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Small-Group Amsterdam Bike Tour

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Explore Amsterdam the ‘Dutch way' – by bike! Following an expert local guide, enjoy a leisurely 2- or 3-hour bike ride around Amsterdam's typically flat and open city streets – perfect for cycling! Passing alongside the city's charming canals, see the world-famous Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House and last, but certainly not least, Amsterdam's infamous Red Light District.

This small-group tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring you'll enjoy personalized attention from your guide.

Meet your expert guide near Amsterdam's central station, and after putting on your helmet, hop on your bike and away you go!

The 2-hour bike tour begins with a ride through the labyrinth of narrow streets and canals that comprise the bohemian Jordaan Quarter. Originally a poor neighborhood, it's now home to an eclectic mix of artists, students and young entrepreneurs and boasts trendy boutiques, traditional cafes and modern restaurants. The area is also home to the legendary Anne Frank House Museum, which you'll cycle past, learning from your guide about the significance of the building -- the hiding place of Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank.

Continuing your journey further south through the city, pass the Rijksmuseum, home to masterpieces from Baroque painters like Rembrandt and Vermeer. Enjoy a short break in Vondel Park, the city's largest green oasis, before riding across the Magere Brug, often touted as the most beautiful bridge in a city that has more than a thousand of them.

As a last highlight of your tour, your expert guide will take you into the heart of Amsterdam's Red Light District, a must-see for any visitor to Amsterdam. This controversial neighborhood is actually Amsterdam's oldest, and has history dating back to the 14th century. Discover its fascinating – and racy – characteristics as you ride through with your guide.

End the tour back at the start point, and having traveled the ‘Dutch way' and discovered the gems of Amsterdam, you can proudly count yourself as an Amsterdam insider!

Upgrade to 3-hour tour:
If you choose the 3-hour tour, you'll ride past the same sights and see the same attractions mentioned above, plus you'll pass by the house of famous Dutch painter Rembrandt. You'll also have a slightly longer break at Vondel Park.

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Dutch Villages and Countryside Bike Tour from Amsterdam

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See Amsterdam like a local on a tour by bicycle! Whether it's your first or fifth time in Amsterdam, this bike tour is the perfect way to discover the stunning Amsterdam countryside at a leisurely pace.

Getting around Amsterdam by bicycle is the ideal orientation if you're new to the city, and return visitors will discover new facts and hear new stories about the city they love. Either way, you are sure to agree that riding a bike is the best way to see the very best of Amsterdam and its countryside.
A cycling tour in the heart of the Netherlands is the only way to truly experience the native culture of this unique nation. With your expert guide and custom-built bicycles you will set off on a 35km (21 mile) ride through the northern district of Amsterdam.

The Countryside Bike Tour takes you along scenic paths across a nature reserve and through picturesque old villages, where the traditional Dutch way of life has changed little over the years. You will also glide past countless brooks and waterways. Don't forget your camera as the views are spectacular, especially as you cycle through green pastures spreading as far as the eye can see. Along the way you will stop off for lunch (additional cost) and a rest at a quaint cafe in rural Durgerdam.

You will be accompanied by a knowledgeable and experienced guide who will provide extensive information on the history and folklore of this district. Take this tour for the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam city center.

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Custom Dutch Countryside Bike Tour from Amsterdam

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Choose from many customized ways to experience Amsterdam's Countryside with this custom bike tour. Discover scenic paths, picturesque landscapes, old towns, and a thousand years of history.

Amsterdam is an interesting and vibrant city. However, its countryside is just as equally beautiful and full of history. In this tour, you will have the unique opportunity to explore various different locations and landmarks of Amsterdam's countryside.
Depending on cycling distance and duration you can experience alongside a private guide a great variation of landscapes and nature, small walled towns, forts and medieval castles.  And of course, windmills.
Itinerary flexible and adaptable to your interests.

Bike tours start in the countryside, no cycling in the busy city. Within half an hour after meeting you will be riding in the country. All tours include a bottle of water and Dutch cookies. Full picnic lunch pack available upon request (see additional info). The duration of each tour can be fully adapted to meet your interests and provide you with the best possible experience.

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Small-Group Amsterdam Historical Bike Tour

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Join a 3-hour bike tour with an experienced multilingual guide through the old historic center of the city of Amsterdam. The tour goes along the well known historical places and buildings like New Market (de Waag), Old Church, Royal Palace, Western Church, Jordaan, along the famous Canals, through the Red Light District and many other highlights of the city. Enjoy a delightful and special tour where the participants will get to know Amsterdam from up-close. This tour is given in English or German at 10am and 2:30 pm. French language only in the afternoon at 2:30 pm!

