The Netherlands meets Germany, on this trip you will follow the Rhine river from Amsterdam to Koblenz. You will see and feel the rich history of this majestic river, from Roman times to the Industrial Revolution, and from WWII to German reunification. In the Netherlands you will cycle through flat, peaceful, farming countryside and ride through the Hoge Veluwe National Park with its abundant scenic beauty, and the famous Kroller -Muller art museum.
Crossing into Germany, you follow the Rhine upstream, through cities like Remagen and Bonn, Beethoven’s birthplace. Next stop is Cologne, once one of the most important centres of the Holy Roman Empire. Cologne’s landmark is, of course, its monumental Dom cathedral, situated right next to the city’s central station and railway bridge across the Rhine. During the second half of this trip you follow a more romantic section of the Rhine valley, with strongholds, mansions and the first vineyards appearing on the hills. The tour ends in Koblenz, a lively and interesting city, where the Rhine and the Mosel converge.
Tandems Electric bikes welcome, easy terrain.