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Amsterdã a Bruges

Holanda, Bélgica Passeio de Bicicleta e Barco

Pedale Bruges e Amsterdã nessa aventura histórica.

  • Este é um dos nossos mais procurados passeios de bike e barco. Da capital intrigante da Holanda à joia da Bélgica – Bruges – este passeio por trilhas e rotas de bicicleta e ciclovias contorna rios e canais sinuosos pela famosa planície da Holanda e pela paisagem infinitamente bela Flandres. São ilimitados os tesouros de Amsterdã e , e você deleitará os seus olhos em muitos deles. À medida que crescia a riqueza de Amsterdã durante a próspera Idade do Ouro (século 17), crescia também o tamanho da cidade. Canais foram escavados um após o outro, ao longo dos quais, os comerciantes construíram casas elaboradas. Hoje em dia, mais de 100 canais cruzam a cidade e mais de 6800 edifícios históricos, com uma vasta gama de fachadas e cumeeiras únicas, ainda fazem parte da cidade, incluindo o Palácio Real (Royal Palace) na Praça Dam (Dam Square). A obra-prima de Rembrandt Nightwatch, por si só, já faz da visita ao museu Rijksmuseum uma parada obrigatória. De Amsterdã, você irá pedalar por maravilhosos solares com belos jardins meticulosamente podados ao longo dos Rios Amstel e Vecht até Dordrecht, um dos primeiros assentamentos na Holanda. A torre no Grote Kerk é datada de 1339! Por diques, passeios de balsa e várias oportunidades para visitar a praia, você entrará em Ghent na Bélgica, um porto de destaque com cafés convidativos em suas margens.

    Muito antes de pedalar para o centro colorido da cidade, você verá, no alto, a Belfort (torre do campanário) de Bruges, que lhe guiará. Reserve alguns minutos para subir os 366 degraus e ter uma vista recompensadora da cidade, e também, para descobrir a Sala do Tesouro localizada dentro da torre. Como, no passado, um próspero centro comercial ao longo mar, Bruges ainda abriga muitas memórias de sua glória passada. Arquitetonicamente, a cidade continua sendo um dos exemplos mais bem conservados do estilo renascentista do norte. E como o berço da arte flamenga (século 14-15), Bruges é o lar de muitas pinturas magníficas feitas por Jan van Eyck e David Gerard. O Museu Groeninge é um lugar excelente para ver uma vasta e fascinante coleção de seis séculos de pintura flamenga, holandesa e belga, incluindo mestres renascentistas e barrocos. A escultura de Michelangelo da Madonna com Criança também está em exposição na Igreja de Notre Dame juntamente com várias outras joias artísticas: pinturas, estátuas entalhadas em madeira, sepulcros pintados do século 13 entre outros.

    Não deixe de ver nossos outros passeios de bicicleta na Holanda

  • PREÇOS 2017:

    Magnifique 
    Cabine Dupla $ 1,329 $ 1,640 1089 NOK 11072 £ 1054 kr 10220
    Dupla Premium $ 1,573 $ 1,941 1289 NOK 13105 £ 1248 kr 12097
    Individual $ 1,756 $ 2,167 1439 NOK 14630 £ 1393 kr 13504
    Cabine Tripla $ 1,268 $ 1,565 1039 NOK 10563 £ 1006 kr 9751
    Tripla Premium $ 1,451 $ 1,791 1189 NOK 12088 £ 1151 kr 11158
    Magnifique II 
    Suíte Deck Superior $ 1,817 $ 2,243 1489 NOK 15138 £ 1442 kr 13974
    Dupla Deck Inferior $ 1,329 $ 1,640 1089 NOK 11072 £ 1054 kr 10220
    Dupla Premium  $ 1,573 $ 1,941 1289 NOK 13105 £ 1248 kr 12097
    Individual (1 apenas) $ 1,756 $ 2,167 1439 NOK 14630 £ 1393 kr 13504
    Tripa Deck Inferior $ 1,268 $ 1,565 1039 NOK 10563 £ 1006 kr 9751
    Suíte Tripla Deck Superior $ 1,695 $ 2,092 1389 NOK 14122 £ 1345 kr 13035
    Gandalf 
    Dupla Deck Inferior $ 1,182 $ 1,459 969 NOK 9852 £ 938 kr 9094
    Individual Deck InferiorContact us
    Tripla Deck InferiorContact us
    Fluvius23 SET – 21OUT 22 ABR & 9 SET 30 ABR - 3 SET
    Dupla Deck Inferior $ 963 $ 1,188 789 NOK 8022 £ 764 kr 7404 $ 1,121 $ 1,384 919 NOK 9343 £ 890 kr 8624 $ 1,182 $ 1,459 969 NOK 9852 £ 938 kr 9094
    Dupla Deck Superior $ 1,146 $ 1,414 939 NOK 9547 £ 909 kr 8812 $ 1,304 $ 1,610 1069 NOK 10868 £ 1035 kr 10032 $ 1,365 $ 1,685 1119 NOK 11377 £ 1083 kr 10501
    Individual Deck Inferior $ 1,146 $ 1,414 939 NOK 9547 £ 909 kr 8812 $ 1,304 $ 1,610 1069 NOK 10868 £ 1035 kr 10032 $ 1,365 $ 1,685 1119 NOK 11377 £ 1083 kr 10501
    Individual Deck Superior

    on request

    Fiep  
    Preço Normal $ 1,366 $ 1,687 1120 NOK 11387 £ 1084 kr 10511
    Cabine com Split bed(Fiep) $ 1,116 $ 1,378 915 NOK 9303 £ 886 kr 8587
      
    Sailing Home 
    Cabine dupla $ 1,397 $ 1,725 1145 NOK 11641 £ 1109 kr 10745
    Cabine dupla (uso individual) $ 1,970 $ 2,432 1615 NOK 16419 £ 1564 kr 15156
    Desconto para crianças 
    Zwaantje 
    Cabine dupla $ 1,292 $ 1,595 1059 NOK 10767 £ 1025 kr 9938
    Cabine dupla (uso individual) $ 1,670 $ 2,062 1369 NOK 13918 £ 1326 kr 12848

    *Há apena uma cabine individual por data

    Gandalf 
    Cabine dupla abaixo do deck $ 1,182 $ 1,459 969 NOK 9852 £ 938 kr 9094
    Cabine individual abaixo do deck $ 1,426 $ 1,761 1169 NOK 11885 £ 1132 kr 10971
    Cabine tripla abaixo do deck $ 1,121 $ 1,384 919 NOK 9343 £ 890 kr 8624
    Liza Marleen 
    Cabine dupla extra-grande $ 1,415 $ 1,747 1160 NOK 11793 £ 1123 kr 10886
    Cabine dupla padrão $ 1,342 $ 1,657 1100 NOK 11183 £ 1065 kr 10323
    *Suplemento cabine individual $ 1,519 $ 1,875 1245 NOK 12658 £ 1205 kr 11684
    Desconto para crianças 
    Sarah 
    Cabine dupla $ 1,177 $ 1,453 965 NOK 9811 £ 934 kr 9056
    Suplemento cabine individual $ 268 $ 331 220 NOK 2237 £ 213 kr 2065
    Wending 
    Cabine dupla $ 1,275 $ 1,574 1045 NOK 10624 £ 1012 kr 9807
    Cabine tripla $ 1,208 $ 1,491 990 NOK 10065 £ 959 kr 9291
    Suplemento cabine individual $ 1,519 $ 1,875 1245 NOK 12658 £ 1205 kr 11684
    Desconto para crianças 
    Zwaan 
    Cabine dupla $ 1,397 $ 1,725 1145 NOK 11641 £ 1109 kr 10745
    Cabine triple $ 1,365 $ 1,685 1119 NOK 11377 £ 1083 kr 10501

