Private panoramic tour of Amsterdam
We’ll make the most of the time for you to see all the faces in Amsterdam. Although what you take here is the bike, we’re going to start the engines and take you in one of our vehicles.
This tour will sure go "on wheels"
You might be wondering, how it is possible to visit a great city like Amsterdam in just 3 hours? Well, with us, it is! By taking you around the city in one of our vehicles, you will be able to experience in a different, exciting way. But remember, you are the boss! So fell free to tell us if there is any particular place of the city the you would like to see, and we will take you there! We got a recommended itinerary for you, but chameleons adapt to everything.
With this private tour we will get to know in depth the most charming and emblematic areas of Amsterdam. One of our expert guides will tell you all about the pass and present of the city, and will make sure that you live this experience felling reach in knowledge about one of the most beautiful metropolis in Europe.
- A very friendly English-speaking guide
The reservation must be cancelled or modified at least 72 hours before the departure time of the tour.
The heart of the city, in it we find such iconic buildings as the Royal Palace or the New Church, as well as the National Liberation Monument. We suggest you stop for a few minutes to enjoy the many street artists that often share their art in this square. What a bustle there is always in Dam!
This is the old walled area of the city, the medieval part. Catholic churches that became Protestant, cobbled alleys, narrow canals, 15th century castles … Isn’t it like traveling through time?
An authentic urban wonder, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, reflecting the grandeur of the Dutch Golden Age. Whether from the vehicle or taking a relaxed stroll, you will be amazed by the mansions that the wealthy merchants of the 17th century had built here. What a life, right?
For many, the most beautiful neighborhood in Amsterdam. Shall we tell you a secret? Hidden around the area there are several interior courtyards that can only be visited in small groups… Believe us, they look like from a movie. Oh! And, of course, we will not forget to stop by the Anne Frank House.
Here you can find culture in every corner, from the imposing Rijksmuseum to Van Gogh’s largest collection. Did you know that Amsterdam is the city with the most museums per km2 in the world? Well, this square already takes the cake!
The Amstel river
What would a great city be without its river? We know what you are thinking and no, it is not named after the famous beer, but the other way around. And not only that, also, it gives the city its name, but we will tell you more about it on the tour!
If you thought Amsterdam was just canals and tilted buildings, this will surprise you. It is an artificial island that had formerly served as a shipyard for the Dutch royal fleet. Today we find a residential area that stands out for its modern architecture. Do you dare to discover it?