Canals in Amsterdam are a UNESCO site. North Holland, the Netherlands. Photo via Flickr:faungg's photos

Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" in Delft Blue, Delft, Holland. Photo via Flickr:bert knottenbeld
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Tour del Sur de Holanda

Holanda Tours en bicicleta y barco

Visita las mejores ciudades de Holanda!

  • Este tour por Holanda te llevara por caminos hermosos y por paisajes aún más encantadores. Empieza y termina en Ámsterdam, y entretanto viajarás por los pueblos de Haarlem, Leiden, Scheveningen, La Haga, Delft y Rotterdam.

    Depende en el barco y si alcanza el tiempo, el tour también podrá parar en Gouda, la ciudad del queso, en dónde el queso aún se lleva por caroza tirada por caballos a la estación de Waag.

    En abril y mayo florecen los tulipanes y en esta época, hay oportunidiad a bordo del Anna Maria Agnes hacer un visita especial al Keukenhof (un parque lleno de tulipanes y otras flores).

    Ver todos los tour en bicicleta y barco en Holanda.

  • De Holland 

    Cabinas/cubierta1 de septiembre
    Twin/inferior NOK 8787 $ 1,054 $ 1,198 909 £ 732 kr 8111
    Twin superior /inferior NOK 9367 $ 1,124 $ 1,277 969 £ 781 kr 8646
    Triple/inferior NOK 8594 $ 1,031 $ 1,172 889 £ 716 kr 7933
    Twin/inferior para uso individual NOK 11494 $ 1,379 $ 1,567 1189 £ 958 kr 10610
    Twin superior/superior NOK 10720 $ 1,286 $ 1,462 1109 £ 893 kr 9896
    Twin/superior para uso individual NOK 12847 $ 1,542 $ 1,752 1329 £ 1071 kr 11859
    Suite/superior NOK 11687 $ 1,402 $ 1,594 1209 £ 974 kr 10788
    Suite/superior para uso triple  NOK 11494 $ 1,379 $ 1,567 1189 £ 958 kr 10610

     

    Las cabinas twin para uso individual y las cabinas triples son limitadas y solo bajo petición. Por favor contáctenos y podemos proporcionar disponibilidad.

    De Ámsterdam (Precios validos a partir de enero 1 de 2018)

    Cabins/cubiertaTempranaMedia PrincipalFinal
    Twin/inferior NOK 8014 $ 962 $ 1,093 829 £ 668 kr 7397 NOK 8787 $ 1,054 $ 1,198 909 £ 732 kr 8111 NOK 9174 $ 1,101 $ 1,251 949 £ 764 kr 8468 NOK 8594 $ 1,031 $ 1,172 889 £ 716 kr 7933
    Superior twin/inferior NOK 8594 $ 1,031 $ 1,172 889 £ 716 kr 7933 NOK 9367 $ 1,124 $ 1,277 969 £ 781 kr 8646 NOK 9754 $ 1,170 $ 1,330 1009 £ 813 kr 9003 NOK 9174 $ 1,101 $ 1,251 949 £ 764 kr 8468
    Twin/inferior para uso individual NOK 10720 $ 1,286 $ 1,462 1109 £ 893 kr 9896 NOK 11494 $ 1,379 $ 1,567 1189 £ 958 kr 10610 NOK 11880 $ 1,426 $ 1,620 1229 £ 990 kr 10966 NOK 11300 $ 1,356 $ 1,541 1169 £ 942 kr 10431
    Superior/superior NOK 9947 $ 1,194 $ 1,356 1029 £ 829 kr 9182 NOK 10720 $ 1,286 $ 1,462 1109 £ 893 kr 9896 NOK 11107 $ 1,333 $ 1,515 1149 £ 926 kr 10253 NOK 10527 $ 1,263 $ 1,436 1089 £ 877 kr 9717
    Superior/superior para uso individual NOK 12074 $ 1,449 $ 1,646 1249 £ 1006 kr 11145 NOK 12847 $ 1,542 $ 1,752 1329 £ 1071 kr 11859 NOK 13234 $ 1,588 $ 1,805 1369 £ 1103 kr 12216 NOK 12654 $ 1,518 $ 1,726 1309 £ 1054 kr 11680
    Suite/wuperior NOK 10914 $ 1,310 $ 1,488 1129 £ 909 kr 10074 NOK 11687 $ 1,402 $ 1,594 1209 £ 974 kr 10788 NOK 12074 $ 1,449 $ 1,646 1249 £ 1006 kr 11145 NOK 11494 $ 1,379 $ 1,567 1189 £ 958 kr 10610

    Las cabinas twin para uso individual y las cabinas triples son limitadas y solo bajo petición. Por favor contáctenos y podemos proporcionar disponibilidad.

    Temporada temprana: 14 de abril y 21 de abril, 2018 t 21 
    Temporada media: 28 de abril, 5 de mayo, 12 de mayo, 19 de mayo, 26 de myo, 1 de septiembre, y 8 de septiembre, 2018.
    Temporada principal: Todas las demás fechas de salida, semanales desde el 2 de junio hasta el 25 de agosto de 2018 inclusiva
    Temporada ultima: 15 de septiembre, 2018 

    Liza Marleen
    Cabina con cama Twin: NOK 10972 $ 1,317 $ 1,496 1135 £ 914 kr 10128 Cama doble (Cabina extra-large cabin): NOK 11938 $ 1,433 $ 1,628 1235 £ 995 kr 11020 Cabina Triple:   NOK 10102 $ 1,212 $ 1,378 1045 £ 842 kr 9325 Cabina de dos camas para uso single: NOK 15467 $ 1,856 $ 2,109 1600 £ 1289 kr 14277