    Suplemento individual

    $ 573 $ 708 470 NOK 4778 £ 455 kr 4411
    Desconto para crianças 

    Anna Antal

     
    Cabine Comfort $ 1,275 $ 1,574 1045 NOK 10624 £ 1012 kr 9807
    Cabine Standar Plus (cama beliche)  $ 1,092 $ 1,348 895 NOK 9099 £ 867 kr 8399
    Suplemento cabine indivudal  (standard plus) $ 1,519 $ 1,875 1245 NOK 12658 £ 1205 kr 11684
    Desconto para crianças 
    Clair de Lune 
    Cabine dupla $ 1,055 $ 1,303 865 NOK 8794 £ 838 kr 8118
    Suplemento cabine individual $ 207 $ 256 170 NOK 1728 £ 165 kr 1595
    Tijdgeest 
    Cabine cama baixa $ 1,177 $ 1,453 965 NOK 9811 £ 934 kr 9056
    Cabine cama beliche $ 1,055 $ 1,303 865 NOK 8794 £ 838 kr 8118
    Suplemento cabine individual (cama baixa) $ 268 $ 331 220 NOK 2237 £ 213 kr 2065

    *O suplemento para ocupação individual da cabine pode ser evitado se você aceitar dividi-la!

    opções extras

    Fluvius, Magnifique, Magnifique II e Gandalf

    Aluguel de bicicleta elétrica: $ 116 $ 143 95 NOK 966 £ 92 kr 892

    Refeições especiais (gluten-free e lactose-free), pago a bordo: $ 61 $ 75 50 NOK 508 £ 48 kr 469

    Sailing Home, Zwaan, Wending, Liza Marleen, Anna Antal:
    Bicicleta elétrica (eBike): $ 79 $ 98 65 NOK 661 £ 63 kr 610 Aluguel de capacete: $ 12 $ 15 10 NOK 102 £ 10 kr 94 Bicicleta para crianças (21 marchas) com capacete: $ 61 $ 75 50 NOK 508 £ 48 kr 469 Bicicleta com Trailer (3 marchas) com capacete: $ 18 $ 23 15 NOK 153 £ 15 kr 141 Mapas para passeios auto-guiados: por favor solicitar
    Elodie: 
    Seguro de bicicleta obrigatório: $ 18 $ 23 15 NOK 153 £ 15 kr 141

    por favor note bem

    Se vcê estiver viajando sozinho, nós podemos tentar encontrar uma pessoa, do mesmo sexo, para dividir o quarto com você  em alguns barcos para evitar que seja cobrado o suplemento para reservas individuais.

    Note que os preços para os barcos Wending, Zwaan, Sailing Home, e Anna Antal são baseados nos preços de combustíveis atuais. Se o preço do combustível aumentar mais do que 5%, nos operador local nos informou que será forçado a cobra um suplemento, mesmo para aqueles que já fizeram suas reservas.

    Cabines individuais estão disponíveis apenas mediante solicitação e está sujeita a taxa suplementar.

    Há a possibilidade de descontos para cabines triplas e quádruplas

    As tarifas são baseadas em ocupação dupla.

    Leia antes de você reservar sua viagem.

    Recomendamos adquirir um seguro de viagem de bicicleta.

    Por favor consultar "Perguntas mais Frequentes"

  • Viagem

    Pegue um voo para Amsterdã.

    Viagem Local

    Pequeno trajeto de trem do aeroporto de Amsterdã até a estação central de Amsterdã, onde você embarcará usualmente entre 12:00 e 16:00 hs, dependendo do barco. De Bruges, o trajeto de trem até o aeroporto de Amsterdã leva aproximadamente 3 ½ hs.

    Clima

    Verifique a previsão de tempo do local antes de partir.Temp. Média Máx em graus Célsius: 19 em junho, 20,50 em julho, 210 em agosto, 180 em setembro

    Observações

    Capacetes de bicicleta estão disponíveis para o aluguel, a bordo do Elodie, por €10,00 cada. Uma bicicleta tandem pode estar disponível para o aluguel a bordo do barco Elodie. Por favor notar que você fará parte de um grupo internacional de pessoas, porém, o seu guia e a tripulação dos barcos sempre falarão em inglês. Operadores: Jossie Verkerk, HAT passeios, Clycletours & Meeuwessen Family


Datas do passeio

DATAS 2017 Dates
Barcos Comfort Plus:
Elodie: 30-jul 
Fiep: 22-jul 
Fluvius: 22-abr, 6-mai, 20-mai, 17-jun, 1-jul, 15-jul, 29-jul, 12-ago, 26-ago, 9-set, 23-set, 7-out, 21-out 
Magnifique: 6-mai, 3-jun, 17-jun, 1-jul, 15-jul, 29-jul, 26-ago, 9-set, 23-set, 7-out. 
Magnifique II: 27-mai, 24-jun, 8-jul, 22-jul, 5-ago, 19-ago, 30-set, 14-out 
Sailing Home: 13-mai, 10-jun, 22-jul, 19-ago
Zwaantje: 29-abr, 5-ago 

Barcos Comfort :
Gandalf: 15-jul, 26-ago, 9-set 
Liza Marleen: 6-mai, 20-mai, 5-ago, 26-ago, 9-sete 
Sarah: 24-jun 
Wending: 24-jun, 8-jul 
Zwaan: 13-mai, 27-mai, 10-jun 

Barco Standard Plus:
Anna Antal: 3-jun, 1-jul, 29-jul, 2-sete, 16-set, 30-set 
Clare de Lune: 29-jul 
Tijdgeest: 15-jul, 5-ago, 26-ago, 9-set, 23-set 

*Veja datas para o roteiro Bruges a Amsterdã

Veja aqui mais passeios de bicicleta e barco de Bruges a Amsterdã.

 

Onde você ficará

Diferentes categorias de barcos estão disponíveis para esse passeio. Veja abaixo datas e preços. Click aqui para informações detalhadas sobre os barcos.

O que está incluído

  • • 7 noites a bordo
  • • Cafés da manhã em estilo buffet, almoços empacotados, jantares de 3 cursos
  • • Café e chá a bordo
  • • Guia do passeio
  • • Bicicleta híbrida de 7 marchas
  • • Bicicleta híbrida de 21 marchas (Merlijn) - alforje, capacete e garrafa d´água.
  • • Bicicleta híbrida de 24 marchas (Sailing Home, Wending, Zwaan)
  • • Informações da rota
  • • Tíquetes de balsas no caminho
  • • Cabines com ar-condicionado (Comfort Plus, e alguns barcos da categoria Comfort)
  • • Limpeza diária das cabines (Comfort Plus)
  • • Acesso WiFi limitado, a depender do barco e da localidade.

O que não está incluído

  • • Bebidas a bordo que não sejam água, café ou chá.
  • • Viagem de trem de volta de Bruges a Amsterdã, ±€48
  • • Tíquete de entrada em museus
  • • Jantar no último dia do passeio no Elodie
passeioBicicleta e Barco
tipoAmbos
NívelFácil
duração8 dias
De789 Preços
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As áreas percorridas são predominantemente planas com algumas colinas possivelmente mais ao sul. Distâncias médias percorridas diariamente ficam em torno de 34 mi (55 km) sobre ciclovias de asfalto em bom estado e com pouco tráfego.

Barcos dos Passeios

Itinerário dia a dia

Amsterdã a Bruges Map

Note: Cada barco tem um roterio um pouco diferenciado. Você verá os diferentes itinerários para cada barco depois da descrição dia-a-dia. Se você não vir o seu barco listado abaixo, nós prontamente podemos lhe enviar o itinerário específico do seu barco.

Todas as distâncias são aproximadas. O itinerário acima está sujeito a alterações devido a mudanças nas condições de clima  e outras circunstâncias que possam interferir nos requerimentos de atracagem, etc. Você notará que em alguns dias uma rota mais curta estará disponível, essas rotas eliminariam alguns dos pontos de interesse do passeio ciclístico.

GANDALF, FLUVIUS, MAGNIFIQUE I e MAGNIFIQUE II:

  1. Amsterdã - Nigtevecht/Nigtevecht - Breukelen, 9 mi. (15 km) Breukelen - Vianen. Embarkation  and check in at 1 pm. Boat sets off at approximately 2 pm for Nigtevecht.
  2. Vianen - Schoonhoven - Kinderdijk | Kinderdijk - Dordrecht, 30 mi. (50 km)
  3. Dordrecht - Tholen (de barco), Tholen - Kreekrak lock (pedal),  21 mi. (35 km); Kreekrak - Antuérpia (de barco). (35 or 50 km)
  4. Antuérpia - Temse Dendermonde/St. Amands,  (42 or 56  km)
  5. Dendermonde/ St Amands - Ghent (30 or 55 km)
  6. Ghent - Bruges (35 km)
  7. Tour ao redor de Bruges e ao Mar do Norte (45 km)
  8. Partida de  Bruges

 

Dia 1: Amsterdã - Nigtevecht | Nigtevecht - Breukelen Vianen,(15 km) | Breukelen - Vianen

Embarque e check-in às 13h00. O barco parte de Amsterdã em direção a Nigtevecht às 14h00. Curto passeio de bicicleta até Breukelen ao longo do pitoresco cenário do pequeno rio Vecht. Ao final da tarde, o barco lhe leva a Vianen, uma pequena cidade murada às margens do rio Lek.

