Mobil­ity and Infrastructure

Infra­struc­ture is every­where in Hol­land. In fact, the entire coun­try can be seen as one big infra­struc­tural pro­ject. The Neth­er­lands have a very well-developed bike and pub­lic trans­port infra­struc­ture. In Dutch cit­ies, cyc­ling infra­struc­ture forms a con­tinu­ous sys­tem, per­vad­ing the entire city fab­ric and reach­ing out into the countryside.

 

Another import­ant form of trans­port in Hol­land is the rail­way. On an aver­age week­day, 1,3 mil­lion people com­mute between cit­ies by train. Accord­ingly, the sys­tem is so dense that it resembles a large-scale metro network.

 

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Mobil­ity and Infra­struc­ture Tours

Bike Lane in Amsterdam
Amsterdam

Bike Mobility 

Amsterdam  Dur­a­tion: 3–4 hours  Date and time to be defined  max. 15 par­ti­cipants per guide  by bike  Con­tact us for a quote Amsterdam is undis­putedly the European bike capital.

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Rotterdam Central Station by Team CS - architecture tour
Rotterdam

New Rail­way Stations 

Rotterdam  Dur­a­tion: 3–4 hours  Date and time to be defined  max. 15 par­ti­cipants per guide  by train  Con­tact us for a quote The west of the Neth­er­lands is one

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Bike Storage in Utrecht
other loc­a­tions

Utrecht: Dutch Bike Capital 

Utrecht  Dur­a­tion: 3–4 hours  Date and time to be defined  max. 15 par­ti­cipants  by bike  Con­tact us for a quote Utrecht is the most import­ant pub­lic trans­port hub

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Your health is our top priority! Our tours take place in the open air, with 1,50 metre safety distance between participants and max. 15 participants per guide. A user-friendly and hygienic audioguide system is available and can be used with your own headphones.