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From Amsterdam: Countryside Bike Tour85 Reviews
Explore fishing villages, country fields, and farmlands and learn about water management and the windmill industry of old Holland on this 4-hour bike tour.
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- Ride through old fishermen villages and farmer towns
- Explore the scenic landscapes of Holland by bike
- Learn about the windmill industry and see the last chalk windmill of Holland
DescriptionEscape the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam for the day and discover the Dutch countryside on bike. Departing from the city center, take the ferry over the beautiful IJ-lake. Ride your bike over dams and dikes, past picturesue villages and through scenic landscapes. Your guide will tell you about the history of this country and the villages you will be seeing. You will learn about watermanegement while cycling over the embankments that keep the Dutch feet dry. Halfway through the tour, stop for coffee in a lovely little restaurant in Holysloot, a tiny village in the farmlands of Holland. Ask your guide all your questions and enjoy a relaxing break in this peaceful place. The homemade apple pie that's served here is world-famous and the perfect fuel to keep you going. After the refreshment break, continue to Ransdorp. Witness the beauty of this former capital of the Waterland region with its iconic flat church tower and fascinating history. Later, begin the journey back to the city. Before getting back, stop to see Holland's last chalk windmill for another iconic photo opportunity. Learn about the functioning of windmills and the mill industry of Holland in the 17th and 18th centuries. Soon after leaving the windmill behind you will arrive back in Amsterdam.
IncludesBike Helmet (if requested) Tour guide
- This tour will take place rain or shine
- Although this is a flat, leisurely ride, you will be covering approximately 18 miles in around 4 hours