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Amsterdam Windmill Tour

The Amsterdam Countryside Bike Tour

Amsterdam Windmill Tour brings you amazing landscapes on the border of Amsterdam. We will take you there by bike and you have plenty of time to take the pictures and selfies. Serenity, windmills, river bridges, cheese farm, a castle and much more. Let us surprise you all on our bike tour in this unspoiled area. We take you where no other tour operator will!

 Daily at 10am & 2pm – 4 hours duration – up from € 37,50 per person excl VAT & excl 12,50 euro bike rent (per bike)

We also have bikes for kids. Just let us know ahead how old your kids are by sending an email.



The Amsterdam Windmill Landscape Tour is our most popular guided bike tour. We will start and end this tour by bike in Weesp (which is part of Amsterdam). Weesp is actually called “little Amsterdam”. It’s an comfortable ride through the medieval town of Muiden, along the Vecht river. We will ride up to Amsterdam Castle, and relax in a lunchroom. This genuinely is the one tour outside Amsterdam that shows a little bit of everything along the way!

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Grain windmill The Friendship

The Amsterdam Windmill Tour takes you to a grain windmill called The Friendship. It is a beautiful old windmill located in Weesp on the banks of the river Vecht. The windmill is in operation for a few days a week as a traditional flour mill when there is sufficient wind. The mill can be visited free of charge every Saturday, and the well-stocked mill shop is open from 10 am –  4 pm.

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 Windmill ‘t Haantje

The Amsterdam Windmill Tour is proud to present ‘t Haantje windmill. This iconic windmill was built in 1663 in Amsterdam. The windmill served as a sharpening and sawmill for stones needed for building material for constructions in Amsterdam. In 1820 the mill was moved to Weesp as an oil mill. Following 10 years of high-quality production, the mill was converted for the third time as a grain mill.


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Amsterdam Windmill Tour - skinny bridge weesp

Skinny Bridge

The Amsterdam Windmill Tour brings you the long Vecht bridge (skinny bridge). This iconic bridge is a wooden movable folding bridge in the center of Weesp. A national monumental bridge over the river Vecht and the name of the bridge refers to the length of the bridge in relation to other bridges over the river Vecht.


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Muiden Castle (in Dutch: Muiderslot) was built in 1296. It remains in excellent condition to this day and is open to the public. We think visiting this stunning castle feels like being in a Game of Thrones episode – do you dare to enter!

Amsterdam Windmill Tour brings you to amsterdam castle in muiden
Amsterdam Windmill Tour guides

Entertaining local guides.

Get a unique insight into Amsterdam and surrounding history and contemporary culture from our local English-speaking guides.  Amsterdam Bike Tours guides are passionate, entertaining, and guaranteed to ensure your ride around Amsterdam is a fun and memorable experience.

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Amsterdam Windmill Tour Frequently Asked Questions
Do we visit Amsterdam Castle 2018-05-31T16:55:48+02:00

No, we only see it from the outside. If you want to visit, book a private tour with us.

How do I get my tourticket? 2018-05-31T16:37:40+02:00

Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email containing your booking voucher/invoice. Please print it or download on your smartphone/tablet to show the tourguide on day of the activity.

What if it rains? 2018-05-31T16:38:21+02:00

We bike rain or shine. We have ponchos available if required.

Do we bike on busy roads? 2018-05-31T16:39:00+02:00

We avoid busy roads. We use a mix of bike lanes & quiet back streets. This tour is designed to be as safe and scenic, suitable for all cycling abilities.

Whats excluded in the Amsterdam Castle Tour? 2018-05-31T16:39:43+02:00


Whats included in the tour? 2018-05-31T16:40:30+02:00

We take care of modern bikes with pedal brake , a bottle of water, a rain poncho (just in case), 21% value added tax, and of course your always smiling local guide

Where does the tour end? 2018-05-31T16:41:21+02:00

We end up at trainstation Weesp, where you can easily take the train back to the Amsterdam city centre (10 to 15 min) or any other direction you want.

Where does the tour start? 2018-05-31T16:42:24+02:00