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Bruges a Amsterdã

Bélgica, Holanda Passeio de Bicicleta e Barco

Passeio de bicicleta e barco pela mais clássica rota da Europa: Bélgica e Holanda

  • O passeio de bicicleta e barco que começa em Bruges e termina em Amsterdã é íntimo, inspirador e empolgante. Talvez a relativa anonimidade da Bélgica seja o que a manteve tão íntima e nostálgica. O lema aqui é “sentir o passado sob os seus pés”. Os canais e ruas de paralelepípedo da cidade viram muitos marinheiros comerciantes desde o século 9, quando essa capital flamenga foi fundada em uma enseada do Mar do Norte. Ela cresceu e se tornou um rico centro de comércio com Antuérpia e Inglaterra, porém, perdeu muito de seu poder de comércio em 1490 quando o Rio Reie assoreou. A cidade mantém uma atmosfera viva e revigoradora que faz lembrar uma das obras de arte de Jan van Eyck do século 15. As influências de outros artistas flamengos também ainda transpiram na arquitetura renascentista do norte e também, nas catedrais dos séculos 13 e 15. A grande Praça do Mercado, no centro, está repleta de cafés aconchegantes ao ar livre que rodeiam o Belfort. Esta torre do campanário tem uma altura de 272 pés e tem um carrilhão de 47 sinos. Subir os 366 degraus da torre oferece uma vista recompensadora! Daqui, você pedalará sobre os córregos e calmas estradas rurais através da tranquila paisagem flamenga até chegar em Ghent. As arestas medievais de tijolo vermelho da cidade são arquitetonicamente extraordinárias, e a Igreja de São Bavo abriga um peça de arte de valor inestimável dos irmãos Van Eyck, O Retábulo de Ghent: A adoração da Ovelha Mística (1432). Daqui, você pedalará de volta para Holanda para as vilas pitorescas de Goes na parte central de Zeeland, e para a cidade costeira de Willemstad. Amsterdã será o destino final do passeio, e também é impressionante. Com mais de 6800 edifícios históricos e conjunto sem fim de canais e pontes, Amsterdã é verdadeiramente uma visão a ser vista (juntamente com o famoso Nightwatch de Rembrandt que está em exposição no museu Rijksmuseum).

    Não deixe de ver também nossos outros passeios de bicicleta e barco na Holanda, e passeios de bicicleta e barco na Bélgica.

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    Datas e preços para 2020


    Observação: devido à demanda popular, algumas datas / barcos já estão limitados ou esgotados, entre em contato conosco para disponibilidade.


    BARCOS DE CLASSE DELUXE


    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    23 de maio, 6 de junho, 4 de julho, 18 de julho, 1 de agosto, 15 de agosto, 29 de agosto, 26 de setembro e 10 de outubro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Magnifique I Boat Page

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINEAbril a SetembroOutubro 
    Cabine Twin  $ 1,531 $ 2317 $ 2415 $ 2,035 1384 £ 1185 kr 14907 $ 1,421 $ 2149 $ 2240 $ 1,888 1284 £ 1099 kr 13830
    Cabine Twin Premium  $ 1,753 $ 2651 $ 2764 $ 2,329 1584 £ 1356 kr 17061 $ 1,642 $ 2484 $ 2589 $ 2,182 1484 £ 1271 kr 15984
    Cabine twin uso Individual  $ 2,240 $ 3388 $ 3531 $ 2,976 2024 £ 1733 kr 21800 $ 2,074 $ 3137 $ 3270 $ 2,755 1874 £ 1604 kr 20185
    *Cabine Individual $ 1,956 $ 2959 $ 3085 $ 2,600 1768 £ 1514 kr 19043 $ 1,813 $ 2742 $ 2858 $ 2,408 1638 £ 1402 kr 17643
    **Cabine Tripla $ 1,476 $ 2233 $ 2327 $ 1,961 1334 £ 1142 kr 14368 $ 1,366 $ 2066 $ 2153 $ 1,814 1234 £ 1057 kr 13291
    *Cabine Tripla Premium  $ 1,675 $ 2534 $ 2641 $ 2,226 1514 £ 1296 kr 16307 $ 1,565 $ 2367 $ 2467 $ 2,079 1414 £ 1211 kr 15230

     

    * Apenas uma cabine única disponível por partida. ** As cabines triplas são limitadas e, mediante solicitação, 3 por partida, 1 suíte tripla no andar superior e 2 triplos no andar inferior

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguer de bicicleta elétrica: $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077 Dietas sem glúten ou sem leite: suplemento será aplicado, por favor, pergunte.

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Quarta-feira - quarta-feira
    13 de maio, 27 de maio, 10 de junho, 24 de junho, 22 de julho, 5 de agosto, 19 de agosto, 16 de setembro, 30 de setembro e 14 de outubro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Magnifique II Boat Page

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINEAbril - SetembroOutubro 
    Cabine Twin  $ 1,531 $ 2317 $ 2415 $ 2,035 1384 £ 1185 kr 14907 $ 1,421 $ 2149 $ 2240 $ 1,888 1284 £ 1099 kr 13830
    Cabine Twin Premium  $ 1,753 $ 2651 $ 2764 $ 2,329 1584 £ 1356 kr 17061 $ 1,642 $ 2484 $ 2589 $ 2,182 1484 £ 1271 kr 15984
    Suíte Upper deck $ 2,085 $ 3154 $ 3287 $ 2,770 1884 £ 1613 kr 20292 $ 1,974 $ 2986 $ 3113 $ 2,623 1784 £ 1527 kr 19215
    *Cabine Twin -uso individual $ 2,240 $ 3388 $ 3531 $ 2,976 2024 £ 1733 kr 21800 $ 2,074 $ 3137 $ 3270 $ 2,755 1874 £ 1604 kr 20185
    **Cabine Tripla $ 1,476 $ 2233 $ 2327 $ 1,961 1334 £ 1142 kr 14368 $ 1,366 $ 2066 $ 2153 $ 1,814 1234 £ 1057 kr 13291
    *Suíte Tripla  upper deck  $ 1,974 $ 2986 $ 3113 $ 2,623 1784 £ 1527 kr 19215 $ 1,863 $ 2819 $ 2938 $ 2,476 1684 £ 1442 kr 18138

    * Apenas uma cabine dupla para uso individual está disponível por partida.
    ** As cabines triplas são limitadas e, mediante solicitação, 3 por partida, 1 suíte tripla no andar superior e 2 triplos no andar inferior.

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguer de bicicleta elétrica: $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077 Dietas sem glúten ou sem leite: suplemento será aplicado, por favor, pergunte.

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    13 de junho, 27 de junho, 11 de julho, 25 de julho, 22 de agosto, 5 de setembro, 3 de outubro e 19 de outubro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Magnifique III Boat Page

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINEAbril a SetembroOutubro 
    Cabine Twin  $ 1,531 $ 2317 $ 2415 $ 2,035 1384 £ 1185 kr 14907 $ 1,421 $ 2149 $ 2240 $ 1,888 1284 £ 1099 kr 13830
    Suíte Upper deck  $ 2,085 $ 3154 $ 3287 $ 2,770 1884 £ 1613 kr 20292 $ 1,974 $ 2986 $ 3113 $ 2,623 1784 £ 1527 kr 19215
    Cabine twin uso Individual  $ 2,240 $ 3388 $ 3531 $ 2,976 2024 £ 1733 kr 21800 $ 2,074 $ 3137 $ 3270 $ 2,755 1874 £ 1604 kr 20185
    *Cabine Individual $ 1,956 $ 2959 $ 3085 $ 2,600 1768 £ 1514 kr 19043 $ 1,813 $ 2742 $ 2858 $ 2,408 1638 £ 1402 kr 17643
    **Cabine Tripla $ 1,476 $ 2233 $ 2327 $ 1,961 1334 £ 1142 kr 14368 $ 1,366 $ 2066 $ 2153 $ 1,814 1234 £ 1057 kr 13291
    **Cabine Tripla  Upper deck  $ 1,974 $ 2986 $ 3113 $ 2,623 1784 £ 1527 kr 19215 $ 1,863 $ 2819 $ 2938 $ 2,476 1684 £ 1442 kr 18138

    * Apenas duas cabines individuais disponíveis por partida.
    ** As cabines triplas são limitadas e, mediante solicitação, 3 por partida: 1 suíte tripla no andar superior e 2 triplos no andar inferior

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguer de bicicleta elétrica: $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077 Dietas sem glúten ou sem leite: suplemento será aplicado, por favor, pergunte.

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Quarta-feira - quarta-feira
    6 de maio, 20 de maio, 3 de junho, 17 de junho, 15 de julho, 29 de julho, 12 de agosto, 26 de agosto, 9 de setembro, 23 de setembro e 7 de outubro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Magnifique IV Boat Page

    PREÇOS DA CABINEAbril - Setembro Outubro
    Cabine Twin $ 1,531 $ 2317 $ 2415 $ 2,035 1384 £ 1185 kr 14907                   $ 1,421 $ 2149 $ 2240 $ 1,888 1284 £ 1099 kr 13830
    Suíte no deck superior $ 2,085 $ 3154 $ 3287 $ 2,770 1884 £ 1613 kr 20292                                 $ 1,974 $ 2986 $ 3113 $ 2,623 1784 £ 1527 kr 19215
    * Cabine dupla para uso individual  $ 2,240 $ 3388 $ 3531 $ 2,976 2024 £ 1733 kr 21800                       $ 2,074 $ 3137 $ 3270 $ 2,755 1874 £ 1604 kr 20185

    * Apenas uma cabine dupla para uso individual está disponível por partida.

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguer de bicicleta elétrica: $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077 Dietas sem glúten ou sem leite: suplemento será aplicado, por favor, pergunte.


    BARCOS DE CLASSE PREMIUM


    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    25 de abril, 9 de maio, 23 de maio, 6 de junho, 20 de junho, 4 de julho, 18 de julho, 1 de agosto, 15 de agosto, 29 de agosto, 12 de setembro e 26 de setembro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Página do barco Fluvius

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINE

    18 de abril e 26 de setembro

    25 de abril - 19 de setembro
    Cabine pequena dupla Deck de baixo $ 1,105 $ 1672 $ 1743 $ 1,469 999 £ 855 kr 10760 $ 1,161 $ 1756 $ 1830 $ 1,542 1049 £ 898 kr 11299
    Cabine dupla regular Deck de baixo $ 1,161 $ 1756 $ 1830 $ 1,542 1049 £ 898 kr 11299 $ 1,216 $ 1840 $ 1917 $ 1,616 1099 £ 941 kr 11837
    Cabine dupla Deck de baixo para uso individual $ 1,686 $ 2551 $ 2659 $ 2,241 1524 £ 1305 kr 16415 $ 1,769 $ 2677 $ 2790 $ 2,351 1599 £ 1369 kr 17223
    Cabine dupla Deck superior $ 1,382 $ 2091 $ 2179 $ 1,837 1249 £ 1069 kr 13453 $ 1,437 $ 2174 $ 2266 $ 1,910 1299 £ 1112 kr 13991
    Cabine dupla Deck superior cama de casal $ 1,493 $ 2258 $ 2354 $ 1,984 1349 £ 1155 kr 14530 $ 1,548 $ 2342 $ 2441 $ 2,057 1399 £ 1198 kr 15068

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguel de bicicleta elétrica: $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077 Aluguel de capacete: $ 11 $ 17 $ 17 $ 15 10 £ 9 kr 108 Wifi (dados ilimitados), a bordo: $ 11 $ 17 $ 17 $ 15 10 £ 9 kr 108  

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    Estação Baixa: 18 de julho, 1 de agosto e 10 de outubro de 2020
    Estação Standard: 20 de junho, 15 de agosto, 29 de agosto e 26 de setembro de 2020
    Estação Alta: 12 de setembro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Página inicial do barco Sailing Home

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINEBaixa EstaçãoEstação StandardAlta Estação
    Cabine Twin  $ 1,320 $ 1997 $ 2081 $ 1,754 1193 £ 1021 kr 12850 $ 1,447 $ 2189 $ 2282 $ 1,923 1308 £ 1120 kr 14088 $ 1,575 $ 2382 $ 2483 $ 2,092 1423 £ 1218 kr 15327
    Cabine Twin - uso individual $ 1,851 $ 2800 $ 2919 $ 2,460 1673 £ 1432 kr 18020 $ 2,038 $ 3083 $ 3214 $ 2,708 1842 £ 1577 kr 19840 $ 2,222 $ 3361 $ 3503 $ 2,953 2008 £ 1719 kr 21628

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Bicicleta elétrica: $ 92 $ 139 $ 145 $ 122 83 £ 71 kr 894 Mapas de bicicletas (devem ser encomendados e pagos com antecedência): $ 59 $ 89 $ 92 $ 78 53 £ 45 kr 571   Dieta sem glúten ou vegana: $ 55 $ 84 $ 87 $ 74 50 £ 43 kr 539 Bicicleta de 21 velocidades para criança com capacete (9 anos ou mais): $ 66 $ 100 $ 105 $ 88 60 £ 51 kr 646   Bicicleta Tag-Along com capacete (de 5 a 9 anos): $ 61 $ 92 $ 96 $ 81 55 £ 47 kr 592 Assento de bicicleta com capacete (11 anos - 5 anos): $ 17 $ 25 $ 26 $ 22 15 £ 13 kr 162   Trailer da bicicleta: $ 100 $ 151 $ 157 $ 132 90 £ 77 kr 969 Descontos para crianças disponíveis

    BARCOS DE CLASSE CONFORTO


    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    18 de julho e 10 de outubro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Zwaantje Boat Page

    PREÇOS DA CABINE 18 de Julho          10 de outubro 
    Cabine Twin $ 1,443 $ 2183 $ 2275 $ 1,917 1304 £ 1116 kr 14045                                          $ 1,366 $ 2066 $ 2153 $ 1,814 1234 £ 1057 kr 13291
    *Cabine Twin - uso individual $ 2,107 $ 3187 $ 3322 $ 2,800 1904 £ 1630 kr 20508                                        $ 1,992 $ 3013 $ 3140 $ 2,647 1800 £ 1541 kr 19388  

    * Apenas uma cabine dupla para uso individual disponível por partida

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguer de bicicleta elétrica: $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077 Dietas sem glúten ou sem leite: suplemento será aplicado, por favor, pergunte

    *DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    16 de maio, 27 de junho e 10 de outubro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Liza Marleen Boat Page

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINE16 de maio 27 de junho e 10 de outubro
    Cabine Twin $ 1,403 $ 2122 $ 2212 $ 1,864 1268 £ 1086 kr 13657 $ 1,264 $ 1912 $ 1992 $ 1,679 1142 £ 978 kr 12300
    Cabine Twin/uso individual  $ 1,956 $ 2959 $ 3085 $ 2,600 1768 £ 1514 kr 19043 $ 1,774 $ 2683 $ 2797 $ 2,357 1603 £ 1372 kr 17266
    Cabine Cabine superior (15 m quadrados) / uso duplo $ 1,519 $ 2298 $ 2395 $ 2,019 1373 £ 1176 kr 14788 $ 1,264 $ 1912 $ 1992 $ 1,679 1142 £ 978 kr 12300
    Cabine superior (15 m²) / uso triplo $ 1,276 $ 1930 $ 2012 $ 1,695 1153 £ 987 kr 12419 $ 1,153 $ 1744 $ 1818 $ 1,532 1042 £ 892 kr 11223

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Bicicleta elétrica: $ 92 $ 139 $ 145 $ 122 83 £ 71 kr 894 Mapas de bicicletas (devem ser encomendados e pagos com antecedência): $ 59 $ 89 $ 92 $ 78 53 £ 45 kr 571   Dieta sem glúten ou vegana: $ 55 $ 84 $ 87 $ 74 50 £ 43 kr 539 Bicicleta de 21 velocidades para criança com capacete (9 anos ou mais): $ 66 $ 100 $ 105 $ 88 60 £ 51 kr 646   Bicicleta Tag-Along com capacete (de 5 a 9 anos): $ 61 $ 92 $ 96 $ 81 55 £ 47 kr 592 Assento de bicicleta com capacete (11 anos - 5 anos): $ 17 $ 25 $ 26 $ 22 15 £ 13 kr 162   Trailer da bicicleta: $ 100 $ 151 $ 157 $ 132 90 £ 77 kr 969 Descontos para crianças disponíveis

