Mike’s Bike Tours
mini City Bike Tour
Got into town late? Overslept? Only have a couple of hours for sightseeing in Amsterdam? If so Mike’s Bike Tours Amsterdam offers the ideal bicycle tour for you this year, a two hour city bike tour showing you some of the greatest hits of Amsterdam.
We will start with a short introduction regarding the rules of the road and other safety tips. After getting on the bikes we will begin the tour biking a few blocks east to the Skinny Bridge crossing over the Amstel river. We then bike past the Hermitage Museum and in front of the Stopera (city hall and opera house) located on the Waterlooplein (which also houses a flea market Monday – Saturday.)
Please note, with this city bike tour being only 2 hours long we will not be stopping for a drink but we will be finished around 17:00 so you will have plenty of time to have dinner before going out later that evening and sleeping in for a second straight day.
Our sightseeing city bike tour is not the least bit strenuous and is suitable for 13 years and above, as long as you can ride a bike confidently in city traffic and don’t mind seeing and hearing about Amsterdam naughty side (Red light district prostitution and drugs)! The mini city bike tour takes 2 hours in total and covers about 8 kilometers. Join us for a fun and informative ride.
Cost: only € 22, € 20 for students and seniors (+65) (bike included in tour price) and € 5 off if you have your own bike. Cash and cards (Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, JCB, Diners and Discover) accepted in our shop, pre-purchase through the reservations system only possible via PayPal and/or credit card.
Group size: between 8 and 14 people in one group.
Our min City bike tour departs daily at 15:00 from the 1st of March through 1st of October. In the rest of October the tour only runs in the weekends; Friday, Saturday, Sunday at 15:00. The rest of the year we only offer the mini city bike tour as a private tour option.
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Weather: We provide rain gear – which can often be necessary in Amsterdam. (A note on the weather, if you come to town and it’s raining, you have two choices as we see it; either you sit bitching in your hotel room and don’t see anything, or you put a jacket on and come join us on the tour! Nobody has drowned yet!! But some have gone swimming).Prins Hendrikkade 176 (only a 12 minutes walk from Central Station). We will have a bicycle ready for you here.