    Sailing Home
    Cabina con cama Twin: NOK 11165 $ 1,340 $ 1,523 1155 £ 930 kr 10306 Cabina Single: NOK 15853 $ 1,902 $ 2,162 1640 £ 1321 kr 14634

    Wending
    Cabina con cama Twin: NOK 10150 $ 1,218 $ 1,384 1050 £ 846 kr 9369 Cabina cama Twin para uso single: NOK 12132 $ 1,456 $ 1,654 1255 £ 1011 kr 11198 Cabina Triple: NOK 9618 $ 1,154 $ 1,312 995 £ 802 kr 8878

    De Amsterdam     
    CabinasTempranaMediaAltaFinal
    Twin/deck inferior   NOK 8159 $ 979 $ 1,113 844 £ 680 kr 7531 NOK 9125 $ 1,095 $ 1,244 944 £ 760 kr 8423 NOK 9415 $ 1,130 $ 1,284 974 £ 785 kr 8691 NOK 8932 $ 1,072 $ 1,218 924 £ 744 kr 8245
    Superior/deck inferior   NOK 8642 $ 1,037 $ 1,178 894 £ 720 kr 7977 NOK 9609 $ 1,153 $ 1,310 994 £ 801 kr 8870 NOK 9899 $ 1,188 $ 1,350 1024 £ 825 kr 9137 NOK 9415 $ 1,130 $ 1,284 974 £ 785 kr 8691
    Twin/deck inferior para uso single NOK 11542 $ 1,385 $ 1,574 1194 £ 962 kr 10654 NOK 12509 $ 1,501 $ 1,706 1294 £ 1042 kr 11546 NOK 12799 $ 1,536 $ 1,745 1324 £ 1067 kr 11814 NOK 12315 $ 1,478 $ 1,679 1274 £ 1026 kr 11368
    Superior/Deck de arriba NOK 10092 $ 1,211 $ 1,376 1044 £ 841 kr 9316 NOK 11059 $ 1,327 $ 1,508 1144 £ 922 kr 10208 NOK 11349 $ 1,362 $ 1,548 1174 £ 946 kr 10476 NOK 10865 $ 1,304 $ 1,482 1124 £ 905 kr 10030
    Superior/deck de arriba para uso single NOK 12992 $ 1,559 $ 1,772 1344 £ 1083 kr 11993 NOK 13959 $ 1,675 $ 1,903 1444 £ 1163 kr 12885 NOK 14249 $ 1,710 $ 1,943 1474 £ 1187 kr 13153 NOK 13765 $ 1,652 $ 1,877 1424 £ 1147 kr 12706
    Suite/Deck superior NOK 11059 $ 1,327 $ 1,508 1144 £ 922 kr 10208 NOK 12025 $ 1,443 $ 1,640 1244 £ 1002 kr 11100 NOK 12315 $ 1,478 $ 1,679 1274 £ 1026 kr 11368 NOK 11832 $ 1,420 $ 1,613 1224 £ 986 kr 10922

     

    Opciones extra


    De Holland y De Amsterdam:
    Alquiler de bicicleta eléctrica: NOK 918 $ 110 $ 125 95 £ 77 kr 848 Alquiler de casco: NOK 97 $ 12 $ 13 10 £ 8 kr 89 Dietas especiales (sin gluten o sin lactosa), pago a la llegada: NOK 483 $ 58 $ 66 50 £ 40 kr 446 Crucero por el canal de Ámsterdam se paga a bordo  NOK 121 $ 15 $ 16 13 £ 10 kr 112

    De Ámsterdam:
    Paquete 100 % guiado: NOK 1160 $ 139 $ 158 120 £ 97 kr 1071  

    Liza Marleen, Sailing Home, and Wending: 
    Alquiler de bicicleta eléctrica: NOK 773 $ 93 $ 105 80 £ 64 kr 714 Alquiler de casco (debe reservarse en el momento de confirmar el viaje):  NOK 97 $ 12 $ 13 10 £ 8 kr 89 Mapas para los tours auto-guiados (debe ser reservado de antemano): NOK 276 $ 33 $ 38 29 £ 23 kr 254

     

    De Amsterdam:

    Alquiler de bicicleta electrica: NOK 967 $ 116 $ 132 100 £ 81 kr 892 Alquiler de casco (Se requiere reserva previa): NOK 97 $ 12 $ 13 10 £ 8 kr 89 Dietas especiales (sin gluten o sin lactosa), pago a la llegada: NOK 483 $ 58 $ 66 50 £ 40 kr 446 Paquete 100 % guiado: NOK 11648 $ 1,398 $ 1,588 1205 £ 971 kr 10752

    Liza Marleen and Wending:
    Alquiler de bicicleta electrica:  NOK 773 $ 93 $ 105 80 £ 64 kr 714 Mapas para los tours auto-guiados (debe ser reservado de antemano): NOK 276 $ 33 $ 38 29 £ 23 kr 254 Bicicleta para niños, etiquetado, remolque de bicicleta y asiento para niños disponibles a pedido.

     

    Nota

    Tarifas por persona basada en ocupación doble

    Información importante para leer antes de hacer tu reserva..

    Recomendamos comprar un seguro de viaje de bicicleta..

    Por favor consultar "Preguntas Frecuentes"

  • Viaje

    Vuelo a Ámsterdam.

    Transporte local

    Llegada a Ámsterdam. Luego un viaje corto en tren al centro de Ámsterdam en dónde embarcarás a las 4pm.


