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  • Tulip Tour - 8 Day
    by Jim G. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable parts were the Keukenhof Gardens and the monstrous Flower Market.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Mantova to Venice or Venice to Mantova
    by Doreen C. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part was the guides and crew of the ship - the customer service was OUTSTANDING!!!!!

    Boat: Ave Maria

    Countries: Italy

  • Tulip Tour - 5 day
    by Rose F. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    After sorting out problems with the bikes I was assigned I found the tour through the tulip fields to be amazing. I only wish the biking had been more leisurely with opportunities to stop and enjoy the fields and take more photos.

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Tulip Tour - 4 Day
    by Andi 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    Although the weather was rather rough in April, the tulip fields were lovely. Our guide was sweet and attentive, but her lack of experience in working with large, diverse groups created some difficult situations. With more experience, she will be super. Two bikes needed basic repairs within the first twenty minutes of biking, indicating that they had not been checked prior to our group's arrival. The captain of the Jelmar was skillful in managing the barge, but his people skills are still developing. Enough said.
    Jelmar April 2017

    Boat: Jelmar

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Koblenz to Saarburg
    by Gerald R. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    Great trip but had some problems with bikes. I've had better bikes on other trips.

    Boat: Patria

    Countries: Germany

  • Koblenz to Saarburg
    by Richard S. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The best part was the setting with the river and the villages that we visited.

    Boat: Patria

    Countries: Germany

  • Tulip Tour - 8 Day
    by Dave S. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part was the wind mill sawmill. I have six people I have recommended this trip to next year they have already contacted you.

    Boat: Quo Vadis

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Holland Southern Tulip Tour
    by Darle S. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The biking and scenery was amazing. The collective group, including staff, became family. The best was the fields in bloom with tulips and such. Wow!

    Boat: Sailing Home

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Koblenz to Saarburg
    by James R. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    I just liked the laid back atmosphere of this trip and boat. The boat was simple and the crew were very friendly. It is not high end and I like that for its simplicity. It makes it very easy to relax on this trip.

    Boat: Patria

    Countries: Germany

  • Tulip Tour - Amsterdam to Bruges
    by Julie H. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part was riding through the beautiful countryside.

    Boat: Merlijn

    Countries: Belgium, Netherlands

  • Tulip Tour - Amsterdam to Bruges
    by Betsy A. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The trip was fun but I don't think the description of the trip was accurate. The trip was about 85% bike riding and 15% site seeing. I would have liked more time to explore the cities we were riding through but most of the time it was too late or placed were closed. Not sure if I would do another tour like this. The riding was beautiful but I really expected more site seeing according to the trip description.

    Boat: Merlijn

    Countries: Belgium, Netherlands

  • Along the Danube - Passau to Vienna
    by Jim and Margaret Molineux 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    We have just returned from our boat/bike adventure and enjoyed it immensely. Being the only English speaking passengers on the trip, we were in the care of the multilingual SE bike tour guides; Bernd, Andreas and Wolfgang. And look after us they did. With all the tours and information in German, we would have missed so much if it hadn't been for Bernd showing up everywhere to translate for us. The staff on board were helpful, courteous and efficient. Food was gourmet and even with cool and often wet weather, tours were interesting and biking was exhilarating. Bikes were brand new, maps were clear and information given beforehand made navigating easy. Ebikes are the way to go if climbing hills is difficult; although it is mostly flat.
    We would absolutely do this again with Trip Site or SE Tours.

    Boat: MS Normandie

    Countries: Austria, Germany

  • Tulip Tour - 7 day
    by Carla Puntel 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    We did the Tour of Tulips of last day 8 April 2017. Our group was of 9 brazilians and the compliments were unanimous. The boat is amazing, very cozy and comfortable, the food delicious and the wonderful staff. Our guide, Lia, was extremely professional, attentive and available. The bike tour was really indescribable. We’ve been through wonderful places and we could learn a bit from Netherlands and its charms.
    I would like to especially thank Jantien and all the care and attention with which she dedicated to me, when I hurt my ankle.
    Thank you for everything Jantien! We hope to see you soon in another bike tour. Big hug !

