This bike tour in Southern Holland takes you along beautiful paths through some of Holland's most scenic countryside and each day's destination seems better than the one before. Starting and ending in Amsterdam, this tour also visits the prestigious towns of Haarlem, Leiden, Scheveningen, The Hague, Delft, and Rotterdam. Not only will you get the chance to visit these famous Dutch cities, but you will also uncover another side of Holland as you cycle through the countryside, the country’s “Green Heart”. It is here that you will see a wonderful Dutch landscape of water, meadows, grazing cows, windmills and picturesque farms.
Electric bike: £70$155€83$124NOK777kr717$93Bike maps for self-guided option (advanced reservation and payment required): £18$40€21$32NOK198kr183$24Gluten-free/Celiac/Vegan diet: £42$94€50$75NOK471kr435$57
Child bike, tag-along, bike trailer, and child seat available on request
De Amsterdam and De Nassau
Electric bike (limited number): £85$188€100$151NOK942kr869$113Gluten-free or dairy-free meals, payable on board: £42$94€50$75NOK471kr435$57Helmets, advanced reservation required: £8$19€10$15NOK94kr87$11Fully guided option on De Amsterdam: £106$235€125$188NOK1177kr1087$1411-hour canal cruise through Amsterdam, discounted price: £11$24€13$20NOK122kr113$15
Please book your ticket in advance and you can collect it on board of your ship on the first day of the tour.
*On the Liza Marleen, Wending, and Zwaan pricing is based on fuel costs as of February 2019. If the fuel cost increase 5%, additional fees may apply (even for reservations already booked).
There is a direct train that leaves 6 times per hour from the airport to Amsterdam Central Station. It takes about 16 minutes. The price for a train ticket Schiphol-Amsterdam Central is € 4,20 per person for a single journey. We will inform you of the exact docking location of your barge with your final travel information. Some boats moor within walking distance and others will require a short taxi ride. If you prefer to travel by taxi from the airport to the barge, this takes about 30 minutes and costs about € 45.
Please check local conditions before your arrival. The Netherlands has a temperate maritime climate influenced by the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean and Cologne, as well, has a mild continental climate. A good website to use to research regional weather including average high/low temperatures, average rainfall, and more is weatherbase.com. Don’t forget your rain gear! Average high/low temp in °F for the region is approximately April, 53/40°, May, 61/46°, June, 66/52°, July, 69/55°, August, 70/55°, September, 64/51°, and October, 57/46°.
Please be aware that you will be part of an international group of people, but your tour guide and crew members will always speak English. The fully guided package is available on the De Amsterdam. Maximum group size is 20 people. See dates and pricing.
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.
*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.
Excursions available on the De Amsterdam and De Nassau
Optional visits (several with discount or free of charge):
Visitors center windmills Kinderdijk
St. Jan’s church Gouda
Cheese farm Oudewater
City hall Zaandam and more
Canal cruise (one hour) Amsterdam: discounted price, € 12,50 (2019), €13 (2020). Please book your ticket in advance and you can collect it on board of your ship on the first day of the tour.
De Amsterdam Early season: March 28, 2020 Season A: April 4, April 11, and October 10, 2020 Season B: April 18 and October 3, 2020 Season C: April 25 and September 26, 2020 Season D: May 2*, May 9, and September 19, 2020 Season E: May 16, May 23*, May 30, and September 12*, 2020 Season F: All other departure dates, weekly from June 6 up to and incl. September 5, 2020
*Guided dates, only on De Amsterdam: May 2, May 23, June 13, August 29, and September 12, 2020
Early season: March 28, 2020 Season A: April 4, April 11, and October 10, 2020 Season B: October 3, 2020 Season C: April 25, 2020 Season D: May 2, 2020 Season E: September 12, 2020 Season F: June 6, June 20, and July 4, 2020
Comfort Class Boat:
Zwaan Standard season: May 9, 2020
Liza Marleen Low season: July 4, July 18, August 1, 2020 Standard season: May 30, and August 15, 2020 High season: September 5, 2020
Standard Class Boat:
Wending Low season: June 27, July 11, July 25, and August 8, 2020 Standard season: May 16, June 13, August 22, August 29, and September 26, 2020 High season: September 19, 2020
Easy bike and boat tour with average daily distances of ± 26 miles on flat, bike paths and well-maintained asphalt roads with little traffic. On the De Amsterdam, an onboard tour guide will give extensive descriptions of the day’s cycling route. Guests will bike using provided route descriptions & maps. The guide will also cycle the route but does not actually guide a group. The main role of the tour guide is to provide assistance if needed during the cycling itinerary. On the De Amsterdam, on certain dates, it is possible to purchase a fully guided package. On all other boats, tours are fully guided with an option for self-guided.