Salidas de los tours

En los barcos clase Confort plus:

De Amsterdam
Pre temporada: Abril 14 y Abril 21, 2018
Temporada Media: Abril 28, Mayo 5, Mayo 12, Mayo 19, Mayo 26, Septiembre 1*, y Septiembre 8*, 2018
Temporada principal: Todas las otras fechas desde Junio 2 hasta Agosto 25*, 2018
Temporada final: Septiembre 15*, 2018
*En estas fechas se ofrecerá de forma opcional un tour totalmente guiado. Por favor ver los precios.
De Holland
Temporada Media:
Septiembre 1, 2018
Liza Marleen: Junio 2, Junio 16, Junio 30, Julio 21, Agosto 4, Agosto 18, Septiembre 1, y Septiembre 15, 2018
Sailing Home: Junio 9, 2018
En el barco clase Confort:
Wending: Mayo 12, Mayo 26, Junio 9, Junio 23, Junio 30, Julio 7, Julio 14, Julio 28, Agosto 11, Agosto 25, Septiembre 8, y Septiembre 22, 2018


De Ámsterdam
Pre temporada: Abril 6 , Abril 13 y Abril 20 , 2019
Temporada Media: Abril 27, Mayo 4, Mayo 11, Mayo 18, Mayo 25, Agosto 31, Septiembre 7, y Septiembre 14, 2019
Temporada principal: Todas las otras fechas desde Junio 1 hasta Agosto 24, 2019
Temporada final : Septiembre 21, 2019


 

 

Alojamiento

A bordo de los barcos Standard Plus o Comfort Plus

Incluido

  • Cada barco tiene pequeñas variaciones. Por favor asegúrate de ver que está incluido y que no en tu barco.
  • Alojamiento por 7 noches a bordo
  • Trago de cortesía en la primera noche, presentación del tour
  • Desayuno buffet, almuerzos embalados, 3 opciones de cena
  • Café y té de cortesía hasta las 6 pm
  • Una noche de música en vivo abordo
  • Guía de soporte (Por favor ver la nota debajo)
  • Información del tour impresa con mapas detallados para los circuitos de bici (un set por cabina)
  • Un mínimo de dos visitas guiadas (caminando) en (Rotterdam y Doredrecht) con el líder del grupo
  • Descuentos en entradas, excursiones, mencionadas en el programa (Fabrica Delftware , Kinderdijk, iglesia de St. Jans , granja productora de queso en Oudewater, silversmith Schoonhoven, la municicpalidad de Zaandam, entre otros.
  • Wifi de cortesía (sin costo) en el lounge del barco
  • Bicicleta modelo (Ladies) de 7 velocidades con frenos de mano equipadas con candado y pannier
  • Nota: Estos tours, no son totalmente guiados, pero si cuentan con soporte de un guía quien se asegura de la seguridad y en caso de haber problemas mecánicos de las bicis también los resuelve. El guía estará pedaleando la ruta también con lo cual podrá ser contactado a su celular de forma rápida para asistencia. A bordo del Ámsterdam, con más de 60 pasajeros se agregará un segundo guía.
  • Anna Antal, Liza Marleen, Sailing Home, Wending, y Zwaan
  • Alojamiento por 7 noches a bordo
  • Desayuno buffet, almuerzos empacados, 3 opciones de cena
  • Café y té de cortesía abordo
  • Tour de ciclismo
  • Información del tour impresa (un set por cabina)
  • Un mínimo de 3 visitas guiadas por la ciudad (caminado)
  • Costos de los ferris
  • Free wifi (limited) in lounge and on deck. Surcharge applies for more than 100 MB
  • Información de ruta
  • Los costos de los ferris en la ruta usada (Liza Marleen, Sailing Home, y Wending
  • Bicicletas hibridas de 24 velocidades equipadas con pannier, botella de agua, y candado (Anna Antal, Liza Marleen, Sailing Home, Wending, y Zwaan)

Noincluido

  • Costos de los ferris que no estén descriptos o en las rutas
  • Las entradas para las excursiones
  • Bebidas (incluido el alcohol) disponibles a bordo
  • Dietas especiales (puede aplicar costo especial)
  • Cascos (Disponibles a pedido, requerirlo en el momento de la reserva)
  • Protección de la bicicleta
  • Seguro de viaje
  • Anna Antal, Liza Marleen, Sailing Home, Wending, y Zwaan
  • Cascos (Disponibles a pedido, requerirlo en el momento de la reserva) Precio extra, ver el costo.
  • Entradas a los museos (aproximadamente €30 por tour)
  • Bebidas (incluido el alcohol) disponibles a bordo
  • Mapas para las opciones de guia sin tour. Ver precios. A bordo del Anna Antal, Liza Marleen, Sailing Home, Wending, o Zwaan:
  • Protección de la bicicleta
  • Seguro de viaje
tourBici+Barco
TipoAmbos
DificultadFácil
Duración8 días
Desde844 Precios
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Nível de dificultad

Fácil, tour guiado con distancias diarias de 42 kilómetros en caminos planos con poco tránsito.

Barcos de los tours

Itinerario

Tour del Sur de Holanda Map

A bordo de estos barcos se pueden hacer tours auto guiados, con descripciones de las rutas. Por favor indicar en el momento de reservar si deseas hacer un tour auto guiado. Hay mapas disponibles por un costo mínimo. Pregúntenos por los detalles.


