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Pedal away! Amsterdam bike tour

Head off the beaten track with this exciting bicycle tour of Amsterdam. When pedalling away on two wheels, you can rush into the countless little serpentine streets of Amsterdam’s city centre that twist and turn into a beautiful labyrinth of historical beauty. Thanks to Yellow Bike, which has put together a safely guided bicycle tour, you will obtain a fascinating insight not often contemplated by tourists of this famous city of canals. Throughout the duration of the tour you will ride along all of the most interesting spots of this magnificent city. Pedal past the bustling harbour and delve into the charming Jordan Quarter. Some of the most famous sites that you will come across include the house of Anne Frank, author of the famous childhood diary that tells of the persecution of Jews during the Holocaust; the fabulous Rijkdmuseum; the lush Vondel Park; the “Skinny Bridge”; the house of world-renowned painter and print-maker Rembrandt; and last but not least, the good old Red Light District, haven of young and liberal Europe. But without a shadow of a doubt, the most interesting part of this journey must be the incursion into the many small roads and canals, mostly undiscovered by tourists, as well as hidden courtyards and photogenic views. Thanks to the wide knowledge of your experienced guide, you will lean the fascinating history behind every site and district you roll through, as well as the evolution of Amsterdam over the centuries. Head off the beaten track with this exciting bicycle tour of Amsterdam. When pedalling away on two wheels, you can rush into the countless little serpentine streets of Amsterdam’s city centre that twist and turn into a beautiful labyrinth of historical beauty. Thanks to Yellow Bike, which has put together a safely guided bicycle tour, you will obtain a fascinating insight not often contemplated by Meeting/pick-up point: Nieuwezijds Kolk 29 (approx. 4 min. walk from Central station). Duration: Three hours. Start/opening time: At 1.30pm. Languages: English.