Amsterdam – Bruges by Bike and Boat – Magnifique II (and reverse)

4.9/5 (8)
7 nights
28 miles/day
Guided from EUR € 1449
Countries: Belgium and Holland
Rider Level: Recreational Electric bike tours Bike and boat tours

Amsterdam – Bruges by Bike and Boat – Magnifique II (and reverse)

4.9/5 (8)

Rider Level: Recreational Electric bike tours Bike and boat tours

7 nights
28 miles/day

Guided from EUR € 1449
Bike and Boat Tour aboard MS Magnifique II
Countries: Belgium and Holland

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  • Cycle and cruise between two iconic canal cities

    During this bicycle tour, you will visit some of the most beautiful cities of Holland and Flanders (Western Belgium): Amsterdam, Utrecht, Antwerp, Ghent, and Bruges - where you still can feel the charm of days long gone.

    After embarking from Amsterdam, you will cross through a beautiful part of the Netherlands, biking along the winding Vecht River and regarding the impressive mansions and country houses on its banks. You will visit a real Dutch cheese farm and the 19 Dutch windmills in Kinderdijk, a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

    You'll cycle through and discover the Dutch province of Zeeland, essentially a big river delta of the Rhine, Meuse, and Scheldt Rivers - famous for its fantastic beaches, water activities and Delta works, as well as for the Flanders region of Belgium, known for its superb food and drink. The destination of your tour is Bruges, the "Pearl of Flanders", with its picturesque medieval town center.

    You will stay on board a premium barge - your floating hotel. You will experience daily guided bike tours, but it is also possible to ride the bike tours individually as tour descriptions and maps are available on board.

    With 22 guests or more, the boats will have two tour guides for guided cycling in smaller groups; guests can opt for longer/shorter of quicker/slower cycling tours (depending on the route). With fewer than 22 guests, one guide will perform the guided responsibilities.


    The Amsterdam - Bruges (and reverse) itinerary is available on a number of boats on various dates. Please check the following tours for different boats and dates:
    Amsterdam – Bruges by Bike and Boat – Magnifique II (and reverse)
    Amsterdam – Bruges by Bike and Boat – Magnifique III (and reverse)
    Amsterdam – Bruges by Bike and Boat – Magnifique IV (and reverse)
    Amsterdam – Gouda – Bruges by Bike and Boat
    Bruges – Antwerp – Amsterdam by Bike and Boat
    Amsterdam – Bruges by Bike and Boat – Fluvius (and reverse)

    • Antwerp, Belgium CC:Maros
    • Amsterdam, North Holland, the Netherlands. Gauravjain, Unsplash
    • Willemstad, North Brabant, the Netherlands. ©Hollandfotograaf
    • Amsterdam, North Holland, the Netherlands. Nikolai Karaneschev@Flickr
    • Biking the Dutch countryside! ©Hollandfotograaf
    • Dendermonde, East Flanders, Belgium. CC:Michielverbeek

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    Highlights

    • Amsterdam
    • Utrecht
    • Vecht River and Vianen
    • 'The Silver City' of Schoonhoven
    • UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kinderdijk Windmills
    • Antwerp
    • Ghent
    • Bruges, 'The Pearl of Flanders'

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    Learn more about guided tours.

    Interested in adding to your itinerary? Take a look at our cycling day tours in Amsterdam and Bruges.


    Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

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  • Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

     Tour Description Daily Program 

  • Daily program

    This tour departs from both Amsterdam and Bruges. Please see itineraries for each departure below.

    • Day 1: Arrival in Amsterdam | Cruise to Vianen
      Embarkation and check-in is at 2:00 pm, around which time the ship will depart for the small fortified village of Vianen, beautifully situated on the Lek River. After dinner, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy a short test ride around town.

      The city of Amsterdam is an icon of Europe, and if you're arriving the day before the tour, we strongly recommend taking one of our exciting day tour adventures!

      Overnight in Vianen.