Día 1: Ámsterdam, embarcar a las 2:00pm; navegar hasta Spaamdam y pedalear a Haarlem, 15 km
Día 2: Haarlem - por la zona de las dunas - Leiden, 40 km.
Día 3: Leiden - Delft, 49 km.
Día 4: Delft
Día 5: Delft - navegando a Rotterdam/Kinderdijk, pedaleando a Gouda, 40 km.
Día 6: Gouda - Uithoorn, 45 km.
Día 7: Uithoorn - Ámsterdam, 40 km.
Día 8: Ámsterdam, el tour termina después del desayuno

Día 1: Ámsterdam, embarcar a las 2:00pm; navegar hasta Spaamdam y pedalear a Haarlem, 15 km
Después de llegar al barco y acomodarte en tu camarote, podrás disfrutar de un café o té, conocer al guía y los otros pasajeros. En la primera jornada de hoy viajarás en barco a Spaamdam conocida como la aldea de Hansje Brinker y de allí irás en bici hasta la ciudad encantadora de Haarlem. Debes ser puntual en el regreso al barco ya que el mismo zarpara de forma puntual a las 2pm. De regreso en el barco revisaras el programa del día siguiente y de la semana completa para luego disfrutar de una encantadora cena.

Día 2: Haarlem - por la zona de las dunas - Leiden, 40 km.
Hoy empieza con tour en bici por el centro de Haarlem, en donde podrás visitar algunas de las típicas “almshouses” características de la ciudad. Antes de la partida podrás pedalear hacia 'Cruquiusgemaal' (La estación de bombas de Cruquius). Uno de las 3 estaciones de bombas a vapor que drenaron el lago Haarlemmer entre los años 1849 y 1852. En la actualidad es un museo, te dará una excelente idea de cómo ha sido la batalla holandesa contra el agua. Durante los meses de verano, podrás recorrer las dunas hasta llegar a la playa.

Día 3: Leiden - Delft, 49 km.
Saliendo de la ciudad, vas recorriendo a lo largo del canal de Vliet. Al llegar a Voorschoten, doblas para el oeste hacia la costa y en Wassenaarse Slag podrás descansar un rato en la playa.
Wassenaarse Slag es la entrada a la playa más cercana a la ciudad de Wassenaar. La línea costera se extiende por más de 8 km de largo.  
La ruta hacia Delft te lleva a lo largo del agua. El centro antiguo es una ciudad medieval con muchos canales, una intendencia impresionante y la tumba real de Nieuwe Kerk, que vale la pena conocer.

Día 4: Delft
Este es un día de descanso para disfrutar tranquilamente. Hay varios paseos que se pueden hacer durante el día: Delft, La Haya y Rotterdam.

Delft
Delft, es una hermosa ciudad para recorrer y aprender más acerca del Famoso pintor holandés, Vermeer, ya sea en el centro Vermeer o en Nieuwe Kerk. Cuando el clima lo permite la vista desde el Nieuwe Kerk (la nueva iglesia) es espectacular. ¡Una gran parte del tour del sur puede ser admirada desde aquí!

La Haya
La ciudad de la Haya cuenta con anchas avenidas, parques y hermosas mansiones. Es posible visitar el palacio de la paz (sede de la corte internacional de justicia) 'Binnenhof' con su hall de caballeros del siglo 13 'Ridderzaal' sede del gobierno y parlamento Holandés.
Cada tercer martes de septiembre el discurso de la reina es realizado en el Ridderzaal. El Mauritshuis, un antiguo palacio, ahora convertido en museo con obras de Vermeer, Rembrandt, y Rubens puede ser visitado. También podrás ver la pintura del 'Panorama Mesdag', la pintura circular panorámica más grande del mundo. De todos los palacios reales en la Haya, solo algunos han quedado abiertos, podrás visitar los de Noordeinde y el de Huis ten Bosch.

Rotterdam
De Delft, podes llegar a Rotterdam en bicicleta. Es una ciudad energética conocida como ‘la ciudad de la arquitectura’, con muchos museos, y el puerto principal de Holanda. Sobre el río Maas, el Puente de Erasmus te lleva al distrito de Kop van Zuid. La arquitectura moderna se conoce como “Manhattan sobre el Maas”, en dónde se encuentran los edificios de New Orleans y Maastoren, las torres más altas en Holanda. La ciudad también tiene importancia histórica en el museo Boijmans van Beuningen que tiene obras de Rembrandt, Van Gogh y Dalí.

Día 5: Delft - navegando a Rotterdam/Kinderdijk, pedaleando a Gouda, 44/52 km.
El barco te llevará al centro de Rotterdam, con la mejor vista de la arquitectura moderna de este puerto. En Kinderdijk empezarás el recorrido en bicicleta, que te llevará por el Alblasserwaard entre los ríos, con paisajes muy lindos de canales y molinos. Después de visitar uno de los molinos, seguirás en bici por la ruta larga que te llevará a Groot-Ammers en dónde cruzarás el río Lek a la ciudad de Schoonhoven, conocida por su producción de plata.

Día 6: Gouda —Ulthoorn, 40 km.
Desde Gouda el tour continúa por el corazón verde de Holanda hasta Ulthoorn. Gouda es famoso por el queso pero también se conoce por su cerámica y vitrós de vidrio. Podrás disfrutar visitando la intendencia, los canales y el viejo centro.

Día 7: Ulthoorn —Ámsterdam, 40 km.
Hoy recorrerás por un ‘polder’ a lo largo de los ríos Waver y Amstel. El nombre de  Ámsterdam viene de Amstelredamme, siguiendo el río de Amstel. Tiene una red extensiva de caminos de bicicleta asi es muy fácil navegar por el centro y las vistas turísticas. Antes de la cena, devolverás la bicicleta y tendrás tiempo para hacer una caminata por el centro.

