From Amsterdam's famous network of canals to the enchanting cobbled lanes in Brussels, discover some of the country's most iconic cities on a cycling holiday in Belgium. With flat, relaxing cycle routes, you can ride at your own pace towards Holland and stop to explore the famous cheese market in the medieval town of Gouda, check out the fascinating architecture and 13th century cathedral in Mechelen, and head to Leuven to have a freshly poured Belgian beer in the Old Market Square.
Our cycling holidays in Belgium also allow you to see the artworks and exhibitions of famous Flemish Masters, explore the famous comic strips in Brussels and ride through the medieval heart of Antwerp before ending the adventure in the 'Venice of Northern Flanders', Bruges. Our itineraries are designed to take in the plethora of historical sites, world-class museums and landmarks Belgium has to offer, allowing you to stop and soak in the sights or try their hearty local cuisine in a cafe-lined street, the choice is yours.
This linear cycling trip follows the artwork of the Flemish Masters and takes in the iconic cities of Belgium. Starting in fairytale Bruges, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you head via the UNESCO City of Music of Ghent to the home of beer, antiques and diamonds in Antwerp and finishing in Brussels with it's fabulous Grand Place and many more historic sights.
This linear cycling trip follows the artwork of the Flemish Masters and takes in the iconic cities of Belgium. Starting in Brussels with it's fabulous Grand Place and many more historic sights, to the home of beer, antiques and diamonds in Antwerp, via the UNESCO City of Music of Ghent and finishing in fairytale Bruges - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Explore two of Europe's top capital cities - Amsterdam and Brussels - as well as the historical cities of Gouda and Antwerp, famous for their culinary and cultural contributions. This linear trip travels through the Green Heart of Holland with its canals and windmills and on through the Flemish Brabant region of Belgium.