Thousands of kilometres of the finest roads and paths, stretching across 30 regions in MoHo Land, for the perfect motorbike holiday. Here, every passionate motorcyclist will find his personal favourite region with many sights and highlights and impressive mountains, beautiful lakes, the highest peaks and unbelievable vistas directly along the routes. With MoHo - Motorbike Hotels, you will not only get to know the people and cultures in Austria, Italy, Germany and Switzerland but also the most beautiful motorbike routes in all six countries. Quality and competence have been MoHo’s top priority since 1996, and we know exactly what is needed for a successful motorbike holiday. We know real insider tips when it comes to tours and culinary stops. We live this motorbike culture more intense today than ever - and we look forward to having you on board.
What do Germany, Italy, Austria and Switzerland have in common? Surely the most diverse landscapes and routes one can imagine for beautiful motorbike tours.
Across high alpine border crossings from the Gailtal Valley in the Carnic Alps, you continue to the Carinthian Lake District in the east - for motorcyclists one of Austria’s most diverse regions, combining Italian flair, alpine charm and Slavic down-to-earthiness.
Scenic magnificence also means great variety in most cases - especially in Austria’s largest federal state. The southern Waldviertel (Forest Quarter) offers an enormous range of possibilities for motorbike tours to Czech Republic, the Wachau or Upper Styria, for example.
Characterised by diverse landscapes, motorbike fun in Upper Austria presents itself full of variety: A maze of curves in the Mühlviertel (Mill Quarter), into the impressive Danube Valley or across freely accessible agricultural roads - biker, what more do you want!
Austria’s highest mountain with its famous Grossglockner High Alpine Road is only one of the many motorbike holiday sensations in the Salzburger Land. Bikers count here no less than 15 panorama roads(!), which offer overall a first-class result and attract us motorcyclists with an incredible power.
It’s not for nothing that Styria is described as the green heart of Austria - it has a wealth of various landscapes and mountain formations. It is permeated with wonderfully winding motorbike routes, from the Tauplitz to the Semmering and from the Gesäuse to Styrian Tuscany.
Whether the three-border region around the Arlberg Mountain, in the Paznauntal Valley, in the Lechtal Valley, in the Ötztal Valley, in the Zillertal Valley or across the old Roman road at the Brenner in the Wipptal Valley - the motorbike regions in Tyrol offer an unbelievable range of motorbike routes which are unsurpassable in their diversity.
Off to the Wild West! Austria’s most western situated federal state offers exactly what you as passionate biker are looking for: One of the curviest possibilities for a motorbike holiday in Vorarlberg opens up in the Bregenz Forest between Bregenz and Bludenz high above the Hochtannberg and the Arlberg Mountain.
The Allgäu Alps and the Allgäu in direction alpine upland offer an excellent starting point for proper tour fun on curvy routes. To the west, the region stretches to the famous Lake Constance which provides the required refreshment.
The region stretches from the Carnic Alps in the north to the Adriatic Sea in the south and is blessed with the tempting opportunity to cross the Dolomites without much traffic. A detour to San Daniele with its historic buildings is definitely rewarding.
Most of you know it anyway but we like to mention it again: The most beautiful mountain roads can be found in South Tyrol. From the Vinschgau across the Stelvio Pass, past Lake Kaltern and Lake Karersee to Alta Badia - just to name one of the countless possibilities.
Characterised by beautiful mountain lakes and Italy’s largest lake - Lake Garda - crossing the Strada del Menador (Kaiserjäger Road) in the Trentino and driving in the Dolomites, you could really get into a curve frenzy. There surely can’t be anything better for a biker!
615 lakes, more than 900 mountain peaks and 150 valleys in Switzerland‘s Grisons create the scenery for the most diverse motorbike tours you could ever imagine. One of the many highlights is the Umbrail Pass which continues to the famous Stelvio Pass in Italy.