The Amsterdam Bike Tour
- Price: €23,50 pp | Children under 13: €12 | Kids using child seats free
- Duration: 2 hours
- Daily at 10:30 (Mar – Oct) or 13:30 (Nov – Feb)
- Safe online booking! You pay on the spot
- Comfortable bike
- English speaking guide
- Child seats and kids bikes
- Poncho if raining
- No cancellation fee
So we still haven’t mentioned the famous and notorious Red Light District (de Wallen) and the coffee shops. As you can see Amsterdam has so much to offer that the best way to discover this beautiful city in a short time is with the best bike tour of Amsterdam. A professional local guide will show you all the highlights of Amsterdam during this 2 hour Amsterdam bike tour. He will stop at every highlight and will give you all te information you need to know about this city. With our Amsterdam City Bike Tour you will discover and experience Amsterdam through the eyes of a local Amsterdammer! Our Amsterdam City Bike Tour is the best bike tour in Amsterdam and has been for 27 years! During the guided bike tour in Amsterdam you will not only get historical information but also fun facts about Amsterdam and some insider tips aswhere to eat and drink after the bike tour!
Amsterdam: the bike capital of Europe
Welcome to the bike capital of Europe! You will not see any another city in Europe and probably in the world with as many bikes as in Amsterdam. The bicycle is by far the most popular way of transportation in Amsterdam. So it can look very chaotic when you experience the traffic at first in this Dutch capital. But don’t worry the dutch know how to ride a bike.
Of course Amsterdam is not only famous because of the bikes. This famous lively and popular city has a lot to offer you during your visit. Think about al the canals and bridges in this city, and those typical canal houses which seem to be falling down. You will find a lot of history in Amsterdam dating back from the colonial and trading period of the VOC. You will also get reminded of the second world war by the famous monument on the Dam square and the famous Anne Frank Museum.
The Anne Franck Museum is not the only museum in Amsterdam. You can call Amsterdam, without any doubt, a museum city with the Rijksmuseum as its major example. The Rijksmuseum is the house of a lot of pieces made by famous dutch painters as Vincent van Gogh, Mondriaan, and of course the Night Watch (de nachtwacht) by Rembrandt van Rijn.
What do we see with this Amsterdam Bike Tour?
The local English speaking guide will bring you all the highlights of the city following a carefully selected route. We are doing this bike tour since 1997 so don’t worry about the route and the traffic. This Amsterdam city bike tour is easy to do for all different ages. Some of the highlights that you will see with this Amsterdam city tour by bike are:
- The Canals
- Magere brug
- Amstel river
- Jewish quarter
- Red Light District: De Wallen & de Zeedijk
- The Dam
- Jordaan district
- Anne Frank house
So what does this Amsterdam City Bike Tour cost?
This Amsterdam city bike tour has a fixed price of: €23,50 per person. The price for kids under 13 years is €12, and kids/babies using child seats can join the bike tour in Amsterdam for free!
The following things are included in the price:
- Bike during the bike tour
- Professional local guide
- Rain jacket in case of rain
- Free cancellation
- Child seats
- Child bikes
How can I book this Amsterdam Bike Tour?
To book this Amsterdam bike tour is very easy. Just click the button at the bottom of this page and fill in the required details in the form. After you made the reservation we will send you a confirmation by e mail of the Amsterdam bike tour within 24 hours. In this E-mail you will find all the important information you need to know about the bike tour, such as contact details and locations.
For your safety and comfort you just book your bike tour here online and you pay your bike tour on the spot in Amsterdam, before the start of the tour!
If you have any questions or any concerns about our Amsterdam Bike Tour, don’t hesitate and contact us by clicking here!