Amsterdam Bike Tour
The city bike tour of Amsterdam is the best way to get to know those parts of the city that are harder to reach by walking. Walking you can do 80% of the city and with the bike tour we take you to travel the 20% that you lack.
SPECIAL OFFER for 5€ extra you can rent the bike 24h
Amsterdam walking tour + Cheese tasting
The perfect combination to enjoy Amsterdam for the cheese lovers. Start your trip with our walking tour through the streets of downtown Amsterdam. And complete your visit to the city with an amazing cheese tasting in one of the oldest cheese producer of the city.
Dutch Countryside Tour (windmills, cheese and clogs) + 1h canal cruise
Discover the real Netherlands in this amazing tour through Zaanse Schans, Edam, Volendam, and Marken – the jewels of the Dutch countryside. And complete your visit to the city with a boat trip through the channels of this emblematic city.
Welcome to Ámsterdam
Or welcome to the city of the freedom!
This diverse city offers a fantastic opportunity to get swept away by history, leisure and culture in every corner: unique neighborhoods, canals, art and more; catapulting into one of the top spots of the most desirable destinations in Europe and with good reason.
The Venice of North
And located in the heart of The Netherlands, magical Ámsterdam opens its doors to the world from land and sea. Since Ámsterda holds the leading port in transit of cruise ships across the Sea of the North as well as air transit, the recently renovated and modern Ámsterdam Schipol airport welcomes more than 58 million visitors a year and is easily accessible - just 15 minutes by train from the center of the city.
Stumbling into the city, Ámsterdam intricately unfolds before our eyes with open arms: warmth in every form, beauty and endless fun. Rich in history, it has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. Without fail you will lose yourself in its history, dating all the way back to the Middle Edge era. It is a must to get lost in the streets of the oldest region, the Gothic neighbourhood, where the first inhabitants built their walls of defense. Today, centuries later, we can walk their steps and discover the narrow alleys, hidden plazas and take in the abundance of Gothic structures such as the Oude Kerk.