Make the most of your time and take a ride through Amsterdam's most fascinating hot spots. Discover a route of lovely streets and bridges while your guide explains the history of the most famous cultural sites and life in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam is ideal for biking since it is flat and safe. This 3-hour bike tour consists of biking along historical buildings and places of interest with several stops and a coffee break. Hear stories about the city that you probably haven't heard before from your enthusiastic guide who will also share their love for history and biking with you and will make this a real unique experience. Learn how cycling boomed in Holland, when the first bike path was laid in Amsterdam, why the Dutch are so tolerant, or where to eat the best ribs in town and that's only half of it!

This bike tour is for all skill levels as Amsterdam is flat and easy to bike. For your convenience groups are of 15 persons maximum.

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Amsterdam Bike Rental with Cup of Coffee

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Discovering Amsterdam by bike is one the most fun and cheapest ways. Navigate through the 17th-century city centre with its narrow streets on your bike. Hop on hop off between attractions, museums and shopping areas and see more by bike while blending with locals. Rent the bike for 1 full day and return it near Amsterdam Central Station. Enjoy for free a cup of coffee at one of the nicest spots in town.

Take your bike near the Central Station and enjoy a ride for 24 hours in order to fully explore the city of Amsterdam: the canals, the typical streets and the museums. Biking is so easy in Amsterdam, known as one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world thanks to the many bike paths. Pedal power is all you need to discover the city. Using the bike is definitely one of the fastest and cheapest ways to visit the city. Rental includes the use of a bicycle for 24 hours, a map, a bike lock and a free cup of coffee at one of the nicest coffee shops in town.

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Bloemendaal Highlights: Guided Bike Tour from Amsterdam

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Enjoy a beautiful guided bike tour along all the nice spots around Bloemendaal, located only 20 minutes from Amsterdam. See beautiful historic buildings and estates and take a look at a working mill and enjoy nature in the National Park South Kennemerland.

Enjoy a guided bike tour through all the nice spots around Bloemendaal, and learn more about the area and history.

See beautiful historic buildings and estates and take a look at a working mill and enjoy nature in the National Park South Kennemerland. Bike through ancient forests and meet large herbivores such as Scottish highland cattle, fallow deers and Konik horses. Look out over sea while sipping a drink at one of the best beach clubs in Bloemendaal aan Zee (Bloemendaal at the Sea).

Make your stay in Amsterdam an unique and fun experience.

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1.5-hour Amsterdam Bubbly Bike tour

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This 1.5-hour bubbly bike tour is a great way to see the city with a drink in hand. Jump on board your bubbly bike for the only tour in town that promises to keep you refreshed every step of the way. In Amsterdam city center, it is illegal to drink alcohol on the street, but perfectly fine on board your licensed bubbly bike.  The professional staff will get you well stocked with fine beer and fizzy wine. You will ride and drink through the city with your professional local guide.

Meet your guide in a Amsterdam centrally located place in the morning or in the afternoon. Your BOB (Bewust Onbeschonken Bestuurder translating conscious sober driver) will guarantee a safe and responsible beer-cycling. He or she will navigate you through the streets as you safely explore the city on the Amsterdam beer bike. This is a unique way of exploring parts of world heritage, and having fun. The Amsterdam beer bike is mainly used for festive events such as company outings or bachelor events. It is particularly popular among locals and people visiting Amsterdam for a day out and about. See the city main highlights and enjoy this unforgettable experience.

In regards to sights along you will pass: 
- Kings Palace
- Dam Square
- Rozengracht
- Anne Frank
- Homo Monument
- Westerkerk
- Nieuwekerk

Bubbly can be exchanged with other drinks!

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Guided Beer Bike Sightseeing Tour in Amsterdam

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Experience a fun 1.5-hour bike ride of Amsterdam's canals and charming streets. Discover many of the city's most famous locations while enjoying a nice, cold beer. It's a fun alternative to a traditional pub crawl. An on board guide and driver serves the drinks and provides commentary throughout the tour.

Combine both sightseeing, bike riding along with friends or family while enjoying a nice cold beer.

While you take turns pedaling and drinking 20 liters of cold beer listen to commentary from your guide about the history and attractions of Amsterdam.

The beer bike in this tour is the only one in the Netherlands with an electric pedal assistance, and due to it's canopy top the tour can operate under any weather.

