Cycling guides of Belgium
The Flanders Cycle Route allows you to discover the beauty of Flanders. The Route is an 800 km cycle ride which takes you through co1ourfullandscape, historic cities, and picturesque villages. The signposts will keep you on the right track. You will enjoy an endless feast of cycling pleasure along safe and attractive paths, half of which are traffic-free.
With this guidebook you can plan a cycle trip or a cycling holiday.
The Flanders Cycle Route Guidebook contains:
Languages: dutch, french, german and english.Pages: 116
Guidebook of the 235 km waymarked long distance bicycleroute from Bergen op Zoom (NL) to Voeren (B).
This route is rightly called the "Youth Hostel Path" because it links the youth hostels of Bergen op Zoom, Zoersel, Nijlen, Westerlo, Diest, Bokrijk and Voeren.
As these places to stay overnight are located at relatively short distance away from each other, this route can be enjoyed by families with young children as well.
The route leads you along quiet roads through splendid, variable landscapes and along architectural witnesses of our rich past. Abbeys, charming towns and villages, and many historical landmarks as the open air museum of Bokrijk or Alden Biezen are situated alongside the path.
Even though this guidebook is written in Dutch, it will also be a big help to people speaking other languages to find their way. The route is marked on 17 color maps on scale 1/50.000.
The system of waymarks is clearly explained on page 9. Usefull addresses to obtain further tourist information are listed on page 12 and page 13 shows a survey of the distances.
Moreover, on the left side of the pages facing the maps, you will find information on distances, railway stations, food supplies (NI. bevoorrading) and addresses for overnight accomodation.
Size: 21 cm x 21,5 cm
The LF 51 cycle route links Eindhoven, in the southern part of the Dutch province of North Brabant, with Antwerp.
Immediately after leaving the busy city centre of Eindhoven, you find yourself in the green and peaceful scenery of the Campine. Most of this cycle route follows towpaths, bridleways and separate cyclepaths.
You can find culture and history around every corner, as in Herentals, which is often called the historical capital of the Campine.
You approach Antwerp along the busy Albert Canal. But first you cycle through the 'Voorkempen', an area with many stately homes and countryhouses.
In addition to the information about distances, accommodation and waymarking, the guidebook also contains cycling trips along the LF cycle network.
The route is clearly marked on 9 topographical maps (scale 1 :50.000). Using these maps in combination with the signposting, getting lost becomes impossible.
Size: 21 cm x 21,5 cm
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