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    10 de outubro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Feniks Boat Page

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINE 
    Cabine dupla Premium $ 1,621 $ 2452 $ 2556 $ 2,154 1465 £ 1254 kr 15779
    Cabine dupla regular $ 1,383 $ 2092 $ 2181 $ 1,838 1250 £ 1070 kr 13464
    Cabine simples $ 1,732 $ 2620 $ 2730 $ 2,301 1565 £ 1340 kr 16856
    Cabine de beliche / uso individual

    $ 1,178 $ 1783 $ 1858 $ 1,566 1065 £ 912 kr 11471

     

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguel de bicicleta elétrica: $ 53 $ 80 $ 84 $ 71 48 £ 41 kr 517 Pacote de bebidas (vinho, cerveja, refrigerante): $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    13 de junho, 25 de julho e 5 de setembro e 19 de setembro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Mecklenburg Boat Page

    PREÇOS DA CABINE13 de junho, 25 de julho, 5 de setembro19 de setembro
    Cabine dupla com duas camas $ 1,211 $ 1831 $ 1909 $ 1,609 1094 £ 937 kr 11783 $ 1,100 $ 1664 $ 1734 $ 1,462 994 £ 851 kr 10706
    Cabine dupla -cama solteiro / uso individual $ 1,764 $ 2668 $ 2781 $ 2,344 1594 £ 1365 kr 17169 $ 1,598 $ 2417 $ 2519 $ 2,123 1444 £ 1236 kr 15553

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguel de bicicleta elétrica: $ 100 $ 151 $ 157 $ 132 90 £ 77 kr 969

    DATAS DO TOUR

    Sábado - Sábado
    6 de junho de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Zwaan Boat Page

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINE 
    Cabine dupla de luxo $ 1,752 $ 2650 $ 2762 $ 2,328 1583 £ 1355 kr 17050
    Cabine Twin $ 1,575 $ 2382 $ 2483 $ 2,092 1423 £ 1218 kr 15327
    Cabine  Tripla  $ 1,519 $ 2298 $ 2395 $ 2,019 1373 £ 1176 kr 14788
    Cabine dupla pequena- frente do barco  $ 1,391 $ 2104 $ 2193 $ 1,848 1257 £ 1076 kr 13539
     cabine para uso individual pequena- frente do barco $ 1,979 $ 2993 $ 3120 $ 2,629 1788 £ 1531 kr 19258

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Bicicleta elétrica: $ 92 $ 139 $ 145 $ 122 83 £ 71 kr 894 Mapas de bicicletas (devem ser encomendados e pagos com antecedência): $ 59 $ 89 $ 92 $ 78 53 £ 45 kr 571   Dieta sem glúten ou vegana: $ 55 $ 84 $ 87 $ 74 50 £ 43 kr 539 Bicicleta de 21 velocidades para criança com capacete (9 anos ou mais): $ 66 $ 100 $ 105 $ 88 60 £ 51 kr 646   Bicicleta Tag-Along com capacete (de 5 a 9 anos): $ 61 $ 92 $ 96 $ 81 55 £ 47 kr 592 Assento de bicicleta com capacete (11 anos - 5 anos): $ 17 $ 25 $ 26 $ 22 15 £ 13 kr 162   Trailer da bicicleta: $ 100 $ 151 $ 157 $ 132 90 £ 77 kr 969 Descontos para crianças disponíveis

    BARCOS DE CLASSE STANDARD


    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    Estação baixa: 27 de junho, 11 de julho, 25 de julho e 8 de agosto de 2020
    Estação  Standard: 16 de maio, 30 de maio, 13 de junho e 22 de agosto de 2020
    Estação  Alta: 5 e 19 de setembro de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Anna Antal Boat Page

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINEEstação BaixaEstação StandardEstação Alta
    Cabine Twin /comfort $ 1,193 $ 1804 $ 1881 $ 1,585 1078 £ 923 kr 11611 $ 1,309 $ 1980 $ 2064 $ 1,739 1183 £ 1013 kr 12742 $ 1,425 $ 2156 $ 2247 $ 1,894 1288 £ 1103 kr 13873
    Cabine cama beliche/standard plus $ 1,021 $ 1545 $ 1610 $ 1,357 923 £ 790 kr 9941 $ 1,121 $ 1696 $ 1767 $ 1,489 1013 £ 867 kr 10911 $ 1,221 $ 1846 $ 1924 $ 1,622 1103 £ 944 kr 11880

    Cabine cama beliche- uso individual

    $ 1,253 $ 1895 $ 1975 $ 1,664 1132 £ 969 kr 12193 $ 1,392 $ 2106 $ 2195 $ 1,850 1258 £ 1077 kr 13550 $ 1,514 $ 2290 $ 2387 $ 2,011 1368 £ 1171 kr 14735

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Bicicleta elétrica: $ 92 $ 139 $ 145 $ 122 83 £ 71 kr 894 Mapas de bicicletas (devem ser encomendados e pagos com antecedência): $ 59 $ 89 $ 92 $ 78 53 £ 45 kr 571 Dieta sem glúten ou vegana: $ 55 $ 84 $ 87 $ 74 50 £ 43 kr 539 Bicicleta de 21 velocidades para criança com capacete (9 anos ou mais): $ 66 $ 100 $ 105 $ 88 60 £ 51 kr 646   Bicicleta Tag-Along com capacete (de 5 a 9 anos): $ 61 $ 92 $ 96 $ 81 55 £ 47 kr 592 Assento de bicicleta com capacete (11 anos - 5 anos): $ 17 $ 25 $ 26 $ 22 15 £ 13 kr 162   Trailer da bicicleta: $ 100 $ 151 $ 157 $ 132 90 £ 77 kr 969 Descontos para crianças disponíveis

     

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    30 de maio, 11 de julho e 25 de julho de 2020

    Detalhes e fotos da cabine podem ser encontrados aqui: Wending Boat Page

     

     

    PREÇOS DA CABINE30 de maio11 & 25 de julho
    Cabine Twin $ 1,309 $ 1980 $ 2064 $ 1,739 1183 £ 1013 kr 12742 $ 1,193 $ 1804 $ 1881 $ 1,585 1078 £ 923 kr 11611
    Cabine Tripla $ 1,231 $ 1861 $ 1940 $ 1,635 1112 £ 952 kr 11977 $ 1,121 $ 1696 $ 1767 $ 1,489 1013 £ 867 kr 10911
    Cabine single $ 1,519 $ 2298 $ 2395 $ 2,019 1373 £ 1176 kr 14788 $ 1,369 $ 2071 $ 2158 $ 1,819 1237 £ 1059 kr 13324

     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Bicicleta elétrica: $ 92 $ 139 $ 145 $ 122 83 £ 71 kr 894 Os mapas das bicicletas devem ser encomendados e pagos com antecedência: $ 59 $ 89 $ 92 $ 78 53 £ 45 kr 571 Bicicleta infantil com capacete, bicicleta tag-along, adequada para crianças a partir de aprox. 5 a 9 anos; máx. peso 35 kg e reboques para bicicletas disponíveis.
    Descontos para crianças disponíveis.

    DATAS DO TOUR
    Sábado - Sábado
    26 de setembro de 2020
     

    PREÇOS DA CABINE26 de setembro
    Cabine Twin -  $ 1,161 $ 1756 $ 1830 $ 1,542 1049 £ 898 kr 11299
    Cabine Twin  - uso individual $ 1,686 $ 2551 $ 2659 $ 2,241 1524 £ 1305 kr 16415
    Cabine Tripla $ 1,117 $ 1689 $ 1760 $ 1,484 1009 £ 864 kr 10868
     

    OPÇÕES EXTRA
    Aluguel de bicicleta elétrica: $ 111 $ 167 $ 174 $ 147 100 £ 86 kr 1077 Aluguel de capacete: $ 11 $ 17 $ 17 $ 15 10 £ 9 kr 108 Wifi (dados ilimitados), a bordo: $ 11 $ 17 $ 17 $ 15 10 £ 9 kr 108

    opções extras

    Consulte as opções extras abaixo dos preços de cada barco acima.

     

    por favor note bem

    Se estiver viajando sozinho, podemos tentar encontrar um companheiro de quarto do mesmo sexo em alguns dos barcos para evitar custos adicionais.

    Observe que os preços para Wending, Zwaan, Sailing Home e Anna Antal se baseiam nos custos de combustível quando o preço foi calculado. Se o preço do combustível aumentar mais de 5%, nossos operadores turísticos locais nos informaram que serão forçados a cobrar um suplemento, mesmo para reservas já feitas.

    Cabines individuais somente mediante solicitação e por uma taxa suplementar.

    Podem estar disponíveis descontos para cabines triplas e quádruplas.

    As tarifas são por pessoa em ocupação dupla (quarto/cabine).

    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

    Chegada em Amsterdã. Pegue um trem do aeroporto de Amsterdã para Bruges, aprox. 3 ¼ hs por mais ou menos €64.

    Clima

    Verifique a previsão de tempo do local antes de partir. Temp. Média Máx/ Mín em graus Célsius para Amsterdã: 12 °C/ 4,5°C em abril, 16 °C/ 8°C em maio, 19°C/ 11°C em junho, 20,5 °C/ 13°C em julho, 21°C/ 13°C em agosto, 18°C/ 10,5°C em setembro, 14°C/ 8°C.

    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. Bicicleta elétrica está disponível no Wending, Zwaan e Iris. Por favor notar que você fará parte de um grupo internacional de pessoas, porém, o seu guia e a tripulação dos barcos sempre serão fluentes em inglês. Operadores: Jossie Verkerk, HAT passeios, Clycletours & Meeuwessen Family e Winfred Winters.


Datas do passeio

2020

Observação: devido à demanda popular, algumas datas / barcos já estão limitados ou esgotados, entre em contato conosco para disponibilidade


Magnifique
Sábados, 23 de maio, 6 de junho, 4 de julho, 18 de julho, 1 de agosto, 15 de agosto, 29 de agosto, 26 de setembro e 10 de outubro de 2020
Magnifique II
Quartas-feiras, 13 de maio, 27 de maio, 10 de junho, 24 de junho, 22 de julho, 5 de agosto, 19 de agosto, 16 de setembro, 30 de setembro e 14 de outubro de 2020
Magnifique III
Sábados, 13 de junho, 27 de junho, 11 de julho, 25 de julho, 22 de agosto, 5 de setembro, 19 de setembro, 3 de outubro e 19 de outubro de 2020
Magnifique IV
Quartas-feiras, 6 de maio, 20 de maio, 3 de junho, 17 de junho, 15 de julho, 29 de julho, 12 de agosto, 26 de agosto, 9 de setembro, 23 de setembro e 7 de outubro de 2020

Observe que, devido ao evento náutico SAIL Amsterdam, os itinerários de 1º de agosto no Magnifique e 5 de agosto no Magnifique II tiveram que ser ajustados. Agora, esses passeios terminam em Utrecht. Você pode viajar confortavelmente de trem de Utrecht para Amsterdã ou Schiphol Airport. Consulte a seção Dia a dia abaixo para obter detalhes.

Sobre o SAIL Amsterdam 2020
O SAIL é o maior evento náutico do mundo, organizado a cada cinco anos, e será realizado pela décima vez em 2020. Por cinco dias, toda a área portuária de Amsterdã será o porto de partida para vários navios de todo o mundo, bem como para vários veleiros menores e maiores, iates e embarcações navais. SAIL Amsterdam é de acesso gratuito ao público.

Fluvius
Sábados, 25 de abril, 9 de maio, 23 de maio, 6 de junho, 20 de junho, 4 de julho, 18 de julho, 1 de agosto, 15 de agosto, 29 de agosto, 12 de setembro e 26 de setembro de 2020
Sailing Home
Estação Baixa: sábados, 18 de julho, 1 de agosto e 10 de outubro de 2020
Estação Standard: sábados, 20 de junho, 15 de agosto, 29 de agosto e 26 de setembro de 2020
Estação Alta: sábados, 12 de setembro de 2020

Observe que, devido ao evento náutico SAIL Amsterdam, o itinerário em 1º de agosto a bordo do Fluvius teve que ser ajustado. Este passeio termina agora em Utrecht. Você pode viajar confortavelmente de trem de Utrecht para Amsterdã ou Schiphol Airport. Consulte a seção Dia a dia abaixo para obter detalhes.

Sobre o SAIL Amsterdam 2020
O SAIL é o maior evento náutico do mundo, organizado a cada cinco anos, e será realizado pela décima vez em 2020. Por cinco dias, toda a área portuária de Amsterdã será o porto de partida para vários navios  de todo o mundo, bem como para vários  veleiros menores e maiores, iates e embarcações navais. SAIL Amsterdam é de acesso gratuito ao público.

Feniks
Sábado, 10 de outubro de 2020
Zwaan
Estação  Standard: sábado, 6 de junho de 2020
Zwaantje
Sábados, 11 de julho e 10 de outubro de 2020
Mecklenburg
Estação 1: 19 de setembro de 2020
Estação 2: 13 de junho, 25 de julho e 5 de setembro de 2020
Liza Marleen
Estação Baixa: 27 de junho e 10 de outubro de 2020
Estação Standard: 16 de maio de 2020.

Anna Antal
Estação Baixa: sábados, 27 de junho, 11 de julho e 8 de agosto de 2020
Estação Standard : sábados, 16 de maio, 13 de junho e 22 de agosto de 2020
Estação Alta: 5 e 19 de setembro de 2020
Gandalf
Sábado, 26 de setembro de 2020
Wending:
Sábados, 30 de maio, 11 de julho e 25 de julho de 2020

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Onde você ficará

Existem vários barcos que navegam entre Bruges e Amsterdã, cada um pouco diferente nos itinerários, o que está incluído / não está incluído e o preço. As classes de barcos variam de padrão a novas embarcações de luxo.