Enjoy a 1.5-hour tour of Amsterdam and visit many of it's most famous locations, charming streets and traditional canals.

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Dutch Countryside Bike Tour from Amsterdam

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In this half-day tour, you will enjoy a ride on a racing bike in the region around Amsterdam. Cycle through the unique flat Dutch landscape past windmills, dikes and farmhouses. While riding, your professional guide will make sure you have some time to visit fishing-villages such as Monnickendam and Marken. This tour represents the perfect combination between cycling and sightseeing.

Meet your guide at 1pm at a central place in Amsterdam. You will pick up your racing bike and start your ‘De Omloop' tour that will take you around some beautiful places around Amsterdam. See the beautiful nature reserve Het Twiske, with its traditional water pumping stations, lakes and dikes. On the way, your guide will take you to visit a mill and cycle through authentic fishing-villages such as Monnickendam and Marken. One of the highlights of this tour is the crossing of the Noord-Holland Kanaal with a small ferry. Naturally, you will make some stops during your tour to take wonderful pictures of your ride.

This tour will show you the Netherlands in a nutshell!

Your guide will adjust the level of the ride depending on the group. All participants are required to have a basic level of physical fitness. The more experienced cyclists will have several opportunities to accelerate during the tour. Don't miss this unique Dutch cycling experience.

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3 hours bike tour along the scenic highlights of Amsterdam

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See Amsterdam like a local on this 3 hours biketour along the scenic highlights of the historic city center. Pick-up at your hotel as long as your hotel is in the center. This is a private tour with just your party! See numerous scenic views on the canals, intersections of them, monumental 17th and 18th century houses, a medieval courtyard, the nearby civic guards gallery with it's large original 17th century paintings, the massive Museumplein and the former hippie-paradise Vondelpark, scenic Jordaan with it's Westerchurchtower and Anne Frankhouse and cosy Rembrandtplein.

Pick-up at your hotel, as long as it is located in the center. Pick-up time flexible, according to your preference, agreed upon with you guys. Bikes and knowledgeable guide included in the price, food and drinks excluded. Tour can be customized to your demands. In case you don't have specific interests it will pass by Amstel River, Reguliersgracht, Museuplein, Vondelpark, Begijnhof and Schuttersgallerij, Westerkerktower, Anne Frankhouse, Rembrandtplein and Jordaan. It is possible to pass by the Former Jewish neighborhood, a windmill, the large Albert Cuypmarket, the modern architecture in the former eastern  and western port area's. It's possible to take a break halfway, but it's not obligatory. In case your group is smaller than 4 persons the price of 4 people applies

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Amsterdam Light Festival Bike Tour

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Amsterdam's historic canals transform into a big artwork of lights between 30 November 2017 and 21 January 2018. For the 6th year in a row, the city will host the Amsterdam Light Festival. Artists, architects and designers from all over the world will produce artworks and installations that shed a special light on Amsterdam's historical heritage. This year you can experience the festival by bicycle for the first time on this special tour designed specifically for the Amsterdam Light Festival.

This tour will take you down the ‘Water Colors' route as well as parts of the ‘Illuminade' route of the Amsterdam Light Festival. The starting point of the tour is at Dam Square and will take you around the beautiful Herengracht canal, a small section of the Amstel river, past the Central Station and through the Jordaan neighbourhood. The guides speak fluent English and will tell you all about the light artworks and the artists that made them.

All of the light art that is brought to life is especially designed and made for the Amsterdam Light Festival. The organisation has selected 35 different artworks from more than 500 contributors, coming from dozens of countries around the world. Some of the artwork that you will see on the A-Bike Light Festival Tour are: the Bunch of Tulips from the Hungarian civil engineer Peter Koros; the moving Wolfert's Dog made by Tatiana Titova; and the refined artwork called The Lace by Choi and Shine Architects from New York. Most of the tour will take place on the Herengracht canal, which flows through the most beautiful and historic parts of Amsterdam.

The 2017/2018 Amsterdam Light Festival is extra special because it's a jubilee year. After the success of the festival's first year in 2012, this explosion of light is now being held for the 6th time. Last year the festival drew 870,000 followers from all around the world. The organisers set out one route for boats and another for pedestrians. Both routes have their own theme and artwork and this is the first year that the festival can be enjoyed on bike too. This will be a special tour that combines the best of both the boat and walking routes.

