Explore Amsterdam the ‘Dutch way’ — by bike! Meet your small group near Amsterdam’s central station and receive a safety briefing before setting off after your guide.
Kick off your bike tour in the bohemian Jordaan Quarter, a labyrinth of narrow streets and canals. Pass by the Anne Frank House Museum, the building in which Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank hid. Learn about the neighborhood’s originally modest beginnings before it transformed into the trendy district of boutiques, cafes and restaurants that you see today.
Journey further south and pass the Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands’ national museum, home to masterpieces by Rembrandt and Vermeer. Take a break in the lovely Vondel Park, before cycling across the Magere Brug, considered by many to be the most beautiful bridge in the city.
Then, follow your guide into Amsterdam’s Red Light District, and discover its fascinating — and racy — characteristics. Hear tales about this controversial neighborhood 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.