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Enjoy a fantastic Europe Motorcycle Tour. Explore the best motorcycle roads in East and West. Ride Transcarpathia in Ukraine, Tatra Mountains in Poland and the winding roads of the incredible Alps in Austria. Visit UNESCO World heritage sites, fabulous palaces and experience riding the “No speed limits” German highways.

East meats West  – a European motorbike adventure. Ride 8 countries in 18 days.
The itinerary includes motorcycles rides in Romania, Ukraine, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Hungary.

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  • The Borgo Pass with its winding roads, breath-taking views and Dracula’s Coffin
  • Transcarpathia Road – the southern slopes of the Eastern Carpathian Mountains
  • Tatra Mountains – with its rocky peaks covered in snow, the picturesque lakes and waterfalls
  • Brno – home to the Masaryk Circuit where the Czech Republic Motorcycle Grand Prix takes place every year.
  • Try the motorbike power on the German highways with no speed limit – a ride to remember
  • Salzburg – the city where The Sound of Music, the most popular musical of all times was filmed
  • The Austrian Alps – an unforgettable riding experience

Brief itinerary:

Day 1, Tuesday, Cluj – Turda, Transylvania, Romania

Welcome to Romania! Our English speaking guide, collects you from Cluj-Napoca Airport.

Day 2, Wednesday, Turda – Bistrita – Vama

Ride to Bistrita Citadel. You can enjoy lunch in Golden Crown Hotel and head to Dracula’s Castle.
Visit Dracula’s Coffin in the basement. Accommodation and dinner.

Day 3, Thursday, Vama – Moldovita – Sucevita – Marginea – Cernovcy (Ukraine)

Continue riding the on the winding roads of the Carpathians.
Visit the Monasteries of Moldovita and Sucevita. Stop at Marginea, the black ceramic centre in Romania.
Evening in Cernovcy, Ukraine.

Day 4, Friday, Cernovcy – TransCarpathia – Chust

Ride today the southern slopes of the Eastern Carpathian Mountains – TransCarpathia.
Accommodation in Chust, the capital of the short-lived Republic of Carpatho-Ukraine.

Day 5, Saturday, Chust – Mukacevo – Uzhorod – Kosice (Slovakia)

Ride to Kosice. Stop at Mukacevo to visit two of the most beautiful Castles on Transcarpathia.
Continue your journey to Uzhorod – a culture crossing point. Spend the evening in Kosice.

Day 6, Sunday, Kosice – Kezmarok – Zakopane – Krakow (Poland)

Tatra Mountains rise ahead today as we ride its windy roads to Zakopane.
Spend the evening in Krakow, one of the oldest cities in Poland.

Day 7, Monday, Krakow – Rest day

Ride to Oswiecim home to the Memorial and Museum of Auschwitz – Birkenau Concentration Camp.
Continue riding to Wieliczka Salt Mines – the underground kingdom of Salt, UNESCO World heritage site.

Day 8, Tuesday, Krakow – Bielsko Biala – Brno (Czech Republic)

Ride to Bielsko Biala, known as Little Vienna.
Continue your journey with the city of Brno, home to the Masaryk Circuit.

Day 9,Wednesday, Brno – Hradec Kralove – Prague

Ride to Hradec Kralove, known as the Salon of the Republic.
The next destination is Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic.  Accommodation in Prague.

Day 10, Thursday, Prague – Rest day

Ride to Kutná Hora, a UNESCO World heritage Site, known as the jewel of the country.
Visit Sedlec Ossuary, a small Christian chapel decorated with human bones. Accommodation in Prague.

Day 11, Friday, Prague – Ingolstadt (Germany) – Munchen

Ride to Germany today, known for its automobile industry and its free, sometimes no speed limit highways.
We’ll ride to Ingolstadt, the city of Frankenstein. Continue your journey to Munchen, the capital of Bavaria region.

Day 12, Saturday, Munich – Salzburg (Austria) – Hohentauern

Enjoy a visit to BMW Museum in Munchen and continue our ride to Salzburg.
The mighty Alps will open the mountain roads for us in an unforgettable riding experience.

Day 13, Sunday, Hohentauern – Mariazell – Wien

Continue riding to Wien, the capital city of Austria.  Accommodation in Wien.

Day 14, Monday, Wien – Bratislava (Slovakia)

Visit Schönbrunn Palace – one of the most significant cultural monuments in Austria.
Ride to Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia and its largest city. Accommodation in Bratislava.

Day 15, Tuesday, Bratislava – Budapest

Morning Ride to Budapest, the capital city of Hungary.  Accommodation in Budapest.

Day 16, Wednesday, Budapest – Szeged – Timisoara

Ride to Szeged, rightfully called Sun City.
Continue your adventure to Timisoara, the city where the 1989 Romanian revolution begun.
Accommodation in Timisoara.

Day 17, Thursday, Timisoara – Deva – Hunedoara – Turda – Cluj

Ride to Deva where you can enjoy a visit of Deva Medieval Citadel.
Continue riding to Hunedoara, home to one of the most impressive medieval castles in Romania – Corvinești Castle.
Reach Turda and enjoy a transfer to Cluj-Napoca.

Day 18, Friday, Cluj

Say good bye to Eastern Europe. Transfer to the airport for the return flight.

The itinerary is complemented with excellent accommodation because the region offers charming hotels and cosy country inns.

This is an overview of the tour.
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Departure Dates:

  • available on request for private groups

Prices for this
Europe Motorcycle Tour

Price/1 rider*
Price/1 co-rider*
Single supplement (private room)
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rider with BMW F800GS
rider with BMW F850GS
rider with BMW R1200GS
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*Price is based on two people sharing a double room. The price is based on 6 riders traveling together. Should the number of riders change, price will alter.

Special offer available for bookings made until June 30 – 2024!

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