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Bike Rental in Amsterdam

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Rent a bike is one of the best ways to fully explore the wonderful city of Amsterdam and all its highlights. Take your bike and discover the city with our inside tips from a local. When renting a bike you will be able to stop wherever you want and take all the time you need to explore the beautiful city. Free coffee, tea, and WIFI is provided at the shops.

Enjoy a real Amsterdam by bike experience and explore the city of Amsterdam. See the old well-renown Red Light District neighborhood. Ride along the typical canals. Stop at the Museumplein where you can observe some of the most famous museums of the city: the Rijksmuseum, tje Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art and the Van Gogh Museum. Go to the very trendy Jewish neighborhood where Rembrandt's house was located, and many more. Definitely one of the best ways to experience the city like a local.

You can pick up your high quality bike during our openings hours. The duration time starts as soon as you leave our shop to explore the magical city Amsterdam. All of the bikes are in great condition. Before your departure the professional team will check all of the important features on the bike: lights, tires, air pressure, gears, handbrakes, and locks. We will give you safety tips to cycle the city safely. We will also provide you with inside travel tips from a local. 

The duration of the bike rental and the pickup point can be specified during the checkout.

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1-Hour Amsterdam Guided Bike Tour

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In this 1-hour bike tour, you will ride you through the beautiful city center of Amsterdam, under the guidance of an experienced ''Amsterdammer.'' On the way, you will see Amsterdam's highlights, such as the Museum square, Dam square, the flower market and the world famous UNESCO Amsterdam canals. Enjoy a fun and safe way to start your discovery of Amsterdam.

The guided bike tour starts every day at 1 PM and 2 PM at our location at the Dam Square. This tour lasts about 1 hour and gives you the opportunity to spot several of Amsterdam's highlights such as the Museum square, Dam square, the flower market, and the world famous UNESCO Amsterdam canals. The tour is guided by a local and professional guide who will make sure you can experience Amsterdam in a safe way. The guide brings the sights to life by providing information on architecture, culture, habits, and fiestas.

The bike rental is included and you can get a child seat for infants or helmet if requested.

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Vondelpark Guided Bike Tour in Amsterdam

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Cycling through Amsterdam is the most local and traditional way of traveling in Amsterdam. In this 1-hour tour, you will cycle in the lovely Vondelpark where you will fully enjoy Amsterdam, its nature and its architecture. The Vondelpark is the safest place to cycle since there is no traffic at all.

Pickup your traditional Dutch bike at 3pm and just ride towards Vondelpark. Since there is no other traffic then cyclists are allowed to enjoy their ride in the Vondelpark, which it is the safest place to cycle through Amsterdam. Even with your kids! The tour guide will take you safely to the Vondelpark and show you the beautiful canals, architecture, sculptures, the open air theater, the and the rose garden. Free coffee or tea after the tour is included.

This place is a famous and popular park in Amsterdam, attracting thousands of tourists, residents and everyone in between every day. The Vondelpark was designed by landscape architect L.D. Zocher and has been awarded national heritage status. It has its own open air theater, several restaurant/bars and lots of other attractions. You can enjoy the beautiful architecture, canals and nature of Amsterdam all from the Vondelpark.

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2-Hour Amsterdam City Center Bike Tour

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This easy two-hour ride shows you the best of the city. You won't only be shown the essential must-see, breathtaking sights of Holland's capital; an expert guide will also tell you the stories that bring these places to life! See the most popular sites, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, and Canal Belt - The most beautiful cycle route in Amsterdam.

No visit to Amsterdam is complete without coasting along the city's canals by bike. Explore Amsterdam like a local and take in all of the most important sights on this easy-riding two-hour tour. On this tour you'll see:

  • Magere Brug
  • Rijksmuseum
  • Heineken Brewery
  • Van Gogh Museum
  • Artis Zoo
  • Oosterpark
  • De Melkweg
  • Leidseplein
  • Canal Belt - The most beautiful cycle route in Amsterdam
  • De Pijp - Trendy nightlife area
  • Vondelpark
  • The Jordaan
  • IAMsterdam

...and much more!

By the end, even the Dutch will be impressed by your riding skills! 

After the tour, keep your bike for as long as you like at a special rate! Just ask for conditions at the start or end of the tour. 

So, what are you waiting for? Get on your bike and join this tour for the most memorable two-wheeled adventure you'll ever have!

