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Motorcycle Tour
The most beautiful sides of Poland - 11 days

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11-day individual motorcycle tour from Breslau / to Rügenwalde.


- The indicated prices are minimum prices for the low season. Please ask for an individual offer for your desired travel date. -
Price per person in double room, -A- Budget category €489.00 $543.99 ?
Price per person in single room, -A- Budget category €839.00 $933.35 ?
Price per person in double room, B- standard category €599.00 $666.36 ?
Price per person in single room, -B- standard category €1,059.00 $1,178.09 ?
Price per person in double room, -C- comfort category €729.00 $810.98 ?
Price per person in single room, -C- comfort category €1,299.00 $1,445.08 ?
Price per person in double room, -D- Deluxe category €939.00 $1,044.60 ?
Price per person in single room, -D- Deluxe category €1,739.00 $1,934.56 ?
Private city tour Gdansk €112.00 $124.60 ?
Private city tour Wroclaw €112.00 $124.60 ?
Private City Tour Cracow €112.00 $124.60 ?


10 nights in hotels of the chosen category in rooms with bath or shower/WC
Route description
Maps and information material
one travel book per room
Not included
Everything that is not listed under services
arrival and departure
Parking fees

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A BUDGET - VARIANT: 2-star hotels or guest houses.
B STANDARD - VARIANT: Usually 3-star hotels.
C COMFORT - VARIANT*: 4-star hotels or upscale room category in 3-star hotels *Basically, upscale accommodation (comfort and deluxe hotels) cannot be guaranteed in all locations. While the range of hotels in each category is generally large in the metropolitan and tourist centres, we have to switch to lower-rated hotels in smaller towns or rural areas. Then we try to compensate for this, for example, with an upscale room category.
D DELUXE - VARIANT*: 5-star hotels, partly also higher class rooms in 4-star hotels. *Basically, upscale accommodation (comfort and deluxe hotels) cannot be guaranteed in all locations. While the range of hotels in each category is generally large in the metropolitan and tourist centres, we have to switch to lower-rated hotels in smaller towns or rural areas. Then we try to compensate for this, for example, with an upscale room category.
This trip will be ridden with your own motorbike, the departure and arrival will be individual.
Entry requirements - Poland has been part of the EU since 2004 and is a member of the Schengen area. German citizens require a valid identity card or passport with sufficient validity for entry. Children need their own identification document, the entry in the passport of their parents is no longer accepted. For other nationals, please contact the respective embassy. Further information on the current entry requirements at the Federal Foreign Office.
Health regulations - Please contact your family doctor for vaccination advice for the target area.
Minimum number of participants:
No minimum number of participants. Guaranteed execution!
Start dates:
On request - daily
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.


In addition to the beautiful cities of Cracow and Wroclaw and the famous lake district of Masuria, this trip will also take you to less travelled areas. And so, for example, the unspoilt Bialowieza National Park in the extreme east of Poland is on the programme. Most of the stages lead along country roads and secondary routes and thus provide an insight into rural Poland away from the tourist strongholds.

Tour character:

The tour leads you mainly along country and side roads. The daily stages are usually less than 300 km and are therefore easy to manage. This may leave time for an extra detour. On many days we offer alternative or supplementary routings. In Masuria and in the surroundings of Krakow you can determine the length of the day trips yourself. In total, you will cover about 1,800 to 2,000 km on this journey.

This tour will be ridden on your own motorcycle, the departure and arrival will be individual.


1st day: Arrival

Individual arrival to Wroclaw (Wroclaw). Wroclaw is crossed by numerous arms of the Oder, this is why the city is oftenly called "Silesian Venice". Worth seeing are the cathedral, the Aula Leopoldina and the Jahrhunderthalle, which was designed by the German architect Max Berg. On the cathedral island with its many places of worship the atmosphere of past times can still be felt today. Overnight stay in Breslau.

