear about barges and traditional Dutch sailing ships including the magnificently refurbished East Indiaman Join me on this two-hour walk as we hop over a dozen artificial islands and past more than a dozen museums.

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Amsterdam: Life of Anne Frank and World War II Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Life of Anne Frank and World War II Walking Tour

Find out more about Anne Frank on a small-group or private guided walking tour of Amsterdam, led by an expert guide. Discover the city’s centuries-old Jewish Quarter in a small group setting while your guide weaves in anecdotes about Anne Frank's life and World War II. You will hear all about Anne Frank’s family dynamics, their move from Germany, their time in hiding, and her father’s life after the war. Start the tour outside the Portuguese Synagogue, a 17th-century Sephardic construction that still functions as a synagogue today. Find out about the background of the original Jewish neighborhood and how it developed over the centuries. Your guide will share stories of Anne Frank’s love of writing, the conditions she lived through in 1930s and 1940s Amsterdam, and how her diary became so famous. You will also hear about the Dutch Resistance during the Second World War and see where secret hiding places were located. Over the course of the tour, you will walk by the Jewish Historical Museum, stop at the Auschwitz Monument and see the outside of the Anne Frank House façade.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour in German or English

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour in German or English

Get to know one of the most important facets of the city and immerse yourself in the World War II history, current affairs and culture of the Jews of Amsterdam with an experienced German or English-speaking guide. The Jews, expelled by the Spanish Inquisition, transformed Amsterdam into one of the wealthiest commercial cities in Europe and thereby influenced the cityscape significantly. This is how the Jodenbuurt was founded with its most well-known part the Jewish Triangle. The tour will take you through this area with interesting stories and illustrate why it was especially this piece of land that the Jews wanted to inhabit. Not only Jews settled here. Non-Jews like the famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn also had their domicile in the middle of the Jewish quarter.  But even in Amsterdam, Jewish history is not just about success and good life. The strong discrimination experienced by the Jews by the Nazi Germans also ended in Amsterdam with the Holocaust during World War II.  Learn about the young and courageous Anne Frank, who was one of the Jews hiding not to get deported. While hiding she wrote her famous diary. Her diary will accompany the tour and exemplify the grief the Jewish community had to undergo. Thousands of people were deported and hardly anyone came back. But not all Amsterdammers wanted to accept this. Learn about the February Strike in 1941, but above all: explore the courageous resistance by Jews and non-Jews, who saved many lives while endangering their own.  Pass by the Portuguese synagogue on the tour and see important testimonies such as Stolpersteine, the gate of the old plague cemetery and monuments commemorating the courageous resistance of the Third Reich and World War II.  Also, discover how the Jewish community lives today in multicultural Amsterdam. Join this tour to explore the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam during World War II and today, while following the moving story of Anne Frank.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Walking Tour

Join a walking tour through Amsterdam and learn about Anne Frank during the Second World War. Meet your guide at Waterlooplein and discover the most important sights related to Anne Frank and other Jews in Amsterdam during World War 2 including the Jewish Quarter, the Portuguese Synagogue, and the Jewish Council headquarters. Explore the heart of Amsterdam's Jewish neighborhoods, including the historic Jewish Quarter and the picturesque Plantage district. Learn about the centuries-old history of Jewish life in Amsterdam and the significant role that the community has played in shaping the city's culture and heritage. Walk through the narrow streets and alleys of the Jewish Quarter and you will see many historic buildings and landmarks, including the beautiful Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Historical Museum. Discover historical monuments and buildings that 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. You'll also hear stories about the experiences of Amsterdam's Jewish community during World War II and the Holocaust, and the enduring legacy of this tragic period in history. 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.