      Day 2: Vianen – Schoonhoven – Kinderdijk | Cruise to Dordrecht (19 miles/32 km or 34 miles/56 km)
      Today you will cycle along a beautiful route to Schoonhoven, nicknamed Zilverstad ('Silver City') – a city renowned for its talented silversmiths since the 17th Century. Later in the day, as you cycle through the Alblasserwaard region, you will reach Kinderdijk, a village famous for its impressive row of 19 large windmills. All 19 windmills have a UNESCO cultural heritage listing and are a definite highlight – you will have the opportunity to visit one so don’t forget to bring your camera! From nearby Alblasserdam you will take the 'Waterbus' - a fast ferry - that will take you and your bicycle in approximately 10 minutes to Dordrecht, one of the oldest towns in Holland.

      Overnight in Dordrecht.

      Day 3: Cruise Dordrecht – Willemstad | Cycle Willemstad – Bergen op Zoom (26 miles/42km or 31 miles/50km)
      As you enjoy your breakfast aboard the ship, you'll sail to Willemstad where you'll start your day’s cycling. Willemstad is a beautiful old fortified town on the Haringvliet waterway. Your bicycle ride continues on to Tholen, once an island in the middle of the large Zeeland streams, where many people fished for their living. Nowadays, Tholen is connected to the mainland in various ways, but remains a picturesque village with many relics of an eventful past.

      In the afternoon you'll cycle to the destination of this evening - Bergen op Zoom. Bergen op Zoom is a historic fortified town that once lay on the open waters of Oosterschelde. After dinner, you can take a walk through the old town. Enjoy narrow streets, the old town market, church squares, and the idiocyncratic monumental buildings that show the history of a rich and eventful dating back over eight hundred years.

      Overnight in Bergen op Zoom.

      Day 4: Cycle Bergen op Zoom – Kreekrak lock | Cruise Kreekrak lock – Antwerp (13 miles/21km or 21 miles/35km)
      In the morning, you will enjoy a short bike ride through the beautiful 'Wouwse Plantage' surrounding Bergen op Zoom. In the early afternoon, you will once again board the ship which will sail to the port city of Antwerp, located on the Schelde river.

      Antwerp is famous for handling up to 80% of the world's rough diamonds and is a city with a long list of attractions including: the City Hall, one of several majestic buildings constructed during the Renaissance period, the historical City Square Grote Marker, the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe Cathedral, and the medieval Steen Castle. Dinner tonight will be in Antwerp at restaurant of your choosing (not included; recommendations available on board).

      Overnight in Antwerp.

      Day 5: Antwerp – Temse – St. Amands (21 miles/34 km or 31 miles/49 km)
      This morning you will cycle out of Antwerp along a picturesque section of the Schelde River to St. Amands, your home for the night. 'Magnificent' is the only way to describe the landscape around the Schelde - it is without a doubt one of the natural highlights of the tour.

      Overnight in St. Amands.

      Day 6: Cruise St. Amands – Dendermonde | Cycling Dendermonde – Ghent (32 miles/53 km)
      Today you will continue to follow the river Schelde to Ghent where the barge will moor at a lock in a town suburb. Ghent is a lively university city that boasts a rich history. Since Roman times, Ghent's position at the junction of the Leie and Schelde Rivers has ensured its success as a trading port.

      In total, the city features an Opera House, 18 museums, more than 100 churches, and over 400 historical buildings. A key attraction is the St. Bavo Cathedral, where a number of masterpieces of medieval art, including the world famous Adoration of the Mystic Lamb by Jan van Eyck are kept, and the 91-meter-tall belfry of Ghent, one of three medieval towers that overlook the old city center.

      Overnight in Ghent.

      Day 7: Ghent – Bruges (13 miles/22km or 28 miles/45 km)
      Today you will cycle from Ghent through the beautiful Flemish countryside of western Flanders to Bruges, widely described as the 'Venice of the North' and arguably the most beautiful of all the Flemish cities. Bruges attracts more than two million visitors every year who come to see the picturesque medieval center, which has received UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

      An outstanding example of a medieval historic settlement, Bruges has managed to maintain its historic fabric even as it has evolved over the centuries, with the city's original Gothic buildings still forming an integral part of the town's identity. While you are here you can visit one of Bruges' many museums or simply take in the stunning beauty and culture of this unforgettable city from the comfort of a sidewalk café.

      Overnight in Bruges.