O que está incluído

  • Magnifiques
  • Acomodação por 7 dias em cabine
  • Café da manhã, 6 almoços de piquenique e 6 jantares de três pratos
  • Bebida de boas-vindas e apresentação da turnê na primeira noite
  • Café e chá a bordo
  • Limpeza diária leve de cabines
  • Guia turístico com instruções diárias de passeios de bicicleta, alguns curtos passeios pela cidade, passeios de bicicleta guiados. Dois guias turísticos aplicáveis para reservas de 18 ou mais
  • Mapas detalhados e informações turísticas (um conjunto por cabine)
  • Aluguel de bicicleta de turismo híbrido de 7 velocidades com freios à mão ou pedal, cesto, capacete e garrafa de água
  • Café e chá gratuitos
  • Visite as fábricas de Kinderdijk
  • Catedral de entrada em Antuérpia
  • Viagem ao canal através de Gent
  • Trilhas de GPS disponíveis para download através do aplicativo maps.me
  • †Wi-fi
  • FLUVIUS
  • Acomodação por 7 dias em cabine
  • Cabine climatizada
  • Cafés da manhã, almoços empacotados e 6 jantares.
  • Café da manhã, 6 almoços embalados e 7 jantares de três pratos
  • Café e chá gratuitos até às 16:00
  • Bebida de boas-vindas e apresentação da turnê na primeira noite
  • Limpeza diária leve de cabines
  • Guia turístico com instruções diárias de passeios de bicicleta, alguns curtos passeios pela cidade, passeios de bicicleta guiados. Dois guias turísticos aplicáveis para reservas de 18 ou mais
  • Mapas detalhados e informações turísticas (um conjunto por cabine)
  • Trilhas de GPS disponíveis para download através do aplicativo maps.me
  • Aluguel de bicicleta de turismo híbrido de 7 velocidades com freios de mão e pedal, cárter e garrafa de água
  • Taxas para ferries
  • Capacetes a pedido. Aplica-se uma sobretaxa.
  • †Wi-fi
  • ZWAANTJE
  • Acomodações por 7 noites em cabine climatizada
  • Café da manhã, 6 almoços de piquenique, 6 jantares de três pratos (o jantar não está incluído em Antuérpia)
  • Café e chá a bordo
  • Bebida de boas-vindas e apresentação da turnê na primeira noite
  • Limpeza diária leve de cabines
  • Líder do tour com instruções diárias sobre passeios de bicicleta, alguns passeios curtos pela cidade, passeios guiados
  • Bicicleta de turismo híbrida de 21 velocidades com quadro unissexo, freios de mão, bolsa de pannier, capacete, garrafa de água, bomba e kit de reparo
  • Mapas detalhados e informações turísticas (um conjunto por cabine)
  • Trilhas de GPS disponíveis para download através do aplicativo maps.me
  • Taxas para ferries
  • Visite as fábricas de Kinderdijk
  • Catedral de Antuérpia
  • Viagem ao canal por Ghent
  • †Wi-fi
  • MECKLENBURG
  • Acomodações por 7 noites
  • Bebida de boas-vindas
  • Café da manhã, almoços embalados, café e chá à tarde e sete jantares de 3 pratos
  • Limpeza diária da cabine
  • Reunião diária de informações sobre o passeio
  • Guia turístico
  • Mapas detalhados e informações turísticas (um conjunto por cabine)
  • Bicicleta de trekking unissex de 7 velocidades com freio de mão e de marcha atrás ou somente de freio de mão (sujeito a disponibilidade) equipada com saco de pannier
  • Proteção de bicicleta
  • Trilhas GPS
  • GANDALF
  • Acomodações por 7 noites
  • Café da manhã, 6 almoços embalados e 7 jantares de três pratos
  • Bebida de boas-vindas e apresentação da turnê na primeira noite
  • Todas as roupas de cama e toalhas
  • Trilhas de GPS a pedido
  • Taxas para ferries
  • Limpeza semanal da cabine
  • †† Suporte do guia (consulte a nota abaixo)
  • Descrições de rotas e mapas detalhados para passeios diários de bicicleta (1 conjunto por cabine)
  • Bicicleta de turismo híbrida de 7 velocidades apenas com travões de mão e cárter
  • Café e chá gratuitos entre as 15h e as 16h
  • †Wi-fi
  • †† Este passeio não é um passeio de bicicleta totalmente guiado, mas sim apoiado por um guia que garante a segurança dos ciclistas e cuida de problemas mecânicos. O guia faz o percurso de bicicleta e pode ser acessado por telefone celular para assistência rápida.
  • ANNA ANTAL, WENDING, ZWAAN, LIZA MARLEEN E SAILING HOME
  • Acomodações por 7 noites
  • 7 café da manhã, 6 almoços embalados e 7 jantares com três pratos
  • Café e chá a bordo
  • Guia turístico
  • Bicicleta de turismo híbrida de 24 velocidades com saco de pannier, capacete, garrafa de água e cadeado. Kit de reparo sob consulta.
  • Mínimo de três passeios pela cidade com o guia turístico
  • Roadbook (um por cabine)
  • Ferry tarifas em rota
  • Trilhas GPS (a pedido)
  • †Wi-fi
  • FENIKS
  • Acomodações por 7 noites
  • 7 cafés da manhã, 7 almoços e 6 jantares de três pratos
  • Café, chá e biscoitos
  • Lanches à tarde
  • Limpeza diária da cabine
  • Serviço de lavanderia (as roupas são devolvidas limpas, mas não secas. As roupas podem ser penduradas no meio do navio)
  • Bicicleta de turismo de 24 velocidades com cesto traseiro, gaiola e garrafa de água e trava de quadro
  • Capacetes disponíveis
  • Guia turístico
  • †Wi-fi
  • † Importante notar que, devido à construção em aço do navio, locais de cruzeiro e outros fatores, a velocidade e a força do sinal Wifi podem não ser o que você está acostumado e podem não atender às suas expectativas. Pode não estar disponível na cabine. Se você depende sempre de um sinal constante, forte, rápido e confiável, considere um hot spot pessoal. Veja nossa página de perguntas frequentes.

O que não está incluído

  • MAGNIFIQUES E FLUVIUS
  • Jantar em Antuérpia nos Magnifiques
  • Taxas de entrada e excursões (aquelas não mencionadas em "Incluído")
  • Taxas para ferries (aprox. 5 €) e Waterbus (aprox. 4 €)
  • Bebidas (incluindo álcool), disponíveis a bordo
  • Capacetes no Fluvius, disponíveis mediante sobretaxa, consulte preços e faça sua reserva no momento da reserva
  • Wifi, Fluvius, pacote de dados ilimitado a bordo: €10
  • Gorjetas (a seu critério)
  • Podem ser aplicados requisitos dietéticos mediante solicitação / sobretaxa
  • Proteção de bicicleta
  • Seguro de viagem
  • ZWAANTJE
  • Jantar em Antuérpia
  • Taxas de entrada e excursões
  • Taxas para ferries (aprox. 5 €) e Waterbus (aprox. 4 €)
  • Bebidas (incluindo álcool), disponíveis a bordo
  • Gorjetas (a seu critério)
  • Podem ser aplicados requisitos dietéticos mediante solicitação / sobretaxa
  • Capacetes a pedido
  • Proteção de bicicleta
  • Seguro de viagem
  • MECKLENBURG
  • Bebidas não mencionadas
  • Taxas de entrada e excursões
  • Taxas para ferries
  • Mapas da cidade
  • Gorjetas
  • Seguro de viagem
  • GANDALF
  • Taxas de entrada e excursões
  • Taxas para ferries (aprox. 5 €) e Waterbus (aprox. 4 €)
  • Bebidas (incluindo álcool), disponíveis a bordo
  • Gorjetas (a seu critério)
  • Podem ser aplicados requisitos dietéticos mediante solicitação / sobretaxa
  • Capacetes disponíveis (limitados) a pedido no momento da reserva
  • Proteção de bicicleta
  • Seguro de viagem
  • ANNA ANTAL, ZWAAN, SAILING HOME, LIZA MARLEEN E WENDING
  • Bebidas (incluindo álcool), disponíveis a bordo
  • Bicicleta elétrica (disponível por um custo adicional, consulte preços)
  • Taxas de entrada no museu e outras excursões não mencionadas acima
  • Gorjetas (a seu critério)
  • Podem ser aplicados requisitos dietéticos mediante solicitação / sobretaxa
  • Mapas para opção auto-guiada (consulte preços)
  • Proteção de bicicleta
  • Seguro de viagem
  • TIJDGEEST
  • Outras excursões e taxas de entrada não mencionadas
  • Gorjetas
  • Bebidas a bordo
  • Proteção de bicicleta
  • Seguro de viagem
  • FENIKS
  • Bebidas não mencionadas (pacote de bebidas incluído como suplemento. Ver preços)
  • Excursões e entradas não mencionadas
  • Gorjetas
  • Proteção de bicicleta
  • Seguro de viagem
passeioBicicleta e Barco
tipoAmbos
NívelFácil
duração8 dias
De934 Preços
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Passeio guiado de nível fácil. As áreas percorridas são predominantemente planas. Distâncias médias percorridas diariamente ficam em torno de 30 mi (48 km) sobre ciclovias de asfalto em bom estado e com pouco tráfego.

Barcos dos Passeios

Itinerário dia a dia

Bruges a Amsterdã Map

Cada barco tem um itinerário um pouco diferente. Se você não encontrar seu barco listado abaixo, teremos o maior prazer em enviar o itinerário específico.

Todas as distâncias são aproximadas. O itinerário está sujeito a alterações devido a circunstâncias imprevistas, incluindo, entre outras, condições climáticas, alterações de amarração de última hora e reestruturação de eclusas ou pontes.

Se duas distâncias forem oferecidas e você escolher a opção de rota mais curta, alguns destaques que seriam incluídos na opção mais longa não serão possíveis 


DIA 1: Bruges - Aalterbrug - Ghent, 13 mi. (21 km)
DIA 2: Ghent - pedal até Dendermonde - navegação até St. Amands, 29 mi. (47Km)
DIA 3: St. Amands - Antuérpia, 24 mi. 40 km)
DIA 4: Antuérpia - navegação até Kreekraksluizen - pedal até Willemstad, 34 ou 40 mi. (56 ou 65 km)
DIA 5: Willemstad - pedal até Werkendam - pedal até Gorinchem, 28 mi. (45 km)
DIA 6: Gorinchem - pedal até Vianen - navegação até Utrecht, 30 mi. (50 km)
DIA 7: Utrecht - navegação até Breukelen e pedal até Amsterdã, 24 mi. (40 km)
DIA 8: Partida de Amsterdã

 

Dia 1: Bruges - Aalterbrug - Ghent, (21 km)
O embarque começa às 13:00. Você deverá embarcar o mais tardar às 14h, pois o barco sairá  às 14h15. O barco será atracado no Buiten Katelijnevest, perto do Bargeweg (a 1 km da estação ferroviária central). Você pode deixar sua bagagem às 12 horas. Ao chegar a bordo do navio, você pode guardar sua bagagem na cabine e depois tomar uma xícara de café ou chá. É também um bom momento para se familiarizar com o guia, o capitão e a tripulação e, é claro, com os seus companheiros de viagem.

Às 14h o barco irá navegar de Bruges para Gante. De bicicleta, você seguirá principalmente o canal entre Bruges e Gante até Aalterbrug, que oferece uma rota bonita e pacífica. Após o jantar, você terá tempo suficiente para descobrir o antigo e característico centro da cidade.

A cidade de Ghent se orgulha de seu passado rico, mas é muito mais do que apenas uma cidade-museu. Esta cidade animada, com suas inúmeras praças e bares acolhedores, é uma excelente mistura de arquitetura medieval, ruas comerciais elegantes, mansões esplêndidas e pequenas praças movimentadas com cafés ao ar livre.
 

DIA 2: Ghent - pedalando para Dendermonde - St. Amands, 29 mi. (47 km)
No início da manhã de domingo,  após o café da manhã, pedalamos pelo centro antigo de Ghet e depois navegamos por um dos mais belos rios da Europa, o Schelde. Em Wetteren, você pedará dar uma parada para repor as energias em um autêntico ´staminee´ flamengo e em Berlare, você poderá desfrutar de uma cerveja belga durante o almoço. Seguimos pedalando para Dendermonde, a cidade da lenda de Belaart, onde você poderá ver o magnífico prédio da prefeitura. Passaremos a noite na pequena e tranquila cidade de St. Amand.

DIA 3: St. Amands - Antuérpia, 24 mi. (40 km)
De St. Amands, a ciclovia leva você ao longo do rio e de reservas naturais, como os pântanos de Durme e Schausselbroek . Vale a pena mencionar Durme porque é um dos últimos pântanos de água doce ao longo desta parte das marés do rio e, portanto, possui uma flora e fauna únicas. Você continua seu passeio por Bazel, uma das mais belas aldeias da Bélgica. As escadas móveis de madeira no túnel de St. Anna, sob o Scheldt, são uma experiência única antes de entrar no centro da cidade de Antuérpia. Vale a pena visitar os destaques do centro histórico de Antuérpia, aqui você encontrará: o Onze-Lievevrouwenkerk e o Rubenshuis. No Willemsdok, perto do Museu de Arte Moderna (Museum Aan de Stroom), você encontrará a barco. 

DIA 4: Antuérpia -navegando para o Kreekraksluizen - Willemstad, 34 mi ou 40 mi. (56 ou 65 km)
Hoje de manhã, você navegará pelo grande porto de Antwerp, que o leva à Holanda, onde você começa seu passeio de bicicleta nas eclusas de Kreekrak. De bicicleta, você fará um belo passeio pela 'Brabantse wal', uma parede de areia que remonta aos tempos em que os mamutes vagavam pela área. Hoje você não encontra grandes elefantes, mas a área parecia perfeita para os campos de morango e aspargos. Portanto, esteja aqui na época da colheita (dependendo do clima: por volta de junho). Das florestas ao redor de Bergen op Zoom, você continua por uma paisagem mais árdua até a antiga cidade fortificada de Willemstad, perto dos Volkeraksluizen (bloqueios) em Haringvliet, os bloqueios mais movimentados da Europa

 

DIA 5: Willemstad - navegando para Werkendam, pedalando para Gorinchem, 28 mi. (45 km)
O barco zarpa cedo de forma que você possa fazer um belo tour de Werkendam pelas terras de Heusden e Altena. você continua seu passeio pela cidade fortificada de Heusden. A partir daqui, outro rio, o 'Afgedamde Maas' leva você de volta ao rio Waal, onde você iniciou sua turnê esta manhã. Aqui você encontrará outra bela cidade fortificada, Woudrichem. Uma balsa leva você para o outro lado do rio, onde você embarca no navio.

DIA 6: Gorinchem - pedalando para Vianen, navegando para Utrecht, 30 milhas. (50 km)
De Gorinchem seguimos as curvas do Linge, através do Betuwe . Esta área é conhecida por seus pomares e, portanto, coberta de flores nos meses de abril e maio. Ao longo da cidade de Leerdam, você continua seu passeio na direção norte em direção a Utrecht. A caminho de Utrecht, você passará pelo 'Wiel van Bassa', o maior buraco de dique da Holanda e outra relíquia da eterna batalha contra a água. De Vianen, você navega para Utrecht. Após o jantar, você pode pegar um ônibus público para o antigo centro de Utrecht.

DIA 7: Utrecht - Amsterdã, 24 mi. (40 km)
Durante o café da manhã, navegaremos até Breukelen e depois pedalaremos até Amsterdã ao longo de dois belos rios da Holanda, o Vecht e o Amstel. Pela rota encontrará belas casas de campo e mansões do século XVIII e seus esplêndidos jardins. Após o jantar, terá a opção de fazer um passeio de barco pelos canais de Amsterdã.

DIA 8: Partida de Amsterdã

O ponto de ancoragem da barco em Amsterdã é o Oosterdok (perto do Science Center NEMO, Oosterdok 2), localizado a 1,2 km / 0,75 milhas da Estação Central de Amsterdã.
Existe um trem direto que sai 6 vezes por hora da Estação Central de Amsterdã para o Aeroporto Schiphol. O tempo de viagem é de aproximadamente 16 minutos.

Se você estiver saindo do aeroporto de Bruxelas, pode pegar o trem internacional (Intercity). O tempo de viagem é de 3 horas.

Certifique-se de verificar em que dia seu passeio começa!

Dia 1: Chegada em Bruges, 6 mi. (11 km)
Dia 2: Bruges - Gante, 21 ou 36 mi. (35 ou 57 km)
Dia 3: Gante - Dendermonde - St. Amands, 24 ou 32 mi. (40 ou 53 km)
Dia 4: St. Amands - Temse - Antuérpia, 19 ou 31 mi. (32 ou 49 km)
Dia 5: Antuérpia - Kreekrak bloqueia | Fechaduras Kreekrak - Tholen | Tholen - Willemstad - Dordrecht, 13 ou 23 mi. (20 ou 36 km)
Dia 6: Dordrecht - Kinderdijk | Kinderdijk - Schoonhoven - Vianen, 19 ou 36 km. (32 ou 57 km)
Dia 7: Vianen - Breukelen | Breukelen - Amsterdã, 23 ou 28 mi. (36 ou 46 km)
Dia 8: Amsterdã

Dia 1: Chegada em Bruges
Chegada e embarque em Bruges, a cidade histórica classificada como Patrimônio Mundial da UNESCO, apropriadamente denominada “Pérola da Flandres”. Você pode embarcar entre 13:00 e 14:00. Seu navio espera por você no porto de Bruges. É possível levar sua bagagem a bordo às 11h, mas observe que sua cabine não estará pronta para o check-in. Às 14h, entraga de bicicleta e uma curta viagem de teste. Após o jantar, o guia o levará a uma curta caminhada pelo centro da cidade. O barco permanece em Bruges durante a noite, para que haja tempo de sobra para explorar esta bela cidade! Enquanto estiver lá, não deixe de visitar um de seus muitos museus ou simplesmente apreciar a beleza e a cultura deslumbrantes desta cidade inesquecível no conforto de um café na calçada.

Dia 2: Bruges - Gante, 21 ou 36 mi. (35 ou 57 km)
Seu passeio de bicicleta começa hoje cedo, nos arredores de Bruges, após a distribuição de bicicletas após o café da manhã. Você começará seu primeiro dia de bicicleta pedalando em direção a Ghent através da bela paisagem flamenga ao longo do canal de Ghent. Ao chegar em Ghent, conheça essa cidade histórica o que tem a oferecer durante um passeio à tarde. O centro da cidade de Ghent apresenta lindas ruas iluminadas que você deve explorar, com  a riqueza arquitetônica no centro histórico da cidade (durante a Idade Média, Ghent foi a segunda maior cidade européia depois de Paris). Seu barco atracará durante a noite na eclusa Merelbeke, em um subúrbio de Ghent e aprox. 15 minutos de bicicleta para o centro da cidade.

