When in Amsterdam city, the ideal places to pedal your way through on a cycle include the Leidseplein Square and the Rembrandtplein Square. Amsterdam has more than 500 kilometers of dedicated spots for cycling, and 81,000 cycles in actual, so you have more options. There are many cycle rentals too in Amsterdam.
Each and every Amsterdam package tours considers cycling and wine and dine canal cruises, as two of the most activities popular among the tourists and the Dutch. Amsterdam offers plentiful things to the visitors from outside and offers some of the spectacular cityscapes in Europe.
The cityscapes are best explored either on waterways or on a speeding bicycle. Cycling is more than a fad in the tourism hub of the Netherlands and offers a way of sightseeing, which is only rivaled by the canal cruises. In fact, apart from cycling, the Netherlands is renowned for the windmills at Kinderdijk, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Regardless, cycling is a must-try when you are traveling to the Netherlands, be it the highlands of Rotterdam or the capital city.
It is said that Amsterdam once had a plan to make the canals a transportation mode for four-wheel vehicles, but the cycles found their way back soon enough. The Dutch shares an affinity towards bicycling which traces back to the late nineteenth century. The Canal Ring area has grown to become one of Amsterdam’s renowned cityscapes over the years benefitting tourism on waterways and also intersecting the entire city and its trade.
Often referred to as the ‘Dancing Houses’, the cityscapes in the Canal Ring area can be enjoyed when on private Amsterdam walking tours also, but the most exciting views would be given by the waterways. When on a Amsterdam packaged tour, you can enjoy sipping a country wine, tasting a five-course dinner, and seeing the landmarks flash by.
If you have someone close to say cheers and savor the moment, then you can reach cloud nine. There are plenty of nodal points for boat departure across the city capital and the Amsterdam tour programs cover all of that. Another one of the symbol of pride that is often attributed to the city capital is the ‘I Amsterdam’ sign, just outside the Rijksmuseum.