About The Small City Bike Tour:
Do as the locals do and experience Amsterdam by bicycle. This is the most exciting and flexible way of getting around the Dutch capital. Your guide will show you the city’s many canals, museums, attractions and other famous sights.
All bikes are professionally maintained and very comfortable to ride. Available in both standard and extended varieties, this version of the Amsterdam city bike tour lasts 2 hours. It departs every day from the Yellow Bike Office on Nieuwezijds Kolk 29. Safety features such as the bell and lights are demonstrated before the group sets out.
- Every day from Oct 29 (2018) - Oct 27 (2019).
- Live English-Speaking Guide.
- Nov 1 (2018) - Feb 28 (2019): 13:30.
- Mar 1 - 17 (2019): 10:30.
- Mar 18 - Oct 27 (2019): 10:30.
- Yellow Bike Office (Nieuwezijds Kolk 29).
- 2 Hours.
- Adult tickets aged 13+ years.
- Child tickets aged 4-12 years.
- Children aged 0-3 travel free of charge.
On the 2-hour 'Small City' bike tour of Amsterdam you'll explore essential landmarks with a friendly, English-speaking guide. This knowledgeable local is also fluent in Spanish and can provide multi-lingual commentary if required.
The journey gets underway outside the Yellow Bike Office on Nieuwezijds Kolk. Here you'll be introduced to your guide and fellow cyclists. After a brief overview of the bikes and their safety features (bells and lights) the tour itself will get underway. Note that the bikes are also equipped with a frontal storage rack, so anything you're unwilling to carry on your person can be placed here.
Across the 2 hours you can expect to see the Westerkerk, the Anne Frank House, and other areas of the city normally inaccessible to large vehicles. One particular highlight that combines astounding architecture with natural scenery is the Museumplein, where participants will cycle past the iconic Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk and more.
The mid-point of the tour is marked by a short break amongst the trees and lakes of Vondelpark. The Red Light District is also an area you'll explore on the Small City Bike Tour.