Dia 3: Gent - Dendermonde - St. Amands, 24 ou 32 mi. (40 ou 53 km)
Após o café da manhã em Gent, você pedalará através de uma paisagem diversificada ao longo do rio Schelde das marés até Dendermonde, localizado na junção dos rios Dender e Schelde. Há apenas uma maneira de descrever a paisagem ao longo da Schelde e isso é "magnífico", um dos destaques do passeio. Durante esta seção do Schelde, a velocidade do navio será determinada pela altura da maré. Você vai viajar de Dendermonde para St. Amands, de bicicleta ou barco, dependendo da maré. Seu hotel flutuante será atracado durante a noite em St. Amands.

Dia 4: St. Amands - Temse - Antuérpia 19 ou 31 mi. (32 ou 49 km)
Você seguirá o rio Schelde mais a jusante, através da região de Temse, até .Antuérpia  Ao longo dos séculos, o rio Schelde tem tido importância estratégica para os romanos, vikings, espanhóis e Napoleão . hoje é uma bela via fluvial perfeita para férias de bicicleta e barco! Antuérpia, seu destino para o dia, é uma cidade portuária famosa por lidar com até 80% dos diamantes em bruto do mundo e como o berço do famoso pintor Sir Peter Paul Rubens. Há muitos destaques na cidade para descobrir, incluindo a Prefeitura, um dos vários edifícios majestosos construídos durante o período renascentista, a histórica Praça da Cidade, o Mercado Grote, a Catedral Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe e o Castelo Steen medieval. O jantar será na cidade em um restaurante de sua escolha (recomendações disponíveis a bordo).

Dia 5: Antuérpia - Kreekrak bloqueia | Fechaduras Kreekrak - Tholen | Tholen - Willemstad - Dordrecht, 13 ou 23 mi. (20 ou 36 km)
Hoje de manhã, o navio navegará ao longo do Canal Schelde-Reno e sobre o imenso sistema de trava Kreekrak. Aqui, seu passeio de bicicleta começa pela bela floresta “Wouwse Plantage” para Tholen. Tholen era uma ilha no meio dos grandes córregos da Zelândia, onde muitas pessoas pescavam para viver. Atualmente, Tholen está conectado ao continente de várias maneiras. Mas ainda é uma vila pitoresca com muitas relíquias de um passado agitado. De Tholen, você se juntará ao navio novamente para uma tarde agradável navegando até a cidade de Dordrecht. No meio do caminho, o navio passará pelo impressionante sistema de trava Volkerak.

Dordrecht, uma das cidades mais antigas da Holanda é o seu destino para o dia. O guia irá levá-lo para uma caminhada noturna e falar sobre a história da Holanda.

Dia 6: Dordrecht - Kinderdijk | Kinderdijk - Schoonhoven - Vianen, 19 ou 36 km. (32 ou 57 km)
Hoje você começará seu passeio com o "Waterbus", um ferry rápido que levará você e sua bicicleta em apenas 10 minutos a Alblasserdam. Após apenas alguns minutos de bicicleta, você chegará a Kinderdijk, uma vila famosa por sua impressionante linha de 19 moinhos de vento listados como patrimônio cultural da UNESCO - um dos quais você pode visitar (não esqueça sua câmera!). Os moinhos de vento foram construídos no século XVIII para bombear água do polder baixo de Alblasserwaard (um polder é uma área de terra baixa, cercada por aterros). Você continuará a pedalar por Schoonhoven até Vianen, uma pequena cidade fortificada no rio Lek (onde ficará ancorado à noite e poderá explorar o seu lazer após o jantar).

Dia 7: Vianen - Breukelen | Breukelen - Amsterdã, 23 ou 28 mi. (36 ou 46 km)
Durante o café da manhã, seu barco cruzará para Breukelen, onde você desembarca para começar seu último dia de ciclismo. Passeie ao longo do rio Vecht em uma área famosa por suas belas mansões, pequenos castelos, casas impressionantes e seus grandes jardins. Depois de pedalar pelas aldeias de Nieuwersluis, Loenen e Vreeland, você chegará a Nigtevecht, onde pode visitar uma fazenda de queijos tradicional. Continue de bicicleta pela cidade histórica de Muiden e siga para Amsterdã, onde você encontrará o barco pela última vez no porto de Amsterdã.

Dia 8: Partida
Desembarque às 9h30.

1º de agosto no Magnifique e 5 de agosto no Magnifique II:

Os dias 1 a 6 serão os listados acima.

Dia 7: Vianen - Utrecht (36 km / 23 mi. Ou 46 km / 28 mi.)
Seu último dia de ciclismo começa em Vianen. Passeie pela Hollandse IJssel pelo coração verde da Holanda até a pequena cidade de Montfoort. Este belo local data da idade média, onde você ainda pode admirar alguns locais históricos, como o antigo centro da cidade. O passeio termina em Utrecht, onde você encontrará a barcaça pela última vez ao longo do canal Amsterdã-Reno.

Dia 8: Utrecht
Fim do passeio: desembarque após o café da manhã até as 21h30.

 

Dia 1: Bruges, o embarque começa às 14:00. Você pode participar de um curto passeio de bicicleta até Damme. Passeio guiado pela cidade à noite. 9 - 12 mi. (15-20 km)
Dia 2: Bruges - Gante, 22 ou 37 mi. (35 ou 60 km). Possibilidade de permanecer a bordo durante uma parte do itinerário de bicicleta.
Dia 3: Ghent - Goes, apresentando o mundo insular de Zeeland,   28 mi. (45 km)
Dia 4: Goes - Zierikzee - Willemstad (possível pernoite em Dordrecht) apresentando as obras da Delta, 22 ou 37 mi. (35 ou 60 km)
Dia 5: Willemstad (ou Dordrecht) - Gorinchem,  31 mi. (50 km)
Opção 1: Antiga área das marés de Biesbosch por ferry
Opção 2: De barco até o local da Unesco em Kinderdijk, com seus 19 moinhos de vento (bombeamento de água).
Opção 3: Woudrichem para o castelo medieval de Loevestein de balsa.
Dia 6: Gorinchem - Vianen, 25 ou 37 mi. (40 ou 60 km)
Dia 7: Vianen - Breukelen - Amsterdã,  31 mi. (50 km)
Dia 8: Partida de Amsterdã

Dia 1: Bruges, 9 - 12 mi. (15-20 km)
O embarque começa às 14h. O navio será atracado perto do centro da cidade de Bruges. À tarde, é possível participar de um passeio de teste pelas muralhas da cidade e pelo campo até a pequena cidade vizinha de Damme, o antigo porto marítimo de Bruges. Após o jantar, você pode participar de uma caminhada (guiada) nesta cidade medieval bem preservada

Dia 2: Bruges - Gante, 22 ou 37 mi. (35 ou 60 km)
No domingo de manhã, você sai de Bruges, pedalando ao longo do canal que liga Bruges à sua "cidade irmã" em Gante. O passeio é diversificado e leva você a bosques, campos e aldeias. As estradas são boas e levemente percorridas. Ghent é uma das principais cidades da Flandres e tem mais de 250.000 habitantes. Vale a pena visitar o centro medieval. Em Gent, seu guia mostrará alguns dos destaques da cidade, que foi uma das maiores cidades da Europa nos anos 1400. Famosos são os pontos turísticos das igrejas e quais (os chamados "leien"). St. Baafscathedral abriga uma obra-prima da arte: O Cordeiro Místico, criado pelos irmãos Van Eyck (início do século XV).

Dia 3: Ghent - Goes, apresentando o mundo insular de Zeeland, 28mi. (45 km)
Após dois dias visitando duas jóias medievais, o navio partirá de manhã cedo em direção à fronteira com a Holanda. Um canal principal conecta Gent com o mar. Entre eles estão apenas as fechaduras perto de Terneuzen. Você atravessa a hidrovia Westerschelde, que é o principal estuário que liga o porto de Antuérpia ao mar e entra na província de Zeeland. Esta província tem uma longa história de convivência e luta contra o mar. O antigo mundo das ilhas no delta de Schelde, entre os rios Maas, Waal e Rijn, agora está conectado por represas e pontes e protegido por enormes barreiras marítimas. O navio o levará à antiga ilha de Zuid-Beveland, onde você pode ir à praia com suas bicicletas. Uma paisagem muito cênica leva à cidade de Goes, durante a noite.

Dia 4: Goes - Zierikzee - Willemstad (possível pernoite em Dordrecht) apresentando as obras da Delta, 22 ou 37 mi. (35 ou 60 km)
Na Zelândia, espera-se ter o vento nas costas. O predominante é do sudoeste! Se não for esse o caso, o clima pode ser ainda melhor. O vento do leste geralmente significa tempo bom e sem chuva. Mas na Holanda, você nunca sabe. Os melhores ciclistas podem cobrir toda a distância, se quiserem. Caso contrário, o capitão poderá levá-lo um pouco mais para o nordeste. Nesse caso, pode-se apreciar esse mundo de terra e água do navio. Atravessando a entrada marítima de Oosterschelde por uma ponte (5 km), você tem tempo para visitar a bela pequena cidade de Zierikzee, um bom lugar para uma parada de café. Você continua seu passeio na ilha de Schouwen-Duiveland. A inundação de 1953 teve um grande impacto nesta ilha. Perto da costa, você pode encontrar o recém-expandido museu Flood, abrigado em 4 ex-caixões, grandes caixas de concreto flutuantes que foram usadas para preencher as lacunas nos diques quebrados!

Após a vila piscatória de Bruinisse, os ciclistas seguem uma barragem até a próxima (antiga) ilha de Goeree-Overflakkee. Um bom lugar para uma parada é Oude Tonge, e a rota continua até Willemstad, uma antiga cidade fortificada. As muralhas e o fosso ainda estão lá. Se possível, o navio passará a noite em Willemstad; caso contrário, você navegará para Dordrecht durante o jantar.

Dia 5: Willemstad (ou Dordrecht) - Gorinchem, , 31 mi (50 km)
Opção 1: Antiga área das marés de Biesbosch por ferry
Opção 2: De barco até o local da Unesco em Kinderdijk, com seus 19 moinhos de vento (bombeamento de água).
Opção 3: Woudrichem para o castelo medieval de Loevestein de balsa

Dia 6: Gorinchem - Vianen, 25 ou 37 mi. (40 ou 60 km)
Hoje é dia de pedalar entre dois rios principais, seguindo um estreito entre eles, rodeado por belas aldeias e estradas sinuosas. Uma visita ao museu do vidro em Leerdam é uma opção. O local de amarração será Vianen, no rio Lek.

Dia 7: Vianen - Breukelen - Amsterdã, , 31 mi. (50 km)
Durante o café da manhã, o navio leva você para a vila de Breukelen, onde você deixa suas bicicletas. Ao longo do cênico rio Vecht, com belas casas e jardins, você caminha de bicicleta para o norte. Depois de uma parada para o café, continue o trajeto até Weesp, uma bonita vila e um bom lugar para almoçar. Seu dia termina na cidade de Amsterdã. À noite, você pode fazer um passeio pelo canal em Amsterdã ou se juntar ao guia em um passeio pela cidade.

Dia 8: Partida de Amsterdã

 

DIA 1: Embarque em Bruges às 14h
DIA 2: Bruges - Ghent,  34 mi (57 km)
DIA 3: Ghent - Dendermonde 24 mi. (40 km
DIA 4: Dendermonde-Antuérpia, 21 ou 39 mi. (48 ou 63 km)
DIA 5: Antuérpia - Kreekrak Locks |Fechaduras Krekrak - Tholen, 13 ou 23 mi. (36 km ou 20 km) | Tholen - Dordrecht
DIA 6: Dordrecht - Alblassderdam - Alblasserdam - Kinderdijk - Schoonhoven - Vianen, 36 mi. (57 km)
DIA 7: Vianen - Breukelen | Breukelen - Amsterdã, 24mi. (38 km) ou 29 mi. (48 km)
DIA 8: Desembarque em Amsterdã

Observe que os ciclistas que escolherem a opção mais curta perderão alguns dos destaques que podem ser vistos nas rotas de bicicleta mais longas.

1 de agosto no Fluvius:

Os dias 1 a 6 serão os listados acima.

Dia 7 (sex): Vianen - Utrecht (36 km/23 mi. or 46 km/28 mi.)
Seu último dia de ciclismo começa em Vianen. Passeie pela Hollandse IJssel pelo coração verde da Holanda até a pequena cidade de Montfoort. Este belo local data da idade média, onde você ainda pode admirar alguns locais históricos, como a antiga prefeitura. O passeio termina em Utrecht, onde você encontrará a barcaça pela última vez ao longo do canal Amsterdã-Reno.

Dia 8: Utrecht
Fim do passeio: desembarque após o café da manhã até as 9h30.

Dia 1: Bruges - Aalterbrug - Gante, 22 km. (22 km)
O embarque começa às 13:00. O navio partirá do porto às 14h para navegar até Ghent, parando em Aalterbrug para os ciclistas desembarcarem. O navio irá parar antes de Ghent para buscá-lo e você poderá desfrutar do seu primeiro “cruzeiro de jantar” para Ghent. Aproveite as belas partes de Ghent durante um passeio noturno. O barco será ancorada em uma eclusa em Merelbeke, nos subúrbios de Ghent e aprox. 30 minutos de bicicleta do centro da cidade. Recomendamos uma noite extra antes da sua excursão em Bruges, para que você possa explorar seu romance.
Dia 2: Gante - Merelbeke - Denermonde - St. Amands, 24 - 31 mi. (40-50 km)
Dia 3: Dendermonde / St. Amands - Temse - Antuérpia, 27 -37 mi. (45-61 km)
Dia 4: Antuérpia - Kreekrak locks - Tholen, 22 mi. (35 km)
Dia 5: Tholen - Willemstad - Dordrecht, 22 mi. (35 km)
Dia 6: Dordrecht - Kinderdijk - Schoonhoven - Vianen, 55 km. (55 km)
Dia 7: Vianen - Breukelen - Amsterdã, 22 - 29 mi. (36-46 km)
Dia 8: Amsterdã

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  • Eileen M. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The biking and our tour guide Jack amazing and so knowledgeable!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Carol M. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Very well organised. Beautiful scenery, brilliant guide, lovely food, good company, fantastic weather. Have booked to go on another one!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Michael F. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We’ve traveled widely over the years, and this trip was among our favorite vacations. Most memorable was just the intimate sense the trip provided of the various cities, towns and villages along our route. That sense was amplified by the after-ride walking tours led by our guides. Good stuff, all.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Tred M. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The two tour guides were great, food and accommodations were wonderful.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Patricia D. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Windmills in the mist, cherry beer, lunch with cows, fairy tale villages, and lovely flat bikes paths are memories I’ll treasure forever.
    We loved breaking off from the herd for a day of discovery. The bike app made this so easy. Dinners were scrumptious! Highly recommend traveling Brugge to Amsterdam to have the wind at your back along the polders.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Lauren W. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    My son and I bonded while exercising and seeing the world. We had an amazing experience on our Bike and Barge trip from Brugge to Amsterdam, had the most awesome tour guides and met fabulous people. The sites, the accommodations and food were top notch. Not many teens would brag about traveling with their moms but mine did! Thank you!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Rob H. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Bruges was outstanding, boat crew very nice.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Renee R. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Make sure you buy trip insurance. My father died unexpectedly and it reimbursed me to go home from the embarkment site before I even got on the barge.

    Boat: Merlijn

    • Carla 3 months ago     Staff

      Hi Renee,
      I am really sorry for your loss. But I am so glad you, at least, had one less thing to worry about. I could write a book about all the scenarios where travel insurance could have helped customers. Thanks for leaving feedback about it! I hope we can help you with a future tour, when you're ready.

  • Sue M. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We so recommend this trip. We cycled mostly on cycle paths or quiet country roads but when we occasionally had busy roads or intersections our guide Bart ensured we were safe. Everything was well organized crew were great. Meals were very good. Our guide Bart set a good pace and gave us a lot of information.

