This small-group tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring you'll enjoy personalized attention from your guide.
- 2- or 3-hour bike tour of Amsterdam led by an expert local guide
- Cycle at a leisurely pace along Amsterdam's charming canals
- Discover the bustling Jordaan Quarter, and learn about the Anne Frank House as you ride past
- Pass the Dutch national museum, known locally as the Rijksmuseum
- Explore Amsterdam’s infamous Red Light District by bike
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Biking is the perfect way to explore Amsterdam -- you can check out places tour buses can't go. This is a leisurely way to learn lots about the city.
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What You Can Expect
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.
This is the best way to see Amsterdam and to learn a little of the rich history. Thank you to our guide for her knowledge, sense of humor and sense of direction! We had a brilliant time and should have booked the longer tour. Thanks.
We had a really friendly tour guide. She could tell I was petrified, as I had not ridden a bike in 10 years, and did her best to look after me. It was a great way to see and experience the city. It was my favourite experience in Amsterdam and I am very glad to have done it. I was surprised we didn't have to wear helmets.