Offering a variety of touring options including bus tours and canal cruises, we recommend the bikes so you can get the full Dutch experience. This is the best way to see Amsterdam, especially if your time there is limited.
Every Sunday tourists and nearby residents peruse the booths of this open-air art market which showcases the work of local artists.
If you are ready to get in tune with your intrepid side and have some extra time to venture outside of Amsterdam’s cultural attractions, then Bike Sherpa bicycle tours is a wonderful way to explore the beautifully diverse areas of the Netherlands.
- Group Bike Rides
This is by far the most unique way to see the city! The pedal boats seat up to 4 people and allow you to cruise the channels at your own pace while you take in the sights. With 3 moorings conveniently located around the city centre, you can start and end at any point.
- Boat Rental
A classical riding school since 1882, the Hollandsche is a renowned institution in Amsterdam and is a must-see for visitors. Equipped with multiple riding rings, viewing areas and an on-site caf
- Horse Riding
Beer fan or not, you shouldn't miss the Heineken Experience. The original brewery was converted into a museum showcasing the history and beer making process of this world famous company.
A slightly offbeat outfit, this is the place for people who "don't do tours" . The ride is far from strenuous, the narration is comical, and the sights are not often found on the typical tourist route.
With over 1,000 major exhibits and an extensive collection of Dutch Baroque and Golden Age masterpieces, among others, you could easily spend an entire day at the Rijkmuseum. Guided tours are available in English for 75 euro and audio tours are 4 euro. Location:
Learn about the life and art of Vincent Van Gogh through this museum, which houses the largest collection of his work in the world. Pieces include paintings, prints, drawings and personal journals.
The 300 booth outdoor flea market has everything from vintage clothes to books and videos and other knick-knack non-essentials. Come here to browse and people watch, but don't expect to find a steal. The crowd is young hipsters and tourists, so watch your wallets and purses for pick-pockets.