Día 8: Salida de Ámsterdam
El tour termina después del desayuno.

Día 1: Llegada y embarque en Ámsterdam
Día 2: Ámsterdam — Breukelen | Breukelen – Utrecht, (25 o 40 km) | Por la tarde: Utrecht – Rotterdam
Día 3: Rotterdam — Schiedam – Delft – Rotterdam, (28 - 50 km)
Día 4: Dordrecht — Alblasserdam en bus acuático   |   Kinderdijk – (Gouda) – Schoonhoven,(30 o 58 km)
Día 5: Schoohoven — Oudewater - Utrecht, (45 km)| Por la tarde : Utrecht – Haarlem
Día 6: Haarlem– Costa del mar del norte  – Haarlem, (40 o 50 km) | Tardecita : Haarlem– Zaandam
Día 7: Zaandam —Ámsterdam, 30 o 45 km.
Día 8: Ámsterdam: final del recorrido

En los días en que hay dos distancias listadas, podrás elegir entre la ruta más larga o más corta.

Dia 1: Llegada y embarque en Ámsterdam
Tarde: El embarque empieza a las 2 de la tarde en Amsterdam.es posible traer el equipaje abordo a las 9.30, de todas maneras, las cabinas no estarán listas para realizar el Check in en ese momento. Mientras estés en Ámsterdam asegúrate de aprovechar la oportunidad de hacer compras, visitar los museos, o realizar algún paseo tranquilo por algún canal (tickets con descuento disponibles abordo hasta las 10pm). El tour por los canales es una forma única de ver Holanda desde una perspectiva diferente. Tu primera noche a bordo la pasaras en Ámsterdam, con lo que tendrás más que tiempo suficiente de explorar Holanda.

Día 2: Ámsterdam — Breukelen | Breukelen – Utrecht, (25 o 40 km) | Por la tarde: Utrecht – Rotterdam
Mientras desayuna a bordo, el barco le llevará a Breukelen donde realizará el primer recorrido en bicicleta a lo largo del sinuoso río Vecht. A orillas del río podrá apreciar hermosas villas, casas rurales y pequeños castillos. Siguiendo el río, se adentrará en Utrecht, en cuyo centro se encuentra la Catedral de San Martín, con su torre de 111 m de alto. Por la tarde: recorrido en barco desde Utrecht hasta Rotterdam. Por la noche: paseo por la ciudad (gratuito).

Día 3: Rotterdam — Schiedam – Delft – Rotterdam, (28 - 50 km)
Tour en bici por Schiedam, “ciudad de la ginebra”, y la zona de Delfland hasta llegar a Delft. Visite el magnífico centro de la ciudad con sus pequeños canales, pintorescas calles, puentes y callejuelas. Para muchos de nuestros invitados, la visita a las fábricas “Royal Delft”, donde se elabora la cerámica de Delft, es uno de los mejores momentos del recorrido. Luego regresaras pedaleando a Rotterdam. En la nochecita breve paseo nocturno por la ciudad.

Día 4:  Dordrecht — Alblasserdam en bus acuático   |   Kinderdijk – (Gouda) – Schoonhoven,(30 o 58 km)
Puedes comenzar pedaleando o el bus acuático te puede llevarte a ti y tu bicicleta hasta Alblasserdam. Luego de unos minutos de comenzado el circuito llegaras a Kinderdijk (Patrimonio cultural de la humanidad UNESCO, con su impresionante fila de 19 molinos juntos).
 Visite los 19 molinos de viento de Kinderdijk, declarados Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco. Luego podrás optar por un tour largo en bici para visitar la hermosa ciudad de Gouda, conocida por su queso, o un tour más corto por Alblasserwaard. Ambos recorridos terminan en Schoonhoven, “ciudad de la plata”, a orillas del río Lek. Aquí podrás visitar una orfebrería.

Día 6: Haarlem– Costa del mar del norte – Haarlem, (40 o 50 km) | Tardecita: Haarlem– Zaandam
Este día podrá optar entre dos tours en bici, los dos te llevaran por las hermosas dunas de Kennemer, situadas en un parque Nacional donde podrás ver variedades de especies de pájaros, vacas escocesas y ponys. Luego de la visita a los resorts de Bloemendaal y Zandvoort pedalearas por los bosques, pasando por el centro de Haarlem, para llegar de vuelta al barco. El tour más largo te llevara hacia la máquina de vapor más grande del mundo, la bomba de Cruquius, y luego regresaras a Haarlem. Por la noche, el barco navegará hasta Zaandam.

Día 7: Zaandam – Amsterdam (aprox. 30 km / 19 millas)
Circuito en bici desde Zaandam hasta el museo al aire libre “Zaanse Schans” (donde podrá ver casas tradicionales de madera, molinos de viento y utensilios para fabricar queso y zapatos de madera o zuecos). El tour sigue su curso a través de la zona recreativa de “Twiske” hasta llegar a Amsterdam. Tarde y noche en Amsterdam. Si no realizó un tour en canal el primer día, podrá hacerlo hoy.

Día 8: Amsterdam: final del recorrido
Después del desayuno: desembarque y final del tour

Las partes descriptas usando Itálicas serán cubiertas con este barco.

En el Liza Marleen, Sailing Home, y Wending

*Abordo del De Ámsterdam: Salidas los días de abril,14, 21 y 28 y mayo 5, existe la posibilidad de visitar exhibición de tulipanes más famosa del mundo en el parque Keukenhof en Lisse se puede ir en bus/tren o tren + bici. Los Transfer/tickets/ y entradas no están incluidas.