Dia 2: Vianen - Schoonhoven - Kinderdijk | Kinderdijk - Dordrecht,  (50 km)

Após o café da manhã, você pedalará por um belo cenário até a cidade da prata de Schoonhoven. Em seguida pedala pelo Alblasserwaard até Kinderdijk. Há uma impressionante fileira de moínhos de vento protegida pela UNESCO como patrimônio cultural da humanidade. Você terá a oportunidade de visitar os moínhos. O barco então navega até Dordrecht, uma das mais antigas cidades da Holanda.

Dia 3:  Dordrecht - Tholen (de barco)| Tholen - Kreekrak lock,  (de bicicleta) (35 km) | Kreekrak - Antwerp (de barco)

Durante o café da manhã, o barco navega para Tholen. Você pedalará por uma região de floresta, "Wouwse Plantage", via Bergen op Zoom, até a impressionante enclusa Kreekraksluis. O barco estará ancorado ao final da represa e de lá navegará em direção ao porto de Antuérpia até a cidade. Antuérpia não é apenas conhecida como a cidade dos diamantes, mas também, a cidade do pintor Rubens. Você encontrará algumas de suas pinturas na catedral "Onze Lieve Vrouwe (nossa senhora)". Após o jantar, desfrunte de um passeio pelo belo centro antigo da cidade. 

Dia 4: Antuérpia - Temse Dendermonde/St. Amands, (42 or 56 km)

Após o café da manhã, pedale até o porto de Zeeschelde. Você seguirá esse belo rio até Dendermonde. Há uma linda ciclovia ao longo do rio e o cenário nos arredores de Schelde é magnificente. Você poderá pedalar até St-Amands ou Dendermond, um amigável cidade ao longo do rio. 

Dia 5: St. Amands/Dendermonde - Ghent, (53 or 40 km)

Pedale ou navege de St-Amands até Dendermonde. De Dendermond o ciclismo novamente acompanha o rio Schelde até Ghent. Ghent é uma cidade universitária vibrante com um rico passado. À tarde, terá a oportunidade de conhecer mais dessa cidade visitando o seu centro. A cidade foi fundada pelos romanos onde os rios Leie e Schelde se encontram. A conveniente localização da cidade trouxe bastante prosperidade, culminando nos séculos XIII e XIV. A catedral de São Bavo foi contruída de forma contínua através dos anos e reflete diferentes estilos. Dentro da catedral você poderá admirar obras-primas como a "Adoração da Mística Ovelha" por Jan van Eyck. O barco estará a sua espera em Merelbeke, um subúrbio de Gehnt.

Dia 6: Ghent - Bruges, (45 km)

O passeio de bicicleta começa um pouco fora da cidade e passa por agradáveis cenários rurais de Flandres Ocidental até Bruges. Bruges é também conhecida como a Veneza do Norte. Ela é a mais bela de todas as cidades Belgas, flamengas. Antes de entrar no centro da cidade, você verá o Belfort (torre do sino) que o guiará. Arquiteturalmente, Bruges é mais bem preservada cidade com o estilo renascentisda do norte e um dia já foi uma metrópole e centro de comécio e arte.

Dia 7: Tour ao redor de Bruges seguindo até o Mar do Norte  (50 km)

O último passeio de bicicleta leva você por um calmo canal através de um agradável cenário de polders com pitorescas propriedades rurais ao longo do Mar do Norte. 12 km de praias, numerosos cafés e uma bela paisagem de dunas em "Het Zwin" (reserva natural) oferece bastante variedade de cenários para apreciar. O dia termina de volta em Bruges. Não deixe de reservar tempo para visitar o Museu Groeninge que exibe uma fascinante coleção de 6 séculos de arte flamenga, holandesa e belga em pinturas de mestres renascentistas e barrocos. A escultura de Michelangelo Madonna e Criança pode ser apreciada na Igraja de Notre Dame além de muitas outras preciosidades artísticas.

Dia 8: Partida de Bruges

 

SALING HOME, ANNA ANTAL, WENDING E ZWAAN 

  1. Amsterdã - Oudewatering - Alphen aan de Rijn
  2. Alphen aan de Rijn - Gouda,  (45 km)
  3. Gouda - Dordrecht,. (50 km)
  4. Dordrecht - Zierikzee, . (54 ou 24 km)
  5. Zierikzee - Middelburg - Vlissingen , (51 ou 32 km)
  6. Vlissingen - Ghent (Bélgica), (45 ou 25 km)
  7. Ghent - Bruges, (45 ou 25 km) 
  8. Bruges, desembarque às 10h00

 

DIA 1: Amsterdã –  cruzeiro para Oudewatering – ciclismo para Uithoom, 12 mi (20 km)

Depois de chegar a bordo, sua bagagem será levada a sua cabine enquanto você desfruta o chá ou café. Durante o café, você terá oportunidade de conhecer a tripulação, os guias e os outros colegas de passeio. No começo da tarde, o barco navegará para a viala de  Oudewatering, onde o seu primeiro dia de ciclismo começa, pedalando até Uithoom. Durante o jantar a bordo do barco, será apresentado o programa da semana.

DAY 2: Uithoom – Gouda, 27 mi (45km)

De Uithoom, você pedalará por estradas rurais, bancos e canais através dos do “Coração Verde” e polders até Gouda, cidade conhecida por seu queijo e waifers (‘stroopwafels’), cerâmica, e vitrais. Gouda é bela, uma cidade holandesa com muito a explorar. Como na maioria dos dias, depois do jantar, haverá oportunidade para uma caminhada pela cidade.

DIA 3: Gouda – Dordrecht, 30 mi (50 km)

A rota de hoje levará você ao longo do Ijssel Holandês, através do mais baixo polder da Holanda, Krimpernerwaard, e sobre estreitas ciclovias até o rio “Lek”. Aqui, você cruzará o rio de balsa para Kinderdijk, um único e renomado monumento onde se encontra o maior número de históricos moínhos de vento. Estes 19 moínhos são agora Patrimônio Histórico da Humanidade da UNESCO. Hoje o destino é Dordrecht, uma das cidades mais antigas da Holanda, situada um cruzamento movimentado.

DIA 4: Dordrecht – Zeirikzee, 32 ou 14 mi (54 ou 24 km)

Durante o café da manhã, o barco navegará para a antiga e fortificada cidade de Willemstad, onde você começará o seu passeio ciclístico. Você pedalará sobre a Volkerakbrug (abaixo fica o uma das mais movimentadas eclusas do mundo) até antiga ilha de Goeree- Overvlakkee. Hoje, é fácil de se chegar a essa terra por aterros e pontes, tudo parte do plano Deltaplan de 1953 que hoje proteje o sudoeste da Holanda contra condições adversas. Antes de chegar a Zierikee, o destino de hoje, haverá a oportunidade de visitar o “Watersnoodmuseum” . Este museu conta os trágicos eventos de 1953 e foi construído com caixões renovados que tinham sido utilizados para o fechamento da última brecha. Isto foi feito em novembro de 1953, 10 meses depois da tempestade que destruiu mais de 300 embarcações. Um versão mais curta da rota é oferecida navegando para Bruinisse, de onde o grupo pode se encontrar com os ciclistas restantes para seguir para o Zierikzee.  A cidade de Zierikzee é o centro da “cultura do mexilhões” onde os ‘Zeeuwse mosselen’ (mexilhões azuis) são uma especialidade famosa.

DIA 5: Zierikzee – Middleburg – Vlissingen, 31 ou 19 mi (51 ou 32 km)

De Zierikzee, você pedalará até o Mar do Norte, ao longo do Oosterschelde para o Oosterscheldedam. Eclusas enormes foram cosntruídas nesse aterro, que podem ser fechadas durante tempestades e marés altas protejendo o sudoeste da Holanda contra o avanço do mar. Este aterro foi um dos últimos de uma séria de barreiras contra o mar. O impressionante Deltaworks são referidos com um das 7 Maravilhas do Mundo Moderno pela Sociedade Americana de Engenheiros Civis. Depois de uma parada em Middleburg, uma cidade animada com muitas casas antigas, igrejas e centro comerciais agradáveis para compras. Se possível, durante o jantar, o barco navegará para Vlissingen. Esta amável cidade portuária está situada em Westerschelde. Uma caminhada através da cidade e sobre suas avenidas, com certeza vale à pena!

