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14 Days Self-Guided Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark Motorcycle Tour

  • Rotterdam, Netherlands; Germany; Sweden; Norway; Denmark

Amazing Motorbike Tour Norway

This tour will give you the flexibility to ride independently as you wish. Departing from Hull or Harwich to Rotterdam, then continue to Germany, Sweden, and Norway, you will be able to explore Scandinavia, mostly Norway, from the Eastern Norway to Vestlandet. Enjoying Geirangerfjord, Oresund Bridge, Atlantic Coast Road, Trollstigen, and much more will surely satisfy you. This will be the best riding experience you've ever had in Norway.

Highlights

  • 2600-mile mileage
  • 12 days of amazing ride
  • Ride the great Atlantic Coast Road
  • Experience the majestic Golden Route
  • 13 nights of accommodation
  • Transportation by ferry
  • Breakfast & dinner
  • 12 riding days
  • English
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During this program, Motorcycle Sport Touring will provide you with accommodation at 3 or 4-star hotels and a shared cabin room on the ferry.

Day 1: July, 23

Today, each of you will make your way to the departure port of your choice to catch either the P&O Hull or the Stena Harwich to Rotterdam and have an overnight stay on the ferry. An en-suite cabin for 2 will be included in your crossing. For those wishing to use the Eurotunnel instead of a ferry, you may see Travel Choice.

Day 2: July, 24 (350 miles)

This will be your longest day but arriving at both ferries dock in the morning will give you a lot of time to make a good progress across Holland and Germany. Afterward, you will join up with any riders who have chosen the Eurotunnel route at the first night's hotel, on the way to the Baltic coast just outside Hamburg. Accommodation at a 3-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 3: July, 25 (220 miles)

Not long after you start your ride today, you will board the Puttgarden to Rodby ferry. If you like, you will have time to visit Copenhagen before taking the Oresund Bridge that runs nearly 5 miles from the small artificial island, Peberholm, to the Swedish coast. You will finish your day at a 30-minute ride hotel from Malmo. Accommodation at a 3-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 4: July, 26 (192 miles)

You will continue your journey northwards along the west coast of Sweden, passing Gothenburg before taking further nights stop. Accommodation at a 4-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 5: July, 27 (259 miles)

You will leave the motorway behind and enjoy some of the Swedish countryside roads before crossing the border into Norway. Your day will end at Lillehammer, which is perhaps best known for hosting the 1994 winter Olympics. Accommodation at a 4-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 6: July, 28 (232 miles)

The day will start with one of the most beautiful mountain roads of Central Norway. You will continue up to the Gubbrandsdalen Valley before entering the oldest national park in Norway, Rondane National Park. The Dovrefjell National Park will be your next destination. The park includes the dramatic highlands around the Shohetta and provides suitably bleak habitat for arctic foxes, reindeer, wolverines, and musk oxen. Turning westwards, you will arrive at your hotel for the next 2 nights. Accommodation at a 4-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 7: July, 29

Today will be your free day. You can relax in Molde which is known as the 'Town of Roses' for its rose gardens and lush vegetation. This is the furthest north that you will go and you will be allowed to ride the 'Atlantic Coast Road'. Sharp turns and wild nature has put the Atlantic Road at the top of the British newspaper as well as The Guardian's list of the world's best road trips. Accommodation at a 4-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 8: July, 30 (140 miles)

Today, you will ride what is known as the 'Golden Route'. The Trollstigen is a popular tourist attraction due to its steep incline of 10% and 11 hairpin bends up a steep mountainside. Having reached the top, you will descend to Linge, where you will take the ferry across the Fjiord to Eidsdal. You will go up as you ride the 'Eagle Road' that will lead you to the most stunning panoramic views from the top, the king of Norwegian fjords, Geirangerfjord. Accommodation at a 3-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 9: July, 31 (168 miles)

Your journey will progress southwards on winding roads. Shortly, you will enter the Jostedalsbreen National Park, the treasure trove of natural beauty. Furthermore, you will continue along the route 7 and take the Mannheller-Fodnes ferry before taking a shortcut to even more twisty climb above the Vassbygdevatnet Lake for another spectacular view. Accommodation at a 3-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 10: August, 1 (196 miles)

You will continue your ride southwards to Telemark area with mountains and hidden valleys with historic stave churches. Passing the largest lakes in Norway and the deepest in Europe, you will ride through the famous town wherein 1943 the German hydrogen factory was blown up in a daring act of heroism by Norwegian Resistance fighters. You will stop for the night at another 4-star hotel. Dinner, as well as bed and breakfast, will be included in the price.

Day 11: August, 2 (137 miles)

You will make your way through the wildness of Aust-Agder with a couple of route choices here. You will then arrive at Kristiansand where a fast ferry will take you across the water to Denmark. Afterward, you will continue riding southwards for another hour to arrive at your overnight stop. Accommodation at a 4-star hotel, dinner, as well as bed and breakfast will be included in the price.

Day 12: August, 3 (340 miles)

Along the motorways, you will make your way from Denmark to Germany for your overnight stop just outside Bremen.

Day 13: August, 4 (250 miles)

You will have a relatively short ride today, mainly on motorways, to catch your respective ferries from Rotterdam. Riders who have chosen the return journey via Eurotunnel will have considerably more mileage to cover and may need to consider another overnight stay.

Day 14: August, 5

Today, you will arrive in the UK and make your way home.

Note: A motorcycle or scooter less than 500cc and any vehicle that will not do 125 miles to a tank of fuel are not accepted.

This program will include a journey in the area of Scandinavia. You will enjoy your riding through Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, and mostly Norway.

  • 13 nights’ accommodation (2 night's in ferry)
  • Breakfasts and dinner
  • Kristiansand to Hirtshals ferry
  • Puttgarden to Rodby ferry
  • Tomtom and Garmin routes
  • Use of hotels’ leisure facilities
  • Drinks
  • Fuel
  • Meals on board ferries
  • Oresund crossing
  • Toll roads / bridges /tunnels / other ferries