    Boat: Wending

  • Jill S. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Overall the trip was good and we enjoyed our time. However, we did have some things that could be improved -
    firstly the e-bikes that we rented had several problems with them and were unreliable
    secondly I found the choice of food strange for being on a tour in Europe - we had Mexican food, followed by Asian food & sushi. What was wrong with french or belgium or even North American (seeing that we were all from NA). There was no flexibility or accommodation of other types of food.
    The group leader should have allowed some of us to go ahead with maps rather than keep us in a long line of 20 people strung out with the slowest members behind the leader. We are all adults and professional people and do not wish to be treated like children.

    Boat: Liza Marleen

  • Hamilton C. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The bike trips is very easy and fantastic.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Brenda R. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The crew and service provided by our crew on the Anna Antal was excellent. Mijintje (Marianne) our tour leader was a National guide and provided a well paced, safe and lovely route, pointing out important and interesting sites in towns along the way. In the evening Marianne offered activities from walking tours, to an art gallery and a fun group sing song. Nicole our chef was superb offering delicious breakfast and 3 course dinner meals...even provided a rice table for our final evening.
    Most memorable was cycling on the fantastic array of paths winding along canals, rivers and through forests, pastures and towns made enjoyable by the excellent bikes provided to us. The view from the changed from day to day. The homes along the route were well maintained and occupants seemed to take pride in showing something of beauty in the front windows such as bright flower bouquets, vases or pictures. A terrific bike and barge experience!

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • Jeannette D. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We loved Bruges! Also many of the villages we visited along the way!

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Tim W. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We just completed the bike and barge tour from Bruges to Amsterdam. The staff were excellent- professional, knowledgeable and safety-conscious. Our cabin on the barge Fluvius was clean and cozy. The food and service on the Fluvius was exceptional. Touring Belgium and the Netherlands by bike was fantastic. We would highly recommend and are already planning our next bike and barge adventure.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Judy L. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Coming around a corner in rural netherlands and seeing a tradition windmill complete with thatched roof! Beautiful!

    Boat: Sailing Home

  • Montgomery M. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Sailing Home exceeded my expectations! The crew was excellent, the scenery magnificant, and I totally didn't expect a French-trained gourmet chef to prepare our meals complete with nightly explanation of each dish and it's country of origin. This is an intimate cruise ship experience for only 24 persons.

    Boat: Sailing Home

  • Margaret M. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Very good guides (Johanas and Hanakka), food (Chef Michael) and Captain Chris and crew (Lena, Sil and Harm).

    It would be good to have pedals that don't let your feet slip off when riding in wet weather.

    Also, we didn't bring bathing suits because we didn't know (or notice in the info provided) there was a hot tub on the barge. So it would be good to make that amenity more prominent / eye catching in the materials.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Paulette M. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    This bike and barge trip really surprised us in such a great way. I had no idea how nice the boat was going to be and it held only 40 passengers which was a plus. The staff was fabulous and helpful in every way and the food was amazing. We had the time of our lives cycling through Brugge to Amsterdam. The scenery and bike trails were outstanding and the sites to see along the way were really fun. I will definitely use Tripsite again.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Donna H. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The food was excellent - our cook Nicole did amazing 3 course dinner meals and breakfasts in her tiny kitchen, loved the pancakes!
    Our guide Marianne was enthusiastic, knowledgeable about the areas traveled, and had planned activities for after dinner.

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • Hart B. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The food was excellent, having a small group was great.

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • Timothy W. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We just finished the Bruges to Amsterdam bike barge trip aboard the Fluvius. We had a fantastic active holiday!
    Our tour leaders Cory and Ilko were knowledgeable, professional, fun and safety minded. We can’t say enough about them! Our group of 35-40 (I think) had varied biking experience and aerobic ability. We were divided into the fast and ‘slightly less-fast’ group on most days and you could choose your group. Additionally, on most days there were two distances offered which allowed individual choice. This was perfect for us.
    The scenery was stunning. This was classified as an ‘easy’ bike ride due to the flat terrain and my wife and I agreed that that was an accurate description.
    We enjoyed our cabin on the Fluvius. We had a main level cabin with a window that could open. There was a storage closet, room under the bed to store luggage and some shelving beside the bed. Accommodation was a bit tight (to be expected) but we Read more… managed just fine.
    The food exceeded my expectation. The portions were ample and the meals were very tasty. We had lots to choose from at breakfast, we made our own lunches at the breakfast buffet (I’m not sure how fresh bread and croissants appeared each day) and at dinner there were always two choices provided for the entree. We couldn’t have been happier.
    If you are interested in seeing some wonderful scenery in two beautiful countries, enjoy cycling and being active and like the adventure of meeting new people from other countries, this is the trip for you!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Dave E. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Best part? It was a tie between our wonderful fellow passengers and the excellent crew.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Kerry L. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The scenery from the barge is beautiful. The scenery while biking is wonderful. It was nice to get a different perspective from the bike instead of being in a car or bus. The meals were fantastic and the organization was brilliant. Definitely worth doing.

    Boat: Wending

  • Ann S. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    It was all fabulous - the route, the people, our guide and the food!

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • john c. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was the 1st tour for Jeannie and me with Tripsite. We have been on several (many) tours a of similar nature. Most of these tours were wonderful experiences. VBT was one that was particularly memorable, but in our opinion, this Bruges to Amsterdam with Tripsite was the best sofar. Our guide Tom was incredible. His knowledge and attention to detail was quite amazing. He kept us not only safe but entertained. The accommodations were extremely comfortable and the food served on board, outstanding. All in all, a "do it again" kind of experience. Thx., Jeannie and John

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Mary Lee L. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Magnifique III is a newer luxury barge that was very comfortable, kept immaculately clean, and managed by a most capable crew. There was plentiful food that was artfully prepared by Michael. We marveled at how he was able to pull off such cuisine daily. It is hard to mention any one crew member, though, as all were very friendly, well-trained, and efficient. Everyone worked well together like a family.

    My husband's health prevented him from biking, so we opted to rent a car and meet the barge each afternoon when it docked. For those unable to bike, this proved to be an enjoyable alternative.

    My tip is to secure an upper suite. While our friends were happy with accommodations on the lower level, we enjoyed the larger window and the extra space with 2 chairs.

    My suggestion is that the breakfast buffet is arranged so the smaller plates of food are spread out. Because they are placed together in the corner of the counter, only 1-2 people can serve themselves at a Read more… time, which makes the line take a much longer time.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Patricia Ann S. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The entire crew on the Anna Antal was superior. They all contributed immensely to the overall experience. The cycling was amazing - always felt very comfortable on the bike paths and roads.

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • Gene C. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: The charming villages and the crew on the boat.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Eileen M. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The biking everyday and our tour guide Jack. Amazing. Also loved the night tours of the towns. Jack was so knowledgeable

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Kathy M. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The scenery was absolutely beautiful and thankfully the weather was the same. If I had to make one suggestion it would be to improve the food on board. I don't think that can vegetables are a great reflection of the fresh vegetables that were all over the countryside. I also think that there should be more options for vegetarians.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Jeanne A. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Well organized, high quality experience.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Carol T. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    I have visited Amsterdam 3x so was well acquainted with the City, but for someone who has never been there before I would strongly recommend they plan extra time before or after the trip to Explore

    I loved Brugge and had never visit before I wish I had allowed more days there

    Packed smartly but the key is layers & several bike shorts/capri's as the weather is changeable

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Meg C. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part of the trip was when we got close to Amsterdam and were cycling with the canals on one side which had gorgeous beautifully maintained gardens and farmland on the other. This was a spectacular view which offered us the quietness of the country road to cycle on with just beauty to take in.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Kathryn C. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Hard to say what was the best part. The route we took was beautiful - along rivers and canals, through rural areas, stopping in places of interest. The weather happened to be perfect. Our guides were wonderful and really did take extra steps to show us some special places. The boat was very comfortable and captain and crew were great. It was my first bike tour and I am really looking forward to the next.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Judy C. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The crew were amazing! The food was absolutely delicious. The people on the trip with us were great! Very well organized. The cycle tour guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the countries we toured in (Belgium and Holland) and took extra time to ensure that we saw a variety of sites.

    The only thing I would suggest is a way for the guide cycling at the front to communicate with the person at the back.

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • Paul K. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Guides were very knowledgeable & helpful............ The crew went above & beyond...........

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Kathleen S. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a magical evening on the magnifique II when one of our guides "Hester" performed an Oboe concert for all of us. Hester is a professional musician & shared her amazing talent with all of us. It was a beautiful night on the water, the boat was lit with candles & we all listened with awe & appreciation as Hester performed for us. We were in this intimate setting, with new friends, listening to live, gorgeous classical music. We looked around & thought wow- This is truly "Heaven on Earth" "A pinch me moment" What a memorable night!!! We can't wait to go another Magnifique adventure with Tripsite.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Carolyn C. 7 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Magnifique 2 was a beautiful boat with a top-notch professional staff. The food was outstanding, the beds were comfortable and the biking was beautiful. I strongly recommend this tour.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • David P 7 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    A group of 14 of us traveled on the Magnifique from Bruge to Amsterdam and had an exceptional time. The crew was lead by Capitan Bart, and the hospitality was provided by Sandra. Chef Anita provided exceptional meals each day, and tour guides Tom and Corrie plotted our daily course, lead us through the various villages in Belgium and the Netherlands, and provided both direction, cultural history, and entertainment.
    The crew was fantastic, providing context, history, support, encouragement and even a few special requests (birthdays) that they were happy to provide.

    The Magnifique was elegant and a terrific home for meals, rest, and laughter while we were not biking, touring, or walking through the villages, towns and cities.

    The bikes (ebikes, and regular bikes) were quality, and provided great transportation as we visited historical villages and towns throughout the region. We will be back, and are already planning our next trip. Thank you for everything! What an Read more… exceptional way to see and visit various aspects of Europe.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Maryanne W. 7 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We really enjoyed the tour from Bruges to Amsterdam. We had a great guide who read the weather and the group well. The food on the barge was wonderful and varied. The staff did their best to accommodate everyone. Next time I would not bring my own helmet. The helmets provided seemed to be very good and no one who used them had a complaint. I would recommend this trip to those who want an easy cycling trip.

    Boat: Wending

  • Cynthia S. 7 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    My adult daughter and I enjoyed every minute of our bicycle/barge trip. Our barge was the Wending and the guide, barge captain, cook, and deckhand were all excellent. Our 24-speed hybrid bicycles were in great shape and the cabins were comfortable and clean. The meals were delicious, gourmet, and tailored to meet the different nutritional needs of our group. Cycling through Belgium and the Netherlands was beautiful, generally flat, and fun. There were frequent stops, historical, cultural, and/or entertaining. 22 bicyclists from throughout the U.S. and Canada became good friends by the end of our tour. If you are uncertain about riding a bike for 15-40 miles a day for 7 days, you can do it. Go for it!

    Boat: Wending

  • Jane M. 7 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    I loved biking through the rural parts of Belgium and The Netherlands. It made me feel as if I was getting a sense of what it would be like to live there. Nit was amazing to me how important the bicycle is as a standard mode of transportation. The bike trail network is unbelievable. I ventured on my own one day. I thought it was important to try and figure out the route without a guide. Even though I got lost I learned a few things: 1) Common sense prevails and if you have any sense of direction and can read a map, you'll be fine; 2) Even though I did fine on my own, going with the group allowed me to look around much more; 3) The guides were wonderful and accommodated all levels of bikers; 4). Don't be inhibited by being a novice biker. If you haven't done a lot of biking, the guides were very helpful and many people used an e-bike so they were comfortable in keeping up with the group; 5). Be open to meeting other people on the tour. We really enjoyed talking Read more… with people from all over the world and sharing our ideas and cultures.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Amy M. 8 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The riding was wonderful. Our guides made sure we had a new experience every day- canals, windmills, forests, farmland, and fun stops along the way. I had a smile on my face almost the entire time.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Cheryl M. 8 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    I loved the beautiful scenery, the incredible food and the intimate size of the group. Perhaps my favorite memory was getting to see places that tourists don't typically see. Or maybe it was the feeling of great exercise and total relaxation. Or maybe it was being away from my busy work life and spending time with my husband. Hard to decide.

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • Darryl B. 8 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Very satisfied with all aspects of our trip. The boat and meals were excellent. Our 2 guides were outstanding. Route was scenic and stops well planned and interesting. We will definitely tour again with Tripsite and would gladly provide a strong recommendation to all considering such a venture.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Siegel D. 8 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    It was such a wonderful routine, breakfast on the boat, ride, coffee, ride, picnic lunch, ride, coffee, boat, beer and wine while unwinding, dinner, repeat...

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Bruce I. 8 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Unexpectedly great food, congenial crew, guides and fellow passengers, interesting routes through farmland, residential areas and quaint towns.

    For this particular barge, Magnifique II, it was not necessary to bring our own helmets as the supplied ones were of very good quality. Our suitcases were too thick to fit under the beds. Get measurements from the tour provider if this is important for you.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Jane G. 8 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We thought the accommodations, food, route, scenery and guides were all excellent. We especially enjoyed stopping in the quaint towns for coffee, lunch or to sample the local beer, often feeling as though we'd stepped back in time. Bicycling is a wonderful way to soak up all that Belgium and the Netherlands offer.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Frederika H. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a fabulous trip by bike and barge from Brugge to Amsterdam booked through Tripsite.com. The accommodation was intimate, quaint and very clean. The staff were true professionals and the food delicious. We highly recommend this tour!

    Boat: Wending

  • Bryan F. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    My wife and I did the Bike and Barge trip from Bruges to Amsterdam in the fall of 2017. Absolutely the best European vacation trip we have ever taken. We met and rode our bicycles daily with the Aussies, the Brits, the Canadians, and the Germans. We shared saddle sores from the bike rides, and cocktails in the evening when we finished at our barge! We enjoyed gourmet meals, and BBQ on the deck of our barge, and incredible breakfast's every morning as we prepped for the next days adventure!!! We have never done anything like this and were so amazed and rewarded we have immediately booked our next Bike & Barge trip, this time bringing our friends, who want to experience this unique way to travel !!! Thank you Tripsite!!!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Marianne B. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    My husband and I have been on over 100 vacations (some shorter than longer) and we both agree this was the best trip ever! We saw parts of the Netherlands we never would have seen on a typical escorted bus type tour. The food, staff, scenery and itinerary were amazing! We laugh when we describe the cabin; "When one of us is doing something, the other must stand and wait." The rooms were small but very clean and comfortable and had everything we needed.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Valerie K. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Bruges to Amsterdam on the Magnifique II was a dream come true. Luxurious boat, fabulous crew and incredible scenery every day. It was a perfect vacation.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Gary Y. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    The food and service were exemplary. As good or better than any of the 20+ cruises we have been on.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Michael O. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Sailing Home was a great boat, well finished, very clean, lots of room and nice staff. The trip from Bruges to Amsterdam was very scenic and flat country yet the riding did not offer the flexibility friends had experienced with other tours.
    We had expected to ride 30kms (+or- 10) a day and were somewhat surprised to hear the daily ride was 60 kms. That said, on one day, it was possible to ride 20 kms in the morning then 40 kms in the afternoon as the bike route crossed the boats route.
    There were nine in our group and to a person we thought it would have been far better to have the boat dock at mid day for people wanting to ride a shorter distance, then head to the overnight stopping point. We would have liked the option to stop in some local villages, had lunch in a cafe and strolled at some of the scenic spots. It is not supposed to be the Tour de France.
    Would we do it again, yes, but at our own pace, so we would do it 'self guided' next time as I Read more… don't think our guide could comprehend our desire to enjoy all the joys of the ride.