DIA 6: Vlissingen – Ghent, 27 ou mi (45 ou 25 km)

Com o único ferry ciclístico para Breskens em Zeeuws – Vlaanderen (Dutch – Flanders), você chegará na fronteira entre a Holanda e a Bélgica em San van Gent, um antigo acesso para o porto de Ghent, através de uma area com pequenas vilas, ao longo de riachos, aterros e uma bela paisagem. Se você escolher a opção mais curta, você permanecerá a bordo e enquanto o barco navega, você poderá apreciar  o animado tráfego maritime do canal de Ghent para Terneuzen, com um impressionantes prédios industriais ao longo das margens. Depois de uma curta jornada de 1,5 horas, o barco chegará em Ghent, uma animada cidade com uma mistura deslumbrante de construções medievais, belas mansões antigas e áreas de compras da moda atual.

DIA 7: Ghent – Bruges, 27 ou 15 mi (45 ou 25 km)

Esta manhã você terá a oportunidade de explorara ainda mais Ghent enquanto você pedala através da cidade em direção ao pitoresco interior de Oost- Vlaanderen (Leste de Flandres).  A impressionante cidade de Bruges é o destino final das suas férias pedalando.

DIA 8: Bruges, desembarque às 10 horas da manhã.

O passeio termina depois do café da manhã

A BORDO DO FIEP:

  1. Amsterdã - Vianen
  2. Vianen - Dordrecht, 30 mi. (50 km)
  3. Dordrecht - Tholen, 21 or 30 mi. (35 or 50 km)
  4. Tholen - Antwerp, 21 mi. (35 km)
  5. Antwerp - Dendermonde, 18 or 33 mi. (30 or 55 km)
  6. Dendermonde - Ghent, 21 mi. (35 km)
  7. Ghent - Bruges 27 mi. (45 km)
  8. Partida de Bruges

A BORDO DO MERLIJN

  1. Amsterdã - Weesp
  2. Weesp - Vreeswijk, 16 mi (25 km)
  3. Vreeswijk - Dordrecht, 22 or 34 mi (35 or 55 km)
  4. Dordrecht - Willemstad - Tholen - Antwerp, 22 mi (35 km)
  5. Antwerp - Baasrode, 22 mi (35 km)
  6. Baasrode - Merelbeke - Ghent, 29 mi (46 km)
  7. Ghent - Bruges, 25 mi (40 km)
  8. Bruges

A BORDO DO  MS FLUVIUS

  1. Amsterdã - Nigtevecht/Nigtevecht - Breukelen, 9 mi. (15 km) Breukelen - Vianen. Embarkation  and check in at 1 pm. Boat sets off at approximately 2 pm for Nigtevecht.
  2. Vianen - Dordrecht, 30 mi. (50 km)
  3. Dordrecht - Tholen, 21 or 30 mi. (35 or 50 km)
  4. Tholen - Antwerp, 21 mi. (35 km)
  5. Antwerp - Dendermonde/ St Amands, 18 or 33 mi. (30 or 55 km)
  6. St Amands/Dendermonde - Ghent, 22 mi. (35 km)
  7. Ghent - Bruges, 28 mi. (45 km)
  8. Partida de  Bruges

A BORDO DO MS MAGNIFIQUE

  1. Amsterdã - Vianen, 9 mi. (15 km). Embarkation and check in at 1 pm.
  2. Vianen - Dordrecht, 16 or 30 mi. (25 or 50 km)
  3. Cruise Dordrecht - Tholen; Cycle Tholen - Kreekrak lock,  21 mi. (35 km); Cruise Kreekrak - Antwerp
  4. Antwerp - Temse Dendermonde/St. Amands,  25 or 34 mi. (42 or 56  km)
  5. St Amands/Dendermonde - Ghent , 32 or 24 mi. (53 or 40 km)
  6. Ghent - Bruges, 28 mi. (45 km)
  7. Tour around Bruges to the North Sea, 30 mi. (50 km)
  8. Partida de Bruges

A BORDO DO SARAH DO TIJDGEEST: 

  1. Amsterdã. Embarque entre 12:30 & 13:30. Partida para Oude Wetering, pequeno passeio de bicicleta. 7 mi. (10 km)
  2. Oude Wetering - Gouda, 25 mi. (40 km)
  3. Gouda - Willemstad, 25 mi. (40 km)
  4. Willemstad, sail to Antwerp. Free time in Antwerp.
  5. Antwerp - Dendermonde, 32 mi. (50 km)
  6. Dendermonde - Ghent, 21 mi. (35 km)
  7. Ghent, trem para Burges e tempo livre. Retorno de trem de volta para Ghent.
  8. Partida. Translado de ônibus de volta para o Aeroporto de Shiphol (Amsterdã) incluído.

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Comentário do cliente

  • Kathy B. 6 days ago

    I really enjoyed everything about the trip: the scenery, towns and villages, camaraderie, guide, food , music evening. All was wonderful!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Sue N. 6 days ago

    The most memorable part of our trip was people we met, we made some fantastic new friends. The Dutch countryside was especially beautiful, just like out of a fairy tale. Lots of other great countryside and small villages as well, quaint and old European.
    The rooms on the Fluvius were poorly ventilated, and the A/C was extremely noisy. The dining room, lounge, bar and upper deck were great.
    One of our rides included having to take a short ferry ride. We were all asked to pay .70 cents for this. Many of us felt that was being extremely cheap, and should have been included. Really...70 cents!!!!
    For each day of cycling we were only given 1-500ml bottle of water. This is not even close to daily requirements, especially given that on several days we were riding in 30 degrees C. It should have been at least 2L/person/day.
    Our guide lacked enthusiasm. He told us to fill our empty water bottles in the bathrooms, he talked about bathroom breaks in the pre-ride briefing but despite being told (during the ride) that we'd need a break, he just kept going. Rarely did he stop for photos; there was some beautiful countryside that many of us would liked to have captured. For the most part, the only time he stopped was for coffee and lunch. He did not seem overly concerned about safety; when there was a car coming from behind the riders would shout "CAR" and that kept getting shouted up the line. One time I was behind the guide, so we both heard it at the same time...the guide then very flippantly said "Good for the car". Crossing major intersections was dicey; many times he would cross despite the traffic, while the group would then wait on the other side until it was CLEARLY safe to go. This seemed to frustrate him.
    My bike was great, but it would have been nice to have a water bottle holder mounted on the frame, and include a cycling water bottle for it, which people could then take home. Not all bikes were the same; some had 2 hand brakes, while others had a hand brake and a foot brake, which took some getting used to for those that were assigned that type of bike. There was no option to swap.
    The Fluvius crew were amazing. Very, very hard working, yet personable and great senses of humor! Shout outs to Alex, Nadia, Marianna, David & Captain Arno!!! (PS, we hope everything is okay with Nadia's mom).
    Despite the negatives, we had a great time, met some amazing people, saw stunningly beautiful countryside, had lots of fun & laughter. And, we would go again!!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Lynda R. 6 days ago

    We had a wonderful time. The accommodation was above expectations, very clean and more roomy than expected. The food was excellent, plentiful, diverse and attractively presented. The staff was welcoming, helpful and made the trip extremely enjoyable. There were extras above what we expected...guided trips into the various cities in the evening and even entertainment with Music and dancing. We stayed with the guide every day and appreciated his expertise at choosing routes that were scenic and avoiding as much of the traffic when we did have to go through the cities.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Mik L. 2 weeks ago

    Most Memorable Part: Amsterdam and a week of perfect weather

    Boat: Sailing Home

  • Darryl White 3 weeks ago

    My wife and two other couples did this trip in August 2017. The crew was great the boat is very well appointed, the rooms are small but function well. The evening meals were great, breakfast was limited most days to bread cheese and cereal.
    Now the bad part:
    The crew turns off the air conditioning at 10:30 at night and does not come back on until the morning. So one would wake up in the middle of the night sweating and not be able to go back to sleep, The bedding, our clothes and all other items in the room would get moist and moldy from condensation.
    The Bicycles were not the best, they were quite used and most of the seats were loose and could not be tightened which made for long days of riding...