      Day 8: Bruges
      After breakfast: end of the tour and disembarkation by 9:30 am. If you feel like getting more out of the city, try one of our exciting Bruges day tours!

      All distances are "approximate distances" of recommended bike tours.

    • Day 1: Arrival and embarkation in Bruges (9 miles/15 km)
      Arrival and embarkation is between 1-2:00 pm in the beautiful city of Bruges, nicknamed the 'Pearl of Flanders'. The crew will welcome you to the ship, which departs at 2:00 pm from Bruges to a suburb where there is time for bicycle a fitting and test ride through the surrounding countryside. After dinner, the guide will take you for a short walk through the center of town.

      We advise you to come to Bruges one or more days earlier, so that you will have plenty of time to discover the UNESCO World Heritage-listed city. If you want to get into the rhythm of riding early, we recommend taking one of our wonderful biking day tours in Bruges! While you're in town, make sure to visit one of Bruges' many museums, or simply take in the stunning beauty and culture of this unforgettable city from the comfort of a sidewalk café.

      Overnight in Bruges.

      Day 2: Bruges – Ghent (21 miles/35 km or 36 miles/57 km)
      You will start your first day of cycling by pedaling towards Ghent through the beautiful Flemish landscape along the Ghent canal. Upon arrival in Ghent, consider an afternoon stroll - Ghent’s medieval center features lovely illuminated streets that are a 'must' to explore, while the architectural richness in the center has to be seen to be believed. During the Middle Ages, Ghent was the second-largest European city after Paris!

      The ship will dock for the night at a lock, in a suburb of Ghent and approx. 30 cycling minutes from the city center. Before dinner, a small canal boat will take you for a guided tour through the historic city.

      Overnight in Ghent.

      Day 3: Ghent – Dendermonde / St. Amands (24 miles/40 km or 32 miles/53 km)
      After breakfast in Ghent you will cycle downstream through a diverse landscape along the tidal Schelde River to Dendermonde, located at the confluence of the Dender and Schelde rivers. There is only one way to describe the landscape along the Schelde and that is 'magnificent'. It is without doubt one of the natural highlights of the tour. During this section of the Schelde, the speed of the ship will be determined by the height of the tide. You will travel from Dendermonde to St. Amands by either bicycle or barge depending on the tides.

      Overnight in St. Amands.

      Day 4: St. Amands – Temse – Antwerp (19 miles/32km or 31 miles/49km)
      Today you will follow the Schelde river further downstream through the Temse region to Antwerp. Over the centuries, the Schelde River has held strategic importance for the Romans, Vikings, Spanish and Napoleon. Today, it is a beautiful waterway just perfect for bike and barge holidays! Antwerp, your destination for the day, is a harbor city famous for handling up to 80% of the world’s rough diamonds and as the birthplace of the famous painter Sir Peter Paul Rubens. There are many highlights in the city to discover including: the City Hall, one of several majestic buildings constructed during the Renaissance period, the historical City Square Grote Market, the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe Cathedral, and the medieval Steen Castle.

      Overnight in Antwerp.

      Day 5: Cruise Antwerp – Kreekrak locks | Cycle Kreekrak locks – Tholen | Cruise Tholen – Willemstad – Dordrecht (23 miles/36km or 13 miles/20 km)
      The barge will cruise this morning along the Schelde-Rhine Canal, over the huge Kreekrak locks to Tholen, a former fishing village amidst the large streams of the province of Zeeland. From Tholen you will cycle along the impressively large Volkerak locks to the fortified town of Willemstad, then cycle further to end in Dordrecht, one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands. Today, the skipper will discuss with you which part of the tour will be covered by bicycle. You will enjoy an evening walk in Dordrecht with the guide to learn a little more about the history of the Netherlands. Dinner tonight will be in Dordrecht at restaurant of your choosing (not included; recommendations available on board).

      Overnight in Dordrecht.

      Day 6: Cruise Dordrecht Kinderdijk | Cycle Kinderdijk – Schoonhoven – Vianen (19 miles/32 km or 36 miles/57 km)
      Today you will start your tour with the 'Waterbus', a fast ferry that will take you and your bike to Alblasserdam in just 10 minutes. After just a few minutes of cycling you will reach Kinderdijk, a village famous for its impressive row of 19 UNESCO cultural heritage-listed windmills – one of which you can visit (don’t forget your camera!). The windmills were constructed in the 18th Century to pump water out of the low Alblasserwaard polder (a polder is a low-lying tract of land enclosed by embankments).

