EUROPEAN TOURING ROUTE

RIDE THE EUROPEAN TOURING ROUTE

European Touring Route leads the traveler through wild scenery, along unspoiled and rugged coastlines, through breathtaking mountain ranges and over fertile rural landscapes, with interesting locations and ETR Sites, hotels, and places to visit, along the way.

DISCOVER DENMARK BY MOTORCYCLE

DISCOVER DENMARK BY MOTORCYCLE

Take some days to discover all that Denmark has to offer, from great country roads and unspoilt rural landscapes, to medieval castles, culture, craft beers and great gastronomy.

EXPLORE THE CASTLES OF BAVARIA

EXPLORE THE CASTLES OF BAVARIA

When you get to Füssen, visit the castles of Bavarian King Ludwig II - Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau make for some spectacular photographs and great castle tours. You can explore both castles during the day, then explore the town of Füssen at night!

LOSE YOURSELF IN THE ALHAMBRA IN GRANADA

LOSE YOURSELF IN THE ALHAMBRA

The Moorish architecture of The Alhambra with it's Byzantine influences, makes for an exciting mix of cultures and styles, visible throughout this interesting UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can easily spend the whole day here!

CHILL OUT IN CADIZ, SPAIN

CHILL OUT IN CADIZ, SPAIN

After a long ride south, chill out in Cadiz, the oldest continuously-inhabited city in Spain and one of the oldest in southwestern Europe.
Let your motorcycle cool off for a couple of days, and explore the Old Town on foot, it's the best way to take it all in!

With 120 rooms spread over 5 floors, the bunker holds approximately 3,000m² of exhibition space, and temporary exhibitions are planned in close cooperation with with artists such as Olafur Eliasson, Elmgreen and Dragset, Robert Kusmirowski, Sarah Lucas, and Tobias Rehberger. A 500m² penthouse extension at roof level provides living space for the art collector and his family.

SAMMLUNG BOROS, BERLIN, GERMANY - Copyright Sammlung Boros, Berlin

The Atlantic Wall, an extensive system of coastal fortifications, was built between 1942 and 1944 by the German Third Reich, to defend against an anticipated Allied invasion of mainland Europe. Stretching over 5,000km along the western coast of Europe, it runs from the top of Norway down to the top of Spain, and consists of many different types of concrete fortifications, from ammunition bunkers, to gun emplacements, to supply depots and submarine stations. Over the years, we have visited all of the sites along the entire length of the Atlantic Wall, and one of the highest concentrations of fortifications can be found at Hanstholm, on the west coast of Denmark.

HANSTHOLM BUNKERMUSEUM, DENMARK