  • Karen K. 4 weeks ago

    Most memorable Part: The crew on the boat, dinners and the tour on canals throughout the Netherlands and Belgium. The cheese shop was the best and also the small cafe's.

    Boat: Liza Marleen

  • Joan H. 4 weeks ago

    Riding through the Dutch countryside on dedicated bicycle paths was most enjoyable. The system of numbered paths is ingenious! Keeping up with the front of the group was a challenge, not always a welcome one. It's best to be a strong rider even on the "easy" tours.

  • Neal P. 4 weeks ago

    Certainly it was a wonderful trip and I would recommend it to anyone HOWEVER our chef was fired on the 3rd day (the regular chef was on vacation), our stressed out guide was less than patient with passengers and we had 3 kids, 8 years old and younger who were poorly behaved and due to the insensitivity of their parents interfered greatly with the enjoyment of our trip. This created unnecessary tension for the the guide, captain and for the passengers. This family caused great delay in the itinerary starting on the very first day. I think in future children under the age of 16 should be prohibited from these biking trips. These kids, even their parents, were incapable of riding a bike for the distances required in the itinerary. All that aside we would book a bike and barge trip again but would be certain to inquire about age requirements. Thank you.

    Boat: Magnifique

    • Carla 4 weeks ago

      Hi Neal,
      I'm really happy you were still able to enjoy your trip despite some negative circumstances. We're really sorry this family became such a stressful part of the trip. Please do feel free to inquire about age requirements on your next trip.
      Happy Cycling! ~ Carla

  • Patrick S. 1 month ago

    The meals onboard were great! Sander was an expert chef, Eric a well informed and pleasant captain, and Nico was a constant source of entertainment. The general attitude of the he crew was above and beyond.

    Boat: Elodie

  • Colin O. 1 month ago

    Bike / barge trip was great. However, there was a family on board with 3 children under age of 6. This affected our daily bike trips and the atmosphere on the barge. Children under the age of 12 should not be accommodated on these trips- especially when the parents, let alone the children have had little biking experience- especially considering the distances we needed to travel.

    Boat: Magnifique

    • Carla 4 weeks ago

      Hi Colin,
      We're really sorry this family created such a stressful atmosphere on board. I do wish we had a better way to screen one's cycling abilities! Please feel free to inquire about children on your next bike & barge.
      Nonetheless, we're so glad you still enjoyed your holiday! Cheers ~ Carla

  • Carol H. 1 month ago

    Barge: in our premium room neither the bed lights, the TV or the hairdryer worked. The Jacuzzi was cold. Clearly the barge had electrical issues.
    Routes: the trip description said we could follow the routes and bike on our own, stop for photos, etc. This was not possible as the routes changed, the stops were prescriptive by the guide, and were for coffee/beer/bathroom breaks, rather than impromptu photo breaks
    Routes: we would have liked to have spent more time in the Netherlands, less time in Antwerp. The "photo op" on the top of the museum in Antwerp was a waste of time.
    Group dynamics: we lucked out; group dynamics were great!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Donald K. 2 months ago

    The most memorable part: The people who we met and biked with.....a fun, engaging group of folks.

  • Sandy W. 2 months ago

    It was the most amazing trip we have ever done‼️
    Everything was 5 star. The barge, food and crew were awesome.
    There were 14 of us and we all agree it was the best.
    Would recommend this trip.
    Already looking at our next adventure with Tripsite.
    Thank-you for such a memorable trip.
    -Sandy Wallace and friends

  • Rebecca K. 3 months ago

    Having never taken a bike and barge trip I didn't know what to expect. Wow....it exceeded my expectations. Boat was luxurious for a barge, what friendly, hard working staff. Tom our tour leader was terrific. Other than the fact that the single cabins are really small everything else outstanding.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Steven U. 3 months ago

    The most memorable part was riding bikes to quaint small towns and Bruges.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Laura G. 3 months ago

    It was all very memorable. Wish the bikes had a water bottle holder and a map clip or holder on the handle bars. The tour info from Tripsite was not completely accurate as we rode a lot more than we anticipated every day. The barge was 'Magnifique'!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Elizabeth L. 3 months ago

    The staff was outstanding, everything on the barge was spotlessly clean, the food was delicious, the bikes were great! My husband and I had a terrific experience. We loved being able to bike with a guide or by ourselves. The guide was knowledgable and supportive. I would sign up for this bike and barge trip in a heartbeat, but at 72, I might get an electric bike. Wonderful balance of biking along canals in the country and through towns to see the sights. Hooray!!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Bob T. 3 months ago

    This is a great way to see Europe.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Marie-Claude R. 4 months ago

    The most memorable parts were the scenery, the cute villages, the windmills and the dunes with great people and staff.

    Boat: Sailing Home

  • Norval G. 4 months ago

    Dutch and Belgium rural scenery and bike paths were beautiful, well marked and saw lots of wildlife.

    Boat: Zwaan

  • John Miller 4 months ago

    The trip provided both the opportunity to see the countryside in an up-close and invigorating manner, but it also allowed for memorable time to get to know and enjoy our fellow travelers.

    Boat: Fleur

  • Lai C. 5 months ago

    The most memorable part was fellow cyclists and our very helpful and knowledgeable guide.

  • Jim M. 10 months ago

    This was our 2nd trip this year. We signed up for a 3rd already. Barge and bike is wonderful.

  • Gerald R. 11 months ago

    A great trip. The area was great loved the villages we rode through.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Bruce Reynolds 11 months ago

    Just got off the Magnifique II a couple of weeks ago and my wife and I along with three other couples in our group had a fabulous time. Captain Paul, first mate Kevin, Chef Leroy, and Tesa went up and beyond duty helping and serving all of us. With temperatures above normal and the lost of one additional crew member they never missed a beat. The meals were excellent,Tesa always had a smile on her face while pouring us a glass of wine,Kevin could be found helping dock the boat, getting a beer for someone,adjusting the height of a bike seat and many,many more duties. Capt. Paul not only guided the ship throughout our trip,but jumped right in to clear dinner dishes ,tend bar and always willing to answer questions we might have about the Netherlands and Belgium. Marcel our guide did just that,telling us about certain structures we passed by, folklore and tours on foot through some of the towns we stayed in at night. A great trip

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Claudette S. 12 months ago

    The food was exceptional! The Chef put a lot of effort to please.
    Presentation was amazing.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Lynda C. 12 months ago

    The the scenery was very very enjoyable as were the other guests on board the boat. The major problem or I should say the major dissatisfaction came from the fact that the bikes were too big and too heavy. I am an experienced bike rider and usually feel comfortable on most bikes but these truly were very very uncomfortable for me and I know for some of the other smaller women on the trip, dangerous. My only other comment would be about the guide..... I felt his attitude was very condescending in the first few days he was barely a guide his aim was to get from point A to point B in whatever amount of time he deemed necessary without any consideration for the inexperienced bikers on the trip. The slower bikers trailed way behind perhaps in some cases almost a quarter of a mile behind him and he barely looked back to see if they were there or for that matter even struggling. I volunteered to sweep and finally in frustration stopped him and told him he must go as slow as the slowest biker. I thought it was rather interesting too that he made a point constantly of telling us that if we either went on our own or staggered behind and became lost that he would make no accommodation to look for us. He repeated on several occasions that we were to read the map, read the map! We laughed when we realized that he had actually gotten us lost because his GPS had run low on batteries and he missed a turn. Now this was a man who told us he had done this exact trip 16 times this year! Yes you can see that I was very unhappy with his attitude towards his guests, the people who were his bread and butter.

    • Carla 8 months ago

      Hi Lynda,
      Thanks so much for your feedback.
      I'm sorry you had a hard time with the bikes aboard the Fluvius.
      Regarding the tour guide, we encourage all of our guests to speak up when something is not going right so we can do our best to remedy the situation immediately. We agree, during your tour that the guide was not on his best behavior and have since had to consider a replacement for him.
      There has been some confusion aboard the Fluvius about the role of your tour guide. Because there are 30+ bikers aboard the Fluvius, he cannot be counted on to lead and look after all riders at all times. The guide's role is not to lead the group, but to be sure all riders get from point A to point B safely. If one rider has a flat tire or another becomes lost, it is the guide's job to "rescue" the rider.
      For most boats under 30 passengers, the guide will lead and look after the bikers for the day's route. But for some bigger boats, i.e. 30+ passengers, the guide's role is a bit different. You can read on the "What's Included / What's Not Included" section of the tour page the difference between the guide's role.

