Amsterdam in WW II, private walking tour

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Tour Number

Activity Level

389589


Categories

City, First Time Visitor, Local Experience, Other

Details

Kid Friendly: Yes. < 10 +
Suitable for mature teenagers

Friendly: Yes.

Maximum travelers: 8

Language(s)

explanation

English (fluent), Dutch (conversational), Greek (fluent)

History of occupation and the Jewish community in Amsterdam


Amsterdam's dark history during the worlds biggest conflict. A historical exploration of the WWII's most significant sights and memorials through the city. An intriguing tour for history enthusiasts.

During our tour I 'll reveal you the most important war memories of Amsterdam:

- Nazis invasion in May 1940
- Struggle of the Dutch nation during the 5 years of occupation
- Nazis plan for Jews persecution
- Role of the Jewish council, the Nationalist Dutch party and the Unie
- Development of the resistance including the February strike 1941
- What cause the Dutch famine during the winter 1944/45
- Dam square shooting on 07/05/45, the same day Hitler's Germany surrendered
- Allies arrival and the liberation by the Canadian troops.

** Please note that the Deportation centre opens at 11. 00 am
** Tour can be combined with visit to other museums
** Advanced Museum tickets can be purchased upon request - Resistance/Deportation center museum

Itinerary

- Verzetmuseum (Resistance museum), meeting point (excl visit)
- Visit Hollandse schouwburg (Dutch theater), deportation center during the WW II
- See the Auschwitz monument
- Look at De Dokwerker/Portugese synagone, war monument related to the February strike 1941
- Stop at the Monument of Jewish resistance
- Walk around the Dam square where the World War II monument is
- Walk pass the Anne Frank House (excluding visit)

Meeting Location + Tour Duration

Meeting location: The Resistance museum (Amsterdams Verzetsmuseum), Plantage Kerklaan 61

End location: Anne Frank House, Prinsengracht 263-267

Duration: 3 hours 30 min.

Transportation

Walking

What’s Included

- Private tour guide
- Visit of the Jewish deportation center (not the museum)

Estimated Local Cash Needed

20 Euro - - A small money contribution to the Deportation center is appreciated (EUR 1)
- Any other costs regarding your personal purchases, such as Museum books or souvenirs, snack and drinks

What’s Extra

- Pick up/Return from/to your location
- Transportation to get to the site
- Museum visits and museum fees
- Food/drinks expenses

Restrictions

- I do not tour guiding in the museums

A Recent Review of this tour

Laura is a very knowledgeable guide. She knows her history. Paced us very well. Her English is phenomenal
Robert Lake

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