Grand bike tour of Amsterdam, 3 hours, with a private local 5* Tourguide
Explore the most beautiful area's of Amsterdam by bike!
Your tour starts in the old city center of Amsterdam, where you will learn everything about the old harbour of Amsterdam(redlight district). If you are interested we can even visit a former window brothel in the narrowest alley way of Amsterdam.
After this we visit the Canal Ring, built in the 17th century and now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We bike along the banks of the canals, admiring the colorful house boats, narrow merchant houses, and many of the city's most famous monuments, such as the Westerkerk and Anne Frank House.
After a small break for a free cheese tasting, we bike towards the Leidseplein, the Vondelpark and the museum district.
We end our tour with a visit to a beautiful courtyard, church and wing of the Amsterdam museum.
This tour is the ideal way to get to know your way around Amsterdam quikly! A great mix of history, current changes in town. cool places and a lot of humor.
We start in the old city center, Dam square, than visit the canal ring, the Anne Frank House, the Jordaan and some hidden courtyards.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel
Duration: 3 hours
If the weather is too bad and cycling is not possible, I will change the tour in a walking tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 Euros - About 5 Euros for a stop for warm coffee, fresh soda and/or some good Dutch applepie or a snack.
- I don't guide in museums
- I don't own a car but if necessary can arrange transfer. Do notice: public transport is pretty good arranged in Holland and usually cheaper.
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Ian was fantastic. Great knowledge of Amsterdam. The tour flew by as he made it so interesting. We covered a ton in 3 hours. Ian spoke great English and gave us great suggestions for other things to do. The bikes we used were fantastic I would highly recommend Ian to everyone who wants an overview of Amsterdam. Ian took us to a chocolate shop he owned and treated us to wonderful nibbles