Dining and shopping in Nancy, France. Photo via Flickr:Juergen Adolph

Biking along the Mosel River. Photo via Flickr:Michal Osmenda
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Tour Lorena

França, Alemanha, Luxemburgo Passeio de Bicicleta e Barco

Pedale na Europa ao longo dos rios Moselle e Saar!

  • Estamos empolgados em oferecer mais uma aventura de bicicleta e barco no coração verde de Lorena.
    Pedale de Wasserbillig a Toul ou vice-versa em novas e muito bem conservadas ciclovias e caminhos históricos ao longo do rio Moselle e dos canais franceses. A área montanhosa entre Moselle e Meurthe oferece uma rica variedade de cultura e natureza, sem falar das excelentes condições para ciclismo. Para os interessados em história da Segunda Guerra Mundial, esta rota é especialmente atraente. Um destaque da rota é a cidade de Rodemack, listada como um dos 139 “Mais Bonitos Vilarejos da França”. Outro destaque é a Maignot Line, uma vasta fortificação ao longo da divisa França/Alemanha projetada para proteger, mas que se tornou um problema quando os alemães atacaram a França usando o blitzkrieg (guerra-relâmpago) – uma tática que isola e corta completamente a linha de defesa. Outro ponto de destaque é a cidade de Nancy, com seu famoso marco, Place Stanislas, construída pelo ex-rei da Polônia-Lituânia e pelo Duque de Lorainne, Stanisław Leszczyński. Não se esqueça de apreciar alguns pratos gourmet e os vinhos da região. A comida do interior de Lorena é baseada em produtos locais, sendo saudável e satisfatória. O Rei Stanislas, que se estabeleceu em Nancy, é creditado pela invenção do rum baba e do vol-au-vent. Uma receita clássica da cozinha francesa, o quiche, tem suas raízes em Lorena, onde permanece popular não importa a estação. As ameixas Mirabelle são a marca registrada do Lorraine. As pequenas ameixas amarelas têm seu próprio festival na época da colheita e podem ser consumidas frescas ou transformadas em licor ou geleia, ou ainda usadas como recheio das suculentas tortas Mirabelle! Aproveite!

  • PREÇOS 2017

    Preço $ 1,121 $ 1,419 934 NOK 9340 £ 890 kr 8622

    Suplemento para Single: $ 300 $ 380 250 NOK 2500 £ 238 kr 2308

    Desconto para a terceira pessoa em cabine tripla: $ 60 $ 76 50 NOK 500 £ 48 kr 462

    opções extras

    Aluguel de bicicleta elétrica (somente 5 disponíveis - quem solicitar primeiro, será atendido primeiro): $ 102 $ 129 85 NOK 850 £ 81 kr 785

    Suplemento para solicitações de dietas específicas (deve ser pago a bordo): $ 60 $ 76 50 NOK 500 £ 48 kr 462

    Transfers de e para o barco (pago no local):  $ 66 $ 84 55 NOK 550 £ 52 kr 508

    Noite extra em Luxemburg: $ 156 $ 197 130 NOK 1300 £ 124 kr 1200

    por favor note bem

    Por favor, note que os nossos preços são baseados no valor atual do combustível. Se o valor do combustível aumentar mais que 5%, um suplemento será cobrado, mesmo para reservas já confirmadas.

    As tarifas são baseadas em ocupação dupla.

    Leia antes de você reservar sua viagem.

    Recomendamos adquirir um seguro de viagem de bicicleta.

    Por favor consultar "Perguntas mais Frequentes"

  • Viagem

    Voe para o Aeroporto Internacional de Luxemburgo.

    Viagem Local

    As linhas de ônibus 9 e 16 ligam o aeroporto à estação central de trem de Luxemburgo. Dali, são cerca de 2h30 a 3 horas, com baldeação em Nimes.Para Wasserbilling, são apenas 35 minutos.

    Clima

    Verifique as condições do tempo antes da chegada. Temperaturas médias máxima/mínima em graus Celsius para a região: 21º/11º em junho; 23º/13º em julho; 24º/13º em agosto;20º/10º em setembro e 14º/6º em outubro.

