The Netherlands is rich of history and World War II is one of those historic events that really left a mark on our country. We have many memorial sites all over the country, but one of the most impressive ones must be Camp Vught in the south of the Netherlands.
Join us on a small group tour to Camp Vught and ‘s-Hertogenbosch (also known as Den Bosch). We’ll pick you up in the city center and take you on a 90 minute bus ride to ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Here, you will enjoy a guided tour through the city center to explore the beautiful sights of this southern pearl before you’ve got two hours to spend for lunch and discovering the city on your own.
After this we take you to Camp Vught National Memorial. You learn all about the World War II history through an audio guided walking tour on the premises. You find out why this site is a important for the Dutch part of the Second World War and what impact it still has on today’s life.
Most parts of the camp have been renovated, so you get an accurate insight of the life in 1940 to 1945. The tour is backed up with photographs, maps and stories from people who’ve experienced the war from up close.
At the end of the afternoon we’ll drive back to Amsterdam and drop you of in the city center.