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Bordeaux - Castelos, Rios & Vinho by Diane Fahlman 2 days ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Bordeaux - Castelos, Rios & Vinho by Michel D. 3 weeks ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
This was our second experience with Tripsite. Our first was in the Netherlands and the second in France. Everything has been positive from the time of booking to the end of the trip. Great food, great cycling, comfortable ship, scenery and most importantly, the other guests on the trip. We have already booked our third trip for May of 2020!
Bruges a Paris ou Paris a Bruges by Doug L. 3 weeks ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Each day was a new adventure. We saw some great scenery, visited some beautiful towns and cities, learned much about the history of WW1 and enjoyed the company of friends aboard the Zwaantje. It was nice not having to decide which meal to order every day. Frank, our chef, did an excellent job of choosing for us and prepared superb dinners. Two views were particularly memorable: "The approach to Chantilly Castle" and "The view of Paris from St. Germain en Laye". The cruise into Paris on the final day was the icing on the cake. What a great way to see the north of France. Oh wait, Belgium was great too. I think Bruges is now one of my favourite Cities.
Countries: Bélgica, França
Provence - A Natureza de Camargue by Charlotte A. 3 weeks ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Most Memorable Part: Riding through the countryside and small villages, visiting Arles and Les Beaux.
Provence - A Natureza de Camargue by Andrew O. 3 weeks ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
It is impossible to single out a single most memorable time. The food was delicious, the tour guide wonderful, the cycling routes took us to a variety of historical, cultural, and geographical places. We saw castles, an abbey, art, old villages, wildlife, walled cities, mountain top views, and took several short cruises on the river, The days were full, we had downtime when needed but were always kept busy if desired.
Vale do Loire II: de Tours a Angers by John M. 4 weeks ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The bikes supplied were fantastic. The maps and directions were easy to follow, and the route was spectacular. We were very happy with all of the hotels chosen by Tripsite. All in all, we had an extremely enjoyable 5 days, and we will be definitely doing another bike trip with Tripsite the next time we visit Europe.
Castelos do Loire by Sheri A. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Make sure you bring layers in case of rain
Metz a Cochem by Luis 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
I took this trip on Oct 6, 2019. It was my 6th trip with Tripsite. the ship was the Zwaan. The landscape is stunning. The staff was super friendly without beig intrusibe. The distances are doable. The ship is excellent and the programmed group size is great, only 12 to 14 people. I have recommended these tours to dozens of people. And they continue to be one of the most fun things I have done in my life. Go!
Countries: França, Luxemburgo, Alemanha
Geneva to Lyon by Ginny S. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
It was all beautiful, but Pérouges was a real highlight. A well preserved medieval town, the accommodations and spectacular food reflected the history of this special place.
Countries: Suíça, França
Tour Lorena by Gloria M. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The adventure of biking through beautiful Luxembourg, Germany, and France. One can view scenry in a different manner compared to driving a car or viewing as a passenger. Biked thru small villages, metro cities, and rural countries.
The delicious gourmet dinners at the end of each trip will always be treasured.
The route instructions need a lot of improvement. It should not take 6 hours to bike 22 miles!
Boat: La Belle Fleur
Countries: França, Alemanha, Luxemburgo
Vale do Loire by Mary P. 1 month ago Verified Reviewer
The castle tours were amazing. Sophie (coordinator on the Anna Marie IV) was adorable. Really enjoyed her and her nightly meals. The trip was not the Loire, because of water levels and sorry to say that it was just OK, but not much more. The main thing missing that I had expected was a trip to a vineyard. That would have made a big difference.
Boat: Anna Maria IV
Pearls of the Alsace Wine Route by Stan and Nancy H. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Countries: França, Suíça
Castelos do Loire by Carla from Tripsite 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Staff
Hi Gerald - thanks so much for taking the time to submit your feedback.We really appreciate the advice about the misguidance on the route descriptions. We will certainly have it fixed! I also wanted to mention we have GPS tracks for this tour and many other tours, in case you want to avoid the adventure of getting lost in the future. Lastly, regarding odometers, I am so sorry they did not work for you. Did you call our local shop to have them fixed? They normally have 5-star service when it comes to fixing bikes.Thanks again for your feedback!
Normandia by Michael C. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
This was a truly outstanding tour. Excellent routes found for cycling and gave the chance to see the beaches and really understand the way the Normandy Invasion unfolded and how big the area involved in this incredible event in history was.
A seemless trip where our biggest concern was where to get our next cup of coffee as we meandered across the countryside.
Castelos do Loire by Gerald M. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The best memory of the trip was a spectacular meal at Auberge de la labourer in Chenonceaux. They were fully booked but set up a table in the bar and gave us the full restaurant menu. It’s a great restaurant and the extra work the staff put in added to the experience.
We had two complaints. First, neither of our odometers worked so we had no way of measuring distance. This meant constantly stopping and checking to make sure we were on the right way.
Second, the directions to get to Cour Chevigny had one massive error. When we came off the trail and onto Route 52 the directions said to turn right, go to the roundabout, and follow the sign to Route D102. There is no such sign. The only sign to Cour Chevigny is for Route 52, the road we were already on. So, thanks to some help, we turned around, followed route 52 for five kilometres and came right to our hotel. THIS SHOULD BE FIXED.
