1. Netherlands
  2. North Holland
  3. Amsterdam
  4. Amsterdam-Noord

Amsterdam: Waterland and Fishermen's Villages Biking Tour

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Take a tour to explore traditional Dutch farms and picturesque villages, and discover that biking through Amsterdam's Waterland is a remarkable experience in all sorts of weather.
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Duration: 3.5 hours
Starting time 9:30 AM
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  • Visit the picturesque village of Broek in Waterland
  • Experience two of the seven Dutch inscriptions on UNESCO's World Heritage List
  • Taste the best pancakes Amsterdam has to offer
  • See for yourself how the Dutch built kilometers of dikes to protect themselves from the water
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Start your bike tour by taking the ferry to the north side of town. See the Amsterdam Tower and the Eye Film Museum, a unique introduction to Amsterdam's Old Holland area. Afterwards, cycle through the astonishing natural area of Waterland. This flat polder landscape offers views of moments that feel lost in time, as you encounter expansive fields and traditional Dutch farmers going about their daily lives.

Cycle through ancient villages, such as Broek in Waterland and Zunderdorp, where time seems to have completely stopped. The land is protected by kilometers of dikes and pumping stations, allowing picturesque villages to blossom, and the region to become a hot spot for outdoor activities on land and on water. On top of this, you will have the opportunity to visit a windmill, with time along the way for a small optional lunch of pancakes.
  • Guide
  • Bike
  • Poncho in case of rain
What’s Not Included
  • Lunch and snacks

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Piet Heinkade 25, 1019 BR Amsterdam

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• This tour requires minimum numbers and may be canceled in the event that these are not reached

From £29.11 per person