    Observações

    Há 5 bicicletas elétricas disponíveis, baseado no empréstimo para quem solicitar primeiro.


Onde você ficará

A bordo do barco de categoria Comfort, o La Belle Fleur.

O que está incluído

  • 6 noites de acomodação
  • Cafés da manhã, almoços embalados e jantares*
  • Café e chá à bordo, à tarde
  • Guia turístico
  • Informações da rota
  • Tarifas da balsa
  • Bicicleta de 8 marchas equipada com sacola pannier, garrafa de água, capacete e cadeado (para uso apenas durante o passeio ciclístico do roteiro).
    • Para dietas especiais e vegetariana, por favor informe no momento da reserva. Uma taxa adicional pode ser incluída para algumas solicitações.

O que não está incluído

  • Taxas de entrada nos museus
  • Excursões
  • Qualquer outra bebida, além das mencionadas
  • Proteção de bicicleta
passeioBicicleta e Barco
tipoGuiado
NívelFácil–Moderado
duração7 dias
De934 Preços
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Datas do passeio

Datas 2018   

Wasserbillig a Toul
25-ago, 8-set, 22-set, 6-out, 2018

Toul a Wasserbillig
1-set, 15-set, 29-set, 13-out, 2018

Nível de Habilidade

Passeio de barco e bicicleta, de nível fácil a moderado, com distâncias diárias aproximadas de 40 km. O percurso mais longo é de 55 km e o mais curto, de 14 km. Terreno variado com colinas.

Barcos dos Passeios

Itinerário dia a dia

Tour Lorena Map

Wasserbillig a Toul:

Dia 1: Chegada em Wasserbillig, passeio pelas redondezas, 9 mi. (15 km)
Dia 2: Waserbillig - Remich - Nennig, 21 mi. (35 km)
Dia 3: Nennig - Schengen - Thionville, 24 mi. (40 km)
Dia 4: Thionville - Metz, 22 mi. (35 km)
Dia 5: Metz - Frouard, 34 or 15 mi. (55 or 25 km)
Dia 6: Frouard - Liverdun, 19 mi. (30 km)
Dia 7: Liverdun - Toul, 11 mi. (17 km)

DIA 1: Wasserbillig - Moselle 

A tripulação do Eva Josiena o receberá a bordo por volta de 15h no vilarejo fronteiriço de Wasserbillig. Comece com uma curta pedalada ao longo do Sauer, um afluente do rio Moselle, onde o barco estará ancorado. No percurso, aprecie vários vilarejos alemães típicos.

DIA 2: Moselle - Trier - Remich, e, depois, de barco para Schengen

Após o café da manhã, pedalamos para Remich, uma perola do rio Moselle. Na rota, paramos na pequena vila de Ehnen como seus museus de vinho. Em seguida, após caminhada pelas ruas estreitas e pitorescas, seguimos de bicicleta para a vila romana em Nennig com seus belos e bem preservados azuleijos. 

DIA 3: Schengen - Rodemack - Thionville

Pedale em direção à França, onde o cenário mudará. O vale do Moselle se torna plano e vasto dando a oportunidade de melhor visualizar seu interior. Antes de chegar a Luxemburgo,  uma pequena visata a vila de Schengen onde um importante tratado foi assinado e agora é um museu da Europa. Um visita a Linha Maginot é também parte do programa. Uma linha de defesa subterrânea na fronteira para defender a França e garantir seus suprimentos, em outras palavras, uma obra-prima da guerra. Na hora do cafezinho da tarde, o La Belle Fleur lhe espera em Thionville: uma cidade muito rica no passado, mas que agora primeiramente desfruta de suas belas construções.

DIA 4: Thionville - Metz

Pedalando ao longo do Moselle dedique o dia a tudo que tornou a região famosa, explorando sua herança industrial, natureza e exemplos perfeitos de conquistas culturais. Pedale por ciclovias sombreadas e passe por antigas siderúrgicas a caminho de Metz.