  • Nancy W. 12 months ago

    A wonderful experience as my first bike tour. Enjoyed most everything about the trip, even with the boat breaking down and a new bike route added for the day. However, my first hour was stressful as I had been given the wrong pier to meet the boat. Fortunately, the sister boat was able to give me directions. Two other guest had the wrong directions to pier also.

    Boat: Tijdgeest

    • Carla 8 months ago

      Nancy - I'm so glad you hear you had a great experience on your first bike tour.
      We're SO sorry you could not find the boat upon arrival. We always give an emergency phone number in these kinds of situations so don't be afraid to call us right away, the next time around! :-)

  • Brenda B. 12 months ago

    Food and scenery fantastic! Jack, bike tour guide was rude at times. Also expected everyone to keep up with his ebike. Several women spoke to him and he got a little better and used a sweep and someone to wait at turns. I expected something a little more leisurely so could take pictures along the way. I did not expect a road race even though I could keep up. However, inspite of this, I have recommended the trip to friends as it is a wonderful experience. I do hope you retrain your bike guides to be kind.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Roberta S. 12 months ago

    The bikes were not in excellent condition. Some needed work on them.
    A guide better versed in local traditions and history would have been nice.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Lise B. 1 year ago

    I thought there weren't enough safety precautions: riding too close, no warning of slowing or stopping. Would have liked more stops along the way for photos.

    Loved the Magnifique II! The food was spectacular! Variety of routes/terrains.

    Boat: Magnifique II

    • Jehiel 1 year ago

      Hello Lise,
      I can tell you that your safety is ours, as well as our local partners first priority. When you are on a tour we encourage you to express your concerns with your guide or others on the trip, this goes for safety as well you desire to stop for photos. Thanks for sharing this feedback!

  • David K. 1 year ago

    The food was excellent. We also enjoyed the guided tours in the evenings.

    Boat: Fiep

  • Norma P. 1 year ago

    The routing was great, food excellent, barge lovely and the staff was outstanding: Nico, Eric, Jan, Martin, - would love to have them lead my next bike and barge trip. Yay for the Elodie, my favorite barge. Thanks Nico for all the help; The crew made this trip one of a kind. I'll be back.

  • Glen W. 1 year ago

    Boat and crew were first class as was the bicycles. Lots of fun and enjoyed the evening company. Beautiful scenery and city visits. Most memorable was the 50 km day trip my 86 year old father-in-law did with 7 other family members.

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • Bob O. 1 year ago

    Truly a wonderful experience. I was the tour organizer for a group of 12 tandem cyclists. Hennie and her staff at TripSite and the Captain and crew of the Quo Vadis were truly above and beyond expectations. This was a life bucket trip for all involved and all were very satisfied with the entire experience!

    • Gwen 3 months ago

      Hi Bob O.
      My husband and I are Tandem bikers for 25+ years. Would love to know where you rented the tandems or did you bring your own. Being from US thought we would rent one. Would also like to know of your future tandem trips planned please...

      • Bob 3 months ago

        Hello,
        We all brought our personal tandems. This was a custom tour for a group of friends where we reserved the whole boat for 2 weeks. The Quo Vadis had a tandem in their fleet of bikes though. I highly recommend touring in the Netherlands it was great!

  • Debra Hendry 1 year ago

    Our first bike barge holiday and we loved it. Good mix of nationalities as guests. The Magnifique truly was glorious.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • L. Barker 1 year ago

    Had so much fun. Looking forward to doing it again. Been telling everyone they need to try it. Just riding your bike through the towns over cobble stone or brick. Just a great way to see a country.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • T. Rodgers 1 year ago

    The trip could have stopped at interesting waypoints more frequently. The stop at the art studio was silly. I would have liked to learn more about Holland's and Belgium's history and current culture. A portable DVD player with a travel related DVD would have useful after dinner treat!

    Boat: Sarah

  • T. Rodgers 1 year ago

    The trip could have stopped at interesting waypoints more frequently. The stop at the art studio was silly. I would have liked to learn more about Holland's and Belgium's history and current culture. A portable DVD player with a travel related DVD would have useful after dinner treat!

    Boat: Sarah

  • W. Nurcombe 1 year ago

    The regular bikes are great but we rented an E-bike for our disabled son which did not work and there was no replacement. Riding a malfunctioning E-bike is extremely heavy and I was stuck with it for two days. Once we accepted normal bikes we all managed much better and my son amazed me. Tripsite was excellent in refunding us for the E-bike. This trip is a wonderful experience.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • P. Bryce 1 year ago

    Best week of food ever. Great bikes. Super helpful guides. Would like access to more detailed maps to know better where we were. Really enjoyed the bike barge combination.

    Boat: Fiep

  • D. Christianson 1 year ago

    It would be good for the guides to have a bike calculator (a little device on the bike that shows distance and speed). The guides varied the speeds more than was necessary. It wasn't bad, but at times faster than "advertised" for the slow group and slower and faster than advertised for the faster group. This is not a big deal, but would be an improvement. Also we often biked a little longer than was in the route descriptions, so those could be looked at. Other than that, the trip was great. And less rain of course :-)

    Boat: Fiep

  • L. Gluck 1 year ago

    1) the description of the mileage per day on the itinerary was not the same as the reality. There were two days where it was listed that there would be a choice of riding 42 km or over 50. When we questioned our guide he said there would be no choice and that they keep asking for the itinerary to be changed but it hasn't happened. There were quite a number of people found the over 50 km too long.
    2) one guide for 36 people was too big a group. Also the same people rode up front with the guide everyday and they had the benefit of some really interesting information that the rest of us were not.
    3) we were assigned tables for dining and they did not change. With such a small number we would have liked the opportunity To move about and sit with different people at meals as we got to know people very well.
    4) all in all, we loved the trip and it was a great experience.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • K. Teerlink 1 year ago

    The Bike and Barge was one of the Highlights of our tour of Holland. The boat is comfortable and the food is great! Yes the room are small but that is no worry since there is so much to do. You can sit on the bow of the barge in comfortable chairs after a day of biking. Everything is planned out well. The meals, bike tours, city walks etc all start on time like clockwork. The guides are informed and you learn bits of history as you pedal. Really a great way to see and learn about a country. I would highly recommend this trip to the bike enthusiast.

    Boat: Fleur

  • M. Ford 1 year ago

    The boat, the crew, the bikes, the food....all great. The bike guide was on her first tour and on several occasions, we had to stop, wait while guide asked for directions. In her defense, route markers were often confusing or hard to locate, making it difficult to take off on our own, or to pause along the way without group consensus. As the farewell meeting on the boat, the entire group voiced positive comments and satisfaction with the experience.

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • J. Proller 1 year ago

    I would have appreciated written directions each day of the turns so that we could do a self guided trip. Also, it would help to have a staff as a sweeper to make sure the group urging in the correct direction .

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Patsy Duggan 2 years ago

    My sister and I loved the trip and have told many people to book the barg trip. One of the best trips I have had.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Mary Netto 2 years ago

    This trip surpassed my expectations! I would consider additional trips with this tour group in the future. Our chef was excellent and very accommodating of my food allergy.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Derek Gee 2 years ago

    Both my wife and I were very happy with the overall experience. The crew, barge, daily itinerary and especially the food were all top notch. It was more then we could reasonably expect. We would and have recommended the experience to others. We hope to return soon on another bike and barge trip.

  • Brenda Major 2 years ago

    We have taken two bike and barge trips through Tripsite and both have been excellent. It is by far the best value for your buck and everything was perfect. One of the best reasons we love Tripsite is that we were able to call and ask questions during our planning stages, and SOMEONE ANSWERED THE PHONE...no automated system. We love you guys!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Craig Attkisson 2 years ago

    We think about this trip daily as it was an amazing experience. It seemed to good to be true when we signed up but it was better then we even thought after we did it. Thank you for your help.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Lisa Smoak 2 years ago

    We truly enjoy the bike and barge trips; we prefer the smaller barges with 22 or less people. We were on the Danube trip (MS My Story) a couple years ago with 80+ passengers; we did not care for that large of a group. The cabins on MS My Story were not pleasing. We visit your website often.

