This is what a day on a boat trip looks like
On almost every ship tour the morning starts with a rich breakfast buffet. From fresh pastries and confectionary to fruit and cereals to cheese and sausage, there is something to suit every taste. After this good start to the morning, the bike tour of the day will be presented.But that’s not all, there are planned stops on each stage to enjoy a well deserved break and some cultural highlights.
Eurobike bike and boat tours offer two options for the perfect holiday:
A pick-me-up in between can’t be missed! To satisfy your hunger, you have the option to put together a packed lunch at the breakfast buffet.
Eurobike tip: Pack everything your heart desires.
The daily stages amount to between 15 and 60 kilometres per day. The tour character differs for each stage. Basically, all routes are classed as simple and consistently lead through flat terrain. So perfect routes for leisure cyclists!
Speaking of enjoyment: You won’t be short on relaxation!
In the afternoon/evening you will return to your floating hotel room. The sundeck on the ship offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy the last rays of sunshine of the day and to recharge your batteries. After this recovery, you will be spoiled with a 3-course meal.
Still feel like a nightcap? Treat yourself to a drink at the ship bar!
Bike & boat presents: Province of North Holland and Friesland
From the starting point of Amsterdam, you sail on the MS Serena for seven nights to the IJsselmeer and the North Sea beaches. This bike and boat journey is adorned with dreamlike tulip fields, gentle dunes and impressive windmills.
The highlights of the combined trip: Eurobike takes you to picturesque landscapes and beautiful fishing villages in Holland. On each of the six days, you can decide for yourself whether you want to cover the entire stage by bike or shorten the route by boat.