Experience the beautiful sights of Belgium and the Netherlands from the back of a bicycle and the ease of a river barge. The winner of this package for two can expect to travel through the historic Flemish cities of Bruges, Ghent, and Antwerp as you make your way up to Amsterdam through Holland. This package has pre-set dates of October 13 – 20, 2018.
Your journey will commence in Bruges, the Venice of the North! A picturesque town, you can take in the sites of Bruges from your bike seat as you wind along the city’s tidal rivers. In the evening you will board the barge and travel overnight to Antwerp, the city of the artist Rubens. You might admire his Baroque paintings in the Cathedral of Our Lady, sample the local cuisine, or both! It’s your adventure.
Next up you will wind your way through South Holland where you can visit the beloved Dutch windmills of Kinderdijk and bike along the river Vecht. Take in the regal mansions lining its banks and breathe in the atmosphere of days gone by. This trip will introduce you to a part of the Netherlands known for its beauty and culture and give you the opportunity to indulge in Flemish hospitality. For more details on the daily schedule click here:
These holidays are appropriate for anyone in good physical condition with basic cycling skills. Daily rides are on virtually flat terrain and you will have the opportunity to spend up to 4 hours each day on your bicycle.
Included in the package: 8 days/7 nights, 7 breakfasts, 6 dinners on board, packed lunches for bike trips, coffee and tea on board, a tour guide, use of bed linen and towels, daily cleaning of the cabin, climate controlled cabins, welcome drink, a canal trip in Ghent, and beer tasting on board!
Trip valid for October 13-20, 2018 Bruges-Belgium Tour. Additional options, not included: Personal insurances, bike rentals, gratuities (at your discretion), additional drinks, excursion expenses, and airfare. Upon Request: E-bike rental (for additional fee) and accommodations for special diets.
Contributed by KIDS Center.