    Boat: Sailing Home

  • Steyn R. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Best parts: Having the same bed to return to after each day's cycling
    Efficiency and pleasantness of staff

    Boat: Fiep

  • Carol E. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a wonderful time on our trip from Bruges to Amsterdam,
    everyone was so friendly and helpful...we have booked another trip
    next Sept.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Ann A. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Seeing the original Brooklyn (Breukelen, Netherlands) Bridge, and all the other quaint and charming towns between Brugge and Amsterdam was wonderful and worth every pedal!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • April S. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Awesome experience...biked along canals, by windmills and visited cities...literally smelled the roses. Must do!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Krystal W. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    It’s really hard to choose just one memorable experience. Everything was amazing, but I’ll narrow my favorites down to two. Riding through Kinderdijk area and hanging in Ghent was amazing. I would have liked to have had more time to explore the windmills at Kinderdijk. It would have also been great to have more of a selection for our lunch packets. Otherwise everything was amazing.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Maricar K. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    The staff made the trip memorable by going the extra mile. I loved the side tours and friends we made. They made you feel like you were on the Queen Elizabeth liner. A tip is to go with the flow and don’t race to your next destination. Stop and smell the flowers.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • John G. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    The camaraderie is what we will remember most on the Bruges to Amsterdam tour. For the third consecutive tour we were the only Americans and loved the company of our Canadian and Australian fellow- travelers as well as the Dutch crew. (If we wanted to be with other Americans we could stay home).
    The actual touring was pleasant rather than spectacular on this our fifth bike and barge trip booked with Tripsite. No Pont du Gard, Bridge of Sighs or Eiffel Tower but there were the Dutch Alps which was a reference to the many canal bridges in the Netherlands. The red soccer shirts adorning the statues of Belgian royalty and heroes reflected local support for their World Cup team.
    I like to refer to these trips as "making best friends we'll never see again"

    Boat: Zwaan

  • Ross M. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was truly an amazing adventure with great people from around the world. We are now Bike vacation people for life. Can't wait for our next booked trip to start!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Adele S. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Biking on paths that were mostly not too crowded. The architecture was so different from the U.S. I really enjoyed seeing the neat homes with lots of flowers still in bloom in late Sept. The small towns full of beautiful old buildings and churches. Our guide did a great job of teaching us the history of the area.

    Boat: Wending

  • Kevin H. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    My partner and I are experienced cycle tourists who have had to take a few years off. We expected to enjoy it, but not as much as if we were rising independently. We couldn't have been more wrong! Maybe we just struck it lucky with our particular group, but we found them all interesting and nice to spend time with, the crew were all amazing, bikes ideal for the purpose and route well-selected and interesting. What I have also found myself raving about is value for money. For this kind of organized trip my expectation was that we would be paying a premium for not having organized everything ourselves: in fact we couldn't possibly have organized anything like this experience for less cost - the value was exceptional. We will certainly be back.

    Boat: Anna Antal

  • Sue D. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    We thoroughly enjoyed our barge/cycle tour from Bruges to Amsterdam. We were lucky that the weather was cool and mostly dry with light to moderate winds behind us most of the way, thankfully. We had a fun mix of travelers from Denmark, Canada, the US and Australia and our 2 guides led us on some interesting and informative tours of towns and villages along the way. We all enjoyed the quality and variety of the evening meals and were able to set off each day after a hearty breakfast with plenty of lunch and snacks in our saddle bags. We were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the barge, the Fluvius. The dining area was modern and had ample room for relaxing and dining and lots of guests enjoyed the top deck area after a long day riding. We were on the lower deck with 2 single beds and our own ensuite. It was large enough for two people and had ample storage for our suitcases and bike gear. A lockable safe and hair dryer were in each room. The cycle itself was very easy as the Read more… countryside, while beautiful, is very flat. Having said that, the ride was varied as we were sometimes following rivers or canals and at others riding through forest or farmland, though tiny villages or into incredible cities such as Ghent or Antwerp. I would thoroughly recommend this cycle to others. It was our second barge/cycle tour and we can't wait to plan another.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Harold S. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    All days, with one exception, were beautiful, pleasurable, interesting, refreshing. The one exception day, that was actually most memorable, had very strong headwinds and some driving rain. It was the one day that added a sense of reality to this fabulous biking adventure.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Rhonda L. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part of the trip was meeting and traveling with people from around the world and learning about the the two fascinating countries on our tour--Belgium and Holland. The Magnifique's atmosphere and crew were wonderful, too!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Murray B. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    What made our trip memorable were the outstanding guides we had, Arie and Andre. They were fun loving, knowledgeable, complimentary and very patient. They responded quickly and decisively during two minor crises that befell our group. Kudos to them and to the entire staff of the Magnifique II.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Pat M. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Bruges to Amsterdam BOAT-BIKE tour created memories that will last a lifetime! We really enjoyed the people we met. The staff was very welcoming and accommodating. The guests were interesting and fun to get to know - we hope to keep in touch with several of the couples that we met. The cycling was at a good pace and the frequent breaks for coffee and regional treats added to the experience. We toured through a nice mix of historical sites and local neighborhoods. After cycling, arriving back at the boat to have a glass of wine while dinner was prepared was the ultimate in being pampered. We will definitely book another tour through Tripsite.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Ross M. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great experience, highly recommend this trip. You have made us bike and barge travelers TIP: Bruges to Amsterdam is with the wind recommend this direction.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Holly B. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most memorable part? All of it. Loved everything about it. Loved the cities and biking through the beautiful bike trails and seeing the countryside.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Alice C. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Loved the whole experience - the scenery, everything about the ship (comfort and food), and the people on the tour. The staff was outstanding the entire time. I had such a great time that I'll be doing another bike tour next year! This was my first, and the Magnifique II sets the bar so high that it'll be tough to meet, never mind beat, that! My suggestions are primarily around the bike itself, which could be better. It was really old and rusty in some places, and the gear indicator was so smudged that I couldn't tell which gear I was in. Also, was not convinced that the lowest gear on the bike was actually the lowest, as it felt harder than the 3rd gear on my bike. I had no previous experience with bikes with paddle brakes, so it took some getting used to, especially with starting and stopping, since I couldn't kick up the paddle on my starting foot to push off and mount. I'm very, very glad I brought my own saddle. I know the rental ones bothered at least one Read more… of the more experienced cyclists on the tour. Tripsite was not entirely helpful in this regard, and told me I'd have to bring my own tools to switch out the saddle. However, as I suspected, that was not necessary at all. The tour staff had the necessary tools and then some in order to make bike adjustments. I picked the direction (Bruges to Amsterdam) to avoid strong headwinds, and it mostly worked out. Did experience some, especially on the last day riding into Amsterdam. I trained for it, so it wasn't an issue. It bothered some of the folks, so you'd want to be prepared (or get an ebike). Finally, if you go during the rainy season, be prepared. We rode most of the 36 miles on the first day through rain, which was at times heavy, and had to sit out a thunderstorm for a while on another day. None of the above took away from the great trip I had. Just offering some tips for trip preparation and what to expect. I highly recommend this tour!

    Boat: Magnifique II

    • Carla from Tripsite 1 year ago     Staff

      Hi Alice - Thanks so much for your feedback! I'm so glad you enjoyed your tour so much.
      Regarding the saddle issue - the boat's policy is to ask guests to bring their own tools to install just in case they are not able to do this. In any case, glad it all worked out. Thanks again!

  • Houry S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I loved the biking through the country roads and the small towns that we stopped at were awesome!! This trip allowed us to visit and see places that the average tourist doesn't experience. Loved it!! Can't wait for another trip.

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • Doug K. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The staff on the barge were always very helpful and friendly.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Jackie S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our guide, Geert, would take us on an after dinner historical walking tour of each town where we were staying the night. Geert was extremely knowledgeable about every place we went. Between all we saw during the day while we were biking, and the after dinner walking tour, we learned so much! If Geert is your guide, don't miss a minute of his walks!

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • Kim C. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The trip, from start to finish, far exceeded our expectations. We were welcomed aboard by a very lovely crew and shown to our cabin. Accommodations, while "cozy" were clean, attractive and storage spaces were very thoughtfully planned; it never felt claustrophobic. Meals were as good as any four star restaurant and my gluten free needs were met without any problems. I cannot say enough about the crew and our guides; they were outgoing, caring, accommodating and fun to be around. I can say as much for the guests. I felt as if I was with old friends (not just the "old friends" with which we were travelling.) The bikes were in good condition and guides made sure everyone had a bike to fit their size. The tour, scenery, quick visits to churches and castles, even the little unexpected things, like vending machines filled with chilled strawberries, remain fixed in my memory as the most special experiences. We were very lucky that the weather was perfect each day. The Read more… ride and short stops in beautiful little towns added to this wonderful trip, and our guides, Tom and Hilko made each stop interesting and fun. I could go on, but suffice it to say, this will not be our last trip with Tripsite!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Jo-Anna K. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The whole trip was fantastic. The food was amazing, staff was wonderful and the barge was comfortable and gorgeous. Bruges and Ghent were our favorite stops.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Ellen R. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The entire barge and bike trip was superlative! But what impressed me the most biking and barging aboard the Magnifique besides the excellent accommodations, great and varied food, breathtaking scenery, and cultural stops, was the professionalism of the staff. The Bruges to Amsterdam crew of six were constantly working to make our week safe, enjoyable, and deplete of any hitches. If you have never even thought of a trip like this because you deemed it too adventurous, please reconsider! The 30 miles per day of riding were pretty easy even for a casual rider, and for anyone who has concerns about “keeping up” or has some physical limitations, e- bikes were available that leveled the playing field. I think that biking through a country really gives you an appreciation and in-depth feeling you would never get by touring more traditionally. And all those calories burned allows more ingestion of Belgium’s famous chocolates and fries! Absolutely loved this Read more… trip!

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Carol K. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Magnifique III was so much better than imagined. Great looking barge inside & out! Dining room glowed, friendly bar, wonderful creative chef. I’m a “foodie” and never expected such fresh delicious meals. Room accommodations small neat clean would have liked little more room so 2 people could unpack their suitcases.
    Staff was friendly attentive and did their jobs efficiently. Bike trip was well planned, I personally would have liked to have been able to stop a few more times to enjoy scenery surroundings & picturesque small towns.
    I recommend a bike/barge trip through Tripsite... I would consider another!

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Paul M. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great ship, staff and scenery.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • VeeAnn C. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Everything was fantastic. Each day they gave route instructions. I tried to follow along with the instructions with the ride, but in reality, I would have missed several turns if I had not stayed with the group. So even though theoretically, you can do self-guided, I think in reality it would have been a mistake. I believe the first day the route guidance indicated some photo places that we did not stop at. Either the guide didn't want to, or we had gone a slightly different route. I do think the guides modified the routes slightly based on wind, riders etc. But all in all FABULOUS trip - thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Rhoda S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our bike and barge trip with Tripsite from Brugges to Amsterdam was a wonderful trip we will remember always! The Magnifique II was luxurious, the food was amazing, the scenery was gorgeous, and our bike guides were fantastic. Overall we would recommend this company to all our friends and we are already planning our trip for next year!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Ruth W. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: The lovely scenery and the excellent condition of all the bike paths.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Jacky H. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: Sharing the beautiful scenery while biking with great friends

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Michelle P. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The barge staff, tour guides and fellow bike riders were the best part of this tour! Please know that this is definitely a bike tour. We zipped through towns at a steady pace but it wasn’t unbearable for a novice bike rider like me. However there wasn’t much time to visit any towns and do some sightseeing.

    Boat: Magnifique III

  • Jeffrey W. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: Riding through the Belgian countryside

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Ann A. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Brugge to Amsterdam trip was a very flat, easy trip and we recommend it for beginner barge and bikers. Our main criticism was that although the guides were very nice and helpful, we would have liked more information and history on the sights along the way, and more picture stops.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Janet M. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The guides were truly terrific.
    The routes and stopping cafes were wonderfully thought out. Bathrooms at stops were very clean. Pace of rides was perfect for a first time experience.
    The food on board was outstanding. Chef Alex was sensational!
    The lunch meat, cheeses,and bread selections were great for making our road food.
    This was our first Bike and Barge experience. It was wonderful!
    Thanks to everyone!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Maria C. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I enjoyed the countryside trails most. The trip was really totally good. As a biker whose biking skills are a bit rusty, it was a challenge, and I am glad I could do it!

    Boat: Liza Marleen

  • Michel D. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We were very happy with the biking experience, the food, the scenery, our new biking friends, our wonderful guide and the rest of the employees on the boat. We were disappointed at the end of the trip when we were advised that we had possibly been exposed to bed bugs. Adding to the disappointment, ship staff blamed us for having brought the bed bugs aboard the ship.

    Other than this issue, we had a wonderful trip!

    Boat: Liza Marleen

  • Annie & Steve F. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a fantastic time on our Bruges to Amsterdam bike and barge. The boat was just lovely and the cabins beautiful and crisply clean each day upon our return. The chef did outstanding food, especially the barbecue evening with a meringue cake to die for! Our guide Hugo was such fun and passionate about the land and history. Great energy! The best part were our fellow bikers that became friends by the end of the week. A great experience.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Wendy S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I loved this trip from Bruges to Amsterdam! The guides were very good and ensured we were all safe and all together. The bike paths were flat, very well marked and easy to follow when we went out on our own. The guides made sure we had our maps and emergency tools and our phone numbers in case of emergency. The scenery was beautiful and we enjoyed the countryside with farm fields, flowers, horses, sheep, birds, rivers and lakes. The rooms on the barge were bigger and better than I expected. We had a cabin on the upper deck which included a large window which was nice. The food was simple, plenty and good. It was good to be prepared for all weather types when riding. Riding gloves helped with cooler days as well as preventing blisters from the bike handles.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Barbara O. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We travelled from Bruges to Amsterdam. Stunning scenery, lovely accommodations, competent staff, outstanding guide. It was an excellent way to visit major cities and sleepy villages lost in time. We were impressed with the history of the Netherlands and got to see exquisitely beautiful buildings and works of art. By the end of the week, all bikers knew each other, so the sense of camaraderie was very comfortable. Can’t wait to plan another trip.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Janet C. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our guides were terrific, funny and knowledgeable. The choice of our route was very interesting. Also our waiters Stephan and Naomi were delightful.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Charlotte G. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most memorable was biking through the peaceful countryside, getting lost (not with the guides, but when we ventured out on our own), finding a real working windmill, and being invited inside by the owner. Lunch selections could have varied more but dinner onboard was always wonderful. Staff was also on point and always ready to help.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Barbara N. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    A great balance of activity, wonderful scenery, and interesting towns and culture. Lovely!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Corri & Tom H. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    FOOD & staff aboard the Gandalf were amazing and loved Ghent!!!!

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Michael P. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I enjoyed the whole trip. The pace was perfect, fast enough to be interesting, with constantly changing scenery and a mix of cities, villages, and farmland, and yet slow enough to enjoy and savor the experience. Our travel guide and the staff on the Gandalf were fantastic and looked after us almost like royalty, but still with a casual and friendly approach.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Ed W. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Bike , boat, staff and fellow travelers all great fun. Memorable trip for me and still talking about to my mates at home in Australia.

    Boat: Fiep

  • Carmen P. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The barge is beautiful & clean. The food fantastic! I totally enjoy the countryside & the cities we stopped at. I always recommend this trip from Bruges to Amsterdam.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Jim W. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Beautiful scenery. If you are an experienced cyclist, consider splitting off with a smaller group. The group was too large with varied skills, making the ride less than it could have been.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Warren S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our first bike tour. It was a very enjoyable experience. Friendly, professional staff. Great accommodation, food and customer service by all the staff. Cycling is a great way to leisurely enjoy all that the local countryside has to offer. We’ll be back!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Mark M. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our guide on the bike trips (Jack) was friendly, knowledgeable, and went above and beyond our expectations, even taking us on evening walks after dinner.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Laurie P. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    There was so much about the trip, starting with the wonderful food, great staff and our tour guide, along with the wonderful sights along the way!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Marianne B. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Best trip I have been on to date and we typically take three vacations per year for the last thirty years!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Debbie S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our guide Tom was amazing, he guided during the day and walked around towns and visited places in the evening. fantastic trip, we are doing it again next May in Provence.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Freddie O. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I actually crashed my bike at the end of the first day, tried riding an ebike the next day but found it too painful. Therefore I spent the remainder of the trip on the barge, totally loved it. My suggestion for others would be to make sure to train, most of the people on our trip felt that they were being pushed and that the distance biked each day was too far. Also, for myself I felt that the bike was just too big for me and that contributed to my accident. Our guide (Fred) was delightful as were the crew of the Gandalf and the meals were fabulous. So, overall a great experience in spite of the spill.

