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

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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Bike Storage in Utrecht

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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