Bike tours for Cruise Passengers

For Cruise Passengers docking at the Felison Cruise terminal or Felison Terminal in Ijmuiden there are several possibilities to enjoy their short stay in the Netherlands. With a pedelec it is easy to explore and experience the western part of North Holland. Besides our regular offer there are special trips made for cruise passengers. Depending on how long you stay you can choose what ever suites you best.

cruise passengersYou can find Dutch Pedelec Tours outside the Cruise Terminal but be sure to make a reservation if you want to do a tour. In case of bad weather you can always cancel your reservation.

Haarlem and the national parc

From the Cruise Terminal you can make a trip through our national parc on to Haarlem. This will take you about an hour.


IJmuiden – Haarlem show on a larger scale

Amsterdam

You can even make a trip to Amsterdam if you want, this wil take you about 1,5 – 2 hours. So if you have the time visit Amsterdam by pedelec and you will get a beautiful trip along the Northsea Canal and through some very small typical dutch villages. This is probably the most relaxing way to visit Amsterdam.


IJmuiden – Amsterdam show map on a larger scale

 

The Zaanse Schans

The Zaanse Schans is one of the popular tourist attractions of the region and an anchor point of ERIH, the European Route of Industrial Heritage. It has a collection of well-preserved historic windmills and houses; the ca. 35 houses from all over the Zaanstreek were moved to the museum area in the 1970s. This route is about 17 miles and you will have to cross the North-Sea Canal by ferry. In about 1,5 hour you will reach the Zaanse Schans.


Route Zaanse Schans show on a larger scale

To be sure you have a reservation. In case of bad weather you can allways cancel your reservation.

Use mobile WI-FI during your trip

We can provide you with a mobile WiFi router so you can use the internet during your trip, and don’t have to roam, to get more information.

Information about cycling in the Netherlands

There is a very good site in english with information about cycling in the Netherlands made by some very enthusiastic british cycle fans.
Check this site to prepare yourself:

cycletourer

Cycling in Holland

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