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Motorcycle Tour
South Poland - Giant Mountains & High Tatras

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Poland as a motorcycle travel destination! Hardly any other European country offers such a wide range of different sights as Poland.


per rider in shared twin/double room: €1,599.00 $1,778.82 ?
per person single room (surcharge): €279.00 $310.38 ?
1/2 double room available on request
Rental motorcycle can be booked on request: Harley-Davidson Pan America, Benelli TRK 502 X, Royal Enfield Himalayan. Please inquire if you are interested.


9-day guided motorcycle tour over some of the most beautiful roads in southern Poland with excursions to the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
German-speaking tour guide with motorbike from-to Vienna
Polish, German-speaking tour guide as a driver of the escort vehicle from/to Vienna
Escort vehicle for luggage from-to Vienna incl. emergency motorcycle trailer
8 nights in a mix of selected middle-class and top category hotels (shower, WC)
Half board with breakfast and dinner as 3-course menu or buffet
City tour with local German-speaking guide in Wroclaw and Krakow
Customer money protection in accordance with the European Package Travel Regulation
Not included
Luggage transport
Other meals except for breakfast and dinner
Petrol and oil
Rental motorbike (optional, please inquire)
personal expenses
Furthermore, all services that are not expressly listed as included.
Also not included, but strongly recommended: Travel insurance with cancellation protection.

More details

On guided motorcycle tours with your own motorcycle, riders and passengers from different countries of origin and with different motorcycles meet for a joint trip. As different as the participants are, as different will usually be the motorcycles, which makes for a fun and interesting trip. As with all group activities, these trips require a certain team spirit and a certain adaptation of the individual to the group, so that everyone can enjoy the trip and their motorcycle holiday.
10 persons. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the trip up to 3 weeks before departure. All kilometre details are approximate. Depending on e.g.: Weather, traffic or road conditions, the route can be changed.
From/to Vienna approx. 2,535 km. Medium difficulty, including motorway stages, city crossings and village roads with possible inadequacies, or generally roads of different quality levels, sometimes also with potholes, short sections without asphalt possible. Mountain crossings with numerous curves and serpentines.
Individual appointments are possible on request.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.


A Baltic coast several hundred kilometers long in the north, the alpine high mountains of the Tatra in the south, the legendary Giant Mountains as well as the unspoiled Masurian Lake District are paradises for motorcyclists. Bends and hairpin bend galore and a well-developed road network guarantee lots of riding fun. And the towns also have a lot to offer. In the historic old towns of Krakow and Thorn, you feel transported to the Middle Ages, Wroclaw and Gdansk are symbols of the country's eventful history. But unfortunately, Poland does not have the best image. But as we know: Travelling is fun and helps to break down prejudices. On our tour "South Poland: Giant Mountains & High Tatras" we already get to know some of these sights and cities. And much more: Poland perfectly combines traditional with contemporary. In addition, there is the proverbial hospitality that is shown to visitors at all stops on the tour. Poland is a country to fall in love with and once you have been here you will never let go. Therefore, come with us and experience for yourself how endearing the mentality of the Poles is. The very special charm enchants everyone and the largely very well-developed tourist infrastructure offers a suitable framework.

Our travel program:

Day 1: Vienna - Hirschberg / Jelenia Góra, 430 km.

At the agreed meeting point near Vienna, you start your journey with your German-speaking motorcycle guide. To get ahead faster you will take the motorway deep into the Czech Republic and reach Poland in the late afternoon.

Overnight stay in the Hirschberg area for the next 2 nights.

TIP for arrival 1:There is a hotel at the starting point of the trip near Vienna. For participants who have a further journey to Vienna, it is advisable to arrive the day before and spend the night there. And for those who want to come by car and motorcycle trailer to the start of the tour, the car can be parked at the hotel during the tour (fee required).

TIP for arrival 2: For those for whom the journey to the tour starts in Vienna would be a detour, come independently to the hotel in Hirschberg and meet up with the group there.

