Brussels to Bruges Bike and Boat Tour
Belgium Bike + Barge Tours
Bike and barge Belgium along the Schelde River
Bike and Barge in Belgium, in the heart of Europe! With three official languages (Flemish, French and German), Belgium is a culturally diverse country with a rich and varied history and an understated sophistication which makes it a charming country to visit and the perfect place for a bike and boat tour.
It boasts a wealth of spectacular architecture, with many of its oldest buildings listed as UNESCO world heritage sites. The renowned grand squares of Brussels and Bruges, with hundreds of museums, parks, restaurants, and bars will not fail to impress you.
Belgium also has a proud tradition of fine art and the works of many well-known artists, from medieval masters such as Van Eyck to modern surrealists like Magritte.
For lovers of the outdoors, Belgium's beautiful countryside offers a range of things to do.
Most of all, Belgians know how to enjoy life to the full - their world-famous beers, chocolates, waffles, mussels, fries, and fine cuisine are a testament to this. It's never difficult to find a great place to eat or drink in any Belgian town or city.
- Enjoy the best of Brussels
- Vibrant Antwerp
- Understated Ghent
- Unesco world heritage listed Bruges
- Small and picturesque Mechelen
Be sure to check out all of our Bike and Barge tours in Belgium.
Premium twin cabin $ 2416 £ 1258 $ 2,191 € 1465 $ 2517 kr 15691 $ 1,653 Regular twin cabin $ 2061 £ 1073 $ 1,869 € 1250 $ 2147 kr 13388 $ 1,410 Single cabin $ 2581 £ 1344 $ 2,340 € 1565 $ 2689 kr 16762 $ 1,765 Bunk bed cabin for twin use $ 1756 £ 915 $ 1,592 € 1065 $ 1830 kr 11407 $ 1,201 Mecklenburg Twin cabin $ 1804 £ 939 $ 1,636 € 1094 $ 1879 kr 11717 $ 1,234 Twin cabin for single-use $ 2629 £ 1369 $ 2,383 € 1594 $ 2738 kr 17072 $ 1,798
Electric bicycle rental
Feniks: $ 79 £ 41 $ 72 € 48 $ 82 kr 514 $ 54 Mecklenburg: $ 148 £ 77 $ 135 € 90 $ 155 kr 964 $ 102
Beverage package (wine, beer, soda):
Only available on the Feniks: $ 165 £ 86 $ 150 € 100 $ 172 kr 1071 $ 113
Gluten-free or other special dietary requests: surcharge may apply. Please ask
Rates are per person based on double occupancy.
† Currency exchange rate set 90 days before travel.
Fly to Amsterdam or Brussels.
If you fly into Amsterdam, you can access the train station on the lower level of the airport. From there you will take a short train ride to Amsterdam Centraal, the main train station in Amsterdam. A train to Brussels Central is about 2 hours and 40 minutes with one transfer in Rotterdam Centraal. A train to Bruges is close to 4 hours with either one or two transfers. If you fly into Brussels, it is just a short train ride to Brussels Central from the airport and then you can take a taxi to the harbor. If your tour is beginning in Bruges, it is about an hour and a half train ride with one transfer in Brussels Midi.
Please check local conditions before your arrival. Average high/low temperatures (°F) for Brussels: April 55°/40°, May 63°/47°, June 67°/52°, July 72°/56, August 72°/55°, and September 66°/52°.
Before you travel, please check your country's passport and visa requirements and the passport and visa requirements of the country/countries you plan to visit. For US citizens, the US Department of State website is a good source of information. The Country Information tab in the International Travel section provides details about passport validity, blank passport pages required, etc. For our other international clients, please be sure that you research your own country's travel requirements. It is each traveler's responsibility to ensure proper documentation.
*Important note: Beginning July 1, 2021, additional documentation from the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) will be required to visit any of the 26 Schengen-member countries for tourism, business, medical, or transit. This is an additional check on security rather than a visa.
Bruges to Brussels: July 11, 2020
Brussels to Bruges: July 18, 2020
Bruges to Brussels: May 16, June 27, July 11, August 8, and August 22, 2020
Brussels to Bruges: May 23, June 6, July 4, July 18, August 15, and August 29, 2020
Where You’ll Stay
Aboard the Comfort class boats, the Feniks or the Mecklenburg
- Each boat varies slightly. Be sure to see what is included/not included on your boat.
What’s Not Included
Each boat has a slightly different itinerary. Be sure to check your boat/itinerary below. All distances are approximate. The above-planned itinerary is subject to change, even on very short notice, due to changing wind and weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances having to do with mooring requirements, docking location changes, lock repairs, etc.
Brussels to Bruges Bike and Boat Tour Boats + Barges
Feniks Belgium, Netherlands, France Comfort Class Boat Originally, the Feniks was built in 1928 as a freighter on the Dutch, Belgium and French inland waters. In 1992, the Feniks was converted to a hotel passenger ship and put in service for various sailing holidays. Since then, she has undergone several renovations to keep up-to-date with all modern facilities.
Mecklenburg Netherlands, Belgium Comfort Class Boat Navigating the rivers and channels of Belgium, the Mecklenburg is a comfortable river boat with an inviting atmosphere. First built in 1957 in Belgium, it was rebuilt in 2000. You can enjoy the passing scenery from the partially shaded sun deck with chairs and tables. The salon, with large panoramic windows and comfortable couches, is the perfect place to enjoy a meal and drink. There are eleven twin cabins on board with friendly staff to cater to your needs.