Discover the diverse scenery and motorcycle tours
The motorcycle regions in Austria, Italy, Germany, and the Switzerland are entirely suited to the demands of motorcyclists: they love fabulous mountain passes, bends and curves galore, and a perfectly pre-prepared tour programme. This is where motorcycling can be enjoyed in all its fullness, from Alpine passes through to coastal roads.
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Whether into the neighbouring cantons or across the border into Italy, a motorbike holiday in the Bernese Highlands is full of variety in any case. Mountains and lakes but especially the never-ending views into the distance make motorcycling here so unique.
The peaks of the Dolomites and apple orchards create impressive scenery for motorbike tours. Enjoy the variety during motorbike tours with fascinating panoramic views across the entire motorbike region in South Tyrol.
Bavaria’s diverse landscape offers plenty of space for extensive motorbike tours across Germany. The many attractions and lakes in this motorbike region are ideal for relaxing stops.
The mix of motorbike tours through olive groves and vineyards, culinary delights and famous cities like Florence, Pisa and Siena make Tuscany a perfect motorbike region in Italy.
Lower Austria, Austria’s largest state, impresses not only with a variety of landscapes but also with a wide range of motorbike tours. Here you enjoy a unique motorbike holiday on solitary country roads.
Lake Garda has always been a popular motorbike region in Italy. The well-developed roads around the lake are ideal for motorbike rides. But the other regions in the Trentino offer just as many curvy kicks.
Fantastic motorbike tours and top road conditions guarantee variety during a motorbike holiday in Vorarlberg – whether on the Silvretta alpine road or on a detour to Germany, Switzerland or Liechtenstein.
Mountain route or lakeside road? The south of Austria offers both. Carinthia is a popular motorbike region for bikers who are looking for a wide range as well as border-crossing motorbike tours.
Over half of this motorbike region in the north of Italy is mountainous and hilly while the remainder of the Friuli is dominated by lowlands. The motorbike tours lead from the curvy roads of the Dolomites to the sea.
Tyrol, the third-largest state in Austria, offers plenty of space for motorcycling. This popular motorbike region stretches from the Lechtal Valley in the west across the Zillertal Valley to Kitzbühel in the east.
More than 600 lakes, 900 mountain peaks and 150 valleys invite to motorcycling in Grisons. The typical mountain and highland landscape is ideal for a motorbike holiday in Switzerland for anyone looking for plenty of nature and culture.
Austria’s highest-situated pass road, the Großglockner Alpine Road, and 14 other panorama roads as well as the Alps‘ largest national park make the Salzburger Land to one of the most popular destinations for motorbike holidays.