The bike route to Monnickendam includes visiting Zunderdorp, climbing and listening to the oldest Dutch carillion and exploring the national heritage buildings of the old town.
Main road directing to the north of Amsterdam.
High rising bridge with connecting staircases to both sides of the Amsterdam-Rhine canal.
High rising bridge connecting Amsterdam and Amsterdam Noord (North).
A strip of road leading directly to Ransdorp.
A bike lane located between a residential recreational area and rural/farming landscape.
A small village with a welcoming white gate-bridged entrance. It has a gorgeous church and surprisingly beautiful spots to discover around every corner.
Broek in waterland:
The entrance to Broek in Waterland consists of one old white gate and then a tunnel that goes under the highway. The town's main street leads to the Havenrak lake and the town church.
A road connecting between Broek in waterland and Monnickendam.
De grote kerk (The big church) is located right in the town’s entrance. De Speeltoren museum offers a close look at the oldest Dutch Carillion. The harbor boasts various classic restaurants, bars and cafes.
A small village located right above Monnickendam and includes a cheese farm with lots of charm. The farm's employees are all dressed up in traditional Dutch clothes and hosts a workshop of how the cheese is made.