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Dutch Countryside by Bike from Amsterdam

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Explore the Dutch countryside on a bicycle on this leisurely 2.5-hour shared tour for up to 15 people. See windmills, breweries, and picturesque views of Dutch polders. During your tour, your local guide will guide you through the beautiful landscapes of the lowlands, teaching you about the ways the country has dealt with flooding, delicious local cheeses, and the tallest wooden windmill in the country.

Your tour begins at 2pm outside of th Amsterdam Visitor Centre.

No visit to Amsterdam is complete without an adventure on a bike. Your expert guide will navigate you through the lowlands around Amsterdam where you will be blown away by breath-taking landscapes. Have a look at traditional farms, discover how the Dutch have expertly managed flooding (one third of the Netherlands lies below sea level), learn about the delicious cheese and marvel at the tallest wooden windmill in the country.

On this tour, you will see:

  • Traditional Dutch farms and polders
  • The IJ river
  • Classic Brick Mill d'Admiraal
  • Water regulations at life size Docks
  • Brewery at The Gooyer Windmill
  • The East Harbor
  • NEMO-science center
  • The 18th century VOC Ship
  • West Indies Trading Company
Come explore the greener corners of Amsterdam you wouldn't discover on your own.

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Full-Day Total Amsterdam Cycling and Food Tour with Snacks and Traditional Drinks

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Enjoy this 9-hour tour to experience all that Amsterdam can offer: drinks, dykes, and Dutch traditions. Start the tour cycling the streets then have some typical Dutch snacks, taste local beers and spirits, and fall in love with the ‘Dam city.

On this full-day Amsterdam tour, you'll leave a unique experience while cycling through the city's history and modern growth, with plenty of tasty stops along the way.

Start downtown and ride your bike to the northern dijks (dykes). As you cycle with your professional guide, you'll observe some historical sites in the financial district and get an up-close look at the city's defenses, learning how windmills, canals, and walls helped to build this nation and its people.

Once you're done with the cycling part, it's time to fuel up! You'll immediately start the food adventure part of your Amsterdam tour, with a visit to the Spui square, and the southern part of Amsterdam's old city centre. You'll understand why locals love snacking on hot, saltyvlaams friets by trying some yourself. You'll also have a quick tour of a cafeteria, visit a cheese shop, eat some puffed-up pancakes, and digest while you explore one of the oldest restaurant districts in the centre. Then, take a sip of liquor, and get ready for your three last stops and eventually a sit-down for a beer tasting.

Next, you'll wander along the charming streets of central Amsterdam, stopping in the northern half of the downtown area to taste local beers and learn about the Dutch brewing industry. Your guide will tell you everything about the spots where Amsterdam warehouses used to store beer back in the 15th century, then take a detour through the Red Light District to head off to your final stop: a small brewery located in this infamous area.

This is already the end of your total Amsterdam tour, but you can, of course, keep exploring the area on your own following the local tips provided by your guide.

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Amsterdam Bike Culture Tour: Off the Beaten Path

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Experience Amsterdam's passion for all things two wheels on a 3-hour guided bike tour. Pedal through cool, lesser-known neighborhoods on a tour inspired by Pete Jordan's book, “In the City of Bikes,” passing landmarks such as the Rikjsmuseum and Maritime Museum. Navigate pretty districts such as Jordaan, ride a ferry to see the city's northern 'dijks' (dykes), and on route, discover quirky bike-related places, unusual trivia and incredible tales such as how Amsterdammers used their bikes to beat wartime Nazi blockades.
Numbers are limited to 12 on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention.

Meet your guide near Dam Square in central Amsterdam, put on your helmet and hop on your traditional Dutch bike.
Before setting off, get an introduction to Amsterdam's obsession with two wheels and learn about Pete Jordan's hit book, In the City of Bikes. Hear how it inspired the tour and how you'll pass some of the bike-related places mentioned in its pages.
Start by cycling through Amsterdam's historical financial district, passing buildings such as the old Dutch East India Company offices. As you travel, gain quirky insights into the city's long-held relationship not just with bikes, but with the sea, and how they're closely intertwined.
Leave the financial district behind and then head towards Amsterdam's northern dijks, starting out through either the interesting old Jewish quarter or along the Amstel River.
Depending on the route you take, cruise through districts such as Jordaan with its pretty bridges and canals; and pass landmarks such as the Rijksmuseum, Amstel sluice gate, de Gooyer windmill and the waterfront Maritime Museum, housed in a resplendently restored 17th century naval storehouse.
Then, take a 5-minute ferry ride to north Amsterdam — an area many visitors never see — and hear tales of the 1944-1945 hunger treks, when thousands of Amsterdammers cycled north to find food during the wartime Nazi blockades.
Cycle around some of the dijks here and learn how they've protected against flooding, before returning by ferry to the city center.
Before your tour ends, hear more about Amsterdam's passion for cycling, and see other places mentioned in Jordan's book, including the bike parking station with stalls for over 500 bikes, and the famous intersections where 30 bikes or more can zoom by every minute!
Your tour then ends back at the original start point.