*Abordo del De Holland: Salidas los días de abril, 28, existe la posibilidad de visitar exhibición de tulipanes más famosa del mundo en el parque Keukenhof en Lisse se puede ir en bus/tren o tren + bici. Los Transfer/tickets/ y entradas no están includes.

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  • Wilf C. 1 month ago

    In short, the South Holland boat-bike trip exceeded all my expectations. The routes, scenery and attractions were unbeatable. The boat cabins were small (akin to a university dorm room) but were extremely functional and comfortable. All of the staff did their utmost to satisfy our needs. We experienced windy days, a rainy day and lots of sun - the biking was always good. I'm typically a trip planner, so having all the logistics taken care of by the tour company made this an exceptional cycling vacation. I have already recommended the tour to many of my cycling friends.

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Colleen S. 2 months ago

    I very much enjoyed the beauty of the Netherlands countryside. Amazed by the extent to which the country is so bicycle friendly!

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Daniella from Tripsite 2 months ago

    This tour is incredible. It is all in one: beaches, dunes, historic towns, beautiful scenery, taste richness. Idyllic rides crossing the countryside passing by dreamy little towns while enjoying the caring of a dedicate and welcoming boat crew which felt like family. Getting up in the morning was a blessing. Every pedal took us to a new horizon of beauty, iconic landscapes and charming quarters which involved us in a good state of mind and body. Your whole self responds to this amazing atmosphere of enjoyment. History and culture just embraces you for the whole time. Meals are delicious; trying the local cheese, fruits, street food, or just finding a picturesque corner for a coffee is priceless. Getting back to our boat (Liza Marleen) was like arriving at home after an exciting and rewarding adventure. The captain and her crew knew exactly what we needed to replenish our energy while making every meal a pleasure. We were also lucky to get warm and long days, so as an extra, we Read more… got to jump into the inviting waters to extend a little more the incredible experience of each day. Our 7 years old daughter loved everything, even the cultural aspects of it is an invitation to all ages and tastes. I recommend this tour to every and anyone. It is definitely a bucket list top item.

    Barco: Liza Marleen

  • Ronerto R. 4 months ago

    Exciting bike and barge tour throughout Southern Holland. Definitely proclaiming a successful trip in a beautiful Holland. Safe and crew were very attentive and courteous.
    Felt mislead by bike insurance offerer by Tripsite. Later found out bike staff on the barge that if the bike was damaged I would have to pay upfront the amount of damage that I caused to the bike staff and then I can put a claim to the insurance by Tripsite which I would be reimbursed at that time This was a minor snafu and I was very disappointed about the misrepresentation when I was told the insurance would cover everything upon needing the coverage for bike damages.

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Donald B. 4 months ago

    South Holland trip was beyond what we were expecting in terms of scenery, trails and dedication by the Holland tour operators.

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Rachel F. 4 months ago

    It was the trip of a lifetime!!! This was a trip on my bucket list and could not have asked for better!! Thank you!

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Katie H. 5 months ago

    This was a very positive experience. Bikers of all abilities can participate in this tour. The navigation can be a bit tricky. I would definitely recommend using the navigation app in addition to the maps & briefings. However, there was usually a friendly local or another member of the group not too far away to help get you back on the route. The barge was very nice. We had an upgraded room. Plenty of storage space. The guides were excellent. The staff on the barge couldn’t have been nicer. The food was very good. The tour itself exceeded my expectations. Holland is beautiful. The route took us through a variety of geography. Lots of quintessential Dutch experiences, windmills, cheese, delft, etc.. The de Amsterdam is a larger boat than most so you have a large group. Neither here nor there, just a note if you prefer a more intimate group.

    Barco: De Holland

  • Scott P. 6 months ago

    Our trip through south Holland was a history lesson with activity all in one. We had the day to enjoy countryside, beautiful gardens, canals and the old brick homes and cities along the way. Each morning we had fresh local baking to start our day and pack a lunch. We enjoyed a wonderful three course supper every evening experiencing different cuisines and fresh local produce. Many evenings a history walk was included after supper, finishing the day with some information on the city we were near. The week went by too quickly. ( I would recommend bringing earplugs to help sleep as some of the mooring places were noisier than where we live.) All in all a very wonderful holiday, we would do it again.

    Barco: Wending

  • Sarah D. 7 months ago

    There were 3 of us from the USA traveling together. They told us to lock our bikes and take the key with us when we went into a store or restaurant. Toward the end of the trip we ( all 3 of us ) went into a store and did not luck our bikes. When we came out of the store one of the bikes was GONE. We took one of our other phones and called the USA to have the spouse lock the missing phone and track the bike on the GPS. The missing bike was 6 miles away at a big store. The shop owner called the police- the police went to the store- closed the store down for 45 minutes and locked all the 4 doors to the store. The police walked into the store looking for the red and black bike bag- saw it- walked up to the man , who was using the stolen phone and arrested him. He had stolen bikes before. They were so happy to catch him this time. The police never found the helmet and the man took $100, US dollars. They found the bike in the front of the store, as we knew the Read more… bike's # and brand. The phone was recovered. The thief was put in jail for 2 nights- we were told. The bike was returned to the barge. The victim was returned to the barge by the police. Lesson learned- NEVER LEAVE YOUR BIKE UNLOCKED and TAKE the KEY! On a lighter note- the wildflowers and wildlife a long the canals, were unbelievable! Would do it again, but lock our bikes.

