This tour offers an insightful experience, taking you through Anne Frank’s life and the turbulent times she lived in.
Our journey begins at the Prinsengracht, the canal where the renowned Anne Frank House stands. Here, you’ll hear compelling stories about Anne Frank, her family, and their life in hiding. Our knowledgeable local guides will walk you through the historical events that led to World War II, the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, and the hardships endured by the Jewish community during this dark era.
While the tour doesn’t include entry to the Anne Frank House, it deeply explores the surrounding neighborhood and the locations that played a significant part in Anne’s life and writings. You’ll pass by the old Jewish Quarter, where her former school is located, and the Westerkerk, the church whose bells Anne wrote about in her diary.