The Holocaust Remembered – The Moving Story of Anne Frank & Oskar Schindler

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About the tour: The Holocaust Remembered – The Moving Story of Anne Frank & Oskar Schindler

Tour Introduction

Claiming more than 6 million victims, The Holocaust was one of the most horrific parts of World War 2. On this particular tour, we follow the moving story of Anne Frank as we visit some of the sights associated with her tragic tale. We begin in at Westerbork Concentration Camp where the family were sent after being arrested in Amsterdam. We then follow her story to Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, where Anne tragically died. Continuing the tour, we visit Concentration Camp sites, including infamous Auschwitz and the lesser known Terezin. In Kraków we visit the Oskar Schindler Factory and learn of the man who worked so hard to save so many of the city’s Jews. With visits to Prague and Wroclaw also included, the tour comes to an end in Nuremberg, where we look at the infamous Nuremberg Trials.

Tour Includes

  • 11 nights hotel with continental breakfast
  • Specialist Historical Guide
  • Convenient local joining points
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The Holocaust Remembered – The Moving Story of Anne Frank & Oskar Schindler - Feefo Rating

Thought provoking, sensitive and life-changing.
Caroline Whittle

Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Local departure by coach or Door-to-Door service, then to Holland for an overnight stay.

Day 2 - Anne Frank’s Story

Today we travel to Amsterdam and begin to follow the story of the Frank Family with a look at the exterior of Anne Frank’s House. On 6th July 1942, Otto and Edith Frank went into hiding in the ‘Secret Annex’ of their home, with their daughters Margot and Anne. They were later joined by Hermann, Auguste and Peter van Pels and Fritz Pfeffer. Here they stayed for twenty-five months until the hiding place was betrayed in August 1944. The people in hiding were deported to the Westerbork Concentration Camp. Every Tuesday between July 1942 and September 1944 a train left Westerbork Camp full of prisoners destined for Auschwitz-Birkenau. Anne Frank and her family were put on one of the last three trains to leave Westerbork for Auschwitz in September 1944 just ahead of the Allied Armies entering the area. It is said that Anne and her sister were kept in one of the reconstructed huts on the site. We spend time at the camp and visit its museum before we continue to Hannover for an overnight stay.

Included meals: Breakfast

Westerbork Concentration Camp

Westerbork Concentration Camp (3)

Key Visits

  • Anne Frank's House (exterior)
  • Westerbork Concentration Camp

Day 3 - Bergen-Belsen & Anne Frank’s Memorial

Continuing Anne Frank’s story we visit Bergen-Belsen. After a month at Auschwitz, Anne and her sister Margot were transported to Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, where thousands of people were dying of hunger and sickness every day. Margot and Anne both contracted typhus and died within a short time of each other in March 1945, only a few weeks before the liberation. We visit the site of the camp with its superb Holocaust Interpretation Centre and later have lunch in nearby Celle before continuing to Berlin where we stay for three nights.

Included meals: Breakfast

Anne Frank's Memorial

Anne Frank's Memorial (3)

Key Visits

  • Celle
  • Anne Frank's Memorial

Day 4 - Berlin & the Final Solution

In Berlin we begin at the Holocaust Memorial, visit the area that was the nerve-centre of the Third Reich and see the 'Topography of Terror' exhibition area. After lunch we travel to west Berlin and visit 'Gleis 17' – a platform on a local railway station where thousands of Jews were deported from Berlin to Concentration Camps in the East. It now stands as a moving memorial to this sad chapter in Berlin’s past. At Wannsee we visit the conference centre where arguably the decision to carry out the ‘Final Solution’ was made (entrance subject to modern day conferences not taking place).

Included meals: Breakfast

Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust Memorial (3)

Key Visits

  • Holocaust Memorial
  • Topography of Terror
  • 'Gleis 17'
  • Wannsee Conference Centre

Day 5 - Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

On our second day in Berlin we travel to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, a site which its Soviet liberators continued to use as a place of terror into the Cold War. We return to central Berlin for free time or you can join our optional tour of WW2 military history sites.

Included meals: Breakfast


Berlin (3)

Key Visits

  • Berlin
  • Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

Day 6 - Wroclaw

Leaving Berlin we travel into Poland and stop at Wroclaw. Once the German city of Breslau, it had a large Jewish population and later became a ‘Festung’ - a defended town - in 1945, finally surrendering to the Russians in May 1945. We have lunchtime here and free-time to explore the city centre, which shows many signs of WWII. We then continue to our hotel in Kraków for three nights.

Included meals: Breakfast


Wroclaw (2)

Key Visits

  • Wroclaw

Day 7 - The Oskar Schindler Story & Heroes Square

In Kraków we visit the Oskar Schindler Factory and learn the amazing story behind the man who worked tirelessly to save as many of the city’s Jews as he could. The factory site is now a museum. We take a look at the site of the Kraków Ghetto and see Heroes Square. This evening join our optional evening in the Kazimierz district of Krakow, a major Jewish quarter vibrant with life. You will have free time here to purchase an evening meal.