DIA 5: Metz - Frouard, 34 ou 15 mi. (55 or 25 km)
Dia de aventura, as antigas passagens do Moselle lhe leva ao pitoresco Pont-à-Mousson. Ou pode também ficar a bordo e começar a pedalar de Pont-à-Mousson. Depois de visita à cidade, pedal pelos antigos canais do Moselle e sua beleza até chegar a uma das mais típicas e tranquilas vilarejos da França, Frouard.

DIA 6: Frouard - Liverdun, 19 mi. (30 km)
Hoje o pedal é ao longo do canal que conecta o Moselle e Meurthe até Nancy. Depois de visita à cidade metropolitana, o tour conintua até a antiga cidade fortaleza  Liverdun onde o La Belle Fleur lhe aguarda.

DIA 7: Liverdun - Toul, 11 mi. (17 km)
De Liverdun pedal na direção de Toul. Uma pequena e charmosa cidade fortaleza com uma rica história situada às margens do Moselle. À tarde, um café e despedida.

Toul - Wasserbilling

DIA1: Chegada em Toul
DIA 2: Toul - Liverdun, 11 mi. (17 km)
DIA 3: Liverdun - Frouard, 19 mi. (30 km)
DIA 4: Frouard - Metz, 34 or 15 mi. (55 or 25 km)
DIA 5: Metz - Thionville, 22 mi. (35 km)
DIA 6: Thionville - Schengen - Remich, 29 mi. (40 km)
DIA 7: Remich - Wasserbillig, 32 mi. (35 km), departure

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Comentário do cliente

  • Joanne F. 3 months ago

    We truly enjoyed this trip, with beautiful flowers in every town and swans everywhere. One night, we had a bevy of swans peaking in at us as we ate dinner!. The bikes are great, with comfortable seats and smooth gearing. The dinners were always a delicious surprise. Sanders and Els were wonderful hosts, and our guide, Seitze, was extremely knowledgeable about the history of the Mosel area, including Roman aqueducts, medieval castles, World War II sites, and, of course, the history of the EU. Nancy was my favorite big city but we also had a night time walking tour of a little town overlooking the Mosel, called Liverdun...where delicious Madelines come from! Very cute town. We went in early September and the cabins were a bit warm even at night. You can open windows, but it could be uncomfortable in the summer. Biking was mostly flat so not difficult but I definitely got some exercise. Another favorite: stopping for coffee and pastry each morning!

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • Barbara T. 1 year ago

    This trip was most enjoyable and the cities and scenery were gorgeous.

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • Deborah C. 1 year ago

    This was a very nice trip. Scenery, bike routes, side trips were all very good. We had a terrific guide who interacted well with the group. The barge was very nice and the owners/crew were exceptional. The dinners could not have been better - Els is an amazing cook.

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • Susan W. 1 year ago

    The boat was well maintained. Beds were comfy for bunks. Our cabin [#9] had huge bathroom. With the hot Aug temps, a fan would have been appreciated. Bring a small personal 4" or 6" USB fan if you can find the space in your luggage. A small soaking pool on the deck was a welcome relief from the heat.

    Meals were basic, but tasty and filling. Els did a nice job of accommodating my dietary restrictions. Ample cooler filtered water was available on the boat - remember your water bottle. Lunches were packed in zip lock baggies. Bring your own insulated lunch bag / Tupperware to keep your lunch fresher.

    GIANT bike were like new and well maintained. I was disappointed we could not use the bikes during the city stops that were part of the day trips or after dinner when we returned to the barge. Even though the bikes have locks, Sander and Els don't allow this to minimize theft risk. Besides my husband and I, all participants were in there mid-60s to mid-70s and didn't seem to mind.

    Our guide, Weiger, did an outstanding job of leading our daily tour as well as guiding us through the cities we were docked in at night. He managed the multiple languages within our group with ease. The participants on our trip were German [6], Spanish [3], Austrailian [2] and American [2-us]. By the end of the week, our group had bonded even though our shared vocabulary was easily less than 50 words!