Where You’ll Stay
There are several boats of different categories that do this tour, each with its own unique itinerary. Be sure to check out the boat page, what is included, and not included and pricing specific to your tour date.
Printed tour information and detailed maps for cycling (one set per cabin)
Short city tours
Discounts on entrance fees and excursions as mentioned in the program (Delftware factory, Kinderdijk, St. Jans Church, cheese farm in Oudewater, silversmith Schoonhoven, city hall Zaandam, and others
Free wifi in the lounge of ship
7-speed unisex hybrid touring bike (Velo de Ville C100 or Gazelle - Chamonix) with hand brakes, gel saddles, frame lock, pannier bag, and repair kit with pump
Please note: The majority of the dates are not fully guided bike tours but rather supported by a guide who ensures the safety of riders and takes care of mechanical issues. The guide is cycling the route and can be reached by cell phone for quick assistance. On board the De Amsterdam, with more than 60 guests, a second tour assistant will be added. There are several dates in which a guide can be added for a supplement. See dates and pricing.
All distances are approximate. Itinerary is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances, including but not limited to weather, last minute mooring changes, and restructuring of locks or bridges. Each boat has a slightly different itinerary as well as what is included and not included.
*Aboard these boats, it is possible to do the tour as self-guided with route descriptions. Please specify at the time of booking if you wish to do this. Maps are available for an additional fee. Ask us for details.
Day 1: Amsterdam, boarding begins at 1 pm and must be completed by 2:00 pm! Sailing to Spaarndam and cycling to Haarlem, 9 mi. (15 km) Day 2: Haarlem – through the dune area – Leiden, 25 mi. (40 km) Day 3: Leiden – Delft, 35 mi. (40 km) Day 4: Delft Day 5: Delft – sailing to Rotterdam/ferry to Kinderdijk – cycling to Gouda, 25 mi. (40 km) Day 6: Gouda – Uithoorn, 25 mi. (45 km) Day 7: Uithoorn – Amsterdam, 25 mi. (40 km) Day 8: Amsterdam
Day 1: Amsterdam, boarding, complete by 2:00 pm; Sailing to Spaarndam and cycling to Haarlem, 9 mi. (15 km) After arriving on board the ship, you can put your luggage away in your cabin and then enjoy a cup of coffee or tea. It is possible to bring your luggage on board at noon but the cabins will not be ready for check-in. Check-in begins at 1 pm. It is also a good moment to become acquainted with the guide, skipper and crew, and of course your fellow passengers. The first part of the tour will take you by boat to Spaarndam, known as the village of Hansje Brinker, and from here take an easy bike ride into the beautiful city of Haarlem. You must be very prompt in boarding as the boat will depart the mooring shortly after 2 pm. Back on board, the program for the next day and the rest of the week will be explained to you as you enjoy a lovely dinner.
Day 2: Haarlem – through the dune area – Leiden, 25 mi. (40 km) Today starts with a short tour by bicycle to the center of Haarlem, where you can see some of the city's typical almshouses. Upon departure from Haarlem, you may cycle to the 'Cruquiusgemaal' (Cruquius Pumping Station), one of the three steam-powered pumping stations that drained the Haarlemmer Lake between 1849 and 1852. Now a museum, it gives you an excellent idea of the Dutch 'battle against the water'. During the summer months, cycle through the dunes to the beach.
