A round trip in regions, away from the often frequented destinations of mass tourism, leads us through the Erzgebirge, architecturally and scenically charming valleys and hilly landscapes to the home of Rübezahl...
|per rider in shared twin/double room||€1,399.00 $1,556.33 ?|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room||€1,299.00 $1,445.08 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge)||€349.00 $388.25 ?|
|7 specifically designed day tours with tour guide in groups of 6 - 8 motorcycles.|
|Roadbook with hotel and route information.|
|Beverage service on the tours.|
|Hotel accommodation (9 x nights, 9 x breakfast buffet, 9 x 3-course choice menu with salad buffet)|
|Travel insurance certificate for the entire journey.|
|Any tolls, entrance fees, visitor's tax, etc.|
|Everything that is not listed under services|
|Total distance: approx. 3,450 km from Krefeld|
|Daily stages: 250 - 320 km (on site)|
|Road condition: Mostly well paved side roads.|
|Riding skills: Here everybody gets their money's worth! Condition for longer daily stages and a motorcycle suitable for touring are strongly recommended. Not necessarily suitable for beginners.|
|Climate: With daytime temperatures around 20°C ideal conditions for a relaxed motorcycle tour.|
|Minimum participants: 8 riders|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
...past the Schneekoppe, through the Altvatergebirge mountains to the southern edge of the High Tatras and in a wide arc along the borders to Poland and the Ukraine, where we can enjoy a day of rest north of the Hungarian border or make an individual detour to northern Hungary or Romania.
Along the southern border of the Slovak Republic, our journey takes us past Bratislava, through the Waldviertel, Wachau and Mühlviertel and back through picturesque Krumlov to the end in the Bavarian Forest. A lively past and testimonies of an eventful history accompany us through the stages of the tour.
Day 1: Arrival at the intermediate hotel.
Departure from Rasthof Geismühle West via motorway and country road to the first hotel in the Erzgebirge. Individual arrival (also possible over 2 daily stages, as 30.05. is a national holiday)
Day 2: Through the Erzgebirge to the Schneekoppe.
Our first day's stage leads us through quiet hilly landscapes of the Erzgebirge, the edge of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and the northern Czech Republic to the Spindleruv Mlyn area in the catchment area of the Schneekoppe.
Day 3: Off to the Altvatergebirge.
Today, the border area of the Czech Republic-Poland-Slovakia (Slovak Republic) with the Altvatergebirge mountains is our destination and the day's stage ends in the Opava area on the eastern border of the Czech Republic.
Day 4: High Tatras and Slovak Republic.
The third stage also runs along the Polish border and in the south of the High Tatras through the local nature park and ski resorts in the north of the Slovak Republic
Day 5: Border areas Poland, Ukraine and Hungary.
Our longest day trip is mostly on secondary roads along the border with Poland and Ukraine into the Kosice area north of the border with Hungary. Lonely landscapes and original villages let us take a step into the past.
Day 6: Day of rest.
We've earned ourselves a day off. For the always hungry riders there is the possibility to do a shorter daily stage through the border area with Hungary and possibly a detour to Romania.
Day 7: Along the border with Hungary.
We explore the flatter landscape along the border with Hungary and ride into the Nitra area, just before Bratislava.
Day 8: Around Bratislava to Lower Austria.
We circle around Bratislava and reach northern Lower Austria with the Waldviertel and the Wachau, where Austrian cuisine awaits us.
Day 9: Through the Mühlviertel into the Bavarian Forest.
We ride through the Mühlviertel into the southern part of the Czech Republic along the Vltava river into the picturesque Krumlov before we cross over into the Bavarian Forest. In the Cham area we can relive the experiences of the tour with a cosy dinner.
Day 10: Journey home.
We start on the quick journey home via the motorway to the Geismühle rest stop or decide on an individual route via country roads, especially since the following Whit Monday there is the possibility to spread it over 2 days.
- We reserve the right to change the programme, route or hotel. -