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Amsterdam to Bruges by Michael W. 6 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Countries: Netherlands, Belgium
Bruges to Amsterdam by Steyn R. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Best parts: Having the same bed to return to after each day's cyclingEfficiency and pleasantness of staff
Countries: Belgium, Netherlands
Bruges to Paris or Paris to Bruges by Angela M. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Countries: Belgium, France
Bruges to Amsterdam by Carol E. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
We had a wonderful time on our trip from Bruges to Amsterdam,everyone was so friendly and helpful...we have booked another tripnext Sept.
Tulip Tour - 10 Day - Amsterdam to Bruges by Karen G. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Tulip Tour - Amsterdam to Bruges - 8 day by Karina M. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Boat: Quo Vadis
Amsterdam to Bruges by Lynn Y. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Most Memorable Part? Cycling into Amsterdam
Amsterdam to Bruges by Art D. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Boat: Magnifique II
Bruges to Paris or Paris to Bruges by Richard N. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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!
Amsterdam to Bruges Bike Tour by Curt K. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Our bike barge tour was fantastic, starting with the scenery and locals backed up by the staff , food and guides.
Bruges to Amsterdam by Krystal W. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Bruges to Amsterdam by Maricar K. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Boat: Magnifique III
Amsterdam to Bruges by Jennie G. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Amsterdam to Bruges by John G. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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.
Bruges to Amsterdam by John G. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
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"
Bruges to Paris or Paris to Bruges by Lynn S. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Lovely scenery, experiences and meals at the end of the day.
Amsterdam to Bruges by Margaret W. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Best part of trip traveling with friends old and new. Beautiful scenery. Great food. A great challenge. Looking forward to my next trip
Boat: Sailing Home
Bruges to Amsterdam by Ross M. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
This was truly an amazing adventure with great people from around the world. We are now Bike vacation people for life. Can't wait for our next booked trip to start!
Amsterdam to Bruges by Gina F. 7 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Amsterdam to Bruges . The most memorable part of the cruise was our singalong. After a full day of cycling and a fabulous dinner by our cook Ayelt, we returned to the Anna Antal to find a surprise: our Captain Arnaud was also a guitarist and singer! So we gathered round, local wine in hand and took turns choosing from his songbooks our favorite tunes and singing along. It was a bonding experience that you could only find on a small tour where we all cycled together and learned about the customs of the countries we explored away from the touristy crowds.
Boat: Anna Antal
Amsterdam to Bruges by Denis E. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Most memorable part? Scenery and food and small group size
Bruges to Paris or Paris to Bruges by Warren S. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Very enjoyable trip! Great accommodation, great cycling and great crew & guides.
Bruges to Amsterdam by Adele S. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Biking on paths that were mostly not too crowded. The architecture was so different from the U.S. I really enjoyed seeing the neat homes with lots of flowers still in bloom in late Sept. The small towns full of beautiful old buildings and churches. Our guide did a great job of teaching us the history of the area.
Amsterdam to Bruges by Catherine S. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Our trip on the Sailing Home Amsterdam to Brugge was far more than we expected. The cabins are spacious enough for 2 people and the bathroom was well equipped and plenty enough space. The outside deck area was very social and the best way to finish the day with sundowners and your fellow cyclists. Loved this trip and would highly recommend.
Bruges to Paris or Paris to Bruges by Eric D. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
First time I've had an art historian/architecture teacher as a tour guide. Geert was wonderful and enriched every stop.
Amsterdam to Bruges by Katherine T. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Everyone should take this trip! A truly wonderful experience.
Amsterdam to Bruges by Barbara G. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
The bike and barge trip from Amsterdam aboard the Magnifique II greatly exceeded our expectations. The camaraderie among the passengers developed quickly. The staff was friendly and professional. This was our first such trip and We are anxious to book the next.
Bruges to Amsterdam by Kevin H. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
My partner and I are experienced cycle tourists who have had to take a few years off. We expected to enjoy it, but not as much as if we were rising independently. We couldn't have been more wrong! Maybe we just struck it lucky with our particular group, but we found them all interesting and nice to spend time with, the crew were all amazing, bikes ideal for the purpose and route well-selected and interesting. What I have also found myself raving about is value for money. For this kind of organized trip my expectation was that we would be paying a premium for not having organized everything ourselves: in fact we couldn't possibly have organized anything like this experience for less cost - the value was exceptional. We will certainly be back.
Bruges to Paris or Paris to Bruges by Rod C. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
Everything was memorable, the other guests, crew, routes, guide, barge and food. 14 days with a break in the middle was just right for timing.
Bruges to Amsterdam by Sue D. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
We thoroughly enjoyed our barge/cycle tour from Bruges to Amsterdam. We were lucky that the weather was cool and mostly dry with light to moderate winds behind us most of the way, thankfully. We had a fun mix of travelers from Denmark, Canada, the US and Australia and our 2 guides led us on some interesting and informative tours of towns and villages along the way. We all enjoyed the quality and variety of the evening meals and were able to set off each day after a hearty breakfast with plenty of lunch and snacks in our saddle bags. We were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the barge, the Fluvius. The dining area was modern and had ample room for relaxing and dining and lots of guests enjoyed the top deck area after a long day riding. We were on the lower deck with 2 single beds and our own ensuite. It was large enough for two people and had ample storage for our suitcases and bike gear. A lockable safe and hair dryer were in each room. The cycle itself was very easy as the countryside, while beautiful, is very flat. Having said that, the ride was varied as we were sometimes following rivers or canals and at others riding through forest or farmland, though tiny villages or into incredible cities such as Ghent or Antwerp. I would thoroughly recommend this cycle to others. It was our second barge/cycle tour and we can't wait to plan another.
Bruges to Amsterdam by Harold S. 8 months ago • Permalink/Reply
All days, with one exception, were beautiful, pleasurable, interesting, refreshing. The one exception day, that was actually most memorable, had very strong headwinds and some driving rain. It was the one day that added a sense of reality to this fabulous biking adventure.
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