Cycling in Amsterdam and The Netherlands guide book
Whether you are on a city break to Amsterdam, want to see Holland’s highlights by bike or want to explore further, this book takes you onto cycle routes full of pleasant surprises.
This third edition caters for novice cyclists, families with children and serious cycling explorers alike! With over 900 kms (550 miles) of routes, this book can provide up to three weeks of cycling fun. Multiple circular day rides explore Amsterdam and its direct surroundings, all with various distance itineraries.
A circular touring route of 340 km (210 miles) provides a Holland highlights route with many famous Dutch landmarks.
From Amsterdam, you’ll explore the Dutch windmill reserves and tulip fields, the amazing coastal sand dune reserves, splendid inland waterway routes, unspoiled countryside, medieval towns like Gouda, Edam, Delft and great cities like The Hague, Utrecht and Haarlem.
More routes heading north, east and south provide further route variety on what The Netherlands has on offer.
Utrecht Ridge National Park, the River Rhine, the famous Delta Dams and even some real Dutch hills, briefly heading into Germany, are all part of the pack!
The routes in the book have full connectivity with all main Dutch ferry ports, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam, The Hague and Utrecht Central railway stations. This allows you to start cycling straight away, whether you arrive by plane, ferry or train.
Facility listings include bike rentals, bike shops, B&Bs, hotels, hostels and campsites.
This guidebook fits easily in a standard handlebar map holder, featuring detailed maps and directions.
GPS track packs are available at no extra cost. Additional chapters about the history of the Dutch cycling culture and the Dutch cycle route system make this book a must for anyone who loves cycling!
Cycling in Amsterdam and The Netherlands
Author: Eriv Van der Horst
No of Pages: 164
Page Size: 225 x 120 mm
ISBN 10: 0957661754
ISBN 13: 9780957661752
Publisher: Eos Cycling Holidays Ltd
Published Date: April 2023
Edition: 3rd, 20022
Illustrations: Colour photos and maps