Day 2: Day tour "Around the Schneekoppe", 220 km

The Krkonoše Mountains are the highest part of the Sudeten mountain range with the Schneekoppe at 1.602 m above sea level. According to the legend the mountain spirit Rübezahl is said to have done his mischief here. Today will take you around the Krkonoše Mountains, including a bit into the Czech Republic. Before returning to your hotel, you'll stop at the Wang Wooden Stave Church, built in Norway in the 13th century and brought here six centuries later as a gift from the German Emperor. It is considered the biggest tourist attraction in the Krkonoše.

The second overnight stay in the area of Hirschberg.

Day 3: Jelenia Góra - Wrocław / Breslau, 180 km.

You leave Jelenia Góra and the Krkonoše Mountains heading east and cross the Landeshuter Kamm Landscape Park on your way into the heart of Silesia. In Wrocław, your overnight destination, you will be met by a local guide for a city tour. Wroclaw is the largest city in Lower Silesia and supposedly the most beautiful city in Poland. Its charm and atmosphere have been shaped by the culture of the three nations. On the market, trade and cultural life flourish as they did a hundred years ago. Around the town hall, many first-class restaurants with cozy beer gardens have settled, in one of these nice restaurants, you will enjoy your dinner.

Day 4: Wrocław - Kraków / Cracow, 350 km

The journey continues through Silesia, avoiding the densely populated areas around Breskow and Kraków partly via the motorway. With Czestochowa, you will visit the spiritual center of Poland. Millions of pilgrims from all over the world are attracted to the Pauline monastery every year, where the Polish national shrine, the image of the Black Madonna, is kept. In the afternoon, you will arrive in Krakow, one of the world's most popular city break destinations. With a local guide, you'll take a walking tour of the city, which was the seat of Polish kings and Poland's capital until 1596. They say you can't get to know the soul of the Poles without visiting Krakow.

Overnight stay in Krakow.

Day 5: Wrocław - Zakopane, 175 km.

riding along the small "Low Tatras", the Pieniński National Park with the gorge of the Dunajec River up to 300 m deep will delight you. In the early evening, you will reach Zakopane, the most famous winter sports resort in Poland, with fantastic views of the High Tatras mountains. During a relaxed stroll through the highest town in Poland, you will feel the very special flair of Zakopane, with its many distinctive wooden houses.

Overnight stay for the next two nights in the Zakopane area.

Day 6: Day trip "High Tatras", 200 km

A leisurely day trip is on the agenda until you can enjoy the flair of Zakopane again in the evening. If you prefer to take a rest day, this is a particularly good opportunity, the pedestrian zone of Zakopane with its many shops will not let you get bored.

The second overnight stay in the Zakopane area.

Day 7: Kraków - Bad Altheide/Polanica Zdroj, 400 km

You leave the alpine mountain world of the Tatra Mountains and head west again to your stage destination in the Glatzer Bergland. For part of the way, you will again take the motorway to avoid the densely populated areas around the industrial city of Katowice. The Glatzer Bergland is known for its spa towns with Italian flair. Polanica Zdroj, Bad Altheide, is one of these classic-style spas and is sure to please.

Here you will spend the next two nights.

Day 8: Daily trip in the Glatzer Bergland, 210 km

On a winding day trip here in the Polish-Czech border region, you will enjoy one last day of riding together in Poland with impressive scenery.

Day 9: Polanica Zdroj - Vienna, 370 km

It is time to say goodbye. With many beautiful memories in the luggage, you start your way home. As the bikes are faster than the escort vehicle, some of you will take your luggage with you, or you can pick it up later in the day at the tour-start hotel near Vienna.

End of the tour.

TIP: For those for whom the route to Vienna would be a detour on the way home, they can already say goodbye to the other tour participants on departure from the hotel and start the way home independently.

TIP: Additional nights in Vienna and/or in the last hotel in Poland or on the direct way home are possible on request! Please contact us for an offer!