Day 3: Leiden – Delft, 25 mi. (40 km) You leave the city and cycle South along the Vliet canal. In Voorschoten you turn westwards towards the coastline. At 'Wassenaarse Slag' you can take a break on the beach. The Wassenaarse Slag is an entrance to the beach near the Dutch town of Wassenaar. The coastline is over 8 km long. The route to Delft takes you along the water once again. The old center is a well-preserved medieval city with canals, a magnificent town hall, and a royal tomb in the Nieuwe Kerk. It is well worth a visit.
Day 4: Delft Today you can enjoy the day at your leisure. You can stay in Delft and discover the old center, visit The Hague by public transport, or go to Rotterdam by bike. Delft Delft is a beautiful town to wander through and learn more about the famous Dutch painter, Vermeer at the Vermeer Center or visit the Nieuwe Kerk. When the weather is clear the view from the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) is spectacular. A large part of the Southern Tour can be seen from here! The Hague The city of The Hague has wide avenues, parks, and stately mansions. Possible visits are Peace Palace (housing the International Court of Justice), the 'Binnenhof' with the 13th-century 'Ridderzaal' (Knights' Hall), seat of the Dutch Government and Parliament. Every third Tuesday of September the Queen's Speech is delivered in the Ridderzaal. The Mauritshuis, a former palace, is now a famous museum with paintings by Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Rubens. It also houses 'Panorama Mesdag', the largest panoramic, circular painting in the world, depicting 19th-century Scheveningen. Of the many royal palaces in The Hague, only a few are still operational. You may see the Noordeinde Palace and the Huis ten Bosch Palace. Rotterdam This bustling city has many architectural highlights, some interesting museums, and is the main port of Holland. Skyscrapers stand in the scaffolds and rise steadily towards the stars. On the Maas River, Erasmus Bridge is the gateway to the Kop van Zuid district. The modern architecture makes up what is known as ‘Manhattan on the Maas’. Here you can find the New Orleans and the Maastoren, the highest residential tower and the highest office building in the Netherlands. With so much of the city changing on a daily basis, it is internationally known as a city of architecture. The city also offers historical significance and some interesting museums such as the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, where you can find Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Dali, and Dutch Design.
Day 5: Delft – sailing to Rotterdam/ferry to Kinderdijk – cycling to Gouda, 32 mi. (40 km) The first part of today's route will be sailing through the center of Rotterdam, thus giving you the best view of the modern architecture of this city. Your cycling day starts in Kinderdijk and will take you through the Alblasserwaard, situated in between rivers and showcasing a variety of scenery, featuring water and meadows. The many inundations and the slowly sinking surface made water management essential in this fenland. Canals and ditches were dug and windmills were constructed; of the latter, nineteen remain today. After a visit to one of the mills, you will continue by bike, ending in Gouda. The city of ‘stroopwafels’ (treacle-waffle) and pottery, but also stained-glass windows, a fairy-like town hall, and atmospheric canals. Gouda is a real old Dutch town with a virtually intact town center
Day 6: Gouda – Oude Wetering*, 28 mi. (45 km) From Gouda you will continue your tour over country roads, banks and channels through the Green Heart and polders to Oude Wetering, a sleepy village between the lakes of Braasemmermeer and Westeinderplannen. On the way you pass the wetlands of Reeuwijkse Plassen north of Gouda and will ride through typical Dutch countryside with many waterways, green pastures and of course some windmills.
*Please be aware that sometimes the boat will need to dock in Uithoorn due to docking availability. In this case, the itinerary will change slightly.
