Amsterdam Private Bike Tour
“Welcome to Amsterdam” – Private Bike Tour
During the “I-Amsterdam Private Bike Tour” we only choose safe, wide and quiet bikepaths. No downtown traffic! We will pass by a non toursisty beer brewery and a stunning windmill. The famous skinny bridge from the James Bond movie “Diamonds are Forever” is another stop for great pictures and nice to knows. The rest is a bit of a surprise…..but check our Tripadvisor reviews and you’ll be convinced to book this tour:-)
Daily at 10am & 2pm – 3 hours duration – up from € 37,50 per person excl VAT & excl 12,50 euro bike rent (per bike)
The Amsterdam Private bike tour is one of our most popular guided bike tours. We will start and end up this tour in the east of Amsterdam. It’s an easy ride through one of the most beautiful parcs, along the Amstel river , and we will pull over at a fantastic non toursity beer brewery and a stunning windmill.…the rest is a surprise:-)
Relaxed Biking in an Amsterdam Parc
The Amsterdam Windmill Tour takes you one of Amsterdams most beautiful parcs. It is a located in the eastside close to the meetingpoint so very relaxed to start your bike tour. No stressy traffic from lots of bikes and pedestrians. We will stop here for a little while (about 5-10 minutes) and do a short introducton to get to know each other a little better 🙂
The skinny bridge definately is Amsterdams most famous bridge. Check out the movie Diamonds are Forever with Sean Connery on Youtube. You don’t drive a yellow Triump Stag like him, but you behave like a local now. You are on your bike pal! Shall I make a video from you while you cross the bridge on your bike? For me as a guide this is one of my favourite spots in Amsterdam. A must see for your best pictures!
Non Touristy Beer Brewery
Do want to go to a tourist trap and stand the line? Then you should book the Heineken Experience tour. If you’re interested to see a non touristy beer brewery and you want to try one of Amsterdams best brewn beers? Then let’s pull over here and have an IPA or a strong blond one. The brewery is only open in the afternoon. So let’s have a beer with the locals, away from the crowds ! Cheers buddy.
Holland and Windmills. They go hand in hand. This old windmill from around 1725 was used as a cornmill during the second world war. It’s the tallest wooden windmill in the Netherlands at 26.6 meters high, has a thatched roof and it’s registered as a National Monument. The mill is owned now by the municipality of Amsterdam and it’s unfortunately not open to visitors. But at least, you can have your awesome windmill picture now.
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