Did you know that Amsterdam hosted the largest Jewish community in Europe? Meet with Buendía Tours the Jerusalem of the North, the most liberal and tolerant city in the history of Europe in this wonderful walk through the JUDIUM DISTRICT of Amsterdam with a guide in SPANISH. Discover on this tour through the old Jewish Quarter the past of a city that suffered the horror of the Second World War.
You will learn about the history of the city's personalities such as Baruch Spinoza or Rembrandt, essential buildings such as the Portuguese Synagogue or the Waterlooplein Market. A necessary walk to understand the presence of a society with a tolerant and open spirit that had the largest Jewish community in Europe.
During our tour, we will visit all that there is to see in Amsterdam to understand the history of the Jews in the city: Nieuwmarkt square, Waterlooplein market, Baruch Spinoza statue, Portuguese Synagogue, Etz Chaim Library, Dutch Theater, Auschwitz Memorial, Casa Huis de Pinto ... and much more!
Plaza Dam frente al Madame Tussauds (Museo de Cera)
You will find our guides at 13: 30h in Dam Square in front of Madame Tussauds (Wax Museum). Look for the Spanish flag in our umbrellas! The guides wear a black jacket with the logo of Buendia Tours and our sponsor Air Europa.
Things to note
Groups of more than 7 people will not be accepted, even if there are two different reservations. For groups of more than 7 people, a private visit should be arranged.
A minimum of 6 people are needed to perform the tour
This tour has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge of €2 fee per person.