Explore Willemstad's Dutch architecture, pastel-colored buildings and ornate facades during a guided e-bike tour of the historic city, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour begins in the city's main square from where you pass by Kura Hulanda, which features many recently restored historical buildings facing the St. Anna Bay. Afterwards you'll ride through the streets of Otrobanda and visit the popular "Colorful Stairs" for a memorable photo. Next make your way through a local neighborhood, pass the Santa Famia church and ride through Breedestraat towards the bridge. Cross the Queen Emma Bridge on your way to see Fort Amsterdam, built in 1635, which now functions as the Governor's Palace and features a beautiful Protestant church in its courtyard. Ride by the Handelskade a picturesque stretch of pier where you can see the colorful façade of Willemstad. The journey continues through Scharloo, a former residential neighborhood lined with picturesque villas built in the 1800's and murals painted by local artists. Stop for a photos at Bolo di Batrei, known as the wedding cake house before concluding at the natural harbor Waaigat.