Day 7: Oude Wetering – Amsterdam, 28 mi. (45 km) Today you will first ride to the village of Uithoorn The name De Uithoorn (or also De Uythoorn) was used at the end of the Middle Ages for the location of the lower courts of the deanery of Saint John. The village was formed around its courthouse. People depended on agriculture and animal husbandry. Agriculture became increasingly more difficult due to the steady soil subsidence. From circa 1600 on, peat extraction became important and resulted in the formation of large ponds, which in turn would be made into polders later on. Circa 1885, several fortifications were built around Oude Wetering and Uithoorn as part of the Defence Line of Amsterdam. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a 135 km long ring of fortifications around Amsterdam. From Uithoorn you start your ride into Amsterdam. Amsterdam's name derives from Amstelredamme, indicative of the city's origin as a dam of the river Amstel.
Enter Amsterdam following the Amstel River. The extensive network of bicycle paths ensures a relatively easy way back into the city, showing you some remarkable sites in the center. Then it is time to say goodbye to your bike. Before the farewell dinner you may want to go for a walk in town. At night there you may want to take a canal trip or go on a city walk through the centre of the city.
Day 8: Departure from Amsterdam End of the trip after breakfast.
Day 1: Arrival in Amsterdam Day 2: Amsterdam – Breukelen | Breukelen – Utrecht, 16 or 25 mi. (25 or 40 km) | Afternoon: Utrecht – Rotterdam Day 3: Rotterdam – Schiedam – Delft – Rotterdam, 17 or 31 mi. (28 or 50 km) Day 4: Rotterdam – Alblasserdam with the "waterbus" | Kinderdijk – (Gouda) – Schoonhoven, 19 or 36 mi. (30 or 58 km) Day 5: Schoonhoven - Oudewater - Utrecht, 28 mi. (45 km)| Afternoon: Utrecht - Haarlem Day 6: Haarlem– North Sea coast – Haarlem, 25 or 31 mi. (40 or 50 km) | Evening: Haarlem– Zaandam Day 7: Zaandam - Amsterdam, 19 or 28 mi. (30 or 45 km) Day 8: Departure
On days that two distances are provided, you can choose between the longer and shorter route.
Day 1: Arrival in Amsterdam Embarkation and check-in begin at 2 PM and completed by 5 PM. It is possible for you to bring your luggage on board at 9:30 however, cabins will not be ready for check-in at this time. While you are in Amsterdam make sure you take the opportunity to do some shopping, visit a museum, or enjoy a canal tour (reduced price tickets available on board, until 10 PM). A canal tour is a unique way to see the capital of Holland from a different perspective. Your first night on board will be spent in Amsterdam, so you will have plenty of time to explore the city.
Day 2: During breakfast: Amsterdam - Breukelen | Breukelen - Utrecht, 17 or 31 mi. (25 or 40 km) | Afternoon: Utrecht - Rotterdam During breakfast, the boatwill cruise to Breukelen. Following the distribution of bicycles, your first day of cycling is along the beautiful and winding river Vecht with its enchanting background of imposing castles, country houses, and quaint tearooms. There is simply no better way to start a bike tour. You will follow the Vecht into the center of Utrecht where you will have the opportunity to explore the Dom Cathedral tower and the beautiful center of the old village. In the afternoon you will continue by ship from Utrecht to Rotterdam, your destination for the day. In the evening enjoy a short city walking tour.
Day 3: Rotterdam – Schiedam – Delft – Rotterdam, 17 or 31 mi. (28 or 50 km) You will cycle today via the "jenever" city of Schiedam (jenever is a traditional Dutch gin) and through the Delfland area to Delft which is famous, of course, for its blue earthenware. Visit the beautiful city center with its small canals, picturesque streets, bridges, and alleys. For many guests, a visit to the Delftware factories of “Royal Delft” is one of the highlights of the tour. Afterward, you will cycle back to Rotterdam. In the evening, enjoy a short walk around the city of Rotterdam.
Day 4: Rotterdam – Alblasserdam with the "waterbus" | Kinderdijk – (Gouda) – Schoonhoven, 19 or 36 mi. (30 or 58 km) Today you can cycle the first part or the “waterbus” will take you and your bicycle to Alblasserdam. After just a few minutes of cycling, you will reach Kinderdijk (UNESCO cultural heritage, with its impressive row of 19 large windmills). You then have the choice between a longer bike tour with a visit to the beautiful cheese city of Gouda and a short bike tour through the Alblasserwaard. Both tours end in the “silver city” of Schoonhoven, where you can visit a silversmith.
