Private Amsterdam World War II Tour: Anne Frank & Auschwitz monument

Head back in time and make a historical journey through WWII. Together with your local insider you'll discover the most important sights, hear captivating stories and see memorials throughout the city of Amsterdam. Visit the Dam Square, Verzetsmuseum and Auschwitz monument

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Amsterdam City Sightseeing Tour

Get your bearings on this 2.5-hour Amsterdam city tour, perfect for first-time visitors. See top Amsterdam attractions including the Royal Palace, National Monument and Albert Cuyp Market, plus a diamond factory and windmill. If you have a little extra time, add on a visit to the famous Rijksmuseum afterwards or a delightful 1-hour cruise for a comprehensive introduction to this magical city of canals and gabled houses.

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Amsterdam: The Old Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

See the Spinoza monument and the Portuguese Synagogue Go to the Shadow Canal Monument and through the streets of the Jewish Cultural Quarter Visit the National Holocaust Memorial From the 16th to the 17th centuries, Jewish people were the target of much hostility in Europe and were often, tragically, expelled from their homes. Amsterdam welcomed much of Europe's Jewish population and the Jewish community in Amsterdam became one of the most important and vibrant in Europe. On this route through the old Jewish quarter, you will see the main points of interest in the area related to the culture of the Jewish community. 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 you will find the Impressive Portuguese Synagogue.

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Private Jewish History Walking Tour

Travel back in time with your very own personal, expert local guide to the Amsterdam of WWII: a city bravely resisting Nazi Germany, where teenage heroine Anne Frank and her family were in hiding. Learn about Amsterdam’s incredibly rich Jewish history as you explore our city’s awe-inspiring Jewish Quarter, drinking in the stunningly moving and inspirational landmarks, monuments and statues. Immerse yourself in the raw emotion and indestructible hope of Anne Frank during the darkest days of the Second World War. This tour delves deep into the history of WWII from a uniquely Amsterdamian perspective. Learn all about the history of the brave Dutch Resistance, view important period monuments up close, such as the stunning Amsterdam Theatre, the poignant Auschwitz Memorial, the National War Memorial, Henri Andreessen’s evocative sculpture of Anne Frank, as well as the outside of the Anne Frank House itself.

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Three course lunch/dinner voucher

A unique monumental hospitality venue at Amsterdam Central Station, built in 1882 by the same architect of the Rijksmuseum (National Museum) Pierre Cuypers. This hidden gem at platform 2B of Central Station was voted as 1ste place in the European top 10 Best Station Restaurants. According to the British daily newspaper the Guardian. We are located in the former 1e class Waiting rooms for the former 1e class train passengers back in 1882. The walls and ceiling are all hand painted and decorated. We are close to all major attractions and museums.

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Amsterdam City, Countryside and Windmills Tour With 1-Hour Cruise

See the best of Amsterdam and windmills galore on this tour that combines two best-selling tours at one low price. Tour top Amsterdam attractions, then travel into the Dutch countryside to admire the massive and colorful windmills of Zaanse Schans. Visit the quaint fishing villages of Volendam and Marken and visit a cheese farm to watch cheese made in the traditional way. You'll see the best of Holland, old and new, in one day! Even better, you'll enjoy a 10% discount when you buy these tours in this way. Combine your trip with a spectacular one-hour FREE canal boat tour in Amsterdam

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Black Heritage and Colonial History Boat Tour (Spring schedule)

This is the first of its kind tour that is focused on the Dutch colonial history from the 16th Century forward. We explore the city's 'hidden history' of the earliest black presence, that didn't begin with slavery, that we make visible on national monuments, canal houses and museums. We also stop at popular attractions in the city. Note: We also offer private group tours upon request.

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Beer Amsterdam Tours

At Amsterdam Beer tours our guides are not only versed in great beer, but they have solid knowledge of the history in Amsterdam. Every corner of this historical city has story to tell, and chances are our guides will know it! We will delve into the world of dutch beer crafting, teach you about the birth of gin and why the dtuch call it a "headbutt" and of course give you the lowdown on all the hidden little gems scattered around this beautiful city.

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Jewish Cultural Quarter Self-Guided Tour Ticket

Beautiful synagogues, striking buildings and impressive monuments colour the streets of Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter. Stroll through this historic area and visit the Jewish Historical Museum, a leading Dutch cultural institution with an engaging Children's Museum, the remarkable Portuguese Synagogue, and the moving National Holocaust Memorial (Hollandsche Schouwburg). All cultural institutions accessible with a single ticket.

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Amsterdam Jewish Quarter Private Tour

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.

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