9 days/8 nights with 8 days wallking


Any start date between April 1 and October 31


Moderate


Classic Accommodation:   US$1850
Single Supplement: US$475

    
Luxe Accommodation:
US$2250
Single Supplement: US$550

 

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  • 8 nights hotels
  • All breakfasts and 1 dinner
  • Luggage transfers and shuttles as specified
  • Local guide in Prague and in Cesky-Krumlov for walking tour
  • Comprehensive Tour Details with detailed pre-trip information
  • Detailed route instructions and map
  • Personal meet & greet with our local Area Manager
  • Area manager available on call throughout the tour
  • Access to Loyalty Program and other exclusive benefits
  • City Guide for Prague


Your tour begins from Prague. Your trip can finish with a transfer to either Prague or a shuttle to Vienna.

We will provide you more information with your confirmation package.

 

Read more about owner Robbin McKinney's recent cycling trip on our blog.

 

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Randonnée Tours

Holland

Amsterdam to Bruges Cycling 8 days

Although the Dutch didn’t invent the bicycle, almost everyone in the country (including the queen) rides one; the cycling infrastructure in both villages and throughout the countryside is superb. Cycling from the cosmopolitan city of Amsterdam to the charming village of Bruges, Belgium, you will experience the best of these two countries. From the Unesco World Heritage site of the Kerkenhof gardens to the chocolate makers in Bruges, this is a unique journey in Europe.

 



Generator, Amsterdam
The University of Amsterdam’s former zoological department has been beautifully transformed into a stylish addition to the city’s hostel scene, but this one offers private rooms and the convivial atmosphere that hostels are known for. Views across Oosterpark are unrivalled, particularly on the top two floors, where floor-to-ceiling windows plant you among the tree tops. The Nescio café- named in tribute to the Dutch writer spills out into the light-filled lobby and a terrace overlooks Oosterpark. It’s a casual, hip base in Amsterdam. Note – for those preferring more luxurious digs, the College Hotel is a great upgrade.

 

Best Western Gouda, Gouda

Set in a former redbrick factory building, this hotel overlooks the canal with modern interior and large airy rooms, chic bar and restaurant.

 

 

Bellevue Groothoofd, Dordrecht
Set on a cobblestone street overlooking the harbor, this 4-star hotel is walking distance from everything in the historic center. The rooms are somewhat modest some view views over the harbor.

 

Hotel Mauritz, Willemstad

We loved this hotel as soon as we walked in. With its contemporary and hip vibe, there is a warm welcome and comfortable guest rooms. With its Dutch colonial style and great restaurant on site, this is the ideal place to stay in Willemstad.

 

Hostellerie Schuddebeurs, Schuddebeurs

This is a memorable and distinctive inn with a quiet setting with an excellent in-house dining room so you don’t need to leave the warmth of this property to dine.

 

 

Hotel Aan de Dam, Middleburg

Set in a 16th century townhouse, this upscale, old-world hotel is located in the historic center and describes its breakfast as “regional, fresh artisanal and organic breakfast” - now there is a mouthful.

 

Hotel Ter Duinen, Bruges

A charming hotel with bags of character. Contemporary sun lit rooms all in natural tones. Gorgeous Conservatory breakfast rooms and innercourtyard. An understated spot with plenty of charisma.

Hotel V Nesplein, Amsterdam
This contemporary-chic hotel opened in 2013 and has 43 industrial, loft-like style guest rooms, and a lobby that is the hotel’s social hub: restaurant, bar, lounge, meeting place, and occasional music venue.

 

Hotel V Frederiksplein, Amsterdam

The impressive lobby features a curved chocolate leather sofa facing an unusual circular copper fireplace, while floor to ceiling windows with chain-link curtains give expansive views onto the street. Guestrooms are understated with a nod to modern minimalism.

 

The Hoxton, Amsterdam

Situated on one of the most picturesque canals in Amsterdam, this hotel opened in 2015 to rave reviews. Formerly a 17th century mayor’s home, it has been masterly renovated and features comfortable guest rooms with canal views.

 

Best Western Gouda, Gouda (Classic)

Set in a former redbrick factory building, this hotel overlooks the canal with modern interior and large airy rooms, chic bar and restaurant.

 

Villa Augustus, Dordrecht

This 4-star hotel is partly comprised of the former water tower and has bags of character. The guest rooms have breathtaking views and the property boasts incredible gardens, a hip restaurant and more.

 

Hotel Mauritz, Willemstad (Classic)

We loved this hotel as soon as we walked in. With its contemporary and hip vibe, there is a warm welcome and comfortable guest rooms. With its Dutch colonial style and great restaurant on site, this is the ideal place to stay in Willemstad.

 

Hostellerie Schuddebeurs, Schuddebeurs (Classic)

This is a memorable and distinctive inn with a quiet setting with an excellent in-house dining room so you don’t need to leave the warmth of this property to dine.

 

Hotel Roosevelt, Middleburg

Located directly across from the Abbey of Middleburg, this boutique hotel has just 28 unique rooms and an excellent  gourmet restaurant. There is a sauna and Jacuzzi and plunge pool to enjoy. Voted Best Hotel in Zeeland.

 

Hotel Prisenhof, Bruges

This 4-star hotel has an enviable location in the heart of Bruges and is managed by owner Thierry Lemahieu. The rooms are comfortable and breakfast is superb. There is a lounge bar to enjoy and there is a multitude of cafes and trendy restaurants a short walk away. Recommended by CN Traveller.

(This is a new class of hotel that Randonnee has for those who wish for truly spectacular properties- call for price for these upgrades in Amsterdam and Bruges.)

The Dylan, Amsterdam
This ultra-stylish canal haven boasts a perfect location along one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful canals with many of the city’s best museums, shops and cafes nearby. “Originally a theatre, then a Catholic poorhouse and bakery, The Dylan was created by London hotelier and designer Anoushka Hempel as a heady mix of traditional and modern, yin and yang, light and dark, East meets West.” (i-escape).

 

Hotel De Orangerie, Bruges

A beautifully ivy clad house on the canal bank. Traditional elegrant living areas, rooms and suites have high ceilings, fireplaces, wooden beams and chintz fabrics. Lovely breakfast and lunch terrace. A romantic spot with plenty of charm. Member: Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

 

 

 



 

 

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