The Flemish Beers route

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  Tour Operator  Belgian Biketours


 8 days (Bike: 6 days)

  375 km  (~63km per day)




Belgium is famous for its many different beers. Belgian beer brewing dates to the Middle Ages, when even children drank beer because water could make you ill. Today there are over 200 breweries still in operation. Many popular beers, from refreshing white ale to bolder tripels and quadrupels can be traced to Belgium. On this cycling holiday you will discover the origins of several of Belgium’s best beers, all the while enjoying the lovely surroundings these beers come from. You will cycle through the woody Campine region, past famous Achelse Kluis abbey, crossing the border into the Dutch province of Noord Brabant.

Next, you will explore Turnhout, the town of playing-cards. In the city of Antwerp you may run out of time to see everything that is on your list, however a visit to De Koninck Brewery should not be missed. Finally, the university town of Leuven always lives up to its reputation as a welcoming, friendly place. One fun and quirky highlight of this route can be experienced on the last day: cycling through water.

Tour Information



Cost From

Self-Guided    669


Saturdays from April 6th till September 21st

Single Supplement



7 nights 3/4 star hotels
Breakfast included, halfboard optional
Tourist information on all the places of interest
7-days a week service-hotline
Luggage transport to your next hotel



Ferry crossings


Bike rental
6 x dinners


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