Tatra Mountains in Poland and Slovakia - 10 days

Visit the historic cities Wroclaw, Krakow and more. Guided tour in electric car in Krakow.

Tour Dates
Starting Point
Rendezvous in Jutland by Krusaa or we will meat in Lübeck for lunch.
MOTORCYCLE: 12.700,00 dkr. pr. person in a shared double room.
Additional fee for a single room 2.300,00 dkr.
INCLUDED: All accommodations, breakfast and supper all days, 6 lunches, guided city-trip in Krakow. Danish travel-guide.
NOT INCLUDED: Petrol, drinks and parking.
Maximum 14 participants on this trip.
Finishing Point
We will make a stop in Lübeck and say goodbye for those taking the ferry to Sjælland.
10 14 days
Motorcycle Type
This trip does not require any special type of motorbike.
On this trip we will mainly travel by the smaller roads, motorways is only rarely used. We will enjoy the nature through Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic. A day trip on small twisty roads in the Tatra-mountains. Onwards west to Brno in the Czech Republic and up to the nationalpark in the northern corner of the country before we enter Germany again.
Rest Days

Nice hotels, pensions etc.
Visiting the historic towns of Wroclaw, Krakow and more. Guided city tours in electric-car in Krakow. Possibility for visiting Auschwitz, Wieliczka saltmine, Schindlers factory. Lovely Tatra-mountains with twisty roads and small cosy towns including Zakopane.

When the tour start, cards of the trip and a Moto Mundo t-shirt will be handed out to you.

The tour

Day 1

Denmark - Niederfinow
(Lübeck - Niederfinow km 340)

We meet in Jutland by Kolding or in Lübeck for lunch. After this we will continue together to our first overnight stay in the countryside. We drive by the smaller roads to Niederfinow.
Day 2

Niederfinow - Wroclaw km 360

Day 3

Wroclaw - Krakow km 270

Day 4

Resting day in Krakow

Day 5


Day 6

Krakow - Olomuc km 280

Day 7

Olomuc - Decin km 300

Day 8

Resting day

Day 9

Hrensko - Arendsee km 410

Day 10

Arendsee - Lübeck km 220


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