      You will then continue to cycle via Schoonhoven to Vianen, a small fortified town on the river Lek (where you will be moored for the evening and can explore after dinner).

      Overnight in Vianen.

      Day 7: Cruise Vianen Breukelen | Cycle Breukelen – Amsterdam (23 miles/36km or 28 miles/46 km)
      During breakfast, the ship cruises to Breukelen, where you disembark and your cycling tour starts. Ride along the small Vecht river, an area known for its beautiful mansions, small castles, and beautiful houses with large gardens. After cycling through the villages of Nieuwersluis, Loenen, and Vreeland, you'll arrive in Nigtevecht, where you can visit a traditional cheese farm. Continue cycling through Abcoude and Ouderkerk beside the Amstel River to reach Amsterdam, where your barge will be waiting for you in the harbor.

      Overnight in Amsterdam.

      Day 8: Amsterdam
      After breakfast: end of the tour and disembarkation by 9:30 am. If you wish, you can explore Amsterdam and one of its numerous museums, do some shopping, or make a canal tour (not included). As an icon of Europe, Amsterdam is a worthy destination for some serious exploration! If you'd like to stay in the city for a few more hours or days, we strongly recommend taking one our insightful and enjoyable day tours!

      All distances are "approximate distances" of recommended bike tours.


    Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

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  • Accommodation

    Boats

      MS Magnifique II

      The Magnifique II is a deluxe class premium barge that offers both comfort and classical style. On the upper deck is a tastefully furnished salon with restaurant, bar, and lounge with wide screen TV, WIFI, and large windows. Read more

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        Overview

        • Large salon with a restaurant area
        • Bar and lounge area with large panoramic windows
        • Wooden sundeck
        • No laundry services available onboard
        • Whirlpool/Jacuzzi
        • Special Diet Requests: We cater to Gluten, lactose, and vegetarian diets. Vegan diets are not possible. Vegetarian diets have no surcharge, other diets cost € 50- to be paid on board.
        • Water on board is drinkable

      Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

       Daily program Bikes 

    • Bikes

      Bikes available to be rented (in advance at the time of booking) include:

      • Standard touring bikes, 7-speed
      • Electrically assisted bikes (limited number, upon request)*
      • Children's equipment and tandems, in limited quantities (please inquire for pricing)

      *More about electrically-assisted bikes >

      Equipment included with bike rental:

      • Pannier bag
      • Helmet
      • Water bottle
      • Bike locks

      You can bring your own bicycles for an additional charge. Standard bikes are an additional € 10 and E-bikes are an additional € 25. The crew or tour operator are in no way responsible for any damage, loss or theft of such bicycles.

      Pedals:
      The bikes will have flat pedals. At this time, it is not possible to change the pedals. 

      Saddle:
      At this time, it is not possible to change the saddle. We recommend a universal padded saddle cover which can be pulled taught around the provided saddle.

      Helmets:
      Please note that helmets are available on this tour (for free, included with bike rental). We recommend that you bring your own, or purchase one when you arrive at your destination. In the Netherlands and Belgium, cyclists are not obligated by law to wear a bike helmet, but we strongly recommend everyone to wear a helmet.

      Bike Protection:
      Bike protection can be purchased at the time of booking. You can read more about that HERE.


      Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

       Accommodation Dates & Prices 

    • Dates

      • From Amsterdam: May 02, 16, 30; Jun 13; Jul 11, 25; Aug 22; Sep 05, 19; Oct 03, 2024
        From Bruges: May 09, 23; Jun 06, 20; Jul 18; Aug 01, 29; Sep 12, 26; Oct 10, 2024

        Season A: May 2, 2024 - Jun 30, 2024; Aug 29, 2024 - Sep 30, 2024
        Season B: Jul 1, 2024 - Aug 28, 2024; Oct 03, 2024 - Oct 09, 2024
        Season C: Oct 10, 2024 - Oct 17, 2024

