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Phillip R.3 years ago
Quo Vadis Tour das Tulipas - Amsterdã a Bruges - 11 diasHolanda, Bélgica
Whether it was the “barge”, the food or the bikes or the bike routes.....everything was thoughtfully planned for the best customer experience possible. Friendly family type atmosphere with a “flair”! Truly enjoyable!
Janice B.3 years ago
Zwaantje Tour das Tulipas - Amsterdã a Bruges - 11 diasHolanda, Bélgica
The tulips and the windmills were awesome. Eight of us were on a bike barge trip from Bruges to Amsterdam. I would recommend you put it on our bucket list. We had a blast!
Marianne B.3 years ago
Magnifique Bruges a AmsterdãBélgica, Holanda
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.
Robert B.3 years ago
Quo Vadis Bruxelas a Bruges - Passeio de Bicicleta e BarcoBélgica
Excellent Boat, best cabins, & cheap beer
Denise V.3 years ago
Fluvius Amsterdã a BrugesHolanda, Bélgica
It was amazing, from beginning to end.the your guide was great. The staff was also excellent, good food..loved this trip..I am hooked.
Cheryl G.3 years ago
Bruges a ParisBélgica, França
My best trip ever! Just loved the little villages; barge, staff and food could not be faulted. Thank you! Have recommended your site to a friend who has already booked a trip with you.
Gord W.3 years ago
Quo Vadis Bruges a MerzigBélgica, Alemanha, Holanda
Most Memorable Part: Off ride to the Arnhem museum. What a memorable day!
Monica U.3 years ago
Most Memorable Part? The beautiful Dutch towns and the incredible bike lanes.
Valerie K.3 years ago
Magnifique III Bruges a AmsterdãBélgica, Holanda
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.
Dean W.3 years ago
Anna Antal Amsterdã a BrugesHolanda, Bélgica
Best Parts? Windmills, great bikes, great guide, excellent food.
Sandra F.3 years ago
Amsterdã a BrugesHolanda, Bélgica
The amount of info our tour guide had and how awesome our accommodations were! I mean I had the trip of a lifetime That is why I am back! Virtually one year later.
Kathleen Keller • 3 years ago
Hi Sandra,Sounds like a great trip! I’m considering but am not able to get any of my friends to join me. We’re ther single travelers on the trip? And would you recommend for a single woman? Thanks, Kathy
Gary Y.3 years ago
The food and service were exemplary. As good or better than any of the 20+ cruises we have been on.
Michael W.3 years ago
My wife and I travelled onboard the Fluvius from Amsterdam to Brugge in August 2017 and enjoyed the trip immensely. Neither of us are regular cyclists but found the bike riding through the beautiful Dutch and Belgian countryside a relatively easy proposition. The barge, crew (including Gus) - and food all exceeded our expectations. A great way to travel - would highly recommend. Also, Tripsite booking was an uncomplicated process and would happily book through them again.
Michael O.3 years ago
Sailing Home Bruges a AmsterdãBélgica, Holanda
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 don't think our guide could comprehend our desire to enjoy all the joys of the ride.
Steyn R.3 years ago
Fiep Bruges a AmsterdãBélgica, Holanda
Best parts: Having the same bed to return to after each day's cyclingEfficiency and pleasantness of staff
Angela M.3 years ago
Zwaantje Bruges a ParisBélgica, França
We did the Bruges to Paris on the Zwaantje in September 2018. It was fantastic! The boat was great - clean and comfortable, the crew fabulous - professional and friendly and the food top class. I would definitely recommend (and I have) this trip to others.
Carol E.3 years ago
We had a wonderful time on our trip from Bruges to Amsterdam,everyone was so friendly and helpful...we have booked another tripnext Sept.
Karen G.3 years ago
I did a Brugge to Amsterdam, bike and barge trip. It was fabulous. Definitely one of my favorite Europe trips. Riding through the tulip fields during the height of the season was amazing. I love the windmills. The staff was perfect. Thank you for a wonderful trip.
Karina M.3 years ago
Quo Vadis Tour das Tulipas - Amsterdã a Bruges- 8 diasBélgica, Holanda
Loved it all but the range of fellow travelers was perfect, fast, fit riders for my husband and some less fit, slower riders for me to ride with.
John G.3 years ago
The Tulip Tour was overall a great experience. The staff on the Quo Vadis did an excellent job and the accommodations were very comfortable. The 24 passengers was a nice size group.
Ann A.3 years ago
Fluvius Bruges a AmsterdãBélgica, Holanda
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!
Lynn Y.3 years ago
Most Memorable Part? Cycling into Amsterdam
Art D.3 years ago
Magnifique II Amsterdã a BrugesHolanda, Bélgica
We did not expect the boat to be that nice. The staff, captain, and our guides were exceptional. The food and service was super. Tom is an exceptional guide. We had gone as a group, all of the group considered this trip to be one of their best.
Richard N.3 years ago
The scenery! The food! The guide, chef, and captain were wonderful. Eight cabins, 16 people. The perfect size group. We did the 2 week ride from Bruges to Paris. I would definitely do one of these trips again!
April S.3 years ago
Awesome experience...biked along canals, by windmills and visited cities...literally smelled the roses. Must do!
Krystal W.3 years ago
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.
Maricar K.3 years ago
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.
Jennie G.3 years ago
Gandalf Amsterdã a BrugesHolanda, Bélgica
Best Part? Feeling a sense of Awe as we traveled through spectacular scenery on a bike then stopping at the little villages for coffee and a chat with our fellow riders. Just the best.
Magnifique Amsterdã a BrugesHolanda, Bélgica
The staff on our Amsterdam trip were a big part of the enjoyment factor. They listened so well and quickly learned about you and made you feel like we were all friends enjoying the trip together.
Zwaan Bruges a AmsterdãBélgica, Holanda
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"