Cycle along Amsterdam’s flat and open city streets on this 2- or 3-hour guided bike tour. Explore the historic city at a leisurely pace as you pedal alongside the UNESCO-listed canals and visit the green oasis of Vondel Park. Pass top attractions like the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum, and check out Amsterdam’s oldest neighborhood, the Red Light District. This small-group tour is capped at 12 people, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your informative 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 Travelers Choose This Tour
Cycling in a small group means you’ll spend less time waiting for others and more time exploring.
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.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Sep 2018
Eine geniale Tour mit dem Rad durch Amsterdam. Unsere Gruppe bestand nur aus 5 Leuten inkl. einer sehr netten Reiseleiterin. Die Größe der Gruppe war super, so kamen wir schnell voran und haben einiges von Amsterdam gesehen mit kurzen Stopps dazwischen in denen wir ein paar Infos bekommen haben
My husband and I loved this tour and took it as soon as we arrived in Amsterdam and dropped off our bags. The young man who was our tour guide was both entertaining and knowledgeable. It's a great way to get oriented and be part of the bike culture. Not difficult at all.
Definitely a crazy experience, but it's kind of a must-try when you're in Amsterdam! Biking through gardens and the famous Amsterdam sign was cool. It was a little hard for me to keep up with the group while weaving in and out between other bikers, pedestrians, small trucks and cars, along narrow streets.
We liked this tour. Our favorite part was biking through Volderpark and stopping for a warm beverage. The only thing I would change was some of the content about Amsterdam that our guide provided. I would have liked more about Amsterdam today and in the last several decades and less on the founding of Amsterdam and the Golden Age.
FUN!! Best way to get familiar with Amsterdam and the canal system. So easy to get around. On a negative note, the meeting place is an out of the way, hard to find place. I had to call the office and ask several people along the way before I finally found it.
Our guide was terrific but we took a long time to get started and organized. Once we did get going she started the two hours so we didn't miss any time. She was informed and throughout the tour she showed us where we were and where we were going on a map. She was also quite good at answering questions. I would do the three hour one next time. Time went by fast and I will now include a bike tour in every city from now on.
Be prepared for the weather in the Netherlands -- it is not unusual for a short rain every now and then. Dress appropriately and you will be fine. Our tour did not stop for a little rain.