  • Craig McGowan 2 years ago

    All good on our bike and barge trip from Amsterdam to Bruges - especially the fantastic boat crew (I got to spend a rainy afternoon on the bridge with the boat captain).

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Noel Williams 2 years ago

    Trip was up to high standard and very enjoyable. Great staff and very friendly atmosphere.

  • Charlene James 2 years ago

    In Ghent, too far from city centre to explore after biking unless take a taxi into the city. Antwerp museum was closed, as it was a Sunday. Very disappointing. Breakfast and lunch meals were almost always the same, got too uninteresting.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Donna Ogilvie 2 years ago

    This was an excellent trip. We were well taken care of on The Merjlin. The cabin was set up well, their attention to detail, everything was designed to ensure we had the best vacation experience -right down to fresh flowers on board. I have recommended The Merjlin to everyone who asks about my trip.

  • Denise Hansen 2 years ago

    Our Amsterdam to Bruges 7 days bike and barge was the highlight of our 90 day trip! Loved it all, and many people have viewed my travelpod and also our coffee table book of photos. It is a long way to come from NZ but I have been drooling over the Croatia bike and barge trips for 2016.....

  • Ted Hansen 2 years ago

    Thought I'd find it hard, not really being a biker, and I got a sore backside on occasion, especially when we got lost and pedalled a few extra kms, but just loved the whole experience. (even piked out on the last rainy day and motored into Bruges, felt I earned it!)

  • Helen Newcombe 2 years ago

    The bikes and scenery were great. The guide was terrible. He was not nice to the American travelers.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Lidia Oosthuizen 2 years ago

    Tom Stout, the tour guide on the Magnifique is absolutely fantastic at his job. I would go on the same exact same trip again if Tom is the guide :)

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Anne Hays 2 years ago

    We had such a great time we are planning another one and bringing another couple along! Jantein and Henke were the best hosts!

  • Anne Moessner 2 years ago

    Fantabulous! Will be back and do another trip. Am a Tripsite ambassador!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Gloria Telegan 2 years ago

    Exceeded our expectations.

  • William Reed 2 years ago

    Evening walking tours of towns by tour guide were a nice extra.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Bob Connor 2 years ago

    The bikes provided were crap. You could still see the cobwebs. What was particularly egregious was the lack of a decent bicycle pump to bring our tires up to pressure on a daily basis.

  • Gary Lofland 2 years ago

    Could not have asked for a better experience. From the start the help and communication was excellent, the staff at Tripsite was superb. The trip itself was great. The staff helpful, the guide did an excellent job.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Fred Tomlin 2 years ago

    Absolute top quality from stepping aboard the barge through to saying goodbye at the end! We were made to feel special and they sure delivered.

  • Richard Krenn 2 years ago

    Was disappointed that there seemed to be less cycling per day that expected from the website description.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Heather Boardman 2 years ago

    With 30 participants cycling I feel it would have been safer and more enjoyable to ride in 2 guided groups. We were initially hesitant to book this, our first group tour
    but my husband and i loved the trip. Accommodation and catering on the Magnifique were excellent. The crew and our guide Tom were encouraging and established a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. It was great to meet and cycle with other like minded travellers from USA, Denmark, Germany, Canada and even some other Australians :) We enjoyed cycling on the wonderful cyclepaths in The Netherlands and Belgium. The after dinner town walks gave a great insight into the local areas. We have already recommended this tour to friends and look forward to further adventures! Thank you.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Tom Giuliano 2 years ago

    Overall very satisfied. Felt the food quantity could have been increased but very good.

  • Bill Bellamy 2 years ago

    Amsterdam to Bruges was a great first bike trip. Although we averaged 50km/day the pacing allowed much time to soak in the culture and scenery .

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Muriel Clayton 2 years ago

    I already have, but warned them about the wind! Which I personally found made the cycling very difficult. I will opt for an electric bike next time.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Alan Searle 2 years ago

    We had a great time and plan on another bike-and-barge trip sometime. We loved the mix of passengers from different countries. Some of the other passengers, using other tour companies, had a few more details of the ports of call, and this would have been helpful for us, and may be a useful selling point for Tripsite.

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • Sanra Turner 2 years ago

    I loved everything about this trip from the boat, the staff, the bikes and, of course, the scenery. I highly recommend this trip for anyone who likes to take a trip up close and personal.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Beth McGinnis 2 years ago

    We were overall extremely pleased with our trip! The only downsound was the infestation of bedbugs... The staff had bites and my husband I had bites as well. The staff took this very seriously and called a Pest Control Company ...they had their rooms treated and ended up treating our room as well. We ended up having to treat our luggage and all personal items upon our return home to Canada.. To make sure we didn't bring any into our home.....Which was quite a chore and inconvenience.

    Other than this, it was an awesome time.

    Boat: Wending

  • Mayita 2 years ago

    I traveled aboard the Fiep from Amsterdam to Bruges* in July of 2013, and it was a wonderful way to see this part of the world. (*It looks like the itinerary has changed slightly, but on our trip the boat stopped in Ghent and we had to take a train back and forth to Bruges, which was a disappointment I didn't discover until after booking.) I traveled solo but was matched with a wonderful roommate. The accommodations were fine - I believe they've added air conditioning now, which will be a great improvement! - and the crew and chef were terrific. Our tour guide was adequate, and we all agreed that with a large group of 26 she probably should have had some assistance with wrangling everyone, but there were only minor glitches and no disasters. :-) I can happily recommend both the Fiep and TripSite if you're looking for a unique travel experience!

    Boat: Fiep

  • Lisa Smoak 2 years ago

    We just returned from our bike trip; Amsterdam to Bruges aboard "Sailing Home" (June 13- 20). This is our third Bike-n-Barge tour and we will do it again. I thoroughly enjoy being able to exercise everyday and have someone make me dinner in the evening. We also prefer the smaller barges.
    Bill and Lisa Smoak - Melbourne, Florida

  • Bill and Candy Flink 2 years ago

    We just returned from our trip aboard the Sailing Home going from Bruges to Amsterdam. The trip was outstanding! Our guide, Hugo, was fantastic. He took time to explain a lot about the country, its people, and culture. We appreciated the walks he took us on in the evenings into town to learn more and explore. The boat was exceptional. the cabins were very comfortable and we enjoyed every delicious meal. The crew was always helpful, positive, and welcoming. We would go on another trip like this next week if we could. We will be back again as soon as we can. Thanks for preparing such an enjoyable cycling experience. Bill and Candy Flink Sacramento, California

  • Jean Stock 3 years ago

    I had always wanted to take a bike and barge trip in Europe for many years and finally did as my retirement celebration. Everything about the tour exceeded my expectations! The bicycling through the country, villages and cities was pleasant; our tour guide Sjac (Jack) aboard the FLUVIUS was friendly, helpful, indefatigable and could speak 4 languages; the camaraderie with the other cyclists and staff was outstanding; the food was excellent; the cabins were clean and actually bigger than I expected for a barge; and we lucked out and had perfect bicycling weather day after day. The folks at tripsite always responded quickly and were very helpful when I emailed or called them with questions. I would highly recommend this mode of travel as a way to get exercise and see Europe close up!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Marti G. 4 years ago

    I had a fantastic time onboard the IRIS on the Amsterdam to Bruges tour 8/3/13. The IRIS is a great vessel for this kind of tour. Our air-conditioned cabin was spacious with plenty of cabinets and closet space and we easily stored our luggage underneath the bunks. The private bathroom also had well thought-out storage space and towel racks.

    On this tour, I was able to put my worries and my wristwatch away and simply enjoy myself. Our guide, Wouter, took good care of us and was knowledgeable about each town and village we visited with him. The food was superb! Our chef, Clive, prepared inspired three-course dinners for us, including some local dishes, like Flemish stew. All in all, it was one of the best vacations I’ve ever had.

    Thanks to the folks at Tripsite for booking this tour and providing really detailed information to me prior to the trip. I would like to mention two additional points that would have been useful to know. First, as to the meeting place of the boat, it would have been really helpful to know the boat would be moored near the very prominent and visable NEMO museum. Secondly, I appreciated that the e-mailed instructions gave us guidance on the customary amount to tip the crew. I just happened to ask one of the crew if the tip included the Guide as well as the Crew, and found out that it did not! Luckily, I learned this in time to (1) withdraw more money from an ATM, and (2) spread the word to as many guests as possible. Please tell Wouter that if someone forgot to tip him, it was probably because we were led to believe the tip included his services as well. I hope to sail with Eurosail again soon! Thanks for a great vaction!

