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Provence - Wilderness of Camargue by Prosper 7 days ago • Permalink/Reply
This was my 5th bike/barge Tripsite tour and it was just as amazing as my first. The guide was knowledgeable and the group was an interesting blend of former and present U.S. Air Force personnel as well as Italians, Americans, French and Flemish. The weather in mid April was the biggest challenge with hailstorms and thunder, which made the trip all the more memorable. The bull fights (humane but sad), the aqueducts, and the food, oh the food! As always a nice cross section of people who are like minded in their zest for life and the enjoyment of experiencing Provence at 11 mph at sea level. (Oh, and they do warn you about the hills and the wind, which I glossed over BEFORE we went). The reason I rated this a 4 Star is I'm reserving the top prize for something that knocks my socks off!
Provence - Wilderness of Camargue by Cheryl M. 4 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Amazing staff and great guide
Bruges to Amsterdam Bike Tour by Jim C. 4 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Meeting the native people from the Netherlands and Belgium. Meeting other cyclists on the tour routes.
Countries: Belgium, Netherlands
Lake Garda and the Adige River Cycle route by Rosana S. 4 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The best trip i’ve ever done was through Danubio, from Passau to Vienna. It was perfect, the scenery, the route, the boat. It was my first time in a bike and tour trip. It was in 2016 and since then it,’s the only way i like to travel. A new world for me, I felt like a child recovering my childhood near from nature!
Tulip Tour - 4 Day by Liz B. 4 months ago • Permalink/Reply
A wonderful way to see The Netherlands. Visiting the tulip fields and flower market was so colourful and informative. Very easy cycling on great roads.
Mantova to Venice or Venice to Mantova by Douglas Y. 4 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Our bike and barge from Venice was fantastic. The villages were quaint and the opportunity to swim in the Adriatic Sea was a great way to cool down and relax. Our trip aboard the Ave Maria was wonderful. Captain Connie, Enrico, Giuliano, Silvia and Helmut made our trip to be quite memorable! Giuliano and Silvia made fabulous gourmet dinners for us. Our only complaint would be that there were periods of riding on dikes/floodbanks but all the stops along the way were very interesting and full of character. The visit to a Grana Padano cheese plant was followed by a wine and cheese picnic and our ending destination, Mantua was beautifully surrounded by 3 lakes. We would definitely recommend this trip!
Boat: Ave Maria
Istria by Susane R. 4 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Dinners on board were amazing! Our cook, Kuki, was creative and as gourmet as a fine restaurant would be!
La Rioja, Land of Wine by Cindy D. 4 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Every bike should come with a FPS or Harmon with the route loaded in it. Pulling out a piece of paper at every turn is not an option
Metz to Cochem or Cochem to Metz by Garnet T. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The preparation and presentation of the meals, especially the evening meals was outstanding. And the fellowship with the other passengers was also a great highlight aided by the small number of guests.
Countries: France, Luxembourg, Germany
Bruges to Amsterdam by Michael O. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Boat: Sailing Home
Around Stockholm: Land of Lakes and Castles by Yael B. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The scenery is beautiful. Some of the hotels -2- were super. We had problems with our bicycles and it took time to have a solution. We enjoyed.
Koblenz to Saarburg by Lynn F. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Our first trip with Tripsite (bike/barge on the Mosel River) was fantastic! Our “barge” was charming, neat, well run... my idea of a barge. The bikes were good, our route along the river could not have been more beautiful, with the little towns and all the vineyards. The food was great, the other passengers were nice and friendly, staff were wonderful, the weather perfect... we all had a great time.
Tulip Tour - 10 Day - Amsterdam to Bruges by John G. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Boat: Quo Vadis
Countries: Netherlands, Belgium
Bruges to Amsterdam by Ann A. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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!
North Holland Tour by Susan O. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The De Holland is a lovely barge with a proficient staff and nice upper level staterooms. The food was above average and the after-ride beer is a great value. The North Holland area is very rural with small towns but mostly agricultural routes. Easy navigating because The Netherlands has an extensive network of bikeways and understandable wayfinding. The history of diking, watermills and pumping is fascinating and would be good to know about as you ride through this area. Our trip was in the beginning of October and we had beautiful weather although it can be windy along some portions of the ride.
Boat: De Holland
Famous Villages of Provence by Colleen J. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The e-bikes are essential for enjoying the beautiful, hilly terrain!
Bruges to Amsterdam by April S. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Awesome experience...biked along canals, by windmills and visited cities...literally smelled the roses. Must do!