Provence - A Natureza de Camargue by Catherine Ann H. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Cycling through historic monuments and the Camargue wilderness was magnificent!
Tour Lorena by Prosper B. 1 month ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The scenery, the fellow riders the entire experience was so rewarding. The boat however left a lot to be desired. The dining room windows were small and you felt confined. The food was below what i’ve experienced on my 6 other tripsite bike/barge tours.
Vilas Famosas de Provença by Marion L. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
What a fabulous way to see Provence. The route selected took us through many memorable villages. Provence Bike did a great job with high quality bikes, good maps and well set up GPS systems. We particularly enjoyed seeing Roussilon; Gordes; Baix Aux Provence as well as the source of River Sourge. Our group of 4 decided on e-bikes which we did not regret because of the steep hills getting in and out of the villages. We particularly liked the idea of staying multiple nights in one location. A great trip!! A suggestion -- include a list of things "not to miss" that are less than a kilometer from the route or, in the villages we are going through. It is convenient to have a guide book but a few notes would be really helpful.
Bordeaux - Castelos, Rios & Vinho by Wynn Washle 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Where to start? What an amazing adventure! Wendy at Tripsite was so gracious and easy to work with. We reserved the entire boat and she was always so responsive to our questions and needs. Pascal and her staff on the Bordeaux were first rate. Within one day, most of her staff knew everyone's first name! This was our second Tripsite bike and boat trip (Danube). The food was excellent, the bikes were newer (loved the e-bikes) and the Bordeaux region was gorgeous. We loved packing a lunch and sharing a bottle of wine in a park or overlooking a vineyard. There are some hills, so be prepared if you don't have an e-bike. GPS was also very helpful. We were never lost, but sometimes "temporarily misplaced"...but that is part of the fun of a cycling trip. Highly recommend this trip.
Metz a Cochem by Suzanne F. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The scenery was beautiful with the steep vineyards on either side of the Moselle River. We loved the Quo Vadis boat and the staff were all so professional, yet friendly and fun. Cabins were nicely appointed and the food was delicious. It was also great to have the option to try out an e-bike for the day, even if you hadn't reserved one for the week. A memorable day was finishing off the cycle part to attend a wine tasting night at Leo Schwab's winery...very entertaining. I feel totally comfortable recommending this particular cycle trip to anyone who is interested. Thanks so much for this wonderful experience.
Boat: Quo Vadis
Metz a Cochem by Jennifer S. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The scenery was perhaps the star of this trip with gorgeous views of vineyards and quaint villages all along the Mosel River. But also we had a wonderful group of staff on the Quo Vadis who were lots of fun and thought of every detail. Meals were amazing. This made this trip probably our favourite trip ever. We travel with a group of friends and have done several other barge and bike trips.The daily biking was longer than some other trips but most enjoyable with stops for points of history or picnics, coffee etc.It will be hard to improve on our Metz to Cochem experience.
Metz a Cochem by Nancy B. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The whole trip was really wonderful. Being from North America, we don't have paved bicycle paths on both sides of our rivers, especially out in the coutnry side. As a result, I was just amazed at the fact of being able to ride beside the Mosel River through the vineyards and be able to soak in the atmosphere without having to worry about traffic or rough roads. The Quo Vadis was a treat. The cabins were a decent size, the crew was friendly, knowledgeable and lots of fun and the food, prepared in the relatively small galley, was fabulous. All that were highlights for me.
Amboise in the Loire Valley by Louise P. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Most Memorable Part: The bikes were top quality, delivered and picked up from hotel on time. Great itineraries- we highly recommend Tripsite!
Vale do Loire - Orléans a Tours by Timothy M. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
Around Paris by Linda F. 2 months ago Verified Reviewer
The barge itself, the chef and the captain were great. Unfortunately, the most memorable take away from this trip was the cycling itself. This was a guided tour and our guide was only familiar with the city of Paris. We were to follow the Oise and Seine rivers and seldon rode along the river paths. The first two days were the worst involving a lot of backtracking and nearly impassable trails that seriously impacted the mileage and time in the saddle. One day we arrived at the boat an hour after the scheduled dinner time. Our ride through the city of Paris was traumatizing because of the heavy traffic and crowded bike lanes. Why were we not riding along the Seine??? Perhaps the guide was not totally to blame. Hat tours could have provided him with better maps and information. Whatever the reason, the ten riders paid the price. This was not the tour we signed up for.
Boat: Summer Jazz
Champange Tour by Cheree ONeill 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
What an adventure.. I loved it. My first bike/ boat tour and I was not disappointed. Everything was top rate Martayn and Marjorie were excellent hosts and nothing was a bother. Marcel was a very knowledgeable guide and went that little extra to ensure we missed nothing. Frank cooked up a storm every day The group blended well and I was sorry the trip had to end. Im already researching my next adventure.The Zwaantje was great and I slept soundly every night.
Montargis to Paris by Beverly C. 2 months ago Permalink/Reply Verified Reviewer
The captain, crew, and tour guides were super people. We feel like we are all close friends. Tamarra and Janeke were the best tour guides and went out of their way to became permanent friends. The sites and routes selected were fabulous.
I loved every day of cycling but was enchanted with riding through the forests around Fontainebleau chateau. My husband d and I are senior citizens (68 and 74) and the bikes were the best. Hills were no problem for us
Vale do Loire by Jayne Allerton 2 months ago Verified Reviewer
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