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All About Cycling in Amsterdam Small Group Cycling Tour with Local Guide

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You've not had the full Amsterdam experience unless you've traversed the city on two wheels. But, if you're not sure about the rules of the road or how to decipher the signage, then join us for an introductory biking tour which offers you top tips on how to survive as a cyclist in the city. Find out what to do at intersections with no lights, who has the right of way and most importantly, how to swear in Dutch at tourists who walk out in front of you!

Your guide will meet you at the bicycle rental shop. Here, we'll spend some time taking you through all the basic rules of cycling in Amsterdam.

Once you have mastered the basics we'll put you to the test by taking a ride from the bike shop into the town centre and then on to a mystery neighbourhood where you'll not only get to explore an area off the tourist trail but you will have the opportunity to put into practice everything you have learned, with your guide by your side in case you have any problems or have any further questions you wish to ask.

There will be four neighbourhoods to choose from on our tour and our chosen destination will very much depend on the weather and the ability and preferences of the group.

In the northern part of Amsterdam, you can take a ferry ride by bike to see the Amsterdam Tower. If we head south, we'll see the famous Albert Cuypmarkt, one of the most popular markets in the Netherlands. A journey east will lead us to the zoo and the WWII Resistance Museum and finally, if we collectively decide to head west, then we'll take you to a charming city park and perhaps catch a local craft market if it's the weekend. 

Along the way we'll chat about the unique two-wheeled history of Amsterdam and you'll hear famous bicycle-related tales, such as why the Nazis hated Amsterdam cyclists with a passion.  

After two hours of cycling with your UA local guide, we're certain you'll be confident enough to continue your exploration without us! You are welcome to keep the bike for the rest of the day or you can also choose to end your biking experience here, it's totally up to you!

This tour is all about introducing you to cycling in the city, while we'll aim to tell you a bit about the sights and sounds around us, this is not a sightseeing tour. If you're looking for a longer, cultural experience, we'd recommend booking our Bikes & Dyks group tour, where you'll be able to show off your new Dutch bike skills and see the best of the city too! 

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Amsterdam City Bike Tour

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See Amsterdam's quirkiest quarters and wonderful waterways on an exciting 3-hour guided city bike tour. Be introduced to an eclectic selection of sights you may never have found on your own. Pedal past Dam Square and the Red Light District, where historical buildings such as the Oude Kerk (Old Church) overlook red-lit windows. Hear about the liberal drug laws and the coffeeshop scene. Depending on the day and your guide, you might see sights such as the Anne Frank House (Anne Frankhuis), Vondelpark and the Jordaan district.

After introductions with your guide, set off to explore Amsterdam like the locals do: by bike! With around 250 miles (400 km) of bike lanes and paths traversing the flat urban terrain, Amsterdam is a cyclist's dream.
Follow your seasoned guide around the city by bike, as they lead you to well-known local landmarks and lesser-known attractions. No one tour will be the same; each individual guide tailors the route to best show off their local knowledge.
You might start of at Museum Square, home to three of the city's major museums including the Van Gogh Museum, then cruise onward to the bustling Dam Square to admire views of the classical Royal Palace.
Venture into the infamous Red Light District and observe how grand architecture sits side by side with seedy neon-lit alleys. Hear about the liberal drug and prostitution laws that govern the city, and let your guide point out interesting venues and nightclubs.
Afterward, you might slow things down on a serene ride through Vondelpark, a green oasis in the city, or journey through the much sought-after Jordaan district, a picturesque old working class neighborhood. Alternatively, seek out Anne Frank House, where the young diarist and her family hid from the Nazis.
Toward the end of the tour, sit down for a drink with your guide at one of their favorite local hangouts (own expense), then return to the departure point in central Amsterdam, where your tour concludes.

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Amsterdam Countryside Bike Tour Including Cheese Tasting and Clog Demonstration

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Leave the bustle of the city behind on a 4-hour countryside bike tour from Amsterdam. Take a leisurely ride along the banks of the Amstel River, passing green fields peppered with cows, quaint country villages and farmhouses. See a historical windmill and visit a farmhouse and factory, where you'll sample some Dutch cheese and see how wooden clogs are made. Hear about local history and rural Dutch traditions, and admire the scenery of the city's green spaces including Amsterdamse Bos, Beatrixpark and Vondelpark.