Day 5: Schoonhoven - Oudewater - Utrecht, 28 mi. (45 km)| Afternoon: Utrecht - Haarlem Today you will cycle from Schoonhoven through the beautiful “Green Heart” of Holland via Oudewater (visit the Witches Weigh House) to Utrecht. Near Oudewater you can visit a traditional cheese farm where you can also buy delicious farm-made Gouda cheese. In the late afternoon, the barge will cruise from Utrecht to Haarlem, your destination for the night.
Day 6: Haarlem– North Sea coast – Haarlem, 25 or 31 mi. (40 or 50 km) | Evening: Haarlem– Zaandam Today you can choose from 2 bike tours. Both tours take you through the beautiful Kennemer dunes, a national park where you can spot several bird species, Scottish Highland cows and Shetland ponies. After a visit to the seaside resorts Bloemendaal and Zandvoort, you cycle through the forests and the center of Haarlem back to the ship. The longer cycling tour leads to the largest steam engine of the world, the Cruquius pumping station and back to Haarlem. During dinner, your ship will cruise to Zaandam.
*Departure dates between April 6 and May 11: On Thursday you have the opportunity to visit the world famous Tulip exhibition park “Keukenhof” in Lisse (by bicycle or public transport; transfers/tickets/entrance fee not included).
Day 7: Zaandam - Amsterdam, 19 or 28 mi. (30 or 45 km) From Zaandam, your final day of cycling will take you to the open-air museum ‘Zaanse Schans’ with its beautiful windmills, traditional wooden houses, an old Dutch village, a cheese farm, and a traditional wooden clog maker. After exploring the museum continue to cycle through the recreational area of Twiske to Amsterdam. The afternoon and evening are yours to enjoy everything Amsterdam has to offer. If you didn’t go for a canal tour on the first day, you will have the opportunity to do so today.
Day 8: Disembarkation in Amsterdam Disembarkation after breakfast: End of your trip.
Parts in italics above will be covered by the ship.
Day 1: Amsterdam to Haarlem Day 2: Haarlem - North Sea Coast - Haarlem, 25 or 31 mi. (40 or 50 km) | Haarlem - Zaandam Day 3: Zaandam - Amsterdam, 19 or 28 mi. (30 or 45 km) Day 4: Amsterdam - Breukelen | Breukelen - Utrecht | Utrecht - Rotterdam, 16 or 25 mi. (25 or 40 km) Day 5: Rotterdam - Schiedam - Delft - Rotterdam 17 or 31 mi. (28 or 50 km) Day 6: Rotterdam - Alblasserdam with the 'waterbus' | Kinderdijk (Gouda) - Schoonhoven, 19 or 36 mi. (30 or 58 km) Day 7: Schoonhoven - Oudewater - Utrecht | Utrecht - Amsterdam, 28 mi. (45 km) Day 8: Amsterdam
On days that two distances are provided, you can choose between the longer and shorter route.
Day 1: Amsterdam to Haarlem Embarkation and check-in from 2 p.m and must be completed by 5 pm in Amsterdam. In late afternoon the ship will sail to Haarlem. You will be invited for a welcome drink and first briefing on board.
Day 2: Haarlem - North Sea Coast - Haarlem, 25 or 31 mi. (40 or 50 km) | Haarlem - Zaandam Today you can choose from 2 cycling tours. Both tours take you through the beautiful Kennemer dunes, a national park where you can spot several bird species, Scottish Highland cows and Shetland ponies. After a visit to the seaside resorts Bloemendaal and Zandvoort, you cycle through the forests and the center of Haarlem back to the ship. The longer cycling tour leads to the largest steam engine of the world, the Cruquius pumping station and back to Haarlem. During dinner, your ship will cruise to Zaandam.