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Tulip Tour - 4 Day
    by Schalk C. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable aspects of the trip were cycling, Keukenhof tulpis, and Alsmeer flower market.

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Tulip Tour - 4 Day
    by Nitin Raj S. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The best part was the flower Gardens and flower fields.

    Boat: Jelmar

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Holland Southern Tulip Tour
    by Penelope H. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    This trip was absolutely wonderful. Even with a day or two of challenging weather.....with the right clothes it didn't matter. We were surrounded by such beauty every day and the people of the Netherlands are top notch.....you really couldn't find people that are sweeter and friendlier anywhere. Five Star Plus!!!

    Boat: Sailing Home

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Around Lake Constance
    by Deirdre R. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    On the first day at the end of the ride, we tackling the "unpleasantly steep incline"(your words).....after going the wrong way at Stein am Rhein. We should have listened to the local 'angels' we met on the way! C'est la vie!

  • Holland Southern Tulip Tour
    by Ruth K. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    Awesome experience...I just would liked for the guide to pedal slower so that I could enjoy my surroundings more.

    Boat: Wending

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Amsterdam to Bruges
    by Lai C. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part was fellow cyclists and our very helpful and knowledgeable guide.

    Countries: Netherlands, Belgium

  • Tulip Tour - 8 Day
    by Mallory W. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    Honestly, it was a dream from booking to end. I had quite a few questions that Tripsite answered within hours, but the greatest surprise was the Quo Vadis. It was incredible; my first riverboat but most definitely not my last. The ship lulled me to sleep, Chef Frank cooked the best meal of my life every night, and Captain Rendert was so accommodating and intelligent. He surveyed the weather, the course, everything everyday, and tailored it to our crew. I can't wait for my next cruise!

    Boat: Quo Vadis

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Camino de Santiago Bike Tour
    by Luis Crouch 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    This trip was, like others organized by Tripsite, fantastic. The duration was perfect, the rating easy-moderate was correct. Note that there are a few places where you have to dismount and walk your bike. The local partner in Porto was great. My brother's chain snapped, and they organized a repair in the next town before we even got to it, and my brother's bike was fixed within hours.
    The local operator clearly care about cycling a lot. They were very organized and friendly and gave us a walking tour of Porto the day before we set out.
    The scenery is fantastic, the food is great, take advantage and eat a lot of cod! I wish we had stayed a little longer in Santiago, as it is a wonderful city. The bikes we were provided were excellent. In short, one of the best adventures of my life. I'd recommend it to anyone.

    Countries: Portugal, Spain

  • Around Romantic Bruges
    by Carol F. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    Bruges was an amazingly beautiful city and the accommodations were wonderful.

    Countries: Belgium

  • Tulip Tour - 5 day
    by Ana B. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    Excellent trip!

    Countries: Netherlands

  • Tulip Tour - 5 day
    by Ann H. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part was the people we met.

    Countries: Netherlands

  • A postcard from Myanmar - Hennie’s last update from Asia.
    by Philip Towns 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    Hi Hennie, I am planning to cycle from india ti thailand (mae sot) and would love any tips that you may have. Planning to do it october/november this year

    Countries: Burma

  • Famous Villages of Provence
    by Michele D. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part was beautiful scenery, especially the magical villages we rode through in Provence.

    Countries: France

  • Around Lake Constance
    by Deirdre R. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part was the beautiful scenery, because of the spring blooming and greenery everywhere. We recommend someone to go on the trial to prepare markings at every intersection. We had to guess which way to go many times. For international travelers, maybe one page in the booklet of the varied biking markings would be very helpful.
    The law in all 3 countries does not require you to bring a helmet, but we recommend it.

  • Costa Rican Adventure
    by Mireille G. 1 year agoPermalink/Reply

    The most memorable part of my trip was our day in Samara. We biked to three beaches and the views were wonderful. We biked on the beach at sunset and that experience was surreal.

    Countries: Costa Rica

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