  • Jette Vang-Ahlgren 4 years ago

    We will do it Again. A perfect way too reelax and see new Things every day. Meet new pepeole from other continents. good groupe size on the Iris and the crew made us feel very comfortabel and "hyggeligt" (cousy). New city every night with out packing our stuff. We are on in a new route when posibel.

  • William Guthrie 4 years ago

    Our recent (June 1-8) trip from Amsterdam to Bruges aboard the IRIS was outstanding.

    The food was excellent every single day and the cabins are much larger than the website indicates. The cycling was wonderful and our guide Hugo added so much to the overall experience. This is a five star vacation!

    Linda and Bill Guthrie - Ottawa, Canada

  • craig machado & dick hasbany 5 years ago

    Dick and I had a marvelous trip on June 16-23 with the Zwaan. The crew was outstanding. We had a unique opportunity to see the lovely country of Holland (and a bit of Belgium) through professional eyes. Piet, Bas, Ilya and Moraije were the best. We are looking forward to another trip with you soon! Thanks again for preparing such wonderful experiences.

    July 2, 2012

    Boat: Zwaan

  • Christiane Dufour 5 years ago

    Our experience on board the Magnifique from Amsterdam to Bruges was all that was promised and more. The ship is beautiful, well managed, clean and comfortable. The bicycles were of German design, 7 speed, sturdy , comfortable and well maintained. Yan, our guide, was so competent and knowledgeable that we chose to follow the group rather than hit off on our own. Everything went smoothly every step of the way thanks to the work of the entire staff. More sun would have made it absolutely perfect, but they had no control over that, or I'm sure they would have provided it for us! We’re hooked and we'll try other tours with you for sure!

  • Barbara Reed 6 years ago

    A glorious week of biking, eating, and comrade ride. All details were perfect. Just booked my third trip with your company!

  • Penny Keys 6 years ago

    Probably one of the best vacations of my life so far. The crew of the Zwaan and our guide Albert were wonderful. I have recommended this trip to friends. And I will definately book another vacation with this company.

    Boat: Zwaan

  • Alyson Miller 6 years ago

    My daughter and I biked this tour, and it was glorious ~ Marcel, our guide, was an expert in local flora & fauna as well as extremely kind. Our crew made us feel like family, and the trip itself took us thorugh breathtaking scenery at a comfortable pace. I'd definitely book again!

  • Arthur L. Popp 6 years ago

    Was one of the best vacations for my wife and I. Can't think of how it could have been much better! The crew, including our guide, Ena, were fabulous. We are looking forward to another vacation with this company.

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Magnifique III Foto

Magnifique III Holanda, Bélgica Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus Os barcos da classe Comfort Plus são barcos confortáveis, bem decorados, com cabines que oferecem banheiro privativo e cama sem ser do tipo beliche, ampla área de jantar, salão separado e mais.

Magnifique II Foto

Magnifique II Bélgica, Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus Magnifique II é o mais novo barco Comfort Plus que navega pelos canais e rios da Holanda e Bélgica. Oferece estilo e conforto, 4 cabines no deck superior com janelas panorâmicas.

Magnifique Foto

Magnifique Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus Após a renovação no início de 2013, o barco teve seu comprimento ampliado de 50 metros para 63 metros e pode acomodar 32 passageiros. Outras características da renovação incluem um belo salão com um bar espaçoso, um terraço para banho de sol com cadeiras confortáveis, uma pequena piscina de hidromassagem para relaxar enquanto aprecia a paisagem depois de um longo dia pedalando. Refeições deliciosas são servidas diariamente no restaurante.

Fluvius Foto

Fluvius Bélgica, Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus O MS Fluvius é um navio de classe Comfort Plus e pode acomodar 36 passageiros. Tem o total de 19 cabines (de 10 m² cada) com banheiro com chuveiro, 2 camas baixas, ar condicionado e ajuste de ventilação individual. 3 das cabines estão situadas no convés superior (com suplemento adicional) e 16 cabines estão no convés inferior. Todas as cabines possuem janelas fixas. O salão com um bar é um amplo salão de uso comum e possui uma área semi-separada do restaurante. No amplo e semi-coberto terraço, do navio de 70 metros de comprimento, possui mesas e cadeiras confortáveis, com espaço para guardar bicicletas. O navio navega sob a bandeira holandesa, e navega pela Holanda e Alemanha por vários anos.

Zwaantje Foto

Zwaantje França, Holanda, Bélgica Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus The MPS Zwaantje, quer dizer pequeno cisne. É uma aconchegante e única embarcação holandesa de passageiros. O barco tem 10 cabines com duas camas de solteiro e 2 cabines com camas de casal e beliche, que também podem ser usadas como triplas. Cada cabine possui banheiro privado.

Liza Marleen Foto

Liza Marleen Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus O Liza Marleen é uma embarcação de passageiros de luxo, que foi completamente remodelada em 1998. Esta robusca embarcação é perfeita para viagens pelos grandes canais. Possui um belo salão à frente e um espaçoso deck.

Sailing Home Foto

Sailing Home Holanda, Bélgica Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus Construído em 2001, este barco foi designado especificamente para fornecer uma acomodação mais atrativa durante as suas férias. Ele foi construído para satisfazer os desejos e pensamentos em se tratando de conforto e serviços. A experiência de vida: pedalar pelos mais belos lugares da Holanda, enquanto reside em um navio confortável, novo e bem equipado.

Elodie Foto

Elodie Holanda, Bélgica, França Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus O Elodie foi construído em 1931 e foi completamente remodelado em um navio de luxo.O navio possui um salão e terraço e todas as cabines possuem ar condicionado. O salão foi decorado com vários tipos de madeira no acabamento.

Fiep Foto

Fiep Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus O Fiep, formalmente conhecido como Anna Cornelia, passou por renovação em 2012-2013 e foi lançado na primavera de 2013. Hpa dois decks, no deck superior há o salão de estar com espaçosa área de relax, bar aconchegante e amplo deck para banho de sol.

Fleur Foto

Fleur França, Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort Plus O Fleur foi colocado em funcionamento em 2002. Jossie, a proprietária, tinha um belo barco, transformado em um confortável navio de passageiros, de acordo com o seu estilo. O toque feminino é definitivamente reconhecido no seu elegante interior, com detalhes finos. Toda a embarcação remete a uma atmosfera caseira.

Gandalf Foto

Gandalf Holanda, Bélgica Barco da Categoria Comfort O belo MS Gandalf é um barco que acomoda 20 a 22 passageiros. Quase tudo nesse barco é no mesmo deck, inclusive o adorável salão com suas janelas panorâmicas.

Wending Foto

Wending Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort O Wending é uma antiga embarcação de carga que foi convertida em uma luxuosa embarcação a motor de passageiros no início dos anos 90 e redecorado em 2002. A embarcação possui um salão espaçoso, equipado com televisão e música. É um ótimo lugar para relaxar após um vigoroso dia de ciclismo.

Zwaan Foto

Zwaan Bélgica, Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort No ZWAAN (Swan) você pode experimentar um pocuo da história da Holanda. A embarcação (tipo motor luxo) foi construída em 1928 com uma embarcação de carga e tem 34 metros de comprimento e acomoda até 16 pessoas. Quatro das cabines possuem espaço adicional para uma beliche ou outra cama de solteiro baixa.

Anna Antal Foto

Anna Antal Holanda Barco da Categoria Standard Plus O Anna Antal foi convertido em barco de passageiros no ano de 1994-95. Em 2012, o salão de estar e as cabines foram reformadas.

Tijdgeest Foto

Tijdgeest Bélgica, Holanda Barco da Categoria Standard Plus Construído em 1897, o Tijdgeest foi um dos primeiros barcos de passageiros a navegar o rio Reno na Alemanha. Em 1998, foi completamente renovador para se tornar um barco hotel. No deck inferior, há cabines com banheiro privativo, algumas com camas baixas outras com camas beliche. No deck superior, há o salão de estar e para refeições com vista panorâmica. Computador a bordo disponível para uso.

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