Amsterdam: Private Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

Amsterdam: Private Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

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. 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. 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. 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.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter Tour

Learn about Amsterdam's struggles during the Nazi occupation of the early 1940s. Find out how the people endured important events such as the February Strike and the hunger winter. Hear the story of Anne Frank, her family, and their strife during this dark period of time. See notable points of interest such as the Portuguese Synagogue, the Jewish Historical Museum, and the Headquarters of the Jewish Council. Discover sites like the Dokwerker and the Auschwitz Monument. Learn more about the Jewish history of Amsterdam. Get interesting information about the background of the original Jewish quarter and its evolution over the centuries. Explore the centuries-old Jewish quarter of the city. Explore the heart of Amsterdam's Jewish neighborhoods, including the historic Jewish Quarter and the picturesque Plantage district. You'll learn about the centuries-old history of Jewish life in Amsterdam and the significant role that the community has played in shaping the city's culture and heritage. As you walk through the narrow streets and alleys of the Jewish Quarter, you'll see many historic buildings and landmarks, including the beautiful Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Historical Museum. Hear stories about the experiences of Amsterdam's Jewish community during World War II and the Holocaust, and how the Jewish community lived and survived during and after the Second World War.

Amsterdam: Jewish Quarter and History Guided Tour

Amsterdam: Jewish Quarter and History Guided Tour

Discover the resilience of Jewish people in the Second World War on a guided private or shared group walking tour of Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter. Explore the darkest chapters in human history and view landmarks, such as Anne Frank's House and the Auschwitz Monument. Begin your guided walk by the Amstel River. Learn about the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands from 1940 until 1945 and how it affected those in the capital, especially the Jewish community. As you walk, view important Jewish landmarks, including the Portuguese Synagogue, the Jewish Historical Museum, and the Headquarters of the Jewish Council. Listen as your guide gives meaning to the monuments, such as the Auschwitz Monument and the Dokwerker. Discover what day-to-day life was like during the occupation and how the Dutch behaved towards Jewish people. Finish your guided walk in front of the Anne Frank House. Learn more about her best-selling diary, how it was published by her father, Otto Frank, and how it gained worldwide fame.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour

Wander through Amsterdam's historic Jewish Quarter on a walking tour as Anne Frank's story unfolds. Learn about the neighborhood's rich heritage and the impact of the war on its residents as you walk through Amsterdam city. Hear how the Jewish community tried to survive in Amsterdam during the Second World War and how they rebuilt after the war was over. Hear about Anne Frank's life, from before the war, her move from Germany, her hiding places, her unfortunate death, and her incredible legacy. Discover sights like the Portuguese Synagogue, the Headquarters of the Jewish Council, and the Auschwitz Monument. Discover the hiding places that the Dutch resistance offered to Jewish families and hear about events such as the Hunger Winter. See the Hollandse Schouwburg, a former theater turned deportation center during the Holocaust. Hear stories of resilience and courage amidst adversity, as we reflect on the somber history of this site. Throughout the tour, your knowledgeable guide will share gripping stories, historical context, and personal anecdotes that offer a comprehensive understanding of Anne Frank's life and the impact of the war on Amsterdam's Jewish community.

Amsterdam: Guided Anne Frank City Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Guided Anne Frank City Walking Tour

Explore Amsterdam's rich history on our Anne Frank Walking Tour, featuring key historical sites that paint a vivid picture of the city's past and its connection to World War II. Begin at the Portuguese Synagogue, a stunning 17th-century Sephardic synagogue, renowned for its vast interior and breathtaking wooden vaulted ceilings, preserved without modern lights or heating to maintain authenticity. Next, see the Holocaust Memorial designed by Daniel Libeskind. Its anticipated completion promises a profound architectural homage to the Dutch victims of the Holocaust, adding a significant layer to the city's historical landscape. You’ll also visit the location of the Auschwitz Memorial in Wertheimpark, a moving installation by Jan Wolkers featuring broken mirrors that poignantly reflect the sky in fragments, symbolizing the shattered lives from the atrocities of Auschwitz. Then, explore the Rembrandt House Museum, where the famed painter Rembrandt lived and worked, now meticulously restored to its original state and showcasing his etchings, personal items, and painting techniques. From here, see the Zuiderkerk, Amsterdam’s first Protestant church, which highlights the city's architectural evolution with its iconic tower that provides stunning city views. Although now a municipal information center, it remains a significant historical site. Conclude with a visit to the Anne Frank Statue near the Anne Frank House, a touching tribute to Anne’s enduring legacy and a reminder of the consequences of intolerance.

