This tour will take you to the beautiful rural Amsterdam-North. Our guides will take you to special places and give you historical and recent information about the city and the area Waterland. You’ll see typical Dutch farms, a classic mill… and much more!
- Thursdays at 2 pm and Sundays at 11 am.
- +/- 2.5 hours
- English & Spanish
- € 30
During this 2-hour bike tour through Amsterdam’s Rivierenbuurt you will not only visit the neighborhood where Anne Frank grew up, but also the elementary school where she attended. You will have a pleasant bike ride along the Amstel River, where you will enjoy the beautiful views. Your professional guide from 360 Amsterdam will make several stops to tell you all about the life of Anne Frank and her time before her family went into hiding in July 1942 because of the German occupation.
- MacBike Oosterdok (Oosterdokskade 63a)
- Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese and Dutch.
- +/- 2 Hours
- Book online
See all Amsterdam with the luxury of an electric bike! This 3,5-hour private tour will take you to the most amazing parks, pass through all the neighbourhoods of the city, and include two boat rides to the north of Amsterdam and back!
This 2,5 hour Expat Tour is the perfect introduction to Amsterdam! Bike right through the beauty of the city and let us explain the way of living here, so you get the most out of your time here in this metropolitan, which actually feels like a small town.
BIKE TOURS AMSTERDAM
Feeling adventurous? For only €1,- you can take one of MacBike’s maps that take you into the city and beyond.
Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and ride along the pretty River Amstel to Oudekerk aan de Amstel.
Relax and enjoy house boats, attractive houses, the mill where Rembrandt enjoyed drawing, and the polder landscape with Arena at the horizon.
This cycle route takes you passed internationally renowned highlights including the eastern harbour area, the characteristic Amsterdam School brick architecture and a few lesser-known yet suprisingly interesting examples of modern architecture dating back to the 19th century.
There are more than one thousand works of sculptures and installations in the streets and parks of Amsterdam. From the classic to the modern, there is something for everyone. This “Art on the Edge” Route allows you to discover some three hundred works of art on the street, in parks and in hidden places.
Get to know Amsterdam as the Venice of the North, and discover the most beautiful spots of the inner city. This bike ride takes you along the Amsterdam canals and across bridges into the city’s historic centre. Along the way you’ll see canal houses in all shapes and sizes.
This cycle route takes you to the internationally renowned Eastern Port Area and the adjacent city districts, with a lot of interesting modern architecture. You cycle across the islands of Java, Borneo, KNSM and Sporenburg, where you can see port buildings amongst interesting town planning.
Discover the hidden treasures of Jewish Amsterdam and cycle along the traces of Jewish culture from past and present. Along the route you will come across striking buildings, beautiful synagogues and impressive listed buildings.
The popular Plantage district is in the eastern part of Amsterdam’s historic centre, and it is ideal for exploring by bike. This originally Jewish district has grand, peaceful streets, majestic buildings and is remarkably green. You can visit Artis Zoo, Hortus Botanica and the Tropenmuseum (the ethnographic museum).
In May 2015 it was exactly 50 years ago that the Provo movement was founded. With playful demostrations and happening the Provo tried to shake up society. Discover the ‘Magical Centre of Amsterdam’ with our map. Go back to the 60s and discover the world of the Anti-Smoke magician, the White Bicycle Plan and the Bed-In of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
North of Amsterdam is picturesque Waterland, with expansive green meadows and beautiful cloudscapes. MacBike’s Waterland Route takes you into the characteristic polder landscape, along water courses, windmills and unique little villages with timber houses and farms.
The Zaanse Schans route takes you through the Twiske recreation park to the banks of the River Zaan, with the world famous Zaanse Schans, which has eight windmills that are still in operation.