A guided tour of Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter
At the corner of a street, in front of a statue or building your guide will tell you the history and life of the Jewish people during the Second World War as well as the life of Anne Frank.
Before the World War II Amsterdam had the largest Jewish community in the world.
If you are interested in their history, during this interesting walking tour, you can make a stop to visit the Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Historical Museum.
During the visit you will also discover the Plantage district, a pleasant, quiet area with lots of greenery not far from the ZOO and Amsterdam’s student district.
This guided tour will interest all members of the family, both adults and children. Our guides know how to adapt and are flexible.
Warning: this visit does not include the entrance to Anne Frank’s house.
Tip: If you have not managed to get the tickets in advance you can try to book tickets for the same day at 09h00. .
It is possible to do this guided bike tour by bike instead of making this walking tour.
The city of Amsterdam is super organized for cycling tours as everywhere there are bike paths.