Travel early, because it is worth it. Amsterdam with its typical mansions and numerous sights such as the world-famous museums of Van Gogh and Rembrandt or the Anne Frank House is waiting for you. Enjoy the first day of your bike tour and stroll through the alleys of the old town or take a canal tour.
In the morning you say goodbye to Amsterdam and cycle first to Haarlem. In this typical Dutch town you will find windmills, canals and drawbridges. After a tour of the town, the route will take you on to Zandvoort. At the end of the first cycling stage, enjoy a visit to the extensive sandy beach of Zandvoort.
Today you cycle always along the North Sea coast. In many places you have the opportunity to take a break on the beach and maybe jump into the cool water. In spring, take advantage of the time to visit the Keukenhof. Here you can admire over 7 million tulips, hyacinths and daffodils. Today's overnight destination, The Hague, offers many museums for those interested in art and culture. Or use the end of the day for a last visit to the beach?
The bike path now leads you away from the coast into the interior again. After a short ride you will reach the university town of Delft, famous for Delft porcelain. Marvel at the works of the famous Dutch painter in the Vermeer Center. After the visit, fortify yourself in one of the many cafes and restaurants. At the end of the day you will reach Rotterdam, one of the most interesting cities in Europe. In addition to the architecture worth seeing and the harbor, the city also offers a variety of shopping and dining options.
Before you get in the saddle today, you'll have the opportunity to take a little stroll through Rotterdam. Or set off early for a detailed tour of the windmills in Kinderdijk. Two of the windmills from the 18th century, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, can also be visited from the inside. After the visit, the bike tour continues to the medieval town of Gouda. The town is world famous for its eponymous cheese. The town house in the middle of the market square is one of the oldest Gothic town halls in the Low Countries.
You leave Gouda and cycle right into the green heart of the Netherlands. You cycle along old rivers, through wide polders and picturesque villages. Today's cycling stage ends in the historic old town of Utrecht with its picturesque parks and canals. Enjoy a refreshing beer in one of the numerous restaurants and bars to end the day.
On the last cycling day of your trip you will first cycle along the course of the river Utrechtse Vecht. In this beautiful landscape with a lot of culture and history you can relax fabulously. In the afternoon you will reach Amsterdam again. Enjoy the special atmosphere of the city. If you did not have the opportunity to do so on your arrival, take an extended walk through the Amsterdam canal belt.
Your bike tour through the most beautiful cities of Holland ends today after breakfast. If you would like to stay longer in Amsterdam, we are happy to book extra nights for you.
- Overnight stay with breakfast
- room with D/bath/WC
- luggage transport
- Cycling map with marked route
- Digital route guidance via smartphone app
- Tips for trip preparation
- Tourist information
- 7-day hotline service
Below you will find specific information about the cycle tour Holland: the most beautiful cities.
If you have any further questions about this trip, just give us a call: Tel: 06421 - 886890.
Arrival by plane
The nearest airport is Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS), from here you can reach Amsterdam with a short train ride to Amsterdam Sloterdijk, which departs 6 times per hour and takes approx. 10 minutes. Continue by bus or cab to your hotel. Timetables and tickets can be found at www.ns.nl/en. Information about the bus and how to reach the hotel can be found at: www.9292.nl/en.
Information train journey
Information bus trip
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Travel by train
Amsterdam is easy to reach by train from all major cities in Germany. The best way to reach our partner hotels in Amsterdam from the train station is by taking a short cab ride. You can find up-to-date timetable information and prices at www.bahn.de.
Depending on the hotel booked, there is an underground parking garage at the hotel, the costs are approx. 20 - 30 EUR per day, no reservation necessary, payable on site.
On the outskirts of Amsterdam there are public Park & Ride garages, costs approx. 15 EUR per day, no reservation possible, payable on site.
You will receive detailed information about the parking facilities at the hotel you have booked with your detailed travel documents two weeks after your arrival.
Condition of the cycle paths
You cycle on quiet, flat and asphalted cycle paths and side roads with almost no inclines. The route is well signposted and the junction system in the Netherlands makes navigation easier. This tour is easy to cycle and is also suitable for families with children.
Available rental bikes
You can choose from 21-speed unisex bikes with derailleur gears and freewheel and 8-speed electric bikes (unisex). All unisex bikes have a low step-through and are available in various frame sizes. Simply state your bike preference when booking.
Extra costs that are not included in the tour price
A possible tourist tax is not included in the tour price and must therefore be paid at the hotel.
7-day hotline service
If your bike chain breaks, floods make it impossible to continue your journey or other nasty surprises await you: We are available for you 7 days a week and will organize help as quickly as possible.
Passport and visa requirements
For EU citizens, there are no special passport or visa requirements or health formalities to be observed for this trip.
The statutory insolvency insurance is already included in the tour price. In addition, we recommend that you take out travel cancellation insurance after receiving your travel confirmation in order to protect yourself against financial disadvantages in the event of cancellation, interruption of travel, illness or death.
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