Guided Bike Tour-Best way to discover Amsterdam
Explore A City
Are you one of those people who just love to travel and discover new places around the world? I, for one, just love to travel and I believe that everyone should give themselves the opportunity to do so at least once a year.
Traveling helps us break the routine of everyday life, discover and experience new cultures firsthand - see "that" temple or monument that we have always admired so much, but only had in pictures. It also gives us the opportunity to meet new people, to know ourselves better, to understand our own limits and move past them.
The world is a magic place and there are so many cities that have so much to offer if only we take the time to discover them.
There are many ways you can explore a city as a tourist. You can walk, rent a car, join an organized trip or take a bike trip.
Bike Tours Amsterdam
Cycling is a very healthy form of exercise. Moreover, current eco followers support the idea of using the bicycle not only for leisure, but even as a means of transportation in our everyday life, replacing our cars or public transportation.
It is proven that people who cycle experience less sadness and psychological disorders. This is because the activity oxygenates the brain more than any other activity and because of that can think better.
One of the best European city that can be discovered on a bike is Amsterdam. The bicycle is the favorite means of transport for the people in Amsterdam and once you know the city, you will understand why. There are over 400,000 bicycles circulating on the streets of Amsterdam thank to the impressive cycling infrastructure.
There are bike racks everywhere and bike lanes run throughout the city. Amsterdam has over 15,000 kilometers of bicycle lanes and with the bike you can reach places that are inaccessible otherwise.
Is Bicycle Good for Health and Discover?
Guided bike tours will offer you a fascinating glimpse of the famous and rich history of Amsterdam. You will pass through points of interest such as the port, the charming Jordaan district, the Anne Frank House, the Western Church, the Rijksmuseum, the Vondel Park, the Amstel River, the narrow bridge, the Rembrandt House and the Red neighborhood.
You will also see the hidden Amsterdam with its idyllic small canals, quiet hidden courtyards and photogenic views.
Experienced English speaking guides will show you the way and will tell the fascinating story of the evolution of Amsterdam in recent years. This trip is perfect for a bachelor party, for a family reunion or a romantic city break. I am sure this will be one of the most fulfilling experiences you will have while in Amsterdam.