Meet your guide and driver today for a tour of Jewish Amsterdam. Begin in Waterlooplein-a square in the center of the city. The square became a market in 1893. During World War II, the Jewish Quarter in Amsterdam was deserted as the residents were sent to concentration camps. The market disappeared by 1941. After the war, the square became a flea market and is still around today.
Next,yourguidewilltakeyoutovisittheJewishHistoricalMuseum. Themuseumishousedin four monumental synagogues. After, you will visit the Portuguese Synagogue, and The National Holocaust Memorial.
Afterward, your guide will leave you at the Anne Frank Museum to explore on your own. Tickets are not included. The rooms here, though empty, reveal the atmosphere of the period her family spent in hiding. Anne’ s original diary and other notebooks are on display . It’ s highly recommend, if possible, to secure advance tickets online. However, if you can’t, you can enter after 3:30PM by standing in line.