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Hotel de Nachtegaal is just 300 meters from the Keukenhof flower park. At this centrally located location you can easily reserve rental bikes for a fun bike ride through the Bollenstreek. You can park for free and you can also easily reach this location by public transport.

The Bollenstreek is perfect for a wonderful bike ride. Both in spring and summer there are many cycle routes and the handy cycle network ensures that you can easily follow a route.

Reserve your rental bike

During the flowering period of spring flowers and summer flowers, rental bikes are popular in the Bollenstreek. It is therefore the ideal way to discover the Bollenstreek. We therefore advise you to reserve your rental bike before your visit.

Reserving your rental bike is very easy via the bike rental platform BimBimBikes. A big advantage of BimBimBikes is the possibility to reserve a bike online. This way you know for sure that a rental bike will be available for you quickly at the location. On busy days in the spring and during the summer holidays it is often difficult to rent a rental bike in the Bollenstreek.

Rent an electric bicycle

In addition to a good city bike with gears, it is also possible to rent a good electric bike. With an electric bike you can relax more during your bike ride. You can also opt for a cargo bike a tandem or a special children’s tandem.

Price bicycle rental at Hotel de Nachtegaal in Lisse

City Bike€ 15.00Book now
Electric bike€ 27.50Book now
Cargo Bike€ 25.00Book now
Tandem€ 25.00Book now
Parent & child
€ 25.00Book now

Location bicycle rental

You can pick up the bikes at Hotel De Nachtegaal in Lisse. This hotel is just 400 meters from Keukenhof Flower Park. From this location you can easily cycle towards the beach & the dunes, the Dutch lake district, cities such as Leiden or Haarlem and charming villages such as Noordwijk, Katwijk, Lisse, Hillegom, Sassenheim, Warmond and Voorhout.

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