Rent a bike in Amsterdam Green City
Updated: May 17, 2022
Amsterdam has some awesome scenic routes to be explored by bike. Even if you pedal for a couple of hours, exploring Amsterdam by bike is an experience to be had. Explore the Dutch capital like an Amsterdammer! Support one of the world’s most eco-friendly cities — rent a bike in Amsterdam and reduce your carbon footprint. Have fun discovering Amsterdam in an economical, and sustainable way.
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How to Rent a Bike in Amsterdam
Renting a bike in Amsterdam is easy — there are many rental points located around the city for pick-up and drop-off. One of the most convenient way is to pre-book before your journey to Amsterdam and you could pick it up as soon as you need to.
To rent a bike in Amsterdam, you need to be aware of the following information:
Free cancellation – Cancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
Covid-19 precautions are in place so you are safe.
Mobile ticketing – Use your phone or print your voucher
Valid — Anything from 3 hours to a full 1 day from first activation
Rent a bike to make the most of your visit to Amsterdam. Cycle easily from one landmark to another, along the beautiful canals, through the artsy Jordaan neighborhood, the famous Red Light District, or through the breathtaking Vondelpark. You can also cycle out of the city for a trip through the beautiful landscape around Amsterdam, such as the rural Waterland or the green Amstelland, along the Amstel River.
Receive guidance on various cycling routes, traffic and parking rules, and a high-quality bike. With five bike rental locations in the center of Amsterdam, there’s always a location nearby. Choose from footbrake or handbrake bicycles in all models and sizes. Have the bike adjusted to your height, and embark on your adventure across the city.GYG
- Bike rental
- 2 Locks
X Food and drinks
X Deposit which can be made with a copy of your credit card for up to 5 bikes, or with a passport and €50 cash per bike.
- Children under 12 years
- People with mobility impairments
- People who can’t ride a bike
- Wheelchair users
What to bring
- Passport or ID card
Know before you go
- Deposit is not included in the rental price
- Deposit can be made with a copy of your credit card for up to 5 bikes, or with a passport and €50 in cash per bike
- Bike rental is not recommended for people with limited mobility
- Insurance is not included
- Please note that food and beverages are not included
- Please note that there is no guide
Rent a bike in Amsterdam – prices start from € 11.00 per person
**Prices correct at time of writing – May 2021
ESSENTIALS FOR AMSTERDAM
From/to Schiphol Airport to/from City Centre:
1| Hassle free private transfer
2 | Amsterdam Airport Express to the City Centre Return Trip
3 | Public Transport & 397 Airport Shuttle
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Visit Zaanse Schans, Edam, & Marken from Amsterdam on a day trip
Quick facts on Amsterdam, Netherlands
City: Capital of Netherlands
Mayor: Femke Halsema (since 2018)
Zone: Central European Time Zone | Central European Summer Time
Elevation: -2m (-7ft) – Dam Square
Nearest Airport: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)
Train Station: Amsterdam Centraal Station
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Have an awesome time in Amsterdam!
Although not great cyclists I get the feeling any trip to Amsterdam is incomplete without at least giving this a try. K owing how easy it is from your blog is useful. Thanks for always bringing practical information as well.
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