We would love to take you to the north part of Amsterdam, where we can visit new projects that are taking place in this completely different, old industrial spacious area in our city. We will cycle over the Nieuwedammerdijk with ancient wooden houses to Durgerdam. Since everything in Durgerdam occurs at a slow pace and in a homely manner, there is still a unique feeling of centuries-old Waterland harbor village along the former Southern Sea.
As you might already know, Amsterdam is a compact city filled with intrepid cyclists. If you don't have much time in our city and want to know all about it or if you like the adrenaline rush, this is a tour for you. In a few hours you will get an overall idea of the city. You will see the most iconic sights of our city, like the Museum Square (where the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh are located), Dam Square and a traditional Dutch windmill. You will cycle along the canal ring. It’s the most beautiful area in town! But not everything is about the highlights. You will be delighted by the beauty of some laid back areas like the Jordaan. It's a residential neighborhood with beautiful old houses, cute canals and fairytale-like bridges. There we really enjoy visiting some hofjes, old hidden courtyards that allow you to travel back in time. A ferry will take you to Amsterdam Noord which is the most fun part for us! We will visit the NDSM, an old wharf which nowadays hosts creative design and art projects, surrounded by super cool cafes and restaurants. We will pick one of them to have a delicious drink in while enjoying the view over the city.
“My aim is to show my guests how easy it is to take photos just with some very handy tricks and tips. Amsterdam is beautiful, especially when the seasons change and the flora and fauna are in bloom. People change with the seasons, their clothes, the way they walk and look.” Learn by practicing the basics of photography, your shutter speed, aperture and get some pro photos of yourself, made by Tom. "I will teach you how easy it is to dare to take photos of locals. These short interactions are actually a lot of fun and you can use this skill for the rest of your life!"