Meet your guide in central Amsterdam in late morning. Before you set off, listen to your guide present a brief historical introduction to the city, from its founding in 1275 up to the present day.
Then embark on a 13.5- to 15-mile (22- to 25-kilometer) ride to the outskirts of the city and the countryside beyond, taking breaks along the way so your guide can share information and interesting stories.
Hop on the saddle and cycle through Amsterdam, a bike-friendly city that's known for its cycling culture. Wind through its narrow streets, along the charming canals and over beautiful bridges. Watch as the city sights begin to wane and are replaced by peaceful green pastures and quiet waterways.
Move along scenic paths on the outskirts of town and see a snapshot of a different side of Dutch life. Look out for colorful and funky houseboats, as well as people fishing and rowing in the water.
Pull over to take pictures of the iconic De Riekermolen windmill, one of only eight remaining authentic windmills in and around Amsterdam. Later, call into a local farmhouse, where a farmer will introduce you to rural Dutch traditions. Sample the delicious farm-produced cheese and watch a demonstration of how clogs are made, after which you might even get the chance to slip on a pair.
During the return trip to Amsterdam, glide through several of the city's finest parks. Enjoy spectacular woodland scenery in Amsterdamse Bos Park, and soak up the serene atmosphere and lush beauty of Vondelpark, Amsterdam's largest and most well-known park.
Arrive back in central Amsterdam in the afternoon, where you'll return your bike and bid farewell to your friendly guide.

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Exclusive Countryside Bike Tour, The North and Beyond

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Join us for our bike tour through the beautiful Waterland north of Amsterdam. A lovely ride through the polder landscape that surrounds Amsterdam where we cycle through three little villages; Zunderdorp, Ransdorp and Dugerdam. On this unique tour we climb a more than 400 year old church tower and enjoy the spectacular view. 

The idea behind this countryside bike tour is to give you a more intimate experience with a smaller group so groups for this tour will be no larger than 10 people. The tour will be lead by a professional guide in English.

The ride is a 5- 6 hour trip of more than 30 kilometers so you must be a good bike rider, able to complete the trip at a reasonable pace.

Cost:  € 50 for adults, € 45 for seniors and students. A  7 speed and dual handbrake bicycle is included in tour price.

We start at 10 am at our shop and meeting point with a short introduction and after that we bike behind the central train station where we will take a ferry to the north and start our adventure. We'll ride up the North-Holland Canal to the outskirts of the city along dedicated bike paths (no car traffic) and enter from there the polder landscape that surrounds the city.

While in the countryside we will bike through the waterland landscape that encompasses the area north of Amsterdam. Your guide will explain how the area has changed over the centuries and how the first settlers of the area developed the landscape for agriculture. We will also bike through three separate little village in the north. The first if Zunderdorp, a pleasant little village with three distinct areas that developed over the centuries

Next up is Ransdorp, famous for being the birthplace of and home of Geertje Dircx, Rembrandt's wet nurse. In Ransdorp we will stop and climb the tower of the more than 400 year old church with its amazing views of the countryside from almost 100 meters up. Also included in the tower is a room halfway up the climb that houses a display about the last major flood to hit the area in 1916. After the climb we will be stopping in a café for a bit of a rest and drink before continuing our ride, you will also have time to wander about the village and take some more pictures.

The third village is Durgerdam, a previously vibrant shipping village that was able, due to its location and proximity to Amsterdam, prosper throughout the time of Amsterdam being a world class shipping port that in the 1600's was the busiest in the world.

Other highlights include beautiful waterland landscapes with natural birdlife, working farms with sheep and cows, a ride on the levee with a view of the outer Ij and the Nieuwedammerdijk.

Coming back into town we take a second ferry ride and bike through the eastern docklands before finishing back at our garage.

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Explore hidden art and culture in Amsterdam by bike

Bike Tours Amsterdam
Cycle through hidden side streets with a local

Join our bike experience to feel the real vibe of Amsterdam. In a small group we will visit the less touristy places of the city and show the hidden gems of our city. You don't have to be an experienced cyclist, we will go over easy roads so you can get used to the Dutch bike and the traffic. We take care of the bicycle for you, we have bicycles for every size.

We are happy to see you at this experience.

