The Cycling Capital of the World
From the Rijksmuseum to a Dutch cheese farm, experience it all with Amsterdam bike tours. The “cycle of life” can be found all around Amsterdam as it’s rumored to be filled with more bikes than people. Known as the cycling capital of the world, the Netherlands contains over 22,000 miles of bike paths making it a haven for cyclists from all over. Thanks to those who have advocated for preserving and building bike pathways since the 1970s, urban planners have continued to prioritize safe cycling in the city.
Amsterdam City and Countryside Bike Tours
With the power of your pedals, you can catch the Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum, historic drawbridges, and beautiful canals in just two hours. Or you can move at a more leisurely pace with insight from a local guide on favorite local spots such as Westerkerk Tower, the Jordaan neighborhood, and the Vondelpark. With so much of the city to see, make the most of your time by hopping on one of these Amsterdam bike tours.
Once you’ve had your fill of city life, you can explore with an Amsterdam countryside bike tour. Take in the quirky sights of house boats along the Amstel River and enjoy the lush greenery of Vondelpark. Stop by a local Dutch cheese farm and see how Gouda life can be. With plenty of picture opportunities by windmills and Dutch wooden shoes, you’ll be immersed in the iconic scenery of the Netherlands.
Whichever Amsterdam bike tour excites you the most, make sure to book your spot online to reserve your bike seat!