Lakes Trail by Susan J. 5 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Unfortunately left a jacket and pair of arm warmers in the pannier and when we contacted the tour company they said they’d check and get back to us but they didn’t and had to be chased several times and then they eventually said they couldn’t find them. This also applied to my partners pedals, they said there would be someone to remove them at our final destination and there wasn’t. We did eventually get these back but not the coat or arm warmers. Panniers must be emptied and checked for tools, locks etc so surprised these weren’t put in lost property. Lack of responses etc was disappointing after what was a good and well organized holiday.
Flavors of Italy: The very best of Emilia Romagna by John M. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The tasting opportunities added a different perspective to just cycling.
Central Greek Aegean by Annette K. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
An amazing experience with great friends
Boat: Love Boat (formerly BB2)
Along the Danube-Iron Gates by Gayle D. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Simple the thrill of cycling through Europe along the Danube River.
Countries: Austria, Germany, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Romania
Mainz to Ludwigsburg by Joan S. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
We had a wonderful time riding through the vineyards along the Rhine and Neckar Rivers and explore that small, picturesque towns along the way. Our tour leader made every effort to enhance our experience with interesting information and spontaneous adventures. Very much enjoyed the evening walks as extra value. Fine trip. Be aware that road surfaces vary.
Kvarner Bay E-Bike and Boat by Kristy M. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The different landscapes in Croatia were awesome. The guides were amazing and the atmosphere, food and accommodation on the boat were fantastic. Being an avid cyclist, I would still recommend an e bike in Croatia to better enjoy the hilly scenery.
Boat: Andela Lora
Kvarner Bay E-Bike and Boat by Brian N. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The tour guides are the trip. They are the face of your company. Anna and Gabrielle made the trip awesome despite the setbacks due to the weather, being stuck three days in one port and missing out on seeing some of the islands. Those guides were awesome. Tenna and Laura who served us were also awesome. They made sure we had top service delivering anything we asked when we asked and were always there for us when we needed something. And they were cheerful in meeting all our demands. The crew, cook and the staff were invisible to us but we could see there efforts through the results they delivered. The ship was kept top notch and clean the whole time as were the bikes. My bike was maintained and repaired even though I never asked for any changes. New tires showed up one day for instance, it was time for new tires and I never had to ask, they just appeared. The food was good and I had to teach myself to not eat so much! But I still feel a bit sad that we could not complete the full agenda of the trip. The weather is the weather but I wonder what I missed out on. It’s a big world and I can’t see myself doing this exact trip again but I will recommend it to others. And I will be doing more boat and bike trips. Maybe even a mountain bike one.
Mainz to Cologne by Sandra D. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Riding through the country side of Belgium was like riding through a fairy tale. Picture Perfect!
Boat: MS Arkona
Along the Danube - Passau - Vienna - Budapest aboard the Primadonna by Ken S. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
We really enjoyed the Abbey in Melk, Tulln Gardens and the short walk about tour in Bratislavia
Countries: Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia
Along the Danube - Passau - Vienna - Budapest aboard the Primadonna by Mary B. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The most memorable part of the trip was sitting on the top deck in the evening, wrapped in a blanket, watching the clouds sail past the moon as the barge moved on to our next city on the Danube.Ensure you respond to the call to choose a table for meals on the barge if you wish to sit with or close to friends.Stay an extra night in Passau if you have the time...there is a lot to see and do.If possible, do some cycling before your trip to prepare you for the daily tours.If you would prefer to cycle with a guide let your agent know and they may be able to arrange it. It may be an option and worth an extra cost if it would make your trip more enjoyable.
South Holland Tour by Colleen S. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
I very much enjoyed the beauty of the Netherlands countryside. Amazed by the extent to which the country is so bicycle friendly!
Boat: De Amsterdam
Innsbruck to Venice by Kathy Feeley 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
We found the signage very poor on this tour especially getting out of Verona.We ended up out in the suburbs for 3 hours and wasted half a day,getting tired and frustrated.Please improve this ,it would make the trip more enjoyable.Green arrows need to be much more frequently placed.Sometimes we got to a T intersection and even with the instruction book had no clue which way to turn.Bikes were great!Hotel in Padua was not in a nice area,though close to the station.Did not feel safe at night given all the refugees hanging around outside the hotelGenerally the hotels would be better if they were closer to the town center in each cityScenery lovely ,some great countryside and villages.Enjoyed the trip but stressed out looking for green arrows that we often could not find.Definitely need GPS.
Countries: Austria, Italy
Bordeaux - Châteaux, Rivers & Wine by Charlie A. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Amazing scenery and locale. The biking maps leave a lot to be desired. Some riders had a trail app and they were lifesavers for those who were left to just the paper map booklet. Very difficult to follow. Maybe more tour guides to help out.
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