      • From Amsterdam: May 01, 29; Jun 12; Jul 10; Aug 07, 21; Sep 04, 18; Oct 2, 2025
        From Bruges: Jun 05, 19; Jul 17; Aug 28; Sep 11, 25; Oct 09, 2025

        Season A: May 01 - Jul 1; Aug 28 - Sep
        Season B: Jul 03 - Aug 22; Oct 02
        Season C: Oct 09 and 16

      Prices

      • Magnifique II

        Per person, double occupancy Season A Season B Season C
        Main deck, Standard cabin €1699 €1549 €1449
        Main deck, Premium cabin €1949 €1799 €1699
        Upper deck, Suite €2299 €2149 €2049
        Single use cabin (1 person/1 cabin)
        Main deck, Standard cabin €2549 €2324 €2174

        Bike Rentals

        Standard touring bike, 21-speed €104
        Electrically assisted bike (limited number, only on request) €270
      • Magnifique II

        Per person, double occupancy Season A Season B Season C
        Main deck, Standard cabin €1849 €1649 €1549
        Main deck, Premium cabin €2119 €1919 €1819
        Upper deck, Suite €2479 €2279 €2179
        Single use cabin (1 person/1 cabin)
        Main deck, Standard cabin €2774 €2474 €2324

        Bike Rentals

        Standard touring bike, 21-speed €105
        Electrically assisted bike (limited number, only on request) €266

      Included services

      • 7 nights accommodation on board in the booked category from/to Amsterdam or Bruges; climate-controlled cabin
      • Full board - 7x breakfast, 6x picnic lunch during bike tours, 6x three-course dinner (dinner excluded in Antwerp or Dordrecht)
      • Use of bed linen and towels (change of towels daily possible)
      • Daily short cleaning of the cabin
      • Welcome drink
      • Daily briefings
      • Fully guided cycling tours (2 guides/groups)
      • Some short walking tours
      • Printed instructions and detailed maps for daily bike tours (1 set per cabin); GPS tracks
      • Fees for ferries
      • Entrance Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp
      • Tasting Belgium products
      • Canal trip through Ghent
      • Wifi on board
      • Coffee and tea on board

      Please note special diets may be accommodated upon request, although surcharges may apply.


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      Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

       Bikes Other Details 

    • Map

      Maps are for information purposes only and reflect typical routes between overnight locations. They may not reflect your actual route.

      Surface and terrain

      The tour follows flat terrain routes that has occasional hills. The route is on dedicated bicycle paths around 50% of the time and follows roads shared with traffic around 30% of the time. The remaining 20% of the route follows quiet roads.

      You will have an option to remain aboard if you wish not to cycle some days.


      How to get there

      Tour start

      Amsterdam

      Nearest airport: Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS)
      Nearest train station: Amsterdam Centraal

      Tour end

      Bruges

      Nearest airport: Ostend-Bruges International
      Nearest train station: Bruges

      Tips for getting to and from your tour.


      Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

       Dates & Prices Tour Reviews 

      • Larry Siegler 9 months ago

        Great trip

        The bike and barge trip exceeded our expectations greatly. We highly recommend this trip. The crew was wonderful and the meals were delicious. There were many additional items that made the trip memorable ie canal cruise, nightly walking tours of the towns, great stops on the cycle ride. It was a spectacular experience.

      • Karen Crisp 9 months ago

        Above my expectations!

        This was our first bike and barge trip and not knowing what to expect, my husband and I were thrilled with the outcome! The Magnifique II accommodations, the ship staff, the tour guides, the meals prepared by Chef Michael were all phenomenal and will definitely look at doing more of these.

        What was the date of your tour?
        August 10
        How many tours have you completed?
        1
        Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
        Somewhat easier
        Who is this tour suitable for?
        First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers, Families with teens
        Do you recommend this tour?
        Yes
        • 5/5 Value
        • 5/5 Included meals
        • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
        • 5/5 Hotels or boat
        • 5/5 Scenery
        • 5/5 Ease of navigation
        • 5/5 Tour documents
        • 5/5 Local tour company services
        • 5/5 Route selection
        • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
      • Linda Kelly 11 months ago

        Good way to travel

        Gives you a taste of Belgium and Holland. The staff was excellent. Helpful and pleasant.
        Cities we visited were lovely.