    The countryside between Thionville and Wasserbillig was very beautiful and what I had envisioned - river and hills covered with vinyards. The other days were nice paved bike trail with the river on one side and trees on the other. I could have taken a picture and convinced friends that I was still in the US Midwest. I guess that is why there are so many French and Germans in Wisconsin and Iowa! I think I would have preferred more time off of the trail and in the countryside, but perhaps if we did do that, the car traffic would cause me to have a different opinion. Certainly the cities we stopped in were old and had a quaint European feel.

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • C. Whytehead 1 year ago

    A good combination of biking and seeing the sites along the way. Plenty of time in the cities (Nancy, Metz) to wander around. This trip was not about putting on the miles every day on the bike but a good balance of biking and site seeing. Easy biking along canal paths mostly. Our guide got turned around a couple of times getting out of the cities. Els and Sander were great hosts on the barge. Very friendly. Els cooked me a birthday dessert one day that we enjoyed with our group after a day of biking. It was very hot in July and the air movement in the rooms was limited. A small fan would have been very much appreciated. As it was we slept with our door open (as did the others) just to get more air circulation. The barge is in very good condition. The bikes were brand new this season. They are owned by Els and Sander and not leased through a secondary company so they were in good working order.

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • S. Midha 1 year ago

    Beautiful way to travel from Luxembourg to France. Bike quality was very Good. Our Bike Guide Arie was very knowledgeable. Every evening we had Four course Gourmet Dinner. Sander and Els were the best Host and Owner of the Barge.

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • Sunita 1 year ago

    I really enjoyed my first Barge and Bike Tour(June11th to June 17th)Sanders and Els were very Good. I would like to give them 10 out of 10 for their Hospitality. Our Bike Guide Arie was Great.

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • J. Probst 2 years ago

    I fully enjoyed the Lorraine/Moselle bike trip (May 14-20, 2016) with the staff of La Belle Fleur. This was my first bike and barge trip and it certainly was a stress free and relaxing way to see the region. The owner/operators of the boat (Sander and Els) were not only very professional, but charming, enthusiastic, and helpful. Els was also a superb cook so our meals were always delicious. Pieter was the perfect guide (and quite the character!), fun to bike with, patient, knowledgeable of the route and the potential sights, and willing to change the agenda to meet the interests of his clients. The pace was leisurely and we had ample time to view both the valley scenery and the grand old cities along the route. The bikes were in good repair and suitable for the mostly level countryside we were traversing. Another delightful aspect of the trip was that the route was mostly off the busy roads and on dedicated bicycle paths (except, of course, in the cities). The weather, though often cloudy and brisk with occasional light sprinkles of rain, was never a problem. The passengers got along well together and we had fun evenings relaxing aboard ship along with the crew. One week of biking seemed just the right amount of time. I came home with many wonderful memories of people, places, and experiences. I can highly recommend this trip and this boat company. The folks at the Tripsite office in the U.S. were also very responsive and easy to work with so they get my "thumbs up" award too!

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • Donald Stockwell 2 years ago

    Our guide was not good, would ride off too fast, often the tail end riders were lost and confused as they could not keep up. Everything else was excellent!

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

  • George F. 4 years ago

    We had a wonderful time on the Lorraine tour last year starting from Toul. One of the fellow passengers arrived late and in a state because she had difficulty finding the barge -- taxis and the police did not know where to direct her. A great landmark to cite is the Grands Moulins Aubry. It is a prominent building readily seen from the highway, and the barge moors in the canal just adjacent to the one by the moulin. We ourselves walked around for a day before finding the spot. Your Google map is spot on -- we found it right away after consulting it -- but internet access was not readily available. All of this to say: Your clients would find the spot without difficulty if you were to direct them to "the canal right beside the one at Grands Moulins Aubry" in your travel instructions. I hope you find this note helpful. Looking forward to our next trip with you.

    Boat: La Belle Fleur

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La Belle Fleur Holanda Barco da Categoria Comfort La Belle Fleur foi construído em 1929 e reformado para barco de passeio em 1999. Este belo barco oferece cabines para 19 passageiros, um adorável salão de estar e amplo deck para banho de sol com mesas e bancos.

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