Day 3: Zaandam - Amsterdam, 19 or 28 mi. (30 or 45 km) From Zaandam, your day of cycling will take you to the open air museum the Zaanse Schans (free entry), with its beautiful windmills, an Old Dutch village with traditional wooden houses, a cheese farm, and a traditional wooden clog maker. After exploring the museum you cycle through the recreational area “Twiske” back to Amsterdam. The afternoon and evening are yours to enjoy everything Amsterdam has to offer. Take the opportunity to go shopping, to explore downtown Amsterdam, to make a canal cruise or to visit a museum.
Day 4: Amsterdam - Breukelen | Breukelen - Utrecht | Utrecht - Rotterdam, 16 or 25 mi. (25 or 40 km) Your cycling tour starts in Breukelen. Pedal along the beautiful and winding river Vecht with its enchanting background of imposing castles, country houses, and quaint tearooms. The route follows the Vecht into the center of Utrecht where you will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful historical city center: the Dom Cathedral with its tower, the canals, special shops, and nice cafes. In the afternoon you will continue by ship from Utrecht to Rotterdam.
Day 5: Rotterdam - Schiedam - Delft - Rotterdam 17 or 31 mi. (28 or 50 km) Today you will cycle via the “jenever city” of Schiedam and through the Delfland area to Delft, famous, of course, for its blue pottery. Visit the beautiful city center with its small canals, picturesque streets, bridges, and alleys. For many of our guests, a visit to the Delftware factory is one of the highlights of their tour. Afterward, you will cycle back to Rotterdam, where you can enjoy a short city walk in the evening.
Day 6: Rotterdam - Alblasserdam with the 'waterbus' | Kinderdijk (Gouda) - Schoonhoven, 19 or 36 mi. (30 or 58 km) Today you can cycle the first part or take the “waterbus” will take you and your bicycle to Alblasserdam. After just a few minutes of cycling, you will reach Kinderdijk (UNESCO cultural heritage, with its impressive row of 19 large windmills). You then have the choice between a longer cycling tour with a visit to the beautiful cheese city of Gouda and a short cycling tour through the Alblasserwaard. Both tours end in the “silver city” of Schoonhoven, where you can visit a silversmith.
Day 7: Schoonhoven - Oudewater - Utrecht | Utrecht - Amsterdam, 28 mi. (45 km) Today you will cycle from Schoonhoven through the beautiful “Green Heart” of Holland along small villages and quiet roads to Utrecht. On your way, you can visit a traditional cheese farm and in Oudewater you can visit the Witches Weighhouse. In the late afternoon, the ship will sail from Utrecht to Amsterdam.
Day 8: Amsterdam Disembarkation after breakfast until 9.30 a.m.
Parts in italics above will be covered by the ship.
De AmsterdamNetherlandsDeluxe Class BoatThe De Amsterdam, the former Lale Andersen, was built in 1991 but recently refurbished in 2017 and boasts both style and comfort. All 56 cabins on board are comfortably furnished and equipped with en-suite shower facilities, satellite TV, a safe, hairdryers, in-house telephone, and individually controlled air conditioning.
De NassauNetherlandsDeluxe Class BoatDeluxe class boats are very nicely furnished 5-star ships featuring large cabins with low beds, private bathrooms, a large dining area, separate saloon, and more.
Liza MarleenComfort Class BoatThe Liza Marleen is a luxury motor passenger barge that was completely refurbished in 1998. This robust barge is ideally suited for trips on the wider waterways. It has a beautiful salon area and spacious deck.
WendingNetherlandsStandard Class BoatThe Wending is a former freight barge that was converted into a luxury passenger motor barge in the early nineties and completely redecorated in 2002. The barge has a spacious salon equipped with a television and music installation. It is a great place to relax after a strenuous day of cycling.
ZwaanBelgium, NetherlandsComfort Class BoatOnce a cargo boat, the Zwaan (Swan) was completely renovated and converted into a comfortable passenger barge. On board you will find seven comfortable cabins allowing a total capacity of 16 passengers.
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