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  1. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    01:40
    18.0 mi
    10.9 mph
    175 ft
    175 ft
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    1. Niederländische Hansestädte

      This circuit takes you along the varied river landscape of the IJsseldeltas. During this Hanseatic tour you cycle through the beautiful polder landscape with its distant views and come through the Hanseatic cities of Zwolle and Hasselt.The bike tour starts in picturesque Hasselt. You will find many hidden treasures here. This Hanseatic city has a historic city center with atmospheric alleys and canals and over 70 monuments. Hasselt is one of the oldest pilgrimage sites in the Netherlands and part of the famous international pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The symbol of the pilgrims, the scallop shell, made of Bentheim sandstone, can be found in the wall of the old town hall.The route to Zwolle takes you over wide floodplains. The dynamic Hanseatic city exudes culture on every corner. The authentic facades, the city wall, the Sassenpoort, the Peperbustoren (the “Pfefferstreuerturm”) and the star-shaped canal of the city are characteristic of this Hanseatic city. On the outskirts of the city and while cycling back to Hasselt, you can enjoy the wonderful view over the wide polder landscape.

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      • July 6, 2021

  2. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    01:27
    15.7 mi
    10.9 mph
    100 ft
    100 ft
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      From the Hanseatic city of Hasselt, this bike tour takes you in an easy circuit over 25 kilometers around the Zwartewater river. From Hasselt you first drive a little bit south, then turn in a large arc to the north. On the way to Zwartsluis you cycle on the flat route past lush green meadows and wide fields, which are criss-crossed by innumerable dead straight canals.Halfway there you will reach Zwartluis. The small town with the idyllic harbor and countless restaurants invites you to rest. Freshly strengthened and rested, you will then make a short detour to Genemuiden, where you can visit the carpet museum, for example, before you start your way back to the starting point in Hasselt, which leads you through the beautiful wide floodplains of the Zwartewater.

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      • July 6, 2021

  3. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    02:34
    27.8 mi
    10.8 mph
    250 ft
    250 ft
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      This bike tour takes you on a 44-kilometer circuit through the two important Hanseatic cities of Zwolle and Kampen on the IJssel.It starts with Zwolle. From the starting point you first drive a beautiful route through the Hanseatic city and cross countless of the many canals that flow through Zwolle. After this nice prelude it goes to the banks of the IJssel. You cycle through the picturesque meadows following the course of the river to Kampen. Here you can admire the Kamper cog in the harbor and let yourself be enchanted by the rest of the city.The way back takes you through the meadows on the other side of the river back to Zwolle. As on the way there, you will pass through beautiful small villages and several cozy cafes, which invite you to stop off along the way.

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      • July 6, 2021

  4. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    04:09
    44.0 mi
    10.6 mph
    525 ft
    525 ft
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      This round takes you 70 kilometers from Elburg to Harderwijk and back. The starting point is the Hanseatic city of Elburg. In the harbor you will find many "botters", the city's historic fishing ships. Elburg has remained true to its importance as a fishing village - you can see that everywhere in the city.On the bike tour you cycle through magnificent natural areas, extensive polder landscapes and the wooded North Veluwe. You can enjoy the view of the Veluwemeer and the idyllic historic inner city of Harderwijk with authentic shops and lively cafes, where you can taste the rich taste of the Hanseatic League.The sociable Hanseatic city of Harderwijk enchants with many ‘terrasjes’ (street cafes) and top restaurants, including two that have been awarded Michelin stars. Hip shops, a city beach with its “Walhalla” beach bar and festivals like LaLaLand give Harderwijk modern coolness.

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  5. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    02:19
    24.5 mi
    10.6 mph
    250 ft
    250 ft
    1. Niederländische Hansestädte

      This bike tour takes you on a 40-kilometer circuit from Deventer to Zutphen and back. It is mainly about exposed bike paths and meandering dykes. On the route you cycle along one of the most beautiful rivers in the Netherlands: the IJssel. During the Hanseatic era, the river brought wealth and prosperity because it connected the open sea with the German hinterland.Deventer is a Hanseatic city for those who enjoy life! An extremely hospitable, lively city with many monuments in beautiful surroundings. Deventer is one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands. This Hanseatic city is known far and wide for events such as “Deventer auf Stelzen” and the Dickens Festival. The city also hosts the largest book market in Europe.The halfway point of Zutphen is a true stronghold of anthroposophy in the Netherlands. The philosophy is also reflected in the city's special shopping options. In Zutphen, the focus is on the authentic, personal shopping experience. Here you will find many original shops with hip products.

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      • July 6, 2021

  6. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    06:33
    69.9 mi
    10.7 mph
    675 ft
    650 ft
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      On the 113-kilometer long-distance bike route, which you can ride in two stages, for example, you go from Hanseatic city to Hanseatic city. The tour begins in Hasselt and takes you to Doesburg on flat terrain, following the beautiful IJssel. The path from north to south leads you along long dykes along the river, from which you have a beautiful view of the wide flat land, which enchants with its lush green meadows.On the way to your destination in Doesburg, you will pass through the individual Hanseatic cities such as Kampen, Zwolle, Deventer and Zutphen, all of which enchant you with their special flair and historic inner cities. Hip street cafes and cozy restaurants invite you to linger and rest in the beautiful Hanseatic cities.

