Special Tour Offers

Belgium 70 Plusser Bike & Barge: Bruges to Brussels

Dates: September 15 – 23, 2017 02b_barge_bel_2
Land Cost: $1,100  
Single Supplement: $750  
Difficulty Level: Easy  
What’s Included: 7 nights, daily breakfast and dinner, group transfer from and to Brussels Airport; English-speaking guide, support van, bicycle rental, all entrance fees, and our famous t-shirt. Note: due to the reduced price there is no 70 Plusser discount.  
This trip starts in Brgues and ends in Brussels, two names known for their architecture and chocolates. You’ll be staying in Antwerp, the diamond center of Europe where you can buy a few stones from the money you saved on this tour. There is Ghent, a city where few things have changed since the 1500s. The meals on the barge, breakfast and dinner deserve a Michelin star, the bicycling is on flat terrain with ever-changing scenery. Beer is certainly a good reason to take this tour: Belgian beers are winning every contest, don’t take my word for it, try them all. The biking is between 15-20 miles per day with plenty of stops in between and lovely canal barging. In short, if you sit on this for too long others may beat you to it.   

Mosel & Saar Rivers Bike & Barge: Merzig to Koblenz

Dates: October 6 – 14, 2017
Land Cost: $1,100  
Single Supplement: $750  
Difficulty Level: Easy  
What’s Included: 7 nights, daily breakfast and dinner, group transfer from/to the airport; English-speaking guide, support van, bicycle rental, all entrance fees, and our famous t-shirt.   
Fall is a wonderful time to discover these enchanting river valleys, interspersed with medieval castles, timber-framed houses, and verdant vineyards. Sample the German sausages and savor the Riesling wines while visiting some of the region’s most historic sites. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans as you explore Germany’s oldest city, Trier. The rivers are blessed with bike trails, beautiful villages and, you guessed it, pastry shops. If you need a break from cycling on any given day, relax on deck as the barge leisurely traverses the Mosel, winding its way through the fascinating river locks. We only have ten cabins, so as the old saying goes, “First come, first served.”