To begin your Amsterdam Bike Tour you should meet your local guide at the National Monument in Dam Square. There will then be a short walk to the bike rental shop.
Starting from the center of town, pedal towards the city’s oldest warehouse district.
Then head to De Waag, a remnant of the city walls that dates back to the 15th century. These days De Waag is surrounded by locals living in the Red Light district, an area which houses coffee shops, restaurants and even an organic food market.
You will have time to admire some of Amsterdam’s ultra-modern buildings as well, with a stop at the newest library terrace, where you can see the city sprawl out below and have maybe a coffee and chat with the guide.
For more fantastic Amsterdam travel pictures and views over the city, riding to the Amstel River and waterfront areas. This tour really highlights some of the great engineering achievements of the Dutch as well their entrepreneurial spirit. You will explore a good portion of the city most tourists never see.
Your tour ends at Dam Square and you are then free to make your way back to your accommodation or proceed to your next destination.