Trace the early life of Anne Frank before she went into hiding on a 1.5-hour walking tour of Amsterdam-Zuid. The neighborhood is home to Anne's school, her family house and even the place where she bought the diary that would make her famous. See it all, and make the most of commentary tailored to your questions by an attentive private guide.
Meet your private guide at Merdeplein Square location in Amsterdam-Zuid, a wealthy residential area of the city. Then, set off through the streets and listen as your guide shares the story of Anne Frank before her family went into hiding on July 6, 1942. See the school where Anne received her early education as a young girl, and pass the building that her family called home before they were forced into hiding. View the place where Anne got her journal, which would posthumously propel her into the spotlight and make her a household name all over the world. As you walk, listen to your private guide to hear intriguing facts and historical information about the young writer, the people she hid with and the legacy that her diary left behind. If you have specific questions about Anne Frank, the Holocaust or Amsterdam during the wartime years, simply let your guide know. The beauty of a private tour, such as this, is that the commentary can be tailored around any questions you may have. After 1.5 hours exploring the places linked to Anne Frank around south Amsterdam, your tour finishes with a warm cup of coffee.