    Barco: De Holland

  • Martha B. 7 months ago

    Scenery was excellent, dinners on the boat were superb, and the guide (Peter) was friendly, helpful, and competent. Suggestion--let there be hot water for tea or coffee available any time--not just till 6PM. Also, supply plastic bags for packing lunches--or advise people to bring their own.

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Pam W. 7 months ago

    This trip exceeded all my expectations. It is a wonderful way to see the country. The accommodations were very comfortable. We will be back. And recommend it to our friends.

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Dave C. 8 months ago

    The De Amsterdam is more like a cruise ship than a barge, very nice cabin, very nice dining room.

    Barco: De Amsterdam

  • Norma B. 12 months ago

    This trip has been on my bucket list for several years. I did it, just turned 70 years old. We had a lot of rain so felt we were constantly rushing or dodging the rain....no fault of yours of course. This was our first time using the bike trails so were somewhat confused but we did it. One suggestion would be to inform riders which direction to head, left or right, off the ramp. Loved it.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Adrianus S. 1 year ago

    My wife and I were part of a custom tour charter excursion as sibling/spouse reunion. The cycling portion of the trip was wonderful and accommodations on board were wonderfully. Great captain, hosts, and cooks did a wonderful job. We would love to do it again!

    Barco: Zwaantje

  • John B. 1 year ago

    Cycling gave us a good look at south Holland. Wonderful variety. Passed through peaceful farm land and enjoyed the many small towns we passed through. Getting lost from time to time forced us to interact with locals and many of those occasions turned into highlights. Found the Dutch people to be most helpful.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Gaye S. 1 year ago

    It was quite an adventure! Best way to see the real country and people of Holland.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Eileen C. 1 year ago

    The Southern Tour from Amsterdam in the Netherlands is a wonderful trip. It was my first time on a cycling tour and I felt that I received all the information that I needed in order to prepare and to make a wonderful experience. The route had nice a diversity between cycling and stopping in Dutch cities. The crew was very helpful and friendly, and the food was great. My bicycle couldn't have been more comfortable. I highly recommend this trip.

    Barco: Liza Marleen

  • Walter V. 1 year ago

    A wonderful way to see the Netherlands and experience different parts of the country. Food on the barge was excellent. I do recommend you practice a lot before the trip to prevent saddle sores. Proper biking pants helps a lot.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Doyle S. 1 year ago

    Most Memorable Part: The trip to kinderdijk was fantastic.

    Barco: Wending

  • Christa V. 1 year ago

    The combination of beautiful bike routes and coming back to amazing meals each evening made for a vacation I would consider doing again.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Pak Ching A. 1 year ago

    Most memorable part: Getting to know many friends from different countries.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Sian W. 1 year ago

    The biking was wonderful with a great variety of landscapes and villages to see.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Thelma K. 1 year ago

    I learned and saw things from the Netherlands that I had never seen before. I loved the cycling through the dunes.

    Barco: Zwaan

  • Daniel A. 2 years ago

    This tour was the perfect way to see the Netherlands.The biking and scenery was wonderful. The staff was nice, the food was adequate, the boat could use a style update but it was clean with basic small cabins.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Azam E. 2 years ago

    Boat and bike trip was our first experience. It was really amazing and well- organized one :)) we just wish to have more options for healthy food on board and choose our table at dinner time to socialize with more people than having assigned seats every night. -Thank you

    Barco: De Holland

  • Connie V. 2 years ago

    Loved all the windmills, museum's, and bike routes. The food was delicious. Staff were excellent. I recommend to do the long routes as you get to see more.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Mike S. 2 years ago

    The overall experience was excellent. We enjoyed the intimacy of a relatively small group on the boat. It allowed us to meet a number of people over the course of the week. We will definitely be returning in the future.

    If I had one suggestion it would be to limit the number of days where there was a deadline to meet the boat in the late afternoon as these deadlines sometimes creates pressure to complete the route quicker than I would have otherwise chosen.

    Barco: De Holland

    • Jehiel 2 years ago

      Hi Mike! I agree with you. We will pass this along to our local partner to see if we can remedy this. Thank you for the suggestion!

  • Lauren F. 2 years ago

    The most memorable parts were the wonderful roads to ride on in The Netherlands, the food was delicious, the staff members were accommodating and friendly .
    We loved this barge experience so much we signed up to do Northern Holland.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Kathleen L. 2 years ago

    The most memorable part was riding through the windmill countryside.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Sya C. 2 years ago

    The most memorable part was the wonderful hospitality we experienced on the Zwaantje. The captain and staff were great and I could recommend them to anyone. It was a fantastic way to enjoy a siblings reunion.

    Barco: Zwaantje

  • John O. 2 years ago

    The crew on the barge were fantastic. The trip exceeded our already high expectations.

    Barco: Zwaantje

  • Cornelis S. 2 years ago

    We were very pleased with the bike/barge tour on the Swaantje. Being a slightly smaller boat, it took us right into the heart of the towns. Boat staff most friendly and accommodating. Our bike guide Felix was a gem. Great sense of humour and understanding of everyone's concerns.

    Barco: Zwaantje

  • Helen M. 2 years ago

    The scenery was beautiful and the barge was lovely. The most memorable part of the trip was the people - the Dutch are friendly and helpful, and the Angela Esmee crew was exceptional!

