Built on a network of canals, with a compact medieval centre, Amsterdam is one Europe’s premier destinations boasting a wide range of historical landmarks and cultural attractions that tell an exciting story of how Amsterdam developed from a small fishing village to an important trading post.
Once the wealthiest city in the world, Amsterdam is an exciting blend of old and new with great public transport links making it highly accessible for student groups. Filled with small cobbled streets, charming architecture, beautiful canals and home to many world class museums such as the Anne Frank’s House.
Amsterdam is the perfect setting for a history school trip packed full with educational content. Through a series of well-preserved historical sites and excellent museums, students will be able to explore all aspects of Jewish life and culture prior to World War II, as well as experiencing the effects of German occupation and Jewish persecution on Amsterdam's citizens in considerable detail.
When planning your next history trip with Adaptable, you will work closely with our resident history expert Ricky Behan (BA Joint Hons- History and Sociology) to develop your perfect history itinerary.
Contact Adaptable Travel today to start working with Ricky to plan your next history trip.