Tour with a local 5 star guide with Jewish roots dating back 400 years in Amsterdam.
Perfect tour for anyone who would like to see the historic and beautiful city center of Amsterdam with an extra visit to the former Jewish Quarter.
We start the tour in the heart of Amsterdam, the old city center, where I'll tell you all about the history of Amsterdam and its relation to Jewish people.
We will pass by: the oldest house, canals, Redlight district, China Town and more.
During our walk we visit a bar where a brave woman hid Jewish people and the weapens of the resistance in WWII. Also we pass by other WWII monuments, the house of Rembrandt, fleamarket and city hall.
In the Jewish Quarter I'd like to tell you about the history of my own family, who arrived here as refugees beginning of the 17th century and I will tell about their experiences in WWII.
I will explain how this neighborhood has changed and why.
I can end the tour at the Portugues Synagogue Jewish Historic, National Holocaust or Resistance museum. All have a great audiotours and most can be visited with one entry ticket.
- Start at in the old city center of Amsterdam.
- Oldest house & building of the city
- Narrowest alley of Amsterdam
- China Town, multicultural Amsterdam
- Special place where Jewish people and weapons of the resistance were hid in WWII
- Pass by the Rembrandt house, flea market and the Amsterdam cityhall
- Stories of my family in WWII, how they arrived as refugees in the 17th century, their experiences
- I will explain how this neighborhood has changed and why.
- The tour can end at the Jewish Historic Museum, or the Portugues Synagogue
Please note: if you like to visit these museums, please book early in the day so you'll have enough time
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel
Duration: 3 hours
If you would like to visit the Jewish Cultural Quarter: please do note to book the tour early in the day.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 Euros - About 5 Euro's for a drink during a break in a local bar or restaurant.
- I don't guide in museums
- I don't own a car but if necessary can arrange transfer. Do notice: public transport is pretty good arranged in Holland and usually cheaper.
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Ian was a fantastic tour guide and a true ambassador for Amsterdam. He was knowledgable not only about the history of the city but also its current culture and state of affairs. I would highly recommend him for anyone looking for a thorough and insightful tour of this great city.