Explore Amsterdam the Dutch way! During this 2- or 3-hour guided Amsterdam bike tour you’ll get to cycle along Amsterdam’s flat and open city streets. Explore Amsterdam’s historic city centre at a leisurely pace. Bike alongside the UNESCO-listed canal ring and visit the green oasis that is the Vondel Park. You’ll also pass by some of the top attractions like the Rijksmuseum (Holland’s national museum) and the Anne Frank House and check out Amsterdam’s oldest neighbourhood, the Red Light District. This small-group tour is capped at a maximum of just 12 persons, ensuring that you’ll receive personalised attention from your enthusiastic and informative guide.
Meet your small group near Amsterdam’s Central Station where you’ll receive a short safety briefing before you set off on your adventure. The first stop is at the bohemian Jordaan Quarter, a labyrinth canals and narrow streets, originally built for simple workers and craftsmen. Learn more about the neighbourhood’s originally modest beginnings before it transformed into the trendy district of boutiques, cafes and restaurants that you see today. Pass by the Anne Frank House, the original canal house in which Anne Frank hid. See the Westerkerk and the Prinsengracht. Journey further south to Museum Square and pass the Rijksmuseum – the Netherlands’ national museum, home to masterpieces by Rembrandt and Vermeer.
After all that you get to take a break in the wonderful Vondel Park, before cycling over de Magere Brug (the Skinny Bridge), considered by many to be the most beautiful bridge in Amsterdam. The last stop of the tour will be in Amsterdam’s Red Light District where you’ll discover its fascinating characteristics. Hear stories about this controversial area dating back to the 14th century. Your 2-hour tour ends back at the departure point. If you opt for the 3-hour tour, take in the same sights mentioned above, plus the house of famous Dutch painter Rembrandt. You’ll also enjoy a slightly longer break in Vondel Park.
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