Motorcycle Tour

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Just behind the border, beyond Bitburg, we find a still almost undiscovered motorcycle paradise: the Ardennes.


per rider in shared twin/double room €690.00 $767.60 ?
pillion passenger €520.00 $578.48 ?
Single room surcharge €150.00 $166.87 ?


4 nights in a double room
half board
Entrance fees
German-speaking tour guide
Travel security note
Not included features
Everything that is not listed under services
Travel cancellation and return transport insurance

More details

Total distance: about 800 km
Daily stages: 220-320 km
Road condition: endless curves, many small roads, mostly very good asphalt, but also short gravel passages
Riding skills: The motorcycle should be safely mastered on winding roads and in hairpin bends. No tour for absolute beginner drivers
Minimum number of participants: 6 riders. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the tour up to 28 days before the tour starts
Special features: A basic hotel, so travel without luggage. Because of the extensive sightseeing programme available on request and the scenic routes, this tour is particularly suitable for passengers
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

This small but beautiful mountain range is located in the border area of Germany, France, Luxembourg and Belgium. It is not high, but it is extremely curvy, jagged by deep, winding river incisions. And green is the hilly landscape - not for nothing are the Ardennes called "the green heart of Europe".

Forests and meadows line the path, picturesque clearings, villages and castles appear again and again. Starting point of this motorcycle tour is the medieval town of Vianden. From there we discover on often tiny little roads the "little Switzerland" around the Mullerthal, the border triangle near Ouren and the Napoleonsgaard, with only 548 meters the highest point of Luxembourg. This area offers pure riding pleasure, and behind every bend the wide views into the deep valleys and onto the rugged mountain ridges cause astonishment.


Day 1: Individual arrival at the base hotel in Vianden (Luxembourg)

2nd day: Echternach, through the Mullerhtal, the "Little Luxembourgish Switzerland", Diekirch, Mont St. Nicolas

Day 3: Vallée de la Semois, Gorges du Petit Fays

4th day: Luxembourg City, Napoleonsgaard, border triangle near Ouren

5th day: breakfast, individual journey home

program modifications remain reserved