This Experience will start in Amsterdam West in front of an old water tower. Then we set out to explore the history, art and culture of Amsterdam in classic Dutch fashion: by bike. We will end in a small brewery for a nice local brewed beer. Along the way, we'll see modern architecture like the EYE Film Institute Netherlands and I'll show you hidden art, nice cafe's to hangout, old factories and neighbourhoods most people miss.

We'll pass some of the most beautiful canals as well as former shipyards from the 17th and 19th century. While pedalling, we'll pass historic drawbridges, an old Russian submarine, small canalhouses and see some of the most beautiful street art and graffiti. We'll also hop on a ferry at two different times to see parts of the upcoming Amsterdam North.

The tour ends in the microbrewery Troost, one of Amsterdams newest breweries. They have more than 10 beers on draft and also several non-alcoholic alternatives.

Duration: 3,5 hours
Time: 2pm – 5.30pm
– Bicycle
– A Local Craft Beer
– Dutch Snack
Meeting Point: Watertorenplein 6, Amsterdam
(in front of Cafe Amsterdam next to the white Water Tower).

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Bike Tour of Amsterdam's Highlights and Hidden Gems!

Bike Tours Amsterdam
This three hour bike tour focuses on Amsterdam's undiscovered area's and the city's hidden gems. We will meet each other at our office in Amsterdam's city centre to pick up our first class bikes. You will discover secret courtyards, hidden churches and off-the-beaten path neighborhoods. While crossing canals and cruising through parks you will learn about Amsterdam fascinating history as well as the current city life of Amsterdammers. 

We believe in small groups  to ensure a personal experience so that we can give you the attantion you deserve. Hop on and we'll bike the extra mile!

This bike tour of Amsterdam's hidden gems starts at 10am and at 2pm every day from our office at Spuistraat 30. This is very centrally located and only about 5 minutes walking from Amsterdam Central Station. After a brief instruction and adjustments of the bike we will get the tour started. The goal of this three hour tour is to help you discover Amsterdam's hidden gems and parts of the city that remain undiscovered for others. We will escape from the bubble of tourism and explor the off-the-beaten-path areas. We work with a maximum size of 12 persons per group and we're proud to have Amsterdam's smallest bike tour groups! This ensures a personal approach of our local guides and gives you the opportunity to ask your guide your questions and to have a fun and safe experience. Halfway through the tour we'll have a short and relaxing coffee break in a nice local café. Besides Amsterdam's hidden gems we will also see some important landmarks such as the Van Gogh Museum, the National Rijksmuseum, the Concerhall, the Vondelpark and the Anne Frank House.

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Texel bike tour

Bike Tours Amsterdam
By public transportation, train, bus and ferry, we go to the island of Texel. We take a bike and start at the WaddenSea (biking over a dike), biking through the meadowlands full of the famous Texeler sheep, to the NorthSea.
In Oudeschild, an old fishing town we have a lunch. This town was important in the time of the VOC. Than we peddle through the meadowland. In the spring it will be full of lamb. They call the sheep in the Netherlands the Texelaar. From biking below sealevel we go over the dunes and see the NorthSea. After a drink and maybe a swim, it is time to go back to the ferry. Public transport (ferry, bus, train) bring us back to Amsterdam. 
It is a full day tour. We start 08:15, be back at 20:00 if all the Public Transportations are in time
The price is 135 euro p.p. including public transport,(train, bus, ferry) guide, lunch, 1 drink at the beach

The Texel Bike tour is the way to see Dutch way how to take care of the water. By public transportation, train, bus and ferry, we go to the island of Texel. We take a bike and start at the WaddenSea (biking over a dike), Biking over de Waddendijk, you see how Dutch people life with water and protect there land.
After a lunch break In Oudeschild, an old fishing town you can stretch your legs. This is the place where the boats left to New York and South East Asia after filling up the ship.This town has also a very nice windmill . Than we peddle through the meadowland. In the spring it will be full of lamb. They call the sheep in the Netherlands the Texelaar. Between the sheep you will hear the meadowland birds as Godwit and Lapwing. From biking below sealevel we go over the dunes and see the NorthSea. After a drink and maybe a swim, it is time to go back to the ferry. In the spring time you see the bulbfields flowering, in August the island turns purple through the heather.Public transport (ferry, bus, train) bring us back to Amsterdam. After this tour you will see how the Dutch protect them self against the water. How important the WaddenSea is for trekkingbirds and how a small country can have so many different landscapes in a small area.