2nd day: Wroclaw - Krakow (approx. 260 or 280 km)

It goes on well developed country roads in the direction of Krakow (Krakow). You will ride via Gliwice with the famous transmitter mast. Once you arrive in Krakow, you should take an evening walk to get to know the beautiful city. Cracow was the seat of the Polish kings and the capital of Poland until 1596. It is one of the most beautiful Polish cities, since 1978 the Old Town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Overnight stay in Krakow.

3rd day: Krakow & surroundings

You can arrange today as you wish. Perhaps you will take a motorcycle-free day and explore Krakow. On the medieval market place there are the cloth halls and the Marienkirche with its high altar. The Krakow Royal Castle, situated on the Wawel Hill, is still a silent witness to the splendour of days gone by. But if you want to ride, take a tour through southern Poland to Zakopane. Or you can ride to Oswiecim (Auschwitz) and visit the concentration camp, which stands for the atrocities of the National Socialists like no other. Overnight stay in Krakow.

4th day: Cracow - Lublin (about 270 km)

If you wish, you can start the day with a detour to Wieliczka. The underground route of the salt mine leads through a labyrinth of galleries and galleries with countless sculptures carved in salt. Over country roads and through villages in southern Poland we will go to Lublin. You should discover the city on an evening walk. Worth seeing are for example the two old city gates and the Lublin Castle with its interesting facade. Overnight stay in Lublin.

5th day: Lublin - Bialowieza National Park - Bialystok (about 310 and 340 km)

On your route via secondary roads along the Polish-Belarusian border you will reach the Bialowieza National Park. The area, which is characterised by virgin forest, is - thanks to successful breeding and release - the habitat of impressive bisons. The wonderful, unspoilt landscape invites you to take a nice ride. Then it goes on: Bialystok is your destination for the day. Here the Branicki Palace, the baroque town hall and the Polish Orthodox Church attract visitors. Overnight stay in Bialystok.

6th day: Bialystok - Masuria (about 200 km)

After the Bialowieza National Park, the next wonderful landscape is on the programme: Masuria. Masuria is probably one of the most famous regions of Poland and enchants with deep forests, small villages and lonely lakeshores. The following day you will have time for a detailed tour. Overnight stay in Masuria.

7th day: Masuria

Great round trip through Masuria, the "land of a thousand lakes". Small towns and cities invite you to stop off. In Lötzen (Gizycko), for example, there is the Boyen fortress and the swing bridge, which is rare in Europe. Svieta Lipka is a famous pilgrimage site with a baroque Jesuit church. Rastenburg (Ketrzyn) or the Dönhoffstädt castle could also be on your programme. In any case you will enjoy the ride through the Masurian landscape! You determine the length of the stages yourself. Overnight stay in Masuria.

8th day: Masuria - Marienburg - Gdansk (approx. 290 or 310 km)

You will first ride to Marienburg (Malbork). Those who wish can take time to visit the huge castle of the Order, which was the seat of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order in the 14th and 15th centuries. After your arrival in Gdansk you can get acquainted with the city on an evening walk. The former Hanseatic city has a wonderfully restored old town. The most famous sights are the old crane gate, the magnificent right-handed town hall, the Marienkirche - one of the largest brick churches of all - and the Lange Markt with the Neptune Fountain. You can end the evening in one of the many restaurants along the Motlau river. Overnight stay in Danzig.

9th day: Gdansk - Rügenwalde (approx. 190 or 210 km)

Today you will ride through Pomerania to Rügenwalde (Darlowo). Today, the road is the destination: you should choose the side road and always allow time for small detours to the sea along the way. So you will get a wonderful impression of the Polish Baltic Sea coast! Overnight stay in Rügenwalde or surroundings.

10th day: Rügenwalde - Szczecin (approx. 210 km)

Today is the last stage: You ride to Stettin (Szczecin) at the German-Polish border. Overnight stay in Stettin.

11th day: Departure

Individual journey home.