Included meals: Breakfast

Krakow Ghetto

Kraków Ghetto (2)

Key Visits

  • Kazimierz District
  • Kraków Ghetto
  • Heroes Square
  • Oskar Schindler Factory

Day 8 - Auschwitz

At Auschwitz we visit what has become one of the enduring symbols of the horror that was the Holocaust. We take a guided visit of Auschwitz before moving onto the vast site of Auschwitz-Birkenau, where an estimated one million died in the ‘Final Solution’. A sobering but memorable day which brings together many of the Holocaust stories we follow on the tour.

Included meals: Breakfast


Auschwitz (3)

Key Visits

  • Auschwitz
  • Auschwitz-Birkenau

Day 9 - The Heydrich Story: Operation Anthropoid

Leaving Poland we journey into the Czech Republic, and in Prague, follow the story of Operation Anthropoid (now the subject of a Hollywood movie): the assassination of SS leader Reinhard Heydrich in 1942. Overnight in Prague.

Included meals: Breakfast


Prague (2)

Key Visits

  • Prague
  • Heydrich Story
  • Operation Anthropoid

Day 10 - Terezin

This morning we travel to Terezin – once Theresienstadt. This former Austro-Hungarian fortified town was turned into a Concentration Camp by the Nazis and used by them as a propaganda tool to give the impression that such camps were simply for detention. We stay tonight in Bavaria.

Included meals: Breakfast


Terezin (2)

Key Visits

  • Terezin

Day 11 - Nuremberg

We visit the Congress Hall which now houses a museum chronicling the rise and fall of the Nazis and linking it with the Holocaust story. We end our tour at the Nuremberg Courthouse where those who had orchestrated the Holocaust were tried after WW2, and, subject to modern-day demands, we also go into the courtroom itself; a fitting place to end our moving journey. We continue to Belgium for an overnight stay.

Included meals: Breakfast


Nuremberg (2)

Key Visits

  • Nuremberg
  • Congress Hall
  • Courthouse

Day 12

Return home.

Included meals: Breakfast

Please note on all departures: Due to the new entry system implemented by the Anne Frank House Museum we are be unable to visit here during this tour. Subject to local traffic regulations we will endeavour to see the exterior of the house.

We include a visit to the Westerbork Concentration Camp. This is the camp that the Frank family and their friends were sent to following their secret stay in Amsterdam.

Pre-Tour Reading

A selection of related books for pre or post tour reading.

  • Crowe, David - Oskar Schindler: The Untold Account of His Life (Basic 2007)
  • Frank, Anne - The Diary of Anne Frank (various editions)
  • Gilbert, Martin - Holocaust Journey (Weidenfeld & Nicholson 1997)
  • Lee, Carol Ann - Anne Frank’s Story (Puffin 2001)
  • Rees, Laurence - Auschwitz: The Nazis & The Final Solution (BBC Books 2005)
  • Smith, Lyn - Forgotten Voices of the Holocaust (Ebury Press 2006)
  • Winstone, Martin - The Holocaust Sites of Europe (Tauris 2010)

Passenger Information

The Tour

The Holocaust and the sheer numbers involved is often impossible for us to imagine seventy years later. Join us on this journey of remembrance where we look at the impact of the Holocaust on its victims and survivors. We travel across Europe seeing some of the key sites connected with the Holocaust story and learning the stories behind its millions of victims.

Foreign Currency

The Anne Frank and Oscar Schindler tour takes you to several European counties. In Holland, Germany and Belgium you will need Euros and in Poland Polish Zloty and in the Czech Republic, Czech Koruna. You are advised to get all these currencies in advance of the tour and not to take Travellers Cheques.

What to Bring

We will be travelling right across Western Europe into the borders of Eastern Europe in Poland and so the weather can be changeable, and it is advisable to bring sensible clothes and always pack a jumper and waterproofs. Good, stout shoes are essential and comfortable walking boots or trainers are ideal. In warm weather always bring a hat and sun cream, and it is advisable to have a supply of water, which is usually on sale on the coach as well.

When visiting the Concentration Camp memorial sites please remember to dress appropriately.

Specialist Battlefield Guides

All of Leger’s battlefield tours are accompanied by specialist guides. Their individual in-depth knowledge of warfare will be informative, as well as enhance your overall experience, as they recreate a fascinating perception of the history and factual events of each battle. Discover the actual catalysts for war, the strategies employed and the final, inevitable outcomes, as well as experiencing the emotional human side of the front line.

Please note: On certain tours, you may get tour guides other that the ones listed below.