    Boat: Gandalf

    • Jehiel from Tripsite 2 years ago     Staff

      Hi Freddie,
      We are sorry to hear about your fall but are happy you still enjoyed the rest of your trip. We do our very best to prepare our clients for the daily biking distances by listing them on the the tour page in the "Skill Level" and "Day to Day Itinerary" sections. We also recommend taking the bike for a short ride when being fitted so that the bike hand can make adjustments if needed. A properly fitted bike is very important!
      Glad you are ok and we hope to help you plan another trip soon!

  • Joanne R. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Cycling through Belgium and Holland was fabulous. Looking forward to Paris to Bruges trip in future.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Kim F. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Cannot recommend this trip highly enough. What a perfect way to discover a new place. The staff and the food were outstanding!!

    Boat: Elodie

  • Francine G. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: The people and the beer!!

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • Angeliene B. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    As a 69 year old female I was thrilled to be able to have an active vacation , biking and then relaxing on board after a day of cycling. I hope to be able to do another bike/barge trip in 2018. Lovely to meet so many like minded people from many different backgrounds and places where they live, loved the trip!!!

    Boat: Lena Maria

  • Debbie S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our guide Tom was amazing, he guided during the day and walked around towns and visited places in the evening. Fantastic trip, we are doing it again next May in Provence.

  • Linda P. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part of the trip was the people! The time spent with our small group from all over the world was so unique and enjoyable. The staff made everything feel like home and were just as much a part of our group as the other guests were. I will definitely book again with Tripsite!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Greg G. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: Biking the Belgian countryside

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Linda M. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The tour guide was great. He took us to wonderful little locations for coffee & lunch breaks while biking. He clearly had built relationships with people at the stops. He took us for walks into town in the evening and knew history of buildings &/or towns.
    The bikes were in great condition.
    The captain (& his dog) were great, circulating and getting to know the passengers.
    The food was very good and the young crew worked very hard.
    I would go again with this barge, captain & tour guide in a heartbeat.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Nancy S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Hard to pick the most memorable part, I continued to be awed every single day! The food was amazing kudos to the chef for sure! The staff on the Fluvius were so hard working and made sure everything from our rooms to our social times were perfect. absolutely amazing!
    The tour guides were so helpful, patience and lots of fun, to say the least!
    Tripsite made every step from the booking to the beginning of the adventure so easy, keeping us informed, answering all the questions etc., etc. (And we had many!)
    Can’t thank you all enough!
    Looking forward to my next trip with Tripsite.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Bruce H. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I enjoyed the bonding that occurred with our fellow travellers over our shared biking experiences. The pathways and route were amazing. Tips for others: Be prepared to have a great time.

  • Debra G. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Staff was fantastic! Amazing overall experience.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Cheryl T. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Absolutely fabulous trip, even though we didn't see much sun. It seemed the rain always held off until we were sheltered. The clouds added to the beauty of the gorgeous countryside. Our guide, Mike, did not coddle us, so we were able to cycle in our individual comfort zones. The "Dutch Mountains" (head winds) challenged us on a few days, but only added to the flavour of the trip. Mike introduced us to some lovely spots for our coffee/lunch breaks to re-energise.
    Staff on board the Lisa Marleen were delightful & helpful too. Many good memories, but the one that stands out was in the last day when we had, more then usual, rain squalls & intermittent sunshine. This, of course, resulted in rainbows. At least 4! We deemed it "rainbow day". It was a Rainbow of a trip.

    Boat: Liza Marleen

    • Lorrie Gilbert 2 years ago    

      I was just reading through reviews as I think about another bike/barge trip for 2018 and saw this one from Cheryl--a trip mate--who writes about our amazing tour in Oct. 2017 on the Liza Marleen. We had a fabulous time aboard this barge. It is cozy, comfortable, clean, and perfect in every way for a small, compact typical Dutch barge. Our crew were kind, generous, inclusive, and organized. Mike Visser, our bike guide is knowledgeable about the terrain and routes, and in a change of weather or route could get us to a great cafe or castle if we so desired. Chef Markus: all I can say is wow! Every meal was a joy and a visual feast. Myrte was an awesome member of the crew, and Jeroen captained our boat with skill and humor. The biking was easy, but the winds made each day a fun challenge. We biked through farmlands, expanses of fields and crops, cattle, canals, windmills, small lovely towns, and great cities. My husband used an e-bike and loved it and felt accomplished at the Read more… end of the trip. That e-bike made it possible for him to do this trip. I can't say enough about how much fun it was! And we were a lucky in that a random group of strangers hit it off so well and laughed, relaxed, danced and toured together--even with the crew. No hierarchy here--just crew and guests working and playing together. Thank you for a great experience! And thank you, Markus, for acknowledging not one but three--mine included-- birthdays uniquely! And yes, lots of rainbows.

  • Andy K. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: Riding through beautiful villages and countryside! We stopped in beautiful places to eat lunch, rest and take pictures. Our guide Alfonse was amazing! Our last night, we took a private boat cruise on the canals in Amsterdam, arranged by our guide! AWESOME TRIP!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Andrea R. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part: Riding through area of windmills.
    We were frustrated by the slow pace of our group.

    Boat: Tijdgeest

  • Charlott H. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Bike and Barge in Belgium and Holland was a whole week of memories and is at the top of my favorite trips! You are surrounded daily by beautiful landscapes and architecture unique to the Netherlands. The bikes are perfect for extended times of riding and you are on bike paths close to canals for most of the trip. This is an active vacation which I prefer but is never too difficult. Everything is done for you so there was never any worries and I was relaxed all week. Meeting people from around the world is amazing. I had the fortunate experience of meeting a special couple from Australia and that was a bonus! I hope to do this trip again in the near future.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Marie B. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Overall this was a great experience. The boat was clean and the staff friendly. The itinerary and scenery was beautiful. The only negative was that the website had several inaccuracies. For example, the mileage each day was much longer than published. Also, the number of meals provided was less than published.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Jim W. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great experience, although a very large group to be riding together. The food was good but not great. Made some friends and really enjoyed the trip.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Bryan F. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    What I enjoyed most about my Boat & Bike trip were the rides through the countryside in the early mornings when it was quiet, and the only sound was the hum of my bicycle. Secondly, were the times we moved the boat during breakfast. I found myself staring out the window at life and business along the canals. Lastly, the new friends we made, from Britain, Australia, and Canada!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Rick C. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The country side, the guide was very personable and knowable of the routes, sites with a very positive and safety conscious attitude. More time in some of the major centres (Gent, Antwerp) I would recommend that travelers arrive at least one day preferable two in advance of the bike & barge departure and stay at least 2 days afterwards to enjoy the cities of Bruges and Amsterdam. The availability of e-bikes was essential so that those less experienced in pedalling the distances could enjoy the biking part of the trip.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Michael P. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I really enjoyed the variety of the tour, including bike rides through pastoral countryside and alongside canals, and walking tours through fascinating historical cities and towns. The food and drink were highlights, both on and off the boat, and I really enjoyed traveling with a great group of fellow travelers. The crew and guide were fantastic! The Tripsite guidebook included suggestions for tipping the crew and guide. Our group felt that the suggested tip amounts were not adequate, so we tipped a lot more than what was suggested.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Kevin Armstrong 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I have done this trip from Amsterdam to Bruges as well. I found this version to not be as enjoyable. The reason was there was not as much on the route to see and take in. I think that there are some differences do to which barge you are on which may restrict the routes. Bruges is amazing as was Amsterdam but in between nothing exciting. The barge was amazing (Sailing Home) with a wonderful chef. I love this style of touring and have done 8 of them and will do more!

    Boat: Sailing Home

  • Esti G. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The group was lovely, the guide knew a lot and explained it very good, (he shouldn't bring his 7 years old son with him!) we think that a biking tour guide must have good, modern flat-wheel repairing set!!!

    Boat: Tijdgeest

  • Dena L. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The guide was great, the scenery was amazing! Better food for lunch. Screen on the window so the bugs cant get in or put in air conditioning!

  • Kim F. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Could not be happier with every aspect of the trip. The meals were outstanding and the scenery was beautiful.

    Boat: Elodie

  • Joe B. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The biking part of the trip takes you through some of the most beautiful countryside in Belgium and the Netherlands. The tour guide is very knowledgeable about the history of the landscape. It's a very casual pace so keeping up is never a problem. There are many stops for coffee, lunch and afternoon breaks while biking.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Deanna G. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The entire week was fabulous. Loved cycling through the towns and country side. Tom our guide was very nice and an excellent guide. I also enjoyed our evening walking tour, especially when he brought us to the home of an artist and his wife. I bought a few pieces of jewelry.
    We were very lucky with the weather and even ate outside 2 nights.
    Loved that we were a small group and I knew everyone after a couple of days . I enjoyed everything.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Barbara C. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most memorable parts: The camaraderie of the group and of course the fabulous meal by Chef Franco.

    Boat: Fiep

  • Marianne B. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Cycling along canals, stopping at picturesque locations, short tours of historic locations, all with a knowledgeable, patient, funny guide made this a most fabulous way to see the countryside of Belgium and the Netherlands.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Tom P. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The bikes, barge, food and staff were excellent. The biking distances every day were such that it left very little time for off bike sightseeing , but the bike route was really great. Thanks for a great trip.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Doug P. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable parts: The strawberry vending machine. Next was the rude employee on the boat who gave me and my wife a hard time on occasion.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Debbie G. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Every day was so wonderful, the entire trip was so memorable.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Franziska P. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Love the boat ride, also liked the bikes and bike riding as well as our tour guide.
    The food was too American, it could have been more European. The scenery was
    lovely and the trails terrific. Weather fantastic. Would do it again.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Linda B. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most memorable part: Lovely long days of biking through beautiful countries.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Rinske B. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    It was a wonderful experience! The staff was very friendly especially our guide Tom Stout, and the sailor Joop was a fount of information with regard to ships and harbours.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Elisabeth D. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Everything was more than I expected, but especially the knowledge and good humor and patience of our guide Tom.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Arden C. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most memorable parts: Cycling, getting to know the Yannie our fearless guide, the other guests and crew. Tip: Have a comprehensive wifi connection on your phone or pad.

  • Linda Wilson 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    On the Fiep June 3 - 10, 2017. Coba, Gerard, Franco, Karen, Ilse and Laura were our crew and guides. I cannot imagine better. Our passenger group was wonderful. The best vacation ever and I am ready to go again soon.

    Boat: Fiep

  • Bev V. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part of the trip was the camaraderie with staff and participants while riding through beautiful scenery.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Teresa L. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this trip. I loved biking through different scenery - quaint villages and towns, beautiful forests, farmland and countryside. It is the perfect way to see parts of Belgium and Holland. You can go at your own pace because the trails are so well marked. The barge is beautiful and the rooms are comfortable. I can't say enough about the staff, they were excellent. I definitely recommend this trip and can't wait to do it again!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Arja L. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Magnifique II and staff were more amazing than we expected! The bike routes were absolutely beautiful with very well planned and laid out maps. Overall a very memorable experience that I am highly recommending to every one I talk to.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • Cindy M. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Directions were terrible for Amsterdam and the last two days there were not the number routes we needed on the intersections so was confusing. All hotels were good but one was a dive and not nice. Hotel Piccard.

  • Robert E. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most memorable was the friendliness, patience and helpfullness of the staff!

  • Spencer H. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The barge crew were exceptional. The cook treated each guest as a friend. Accommodated our request for a birthday cake. He even baked it on his own time. The scenery was exactly as anticipated.

  • Margeret M. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I cannot say enough about the whole trip. The Barge accommodations were perfect for all my needs, the food aboard the MS Fluvius was way beyond what I expected - such a variety and the quality and quantity were superb. The staff on board could not have been more obliging - so eager to help so much fun. Our Guide was just simply the best (Jack/Jacques) knowledgeable and helpful, concerned always for our safety and our enjoyment. All our stops for coffee breaks and lunch breaks were also well planned. Would I recommend this trip to my friends? You Bet!! Look forward to going again - Thanks Tripsite

  • Trudy D. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The bike-friendly paths through magnificent landscapes in Belgium and the Netherlands was outstanding.

  • Michele Y. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part of this trip was our impromptu swim off the boat. Jumping from the top and getting 22 of us in the water including the Captain.

  • Maria P. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    It was a wonderful way to see the country. Wonderful fellow travelers and the crew couldn't gave been more accommodating . So much fun!

  • Eldon W. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    LIa is the best guide we've ever worked with - well informed, good managing people, qualified in every way; and went well beyond what she had to do in her position. All the riding - even in the rain and varied road surfaces - was extremely pleasant.

    Because Lia is an exceptional guide; on this trip one guide for up to 30 cyclists worked well. In most cases, however, I think having only one guide for this large a group - especially a group with many novice riders - is bad practice. Also, a water bottle cage and a cyclometer on the bike would have been nice.

    Boat: Magnifique

    • Jehiel 3 years ago     Staff

      Hello Eldon,
      We are glad that you had a great time and think highly of Lia! We do agree that a second guide, especially for larger groups would be preferable, however, because of the nature of the tour and the fact that many people do opt for the self-guided option, having two guide for all tours isn't always possible.

      Water bottles can be easily stowed in your handle bar bag or panniers. Cyclometers aren't provided on this tour but you are always welcome to bring your own.

      Thanks again for your feedback!

  • Judee W. 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Wonderful staff - the entire trip was just great! Tome, our guide was exceptional.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • J. House 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Everything was A-1. I was totally surprised when our tour guide Tom managed to reunite me with my lost "zebra" luggage on a cobblestone street corner 4 days into the trip! Thanks, Tom!

  • Barbara Kallay 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    My husband and I had a great bike trip. Riding through the Belgium/Netherlands was delightful. The staff made the trip most memorable- Jacob (bike guide), Els (boat captain), Thomas (cook).

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • S. Lior 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part of my trip were the small towns and villages that we visited. These are places where tourists rarely venture. The people are friendly and open for conversations; willing to share their lives and experiences with us. And curious to know about us as well. I have so many wonderful memories.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • P. O'Hagan 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Having the map to tryi to not get lost was so much fun. Thank you to all the staff for making the bike barge a great activity vacation.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • A & M Decourcy 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great trip BUT.. We decided to cycle with 6 others because we are experienced riders. We were counting on the signage being much more complete and easier to follow. At times, there was no indication of where to go. Our path just ended! Also, the bigger group, of about 18, had some inexperienced riders and we felt that riding in this large a group could be dangerous...which proved to be the case.
    In one case, a previous rider had taken the liberty to use a marker to write our path number on a sign. Thanks to him/her we were able to continue on without taking out the GPS. Had this been done on several other signs, we would not have had to find our way ...using GPS..on many occasions. There were also 4 other Europeans, who cycled as a group, who experienced the same sense of frustration as us.
    We will forward a photo to the Tripsite website. Thanks for providing a most enjoyable and memorable trip.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • D. Pincar 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I would recommend it, but with reservations. I think there should have been two guides, one to take a faster group and one for a beginner group. A few people on the trip should not have been. They were not comfortable on their bikes, and were a daily danger to whomever they were near. Something should have been done about it.
    I also would have liked to ride faster, and spend more free time in the little towns.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • E. Hull-parsons 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I have planned to contact you with feedback, but haven't. The staff was great except the guide. He was not friendly or helpful. We were all disappointed in his lack of leadership and "guiding". Of the three trips we have taken, this was the least appealing. The route was not attractive, and mostly industrial, urban or rural. We were near places we know were charming and interesting, but did not visit them. I'm left wondering if it is that tour company. For 35 people biking there really should have been more staff on the road with us. Still love you!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • R. Oliver 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We sailed on the Magnifique II from Bruges to Amsterdam, 25 June to 1 July, under the able command of skipper Paul, and ride leader Tom Tiedom. It was a magnificent experience in every way, even though we had a few odd showers to contend with. This is virtually a brand new barge with upscale accommodations and amenities. We had one of the four top-side suites, which are indeed larger, and with view windows that open as opposed to port holes. Tom, the ride leader and guide, was an extremely charming, knowledgeable and humorous fellow. He provided daily briefings on the next day's ride, all of which included ample coffee and food stops, as well as providing historic info. Indeed, the entire crew were extremely courteous and helpful in every respect, and the food delicious.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • J. Backes 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Fabulous trip. Great, hospitable staff willing to please, answer questions, professional, share information. Boat was clean, comfortable, well equipped. Food was excellent and there was plenty to enjoy.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • M. Mathews 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Was a fantastic trip!!! Tom was a great guide and will recommend this to others.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • J. Kister 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    When I first heard of a bike & barge trip, I thought I would be sleeping on a cot under the stars! After obtaining more info, I realized we would have a comfortable room but I was very impressed with our accommodations. It was like being on a mini cruise. Food was great, tour guide was personable and entertaining, friendly staff went out of their way to make this trip extra special. We had an arranged canal boat tour complete with champagne after arriving in Amsterdam! I would highly recommend the Magnifique and this crew, for an awesome way to experience Belgium and The Netherlands.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • L. Messing 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our guide Felix, was fun, knowledgeable and intuitive. His attitude and ease of being with people made even a horrible weather day endurable. The BIGGEST bonus was having Astrid along as a trainee. She added so much to every aspect of our journey and was a treasure trove of regional information.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • L. Pope 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Had a fantastic time, would highly recommend it to others!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • J. Backes 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Exceptional staff, welcoming, friendly, informative, knowledgable. Perhaps on the rides having a buddy system so the guide doesn't need to count all the people to make sure everyone is present would be my only suggestion. I sometimes got the sense that people wanted to stop more often to take pictures and no one told them not to but then it can take time away from getting to visit town at the end of the day. Perhaps that needs to be discussed in more depth. Sometimes some of the breaks were longer than necessary. Again they were fine but took time from visiting a town at the end of the trip.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • R. Wood 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Merlijn is a very special barge full of character and charm, beautifully appointed and owned and operated by the delightful Jantine and Henk. They along with their crew spoiled us rotten with great food and hospitality. Our bike ride was thru beautiful countryside and expertly guided and interpreted by a delightful Dutch couple, Jack and Marianne. They gave us great local insight. We thoroughly recommend the Merlijn and can't wait to return.