      • Judith Moore Vey 11 months ago

        amazing

        all very good. great group of people. Biking and weather amazing. The boat was much nicer, cleaner etc than we were anticipating. Food made by the chef was delicious.

        What was the date of your tour?
        June 8, 2023
        How many tours have you completed?
        2
        Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
        As expected
        Do you recommend this tour?
        Yes
        • 5/5 Value
        • 5/5 Included meals
        • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
        • 5/5 Hotels or boat
        • 5/5 Scenery
        • 5/5 Ease of navigation
        • 5/5 Tour documents
        • 5/5 Local tour company services
        • 5/5 Route selection
        • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
      • Dorothy Moore 11 months ago

        Girls biking trip

        Great way to experience Belgium and Holland.
        Awesome cabin crew and fantastic food!
        The biking leaders were fabulous and very knowledgeable.
        I would highly recommend this trip!

        What was the date of your tour?
        June 8, 2023
        How many tours have you completed?
        1
        Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
        As expected
        Who is this tour suitable for?
        First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers
        Do you recommend this tour?
        Yes
        • 5/5 Value
        • 5/5 Included meals
        • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
        • 5/5 Hotels or boat
        • 5/5 Scenery
        • 5/5 Ease of navigation
        • 5/5 Tour documents
        • 5/5 Local tour company services
        • 5/5 Route selection
        • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
      • John Berg 12 months ago

        Beautiful way to see the Netherlands and Belgium.

        This is a great way to see the Netherlands and Belgium - small villages, beautiful landscapes, and an escape from the great crowds of tourists in the large cities. I especially appreciated the guides and the crew of the Magnifique II. All of them were great hosts. I felt we were on a friend's private yacht. The other guests were all very interesting and enjoyable companions on the trip. Being with a small group, who were all active and energetic people, meant we didn't have to wait for people before beginning our tours. The larger cruise ships tend to attract a more sedentary group, which means very slow movement and long waits before getting started. The biking part of made this trip outstanding as did the crew and our fellow travelers.

        What was the date of your tour?
        June 2023
        How many tours have you completed?
        This is the first bike tour I have been on
        Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
        Much easier
        Who is this tour suitable for?
        First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers, Families with teens
        Do you recommend this tour?
        Yes
        • 5/5 Value
        • 5/5 Included meals
        • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
        • 5/5 Hotels or boat
        • 5/5 Scenery
        • 5/5 Ease of navigation
        • 5/5 Tour documents
        • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
      • Thomas Kruse August 4, 2022

        Wonderful boat and great memories

        The boat and crew were terrific. The rides were really fun. We did not ride with the guides bu t the Ride with GPS worked really well. We thought the food was somewhat disappointing. Pretty unexciting. That's why 4 stars

        What was the date of your tour?
        June 2022
        How many tours have you completed?
        8
        Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
        As expected
        Who is this tour suitable for?
        First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers, Families with teens
        Do you recommend this tour?
        Yes
        • 4/5 Value
        • 3/5 Included meals
        • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
        • 5/5 Hotels or boat
        • 5/5 Scenery
        • 5/5 Ease of navigation
        • 4/5 Tour documents
        • 5/5 Local tour company services
        • 5/5 Route selection
        • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
      • Lucille OShea August 4, 2022

        Wonderful trip!!

        We had an amazing time on our Amsterdam-Bruges Bike and Boat trip on the Magnifique II! The boat was very comfortable, the food was delicious, the staff was amazing, and the guides were terrific! It was a very unique way to see the Netherlands and Belgium. We will be back again!!

        What was the date of your tour?
        June 2022
        How many tours have you completed?
        This was our first.
        Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
        Somewhat easier
        Who is this tour suitable for?
        First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers, Families with teens, Families with young kids
        Do you recommend this tour?
        Yes
        • 5/5 Value
        • 5/5 Included meals
        • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
        • 5/5 Hotels or boat
        • 5/5 Scenery
        • 5/5 Ease of navigation
        • 5/5 Tour documents
        • 5/5 Local tour company services
        • 5/5 Route selection
        • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)

      Amsterdam to Bruges on Magnifique II

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