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You will have an overnight stay at the 4-star Oud London Hotel in Holland, followed by an overnight stay at the 4-star Wyndham Hannover Atrium, or similar. In Berlin, you will stay for three nights at the 3-star Vienna House Easy Berlin, or a hotel of a similar standard on the outskirts of Berlin. You will then stay for three nights at the 3-star Hotel Conrad, in Kraków. You will stay overnight in Prague in a minimum 3-star hotel, such as the Hotel Duo. Finally, you will have an overnight stay at the 3-star Hotel Zum Storch in Schlusselfeld, around 40 miles north of Nuremberg.

Your overnight stay in Belgium will be in a city-style hotel.

Vienna House Easy Berlin

About the hotel

The hotel is situated within walking distance of the nearest station, with excellent connections to the heart of the city.

Hotel Features

  • Bar
  • English Speaking Staff
  • Fully Health and Safety Compliant
  • Guest Lounge
  • Lift
  • WiFi Available

Room Features

  • Bath and/or Shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Smoke Detectors in Every Room
  • TV

Best Western Plus Berghotel Amersfoort

About the hotel

The 4-star Best Western Plus Berghotel Amersfoort is located on the highest point of the Amersfoortse Berg in the impressive forest area of Little Switzerland, across the Utrechtseweg.

Hotel Features

  • Bar
  • Fully Health and Safety Compliant
  • Restaurant
  • WiFi Available

Room Features

  • Bath and/or Shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Smoke Detectors in Every Room
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Telephone
  • TV

Travel Options

All our coaches and transfer vehicles operate a 'no smoking on board policy'. The use of electronic cigarettes is strictly forbidden.
In the interest of fellow guests, do not take hot food or ice cream on board.
alcohol can only be taken on board our vehicles at the discretion of your driver.

When it comes to getting to the Battlefields, Leger Holidays make it easy, with a selection of travel options for you choose from.

Silver Service Coach

Silver Service, refreshments
Silver Service, lounge
Silver Service, entertainment

Silver Service Features

  • Sit back and relax in specially-designed, deluxe reclining seats, with leather headrests, footrests and more legroom than standard coaches.
  • Enjoy the perfect temperature onboard with climate control.
  • Relax and have a chat in the spacious rear lounge.
  • Servery on board offering a range of refreshments.
  • Porterage* at most hotels, so you really don’t have to lift a finger.
  • Time flies with our onboard entertainment system.
  • With free personal headphones you can tune into the music channel, listen to the radio or watch DVDs.
  • Onboard toilet

Silver Service Seating Plan


Luxuria Coach

Luxuria - Charging sockets
Luxuria - TV
Luxruia - Seating

Luxuria Features

  • Deluxe armchair-style seats with leather exterior, central arm rests with cup holders and retractable calf rests give you a more comfortable journey.
  • Every seat has its own, fully interactive, touch screen T.V. offering a wide choice of entertainment so you can control what you want to watch and when.
  • There’s also a selection of double and single seats, including four seats face-to-face with tables. And with a total of 7 single seats available, these are ideal for passengers travelling independently.
  • Plug sockets and USB points at each seat mean you can keep your devices fully charged throughout your journey.
  • Onboard toilet.

Luxuria Seating Plan

Luxuria Seating Plan

Travel Extras

With an overnight stay, a Door-to-Door pick up or the option to meet us at the interchange, our travel extras allow you to create a travel experience to suit your needs...

Stay overnight near Dover

Why not go the night before your tour for a relaxing start?

You can park for FREE for up to seven days at the Holiday Inn Ashford North and enjoy an overnight stay with English breakfast from just £38 per person (Based on 2 sharing a twin/double room on a B&B basis, subject to availability. Single supplements and terms and conditions apply.) We’ll then collect you from the hotel on the day of departure and return you there at the end of your holiday.

To book this package, please call the hotel on 01233 713333, quoting ‘Leger Holidays’ and your booking reference. If your holiday is longer than seven days you can pay for additional days’ parking. Ask one of our friendly reservations team for more details when you book your holiday

Join coach at Interchange

Join your tour coach at the interchange.

On most tours if you’d prefer to join your tour coach at Stop 24 services, you can park your car in the car park which is accredited by the Park Mark safer parking scheme and is monitored 24 hours a day by CCTV. Payment for the parking is made on arrival using the self-service machines.

Excludes tours to Ireland and the U.K. and tours travelling via Brittany Ferries.

Door-to-Door service

On Battlefield tours of 7 days’ duration or more, you don’t even have to think about getting to your local joining point. If you live within 20 miles of one of our free joining points we’ll pick you up from your home and take you to meet your transfer vehicle, then return you back home at the end of your holiday. The cost is just £30 per booking each way for up to four people per booking.

If you live a little further afield, you can also take advantage of this convenient option for an additional charge – please enquire at the time of booking.

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