Thanks for booking!
We are looking forward to meeting you soon at your Private Jewish History and Anne Frank Tour.
We want to make sure that you are well prepared for trip to Amsterdam.We collected our recommendations for other tours. restaurants, bars, hidden gems, and more (see below).
Since you’re going on our Anne Frank Tour, we will also give you some background about the Jewish History of Amsterdam.
See you soon in Amsterdam!
Vince, Stephan and our team of guides
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