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City On Pedals

 

#1 guided tour organization in Amritsar

Now in Jaipur, Varanasi and Chandigarh

 
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Total Guests

>3500

in just a little over 2 year

Total Reviews

>400

99.98% 5-Star Ratings

Offbeat experiences with City On Pedals

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Amritsar »

Guided Bicycle, Walking and Food Tours, Wagah Border Tours, Golden Temple Tours and Village Tours

Early morning bicycle ride
Early morning bicycle ride
Evening street food tasting
Evening street food tasting
Amritsar Heritage Street
Amritsar Heritage Street
Dancing at the Border Ceremony
Dancing at the Border Ceremony
Farm activities
Farm activities
Community Kitchen
Community Kitchen
Bizarre Hindu Temple
Bizarre Hindu Temple
Baba Bohar
Baba Bohar
Cycling at night
Cycling at night
Milking of cows
Milking of cows
barbeque-nights
Barbeque nights
Khairuddin Mosque
Khairuddin Mosque
Pul Kanjari
Pul Kanjari
Delicious traditional breakfast
Delicious traditional breakfast
Langar Hall
Langar Hall
Fun-DIY
Fun DIY's
Preparing rotis
Preparing rotis
Bicycle-activites
Bicycle activities

Jaipur »

Guided Walking and Food Tours

Early Morning walking tours
Early morning walking tours
Colours of Albert Hall
Colors of Albert Hall
Night street walk
Night street walk
tasting chai
Tasting chai
Museum of legacy
Hidden gems
Ajmeri-gate
Know the great gates
bangles-market
Exploring fashion streets
Best view of Hawa Mahal
Best view of Hawa Mahal
Exploring Old havelies
Exploring old havelies
Fireworks-market
Exploring markets
jaipur-famous-kachori
Jaipur famous kachori
try lintel puffed pastery
Trying lintel puffed pastry
View from Nahargarh
View from Nahargarh
Insides of Vintage car restaurant in Jaipur
Inside of vintage car restaurant
tasting mung thaal
Tasting moong thal
Exploring local street snacks
Local street snacks
Unique Famous Ginger Samosa
Unique famous ginger samosa
one of the best lassi
One of the best lassi

Why "City On Pedals"?

Our tours are educational, inspiring and fun at the same time - no boring lectures - as you explore Amritsar and Jaipur's busy streets, narrow bylanes and discover hundreds of years of fascinating and entertaining history

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Latest blogs

2020-02-17

Guided Walking Tours Now In Chandigarh

Chandigarh – a city and a Union Territory in India which is also the capital of Punjab and Haryana is known as one of the first planned cities in India. Known as the City Beautiful because of its magnificence and picturesque beauty, it is said to be the Dream City of India’s first PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Well known for its well-designed infrastructure, the thing that adds more beauty to the city is its green cover. The major design of the city is mapped out by French architect Le Corbusier. Ideally, the name Chandigarh is derived out from the ancient […]
2020-02-13

Guided Walking Tours Now In Varanasi

India – a land of diverse Culture & Heritage, Rituals and beliefs, of stories and facts, of beautiful hidden alleys and colorful markets, such a city that is inculcated with all these features is Varanasi – referred by many as Kashi Vishwanath Ki Nagri. Ruled by Mughals and Kings in the past, this Oldest city of India is now a hub of saints and sages and has a beautiful amalgamation of our religious past and a modern future. Considering the city has a stature of being the Oldest City of India, it is even one of the continuously inhabited cities […]
2020-01-13
Blog Featured Image - North Indian Wedding

North-Indian Hindu Wedding: Rituals And Meanings

A country of Gurdwaras and Temples, a country of many festivals and events, a country of weddings and rituals is what India is known as beyond all its famous facets. The relations here are well celebrated with great pomp and show. Today we are going to talk about a relationship that not only unites two souls but also unites two families who are otherwise sometimes, poles apart from each other. Their customs, rituals, traditions, ways of celebrating a festival can also be different sometimes but what unites them is the bond of love, the bond of faith. Yes.! we are […]
2020-01-10

What Do Sikhs Wear And Why – The Story of 5 Ks

The Sikh religion was founded in Northern India in the fifteenth century by Guru Nanak Dev Ji and is the world’s fifth-largest religion with 25 million adherents worldwide. The religion believes in one God, equality, freedom of religion, and community service. Sikhs believe in three basic principles; meditating on the name of God (praying), earning a living by honest means as well as sharing the fruits of one’s labor with others. Sikhism rejects caste and class systems and emphasizes service to humanity. The universal nature of the Sikh way of life reaches out to people of all faiths and cultural […]
2020-01-08

Importance Of Rajasthani Block Printing

In our last blog for Block printing, we have come to terms with what exactly is this technique about and we have also studied its history and Importance. Now here we will cover up this practice as an important souvenir from Jaipur – the city of Royals. In a small corner of northern India, generation after generation of families is keeping the art of Rajasthani block printing alive. Their main focus is on creating handmade, ethical designs with Indian artisans. Once the customers or guests get their heads around what’s involved – the intricacy, the skill, the handiwork of each […]
2020-01-06

Block Printing – History And Importance

One of the oldest printing methods technique – Block Printing is a method of using a carved piece of wood or any other type of carved block like linoleum available in the market nowadays to imprint an image on paper or fabric. This is basically a stamp that you press onto paper, cloth or other material using ink. Block-printing can be done with wood, linoleum, rubber or various other materials, wood being the oldest medium of all. The reason why it is called the oldest printmaking method is due to the evidence of its existence in as early as the […]
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