After entering the Netherlands, the Rhine splits into several branches before making its way towards the North Sea through the wide delta it shares with the Meuse and Scheldt rivers. The main river - the Waal - is one of the busiest waterways in the whole of Europe. Also worth highlighting is the River Linge which snakes its way through the orchards of the Betuwe region. Riding alongside the rivers, cyclists can take in and enjoy the countryside, visit little harbour towns or the city of Rotterdam and its important sea port. There is also a 100 km River Waal variant of the route from Millingen through Nijmegen to Vuren.
Public transport and bicycles in the Netherlands
The Netherlands has extensive and well-organized public transport. On the map you can see the bus and train stations along the route.
Pay attention! Due to the corona virus, it is currently not allowed to take the bicycle on the train. Folding bicycles are still allowed on the train. Travelers who use an adapted bicycle because of their handicap can also take it with them.
If you would like to know something about an interesting trip somewhere in the Netherlands, naturally you go to the VVV [Tourist information office]. the VVV can give you detailed information about the whole of the Netherlands. At the VVV shops you can get guides, maps, charts and street plans which give you information regarding cycle routes, accommodation, watersport and sightseeing. Affordable souvenirs are also for sale.