City On Pedals

 

#1 guided tour organization in Amritsar

Now in Jaipur too!

 
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence - City On Pedals

Total Guests

>2000

in just a little over 1 year

Total Reviews

>240

99.98% 5-Star Ratings

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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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“Outstanding guide” – 668penc

We loved City on Pedals and our guide so much that we ended up doing three tours with them! They are passionate advocates for their city and provided fascinating insights we would not have gained on our own. Signed up for a bicycle tour and was delighted at their concern for safety given it had been many years since I was on a bike. Great tour company for young and old.
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“Worth paying for the tour” – Caroline M

Outside Jallianwala Bagh you can get any number of cheap deals for the border ceremony but you will likely find yourself sharing a tuk-tuk with 20 people and be dropped off quite a walk away. This tour was so worth it. Rabia was our guide and driver and her enthusiasm for the ceremony shines through. She explains what is going on, you get drinks and snacks, and you get to find out where it’s best to sit. Great way to experience the ceremony.
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2019-09-13
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Navratri: Festival And 5 Popular Food Items

The Holy City is preparing, as Navratri is around the corner with 9 days of festivities beginning at the end of this month. The fast will begin in India on 29th September 2019 and will go on till 7th October 2019. Endowed with a great significance, it is one of the festivals of the Hindu tradition that is celebrated twice in a year, with great fanfare. “Nava”- meaning ‘Nine’ and “Ratri”- meaning ‘Night’, this literally means the Nine Nights of Divinity. These nine nights and days are dedicated to worshipping Goddess Durga’s nine divine forms. Apart from showering offerings to […]
2019-09-06
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Exploring The World’s Biggest Community Kitchen Inside The Golden Temple

Located in the city of Amritsar, Sri Harmandir Sahib, also known as Darbar Sahib is one of the prominent pilgrimage sites of Sikhism. Arguably referred to as the World Headquarter for Sikhism, the place attracts many tourists from around the globe. Apart from being the central religious place of the Sikhs, it is also a symbol of human brotherhood and equality. Everybody, irrespective of caste, creed or race can seek spiritual solace and religious fulfilment without any hindrance. It also represents the distinct identity, glory, and heritage of the Sikhs. About Sri Harmandir Sahib Built at a level lower than […]
2019-04-13
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Jallianwala Bagh Massacre Facts And A Century Later

Vaisakhi is observed as a mark of the new year in Sikh culture and the beginning of the harvest season. Although the freshness of the festivity and happiness is all around on this day, it has also a blood spot marked to its name for the year 1919 in the saga of India’s independence from the British Empire. As they said, “Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it“, but the fight for independence was never so easy as it may now seem. Thousands of Bravehearts have given their lives so we can breathe in the air of independent […]
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