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Amsterdam to Bruges Bike Tour

Discover the Netherlands and Belgium by bike

Tour Duration

6D / 5N

Trip Style

Signature, Classic Guided

Activity Level

1, 2

Hotel Level

Combined

Bikes

Trek Domane SL 7
Trek Electric-Assist Verve+

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Starting from

$4,699.00 per person

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From tulips and windmills in the Netherlands to beer and chocolate in Belgium, experience it all on our Amsterdam to Bruges bike tour.

Imagine yourself cycling between the sophisticated city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and the charming town of Bruges in Belgium. Both are cycling capitals, built to be seen by bike; speckled with tulips, bisected by quiet canals lined with windmills, and bursting with spring flowers deep into the summertime. You’ll be guided by medieval architecture and history as we take you through green pastures, past the homes of Rembrandt and Vermeer, and weave in and out of small villages that are wrapped in folklore. At the same time, a storied past has left a notable mark on the Low Countries, and you’ll experience it all, biking along the coast to see the Raversyde Atlantic Wall Museum and more. While the fascinating history of the region will have you enthralled, there will also be plenty of time to sample the greatest parts of contemporary cultural delights, too. Is there anything better than chocolate, cheese, beer, and bikes? Join us and find out!

Trip Wows
  • Ride through fields of tulips and admire beautiful spring colors at the renowned Keukenhof Park, the Garden of Europe

  • Learn all about the history of windmills and life on the coast at the UNESCO World heritage site of Kinderdijk

  • Cycle through the famous Cheese Valley and visit the picturesque towns of Edam and Gouda

  • Visit the oldest family-owned brewery in Bruges, dating back to the 16th century, and taste the famous Brugse Zot beer

  • Explore the Belgian countryside with its quaint villages, charming farms, verdant meadows, and lush forests

Windmilll in the Netherlands

Windmills of Kinderdijk

Windmills and water control ingenuity

Kinderdijk's 18th-century windmills form a fascinating and iconic landscape that has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.


What Guests are Saying
Cyclist with tulips in Keukenhof gardens

This is a great trip to celebrate biking: 99% of the rides are on bike paths. The blooming fields of tulips add fantastic colors to the trip, the systems of windmills are something unique to these areas that date back centuries.

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Zsuzsanna Szurovcev, Trip Designer

Two women sitting in an oversized wooden Dutch clog.

Although we've been to almost all of these locales, we chose this trip because we know Trek Travel does a great job. The trip did not disappoint! Even though it was chilly and we had a day of rain, the excellent guides made sure we had a great time. We kept saying, "This was the best day," then the next day would top it. Riding in the Netherlands is a dream, and the activities were top-notch.

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Lisa, Long Beach, CA

Woman wearing Dutch wooden shoes

The cycling experience on this trip is enhanced by the inclusion of local culture, making for a truly fantastic experience.

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Sophia, Trek Travel Guest

Top notch! We'll definitely be planning another trip with Trek.

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Jonathan, Trek Travel Guest


Fields of red and yellow tulips

Great Ride

Den Haag to Keukenhof Loop

As you ride to Europe's flower gardens, explore some of the Netherlands' most beloved coastal towns and sand dune beaches. Also admire the mastery of the Dutch coastal defense.


Dates & Pricing

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Itinerary
Rider Information

Hotels
Classical building in the city
Hotel room with a bed
Hotel restaurant
Hotel Indigo the Hague - Palace Noordeinde guest bathroom
Hotel Indigo the Hague - Palace Noordeinde bar area
The Hague, Netherlands
Hotel Indigo the Hague – Palace Noordeinde
Explorer

Opposite the royal palace and once a bank, Hotel Indigo The Hague Palace Noordeinde wears its prestigious heritage proudly. Royal portraits abound, and Art Deco stained glass, brass lamps, and marble columns evoke a grand history yet the seamless blend of the old with the new make this a truly luxurious hotel experience.