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      • July 6, 2021

  7. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    03:06
    32.4 mi
    10.5 mph
    475 ft
    475 ft
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    1. Niederländische Hansestädte

      This bike tour takes you on a 51-kilometer circuit from Elburg to Hattem and back. It starts in the Hanseatic city of Elburg, which enchants with narrow streets, the Keitjesstoepen (mosaic decorations on the sidewalks) and a wonderful view.From there you cycle through the wide polder landscape towards the west to Hattem, where you can admire the picturesque city center. Many artists have been inspired by the picturesque appearance of the town of Hattem and its green surroundings. There are therefore various museums in the small Hanseatic city, which with just under 12,000 inhabitants is the smallest of the Dutch Hanseatic cities.After your visit to Hattem, the bike tour takes you back to Elburg on flat stretches and beautiful bike paths.

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      • July 6, 2021

  8. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    03:21
    35.5 mi
    10.6 mph
    375 ft
    375 ft
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      On this 57-kilometer circuit you can explore the Hanseatic cities of Zutphen and Doesburg. The journey through the two cities is like traveling back in time along Gothic facades, historic merchants' houses and old quays.The beautiful bike tour takes you from Zutphen along the IJssel south to Doesburg. In this Hanseatic city there is an invitation to a cultural Sunday once a month. Then you can visit a selection of professional artist studios, renowned galleries, antique dealers and museums for free. In Doesburg you also have your mustard with it: for example in Doesburg's mustard soup, which is offered in many variations in the city's restaurants.On the way back to Zutphen you cycle through the charming town of Bronkhorst. It is one of the oldest towns in the Netherlands and is ideal for a short stopover. Then the bike tour continues through the river meadows back to the starting point of Zutphen, which is also known as the tower city, because several towers shape the skyline of this Hanseatic city. Here you can end the day with a visit to the recently opened Hof van Heeckeren museum or a shopping tour in the historic city center.

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      • July 6, 2021

  9. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    July 6, 2021

    04:59
    54.5 mi
    10.9 mph
    500 ft
    525 ft
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    1. Niederländische Hansestädte

      The circuit between Deventer and Zwolle runs largely parallel to the LF3 route, which you can also find in this collection. If you have decided on Zwolle as the starting point for your tours through the Hanseatic cities, you can do the round as a day tour by moving the starting point. If, on the other hand, you combine all the routes into one long bike tour, this tour is also ideal as a return trip along the IJssel.Otherwise you start in Deventer, where you can first stock up on a lot of spice cakes for your travel provisions. You drive out of the Hanseatic city on comfortable bike paths and after 20 kilometers you will reach the protected floodplain of the IJssel near Den Nul. Here you can make a little stop.Incidentally, along the route you have various options to shorten the 88-kilometer circuit if necessary. If you only want to do a very small lap, you will find the first ferry crossing to the west bank of the IJssel after eleven kilometers in Olst, in Wijhe after 26 kilometers you will find the second option. You can also find more ferry crossings near Den Nul and just before Zwolle at the height of Hattem. As you can see, you have many options to customize the tour to your needs.After 45 kilometers you will reach the city center of Zwolle, here you can take a long break to explore the former Hanseatic city in peace in the middle of the star-shaped canal. Via Hattem, Veessem and Welsum the journey goes back to Deventer for a little more than 40 kilometers on the west bank of the IJssel. The route takes you back to your starting point at Deventer by means of a ferry connection - so you can take a leisurely swing over the IJssel at the end of the tour. If you are in a bit of a hurry, you can also cross over to the other side of the river shortly before the railway bridge.

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      • July 6, 2021

  10. Niederländische Hansestädte planned a bike ride.

    November 3, 2020

    04:59
    54.5 mi
    10.9 mph
    500 ft
    525 ft
    1. Niederländische Hansestädte

      The circuit between Deventer and Zwolle runs largely parallel to the LF3 route, which you can also find in this collection. If you have decided on Zwolle as the starting point for your tours through the Hanseatic cities, you can do the round as a day tour by moving the starting point. If, on the other hand, you combine all the routes into one big bike tour, this tour is also a good way to get there and back along the IJssel.

      Otherwise you start in Deventer, where you can first stock up on a lot of spice cakes for your travel provisions. You drive out of the Hanseatic city on comfortable bike paths and after 20 kilometers you will reach the protected floodplain of the IJssel near Den Nul. Here you can make a little stop.

      Incidentally, along the route you have various options to shorten the 88-kilometer circuit if necessary. If you only want to do a very small lap, you will find the first ferry crossing to the west bank of the IJssel after eleven kilometers in Olst, in Wijhe after 26 kilometers you will find the second option. You can also find more ferry crossings near Den Nul and just before Zwolle at the height of Hattem. As you can see, you have many options to customize the tour to your needs.

      After 45 kilometers you will reach the city center of Zwolle, here you can take a long break to explore the former Hanseatic city in peace in the middle of the star-shaped canal. Via Hattem, Veessem and Welsum the journey goes back to Deventer for a little more than 40 kilometers on the west bank of the IJssel. The route takes you back to your starting point at Deventer by means of a ferry connection - so you can take a leisurely swing over the IJssel at the end of the tour. If you are in a bit of a hurry, you can also cross over to the other side of the river shortly before the railway bridge.

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      • November 4, 2020

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