    Boat: Merlijn

  • S. Fryeskul 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The staff at Tripsite were amazing to deal with and very helpful about everything. I would recommend this company and biking trip to anyone.
    Thank you
    S. Fryeskul
    PS: We loved the new Magnifique II !!!

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • W. Staab 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great bike leader. Have name tags for participants or for bikes to help us w names. Would like to have been brave enough to ride on my own! Some participants were not really regular cyclists. Would have been good to have a briefing re group bike rules, including spacing, passing, signaling, warnings, etc.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • R. Ross 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Loved it! The crew was great, the boat was marvelously beautiful, the food was very good, and the overall atmosphere was perfectly casual and elegant at the same time. But: They should NOT charge for coffee/tea after 4pm. If the Bar Tab could be handled at the end of the trip by credit card it would be a bit more sophisticated, but not a deal breaker.

    Boat: Magnifique II

  • C. Powell 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This is one of the best trips I have ever been on. The boat was very clean, comfortable and new. The steps to the lower level kind of steep but very manageable. The staff was wonderful, especially the chef! and the bike guide! I liked the stops.The bikes were very enjoyable. I think the coffee could have been free all day instead of being charged for it after 4pm. I would love to do another trip!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • D. Yeabsley 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I would have liked for the table assignments to have been mixed up a little bit so we could get to know more people. I also think the sweep should have a walkie talkie so he can let the guide know when he has missed a turn. This was a fabulous trip! The guide, staff, food, tour and accommodations were perfect!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • K. Hadley 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Some wait staff could have been more accommodating. We seemed burdensome at times. Running out of food & then having to wait for more or not refilled at all was an annoyance.

    Boat: Fluvius

    • Jehiel 4 years ago     Staff

      Hello K. Hadley,
      We are very sorry to hear this. We have since spoken with our partners on the Fluvius and they have taken steps with their staff to correct this problem. We work very hard with our local partners to provide the best experience for our guests. We hope to help you plan your next trip!

  • T. Rosencrantz 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Bruges to Amsterdam Bike Barge trip starting May 7, 2016 on the Fluvius was fantastic from the minute we step on the barge in Bruges until the day it was over and departed the barge to take the foot ferry to Central Station in Amsterdam. Our guide Guus and the boat's crew were friendly and helpful 24/7. Loved all our fellow travelers too. The bike trips each day were through beautiful countryside and centuries old cities. The food on the boat was great. The bunks were comfy and the showers always had plenty of hot water. The bikes worked well. Our guide and our maps got us where we needed to go everyday. Even the weather was perfect! Can't wait to do another trip like this!

    Boat: Fluvius

  • C. Fligner 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Fabulous trip. The guide and staff were great. The biking was perfect. I would recommend highly and without reservation. Great trip. Great biking and guide and wonderful staff. The boat was very comfortable and the country was beautiful. I recommend this trip highly and without reservation.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Lynn McCormack 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Thomas our guide was excellent. It is surprising that people go on a bike trip with very little biking ability and poor fitness. We would love to go on another trip with a comparable barge.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Cheryle Cassidy 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    It was our first barge bike trip and hope to take another soon. Had a great time.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Earl Degler 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I enjoyed the trip and plan on doing more in the future. The only thing that will keep me from doing more is the current unrest in the world.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Howard Shuster 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great trip. The owners of the Merlijn were =Spectacular! We hope to find a time to travel with them again. The Barge was amazing for such a compact vessel. The rooms were surprisingly large as was the bathroom. The Barge was immaculate at all times. What a fun trip!!

    Boat: Merlijn

  • Dean Pond 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The above pretty well describes our satisfaction with our trip and we recommended our friends travel through your company which they did. We intend to take another barge/bicycle soon.

  • Philippe Tison 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I think the staff at Tripsite/Dutch Bike Tours should be obliged to do their bike routes once a year to pick up difficult signage. A ferry crossing as part of our schedule was not available on the day of the week we arrived and we had to do a long detour. The ferry never travels on that day at that time of the year and when I phoned the Dutch Tours hotline they didn't even know that. We were not impressed. Also, despite its 'star rating' the Velotel in Brugge is a very poor standard compared to the other hotels we stayed at. Terrible rooms and an awful location for seeing Brugge (but good for getting on the trail).

  • Robin Bagby 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Barge had bugs in drains. Lots in room every night. Aldo specifically booked comfort class boat for the AC. They turned it off before 9pm every night.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Michael and Carol Powell 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We have had a few cycling vacations with the help of Tripsite over the past few years. Tripsite staff has always been accessible and helpful with travel plans and specific information we required. Thanks for making it fun and easy. We'll be back!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Natadha Vickery 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Excellent guide, staff. Very friendly and helpful. No complaints.

    Boat: Tijdgeest

  • Christine Dear 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was my second trip on the Merlijn. Brought a group with me both times. Everything was fabulous. Jentien did an excellent job as chef and Henk, as the captain, was great. Our guides were excellent and most capable in emergencies. The towns we visited we interesting and our guides were able to fill us in on the history of the area. The bikes were in excellent shape. No flats! Will definitely travel with them again.

    My experience for our group with Tripsite was also the best. Have told many about your wonderful service. Thank you!

    Boat: Merlijn

  • Dick Shover 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our barge hosts were fabulous, as was our food. Guide on the bikes also was truly wonderful. It was a great experience.

    Boat: Merlijn

  • Mary Knapp 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The trip was great as were the hosts of the boat. Everything was exceptional even though it rained daily, that was not a detriment as everything made up for it.

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • Mary Knapp 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The trip was great as were the hosts of the boat. Everything was exceptional even though it rained daily, that was not a detriment as everything made up for it.

    Boat: Zwaantje

  • Ann Hodgson 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was actually the second time I took this trip. I went with friends last time and this time took family to share the experience with them.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Kay Howarth 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Bruges to Amsterdam was just wonderful and would recommend the smaller group of people. Just 24 was a good number. All the staff on the Fiep were great!

    Boat: Fiep

  • Natadha Vickery 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Excellent guide, staff. Very friendly and helpful. No complaints.

  • Doug Chittum 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The crew of the Magnifique on the Bruges to Amsterdam barge was fantastic! Have recommended it to others already.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Doug Lay 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Bruges to Amsterdam bike/barge trip last spring. From the easy, scenic rides, to the informative, knowledgeable guide to the excellent private accommodations on board the barge, I'm already looking at booking another bike/barge trip with Tripsite!

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Diane Denham 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I had an amazing time. I loved everything about it and I would recommend it to anyone. In fact I have recommended it to many many people.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • David Rossetti 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We were plagued by hot weather in early June. It was pleasant before and after our trip. Not your fault. The rest was great.

  • Allison Cook 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The bikes were a little beat up, but we enjoyed every aspect of the trip. My one complaint about the boat was that they shut off the AC at night and we couldn't open the portholes, so sleeping was not ideal. This year we are heading to Italy with 20 of our closest friends for the Venice to Mantova tour on the Ave Maria!

    Boat: Magnifique

  • James Green 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Barge was exceptionally good. The bike tour had some very good portions and a couple of sections that were not very enjoyable. Overall it was a great trip.

    Boat: Merlijn

  • John Ummels 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Cycling a wee bit fast. Most people were in fifties & sixties and I was seventy-nine.

    Boat: Wending

  • Joanne Ross 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Fabulous experience. Can't wait to go again.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Dave Holmes 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The stars were the staff of the Elodie. Just wonderful.

  • Margo Barber 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We've recommended this trip to lots of people. Would love to do another bike/barge trip.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Beda Casstevens 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Enjoyed every aspect of the trip.

    Boat: Zwaan

  • Richard Kurtz 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Cabins were nicer than I expected. We stayed with the guide as found the routes hard to navigate and the guide knew all the great stops. Dinners were good, breakfast and lunches needed more variety by the end of the week. We had fabulous weather and loved the route. Lots to see.

  • Lynn McCormack 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We really enjoyed our trip, our guide Thomas was excellent. As always with group travel, the mix was interesting and generally older than us and less fit. We have travelled with a group before but usually we are the oldest so this was different dynamics and did set the tone somewhat. Would look at a trip again when we are older or with our own group to fill the barge.
    Thanks,
    Lynn

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Joel Benedito Junior 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    1) In the boat is possible to rent helmet for EU$ 5/week. This renting is good for travelers that spend more time in Europe. I'm not sure if this information is available in the Tripsite's site.

    2) I ordered a E-bike for my wife. In the boat I saw that 2 kinds of E-bike are offered to the customers. My wife would love bike in a more comfortable E-bike.

    3) According to the staff of the boat, I should speak German. I don't know the source of this information. This information is used to organize the passengers in the restaurant.

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Karen Thomas 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We enjoyed ourselves so much that we are already planning another bike and barge trip. It would have been nice if there were a better split in English speaking guests as most of the guests spoke German and we didn't get a chance to mingle much. Tripsite was very good to work with and we would use this company again. "

    Boat: Fluvius

  • Diane Denham 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a fantastic trip we loved everything about it. I would recommend this trip to anyone. The people we met were so nice and helpful and friendly. Our Polish chef on the boat was fantastic.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Rachel Rulmyr 5 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    My husband and I(in our 60"s) were on the Sailing Home a month ago with 6 friends from Bruges to Amsterdam. We had the most wonderful time. Everything about this trip exceeded my expectations. The boat, our accommodations, the food, the crew were all excellent and I can't say enough about our guide Hugo. He was amazing and really made our trip memorable. He was funny and very knowledgeable about everything we saw so we got info about the countries and the politics. I highly recommended this fun trip for all ages and biking abilities.

  • Daniel Edwards 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    we just returned from our trip. Brugges to Amsterdam. It was AWESOME. We had such a great time on the Gandalf with Hans. Els was our biking guide. She was terrific. It was fabulous and a great way to spend my 50th birthday!

    Thank you for everything you did to arrange this trip for us. We will be back on some other trip in the future.

    Boat: Gandalf

  • Bonnie Johnson 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Not too sure what I can say that the above feedback haven't already said. We travelled as a group of 6 on the Magnifique from Brugge to Amsterdam May 31st to June 7th, 2014. Everything and everyone was top notch. We started out with Carl as our Captain but due to holidays the barges owner, Walter, took over. Not only can he handle the barge but he does a mean BBQ. Our guide Tom was perfect. With a great sense of humour and and sweet personality. There was not one person who did not get along with him. Meeka, bar tender, server, cleaner, and Peter the amazing cook finished off the crew. The barge itself was fantastic. No complaints there. The beds are extremely comfortable.

    Unfortunately one of our group was not able to complete the trip but we did meet a great group of people from all over the world.

    I am not the greatest biker but thoroughly enjoyed the whole journey and would do it again.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Victoria Diehl Levesque 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our Sept trip from Bruges to Amsterdam on The MS Magnifique, booked through Tripsite.com. Comfortable cabin, great food, hot tub wonderful after long days of biking! Crew easy going but always helpful and attentive. Multi national fellow passengers all good company. Definitely encourage bringing your own gel seat cover! I had an electric assist bike which I'd highly recommend if in any doubt about managing the occasionally challenging distances. Already thinking of booking another similar trip next year.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Loretta Dobson 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    My husband and I did the bike and barge tour from Bruges to Amsterdam Jun 29/2013 - and had the most amazing time!! Right from my first contact with the folks at Tripsite to the end of our tour - everything was perfect. Carl the Captain, Tom the guide and all the rest of the hardworking fun loving crew were amazing. We cycled some of the most beautiful countryside, Tom was very funny and looked after everyone - the ages on our tour were 16 to 77 - and we all felt comfortable. You can go at your own speed or go strictly with the group. The Magnifique was a beautiful and very comfortable boat - I loved it and I would be very hard pressed not to choose her again for our next trip - we are hoping to do a trip during the tulip season and maybe one in the early fall:) I actually wanted to book the return trip when we cycled into Amsterdam - but we were going to a friends wedding in Italy so had to continue on:) I really can not say enough good things about Tripsite on the organization side Read more… (friendly, knowledgeable and efficient; and the the crew of the Magnifique - they were all Magnifique!!!! Can't wait to go again.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Larry Schmidlin 7 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Just got back from this tour yesterday and wish that I could do it all again tomorrow! Went from Brugge to Amsterdam on the Manifique. Outstanding crew with Carl as the Captain and Tom as the guide. Tom has a great sense of humor and related to everyone on the tour, with an awesome biking experience and even walking tours in the town most evenings. The folks at Tripsite was great - with lots of communication. I felt very prepared prior to leaving. I enjoyed working with Tripsite and greatly enjoyed the entire experience. Highly recommended.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Ruyter Aquino 7 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Travel quite different from the usual, fantastic landscapes. Traveled on the MS Magnifique, excellent service and facilities. The group guide (Tom) is attentive and competent. So you can be conducting another tour. Congratulations.               Ruyter Aquino.

    Boat: Magnifique

  • Sailing on the Iris from Bruge to Amsterdam 7 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We booked our bike and barge trip with Pack and Pedal. We wanted a comfort plus barge and the Iris was recommended. The entire experience on the Iris was excellent. The staff were very competent and friendly, food was excellent, the guide was a great bike leader and was very knowlegable about the history and architecture of the areas we visited. I would highly recommend the Iris and Pack and Pedal. Carla at Pack and Pedal was very courteous and efficient. Booking the trip and making the trip was a top notch experience for us. We will use them again.

  • Cheri Emahiser 8 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our bike/barge tour to Bruge and Amsterdam in May was fantastic! Our tour leader, Tom, the boat captain, crew and accommodations aboard the Magnifique were terrific. We had a wonderful time with our fellow passengers from Norway, New Zealand, Germany, the East Coast and Switzerland. They were all such fun!

    We've traveled extensively and this trip turned out to be one of the best ever. The weather was wonderful and warm, which made for excellent bike riding and cruising on the boat in the evening. Going from Bruge to Amsterdam requires more cruising and less bike riding, we were told, but we loved every minute of our evenings on the top deck sailing through the locks.

    I hope we can book another trip with your company in the future; though this trip was so perfect, I worry that the next one wouldn't meet our expectations.

    Boat: Magnifique

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Feniks Foto

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Fluvius Foto

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Gandalf Foto

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Liza Marleen Foto

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Magnifique Foto

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Magnifique II Foto

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Magnifique III Foto

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Magnifique IV Foto

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Mecklenburg Foto

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Sailing Home Foto

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Wending Foto

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Zwaan Foto

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Zwaantje Foto

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