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Double bed with deep fuscia walls and large window.
Hotel De Salon van Fagel bar
Spacious double bedroom with two stylish chairs and a leopard painting
Dining area with large chandelier at Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel
Hotel breakfast table with croissant, boiled egg, juice and coffee
Breakfast buffet at Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel
The Hague, Netherlands
Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel
Explorer Hotel Variation. See dates for details.

Boutique Hotel De Salon van Fagel, a charming oasis on The Hague’s historic Noordeinde street, invites you into a secret wonderland with 18 elegant Rooms and Suites. Housed in a listed building dating back to 1701, this boutique gem is strategically located near Madurodam and Noordeinde Palace. The warmly decorated rooms offer modern amenities, inviting guests to unwind in style.

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Hotel lobby with armchair
Hotel room with bed
Hotel bathroom with a view
Hotel suite with bed and oven
Coffee with sweets
Bruges, Belgium
The Pand Hotel
Luxury

The Pand Hotel, an 18th-century carriage house, has been converted to a 26-bedroom boutique hotel that is situated in the heart of Bruges, on a quiet street just steps away from the historic Market Place, Burg Square, the canal, museums, and boutiques.

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Double bedroom at Dukes' Academie hotel
Reception lobby with banquettes and round fabric chairs at Dukes' Academie hotel
Double bedroom at Dukes' Academie hotel
Bar with dark interiors and pendant lighting at Dukes' Academie hotel
Back outdoor patio at Dukes' Academie hotel
Breakfast room with full buffet at Dukes' Academie hotel
Bruges, Belgium
Dukes’ Academie
Explorer Hotel Variation. See dates for details.

Dukes’ Academie, located in a picturesque area near Bruges’ attractions like the Lake of Love and the Beguinage, provides a charming escape. Within walking distance from Market Square and shopping areas, the hotel offers a central location. Chic, modern rooms feature free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and thoughtful amenities. Guests can enjoy a rustic breakfast room, a stylish bar with a terrace, and additional amenities like a fitness room and furnished courtyard. Academie’s prime location, steps from the famous Minnewater, ensures a peaceful retreat with easy access to the city’s cultural gems.

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Bikes & Gear
Ride the Best Bikes in the Industry
New in 2023 Domane SL 7 Road
Trek Domane SL 7

Experiencing your cycling vacation of a lifetime is not complete without a world-class bike and the Trek Domane SL 7 Gen 4 is the best on the road. It raises the bar to deliver incredible endurance road bike comfort without sacrificing performance and features highly responsive disc brakes, road-smoothing IsoSpeed technology, and electronic shifting. This new bike is lighter than ever before, and carbon wheels are standard on every Domane SL 7 bike.

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Verve+ electric assist lowstep bike E-Bike
Trek Electric-Assist Verve+

Fun from the first pedal stroke, venture further on our Trek Verve+. With its low-step frame design, upright riding position, and the barely-there Bosch electric motor, the Verve+ has one goal: pure enjoyment. Designed for both comfort and adventure, get a boost up the hills when you need it with energy to spare.

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Two cyclist and one rider

Trek Travel Guides

The World’s Best

From the moment you meet our guides, you'll understand the difference. You'll feel the genuine care they take to make your vacation perfect. From their expert support to sharing their favorite hidden spots, they tailor every moment to you.

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Additional Gear
  • Trek Travel Santini cycling jersey to keep
  • Trek Travel water bottles to keep
  • Cinch sack day bag to keep
  • Bontrager saddle
  • Bontrager helmet
  • Bontrager front and rear Flare R lights
  • Garmin Edge 1030 GPS computer with pre-loaded routes
  • Shimano SPD-SL road style pedals, Shimano SPD mountain style pedals, caged, or flat pedals
  • A flat pack containing a tube, levers, and a CO2 cartridge with inflator
  • For the most comfortable ride, we recommend you bring your own saddle. If you prefer, you can bring your own pedals and helmet on the trip and our guides will install your gear on the first day during your bike fit.
A collage of cycling gear guests will use on a Trek Travel Classic Bike Tour.

Trip Inclusions