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and the Jewish History of the City

Amsterdam: Anne Frank and the Jewish History of the City

Travel back in time to the 16th century when Amsterdam became a safe haven for Jewish families fleeing Southern and Eastern Europe. As you wander through the former Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam, discover many of the areas famous landmarks. Hear the terrible stories of families who were persecuted by the Nazis during World War 2 and get a sense of the tension and fear during that period. Learn about the courage and sacrifice of the Dutch resistance and how hundreds of Jewish children were saved from deportation as you explore the Jewish district. See the Westerkerk and hear of its connection to Anne Frank's story. At the end of the tour (providing you book at least 7 weeks in advance of your visit), tickets are provided to enter the Anne Frank House unguided. If booked less than 7 weeks ahead, you will be able to explore the house via a virtual reality experience (if no tickets are available). During the tour you will be able to enjoy a delicious piece of Dutch apple pie in and a drink as you hear stories of resistance and bravery.

Amsterdam: Old Town Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Amsterdam: Old Town Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

The east side of old Amsterdam was once a centre of international trade and exploration, with parts of the city drawing a large Jewish community from the 1600s onwards. On this walking tour, I’ll tell you about this maritime history, and guide you through the old Jewish district, Jodenbuurt. As you roam the docklands, alleys and canals of the old east side, I’ll share the stories floating through its streets. You'll hear about the Dutch fleet, once the most powerful in the world, the eternal Anglo-Dutch wars, and how the old Navy Warehouse – now the National Maritime Museum – contributed to one of the worst defeats in the history of the British Navy. Speaking of museums, we’ll pass several that you may like to include in your Amsterdam explorations, including: • NEMO Science Museum, the green building shaped like a ship and built in what once was the arm of the sea that linked Amsterdam to the ocean • Hermitage Amsterdam, which houses a lot of Dutch artwork collected by the Russian Tsars • Rembrandt House Museum, modelled to look as it did in the 1600s • Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam (the Museum of WWII Resistance) where you can learn what life was like for locals during the war On this Amsterdam tour, you’ll also have the chance to: • Discover the rich traditions of Sephardic Jews while visiting the Portuguese Synagogue of Amsterdam, the largest synagogue in the world for centuries • Learn how WWII and the Holocaust almost fully wiped out Amsterdam’s Jewish population • Take in the many memorials around the Jewish District including the National Holocaust Names Monument and the Memorial to Auschwitz Victims • Stroll along Waterlooplein Market, one of the largest and oldest flea markets in the city • See Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam and ARTIS zoo, one of the oldest botanical gardens and zoos in the world • Hear about barges and traditional Dutch sailing ships including the magnificently refurbished East Indiaman Join me on this two-hour walk as we hop over a dozen artificial islands and past more than a dozen museums.

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Martina B, our guide, was the real added value of our tour. Fantastic and attentive to the whole group and very helpful. He was able to give us a lot of super useful tips for our stay in Amsterdam. The tour is absolutely worth it, the price is negligible but you discover important details that we would have ignored without it. A way to discover both the history and the city. Super recommended. Thanks again Martina ❤️

One of the best guides we have had, and who we will recommend to those around us! Thank you Gauthier for this very interesting and dynamic visit. It was our first time in Amsterdam, and we really liked it. See you soon maybe. Viroflaysians!!

Josefina was our tour guide, she was so information and made the tour interesting and fun! I highly recommend the tour and also advise booking the Anne Frank house to complete it :)

Manuel was an amazing and thorough tour guide. He took his time, explained everything and was excellent. We truly enjoyed the quite moving tour.

Super nice tour guide who presented the tour in a very lively way. Highly recommended.