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Motorcycle Tour
Bavarian Forest - Tours in the border triangle

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The Bavarian Forest, the Bohemian Forest, and the Austrian Bohemian Forest, which belong to the Mühlviertel, together form not only one of the largest contiguous forest areas in Central Europe.


per rider in shared twin/double room €699.00 $745.52 ?
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider) €649.00 $692.19 ?
per person single room - hotel (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room") €149.00 $158.92 ?


5 specially created day-tours with a tour guide in a group of 6-8 motorcycles
Roadbook with hotel and route information
Hotel accommodation: 4 x overnight stay at the Urlaubshotel Binder, 4 x breakfast buffet, 4 x 3-course menu of choice.
Travel insurance certificate for the entire trip.
Not included
Everything that is not specified under services
Entrance fees, visitor's tax, etc., if applicable.
No luggage transport is possible!

More details

Total distance: approx. 1,200 km from/to Wörth a. d. Donau
Daily stages: On-site approx. 290-320 km.
Road condition: Mostly winding secondary roads with good but not always perfect asphalt.
Riding ability: Experienced bikers will have fun on this tour, as well as novice and returning riders, but you shouldn't be afraid of curves.
Climate: In summer mostly a mild low mountain climate, although in the high altitudes of the Bavarian Forest it can be windy and cool even in summer.
Minimum participants: 6 riders
Special features: Since we cross borders several times on the tours - although fortunately hardly noticeable - you have to take your ID with you!
During the entire trip, we must of course comply with the hygiene and safety measures imposed by the Coronavirus. This applies of course also in the restaurants and in the hotel!
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.


With its up to 1456 high mountains, countless river valleys, small and large lakes, historic towns, and small villages, the whole connected both by the smallest side roads and by speedy roads with countless curves makes the area also a dream destination for motorcyclists.

Tour itinerary:

Day 1

Arrival in the Bavarian Forest.

Individual journey to Wörth an der Donau, where we meet at 11:00 am at the Aral gas station (directly on the A3, exit Wörth a.d.D. / Wisent).

After lunch together we will ride to our base accommodation "Urlaubshotel Binder" in Büchlberg.

Individual journey to the base accommodation "Urlaubshotel Binder" is possible.

Day 2

Around the Großer Arber.

At 1456 meters, the Großer Arber is the highest mountain in the Bavarian Forest. We don't get quite that high on the tour, but the route takes us up to about 1100 meters. After an extensive lunch break, we ride through small valleys almost down to the Danube before heading back to our base accommodation.

Day 3

Lake Vltava & Krumlov.

The destination of today's tour is the UNESCO World Heritage town of Krumlov with its historic old town and castle towering over it. On the way there we will ride along the Vltava reservoir, which we will even cross on a small ferry on the way back.

Day 4

Off to Upper Austria!

Twice today we use ferries across the Danube, which we follow to the east into the Mühlviertel. Here we explore, in constant ups and downs some of the many valleys that stretch from the heights of the Austrian Bohemian Forest down to the Danube and enjoy countless curves on great roads.

Day 5

Return journey to Wörth a.d.Donau.

Today we have to leave the Bavarian Forest and head back home. On a beautiful tour, we ride along the Danube back to Wörth an der Donau, where the trip officially ends.

The individual journey home is of course possible.