    Barco: De Holland

  • Maggie C. 2 years ago

    Wonderful standard of accommodation - meals quality and cabin comfort were excellent. Cheese tasting on board every evening was an unexpected bonus. The bikes are operated by a pedal break which was a new experience for our group of 7 but we adapted over the course of the trip. The cycle routes were excellent, not too strenuous and were long enough so that you really felt that you had a good day's exercise and yet there was just enough time to stop off in some of the lovely towns and villages for museum and cafe visits.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • W. Flink 3 years ago

    This is our third bike and barge trip and we would come back to do another. We had a great time! The boat, the Liza Marleen, was very nice, the crew very friendly, and our bike guide informative, interesting, and a lot of fun. It was very nice going on a small size boat and the crew created a family-like atmosphere which made the trip very enjoyable. One one particularly warm and longer day, the crew handed out delicious popsicles as we climbed back aboard at the end of the day. We appreciated the all the small details like this. We tell many friends that they should do one of these Bike and Barge trips. We'll be back.

    Barco: Liza Marleen

  • M. Gaherty 3 years ago

    Trip was outstanding however a comment. Upon our arrival on the boat, the first thing they tried to do was sell us bike insurance. We showed them the paperwork that we had paid 15 Euros. They countered that their ins was only 10 Euro and that it would be easier to settle a claim because we would not have to get reimbursed by you. We did not buy their ins but this turned us off immediately. Also, why are we paying 15 when they charge 10? This option should have been explained to us. Now the good news: boat was beautiful and we had a great room. Food was absolutely outstanding! I thought it was exceptional on Theodor Kormer but Anna Maria Agnes had them beat by a hair! And our guide, Niko, what a doll! Wish I could have taken him home with me! Prior to our trip my friends and I spent a few days in Amsterdam. While visiting museums, I lost my new jacket, new Galaxy S-7 phone and my digital camera! We retraced our steps, went to police station. I came to the conclusion that Read more… I might have left them on the tram but it was Friday, the lost and found was closed until Monday. On Day 2 of our trip, I asked Nico if he could help me by calling the tram lost and found, which he did. The next evening, he approached me with a big grin and told me that they had recovered my items on the tram. What a miracle! He wrote down the case # and gave me directions to find the lost and found. Thank you Thank you to Nico!!
    One suggestion: we were given no instruction as to what the street signs meant. I know a little bit of Dutch and even I had a problem with them. I would suggest that a handout be prepared for all English speaking, showing pictures of the signs and interpretations. Also, a short session on cars vs bikes; who has the right of way etiquette ...that would be very helpful. Several times, we stopped at intersections, only to have bikers pass us or swear at us for stopping. At times, the route numbers were confusing but that was not the fault of Nico. There were some route changes, construction, which deviated from the map.
    Overall, we had a wonderful time!!!!!!!!!II have already had some friends who are interested in booking a trip to Holland through tripsite.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

    • Jan 3 years ago

      Thanks for getting back to us, Maureen. Per our earlier conversation, we will be refunding you the difference. It is our policy to match the boats bike insurance price and we apologize for this inconvenience.

      Regards,
      Jan

  • P. Watson 3 years ago

    Due to the length of the cycling routes, there should have been better quality bikes. All gears should have been in working order.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • V. Silberstein 3 years ago

    This was a fabulous trip! The best way to see the Netherlands is by boat and barge. This cruise far exceeded my expectations. The barge was homey and warm, the crew was so special. They took care of our every need, and did it in a friendly and caring manner. The chef was phenomenal! The value for your money was great. I would do this again in a heartbeat!

    Barco: Liza Marleen

  • N. Miles 3 years ago

    There was initially a question with the insurance we had purchased from you. We had to purchase again on board. After it was reported to you, things were quickly resolved. We had another glorious trip with you and appreciate your help.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Lynda Vera 3 years ago

    Excellent trip, guide & staff. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Only downside was the cabin or perhaps the pillow was a bit musty - had allergic symptoms/ loss of sleep during the night but was fine during the day.

    Barco: Wending

  • Jeffrey Douglas 3 years ago

    The trip is excellent and we are now booked for our third time. However, and I know this is out of control of anyone, but our last trip was affected because of the crane accident near Gouda. This caused a rerouting of half the trip and because of that, we missed half of the sites that we wanted to see. On another note, the country should really make it illegal to dump raw sewage from the boats. This is disgusting and makes the waterways unclean. One would think that the government should do something about this and set up pumping stations. Otherwise, we really enjoy the bike/barge rides and will continue to go on them in the future.

    Barco: Wending

  • Doug Dowell 3 years ago

    The food was spectacular on both tours. The crew and guides were excellent on both tours. In particular, having guides with expertise in the history and art of the area is much more important than expertise in cycling. We have been recommending these tours to friends and family all summer long. Thank you.

    Barco: Sailing Home

  • Bruce Carter 3 years ago

    The route presentations by the guide were difficult to follow because they did not use a Powerpoint type presentation with a screen. This left the guest fumbling through paperwork which made the presentation difficult to understand and increased the risk of getting lost along the way.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Jean Louis Bergeron 3 years ago

    On some days, we could have biked more. Very pleasant walks in the evenings.
    Very small window in our room.

    Barco: Anna Antal

  • Ron Neesham 5 years ago

    We have just returned from our holiday on the Anna Marie Agnes which we thoroughly enjoyed. The whole voyage and cycle riding was well planned and, Ida, the guide could not have been better.

    We were allocated a dining table with a total of eight English speakers who all gelled from the first meal and we sometimes met at path side cafes.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

  • Alison Stilwell 7 years ago

    It has been about 5 years since I did the Southern Tour. I have wonderful memories and have been thinking about booking another bike/barge tour for the past few years. Maybe 2012 will be the year! Never having completed a bike tour, I was happily surprised by the quality of the bikes and was always able to easily keep up with the group.

    Barco: Anna Maria Agnes

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