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Central Europe Motorcycle Tour

This 10-day Central European ride combines the scenic beauty of the Hungarian and Bohemian countryside with the historic charm of medieval towns. Be it World Heritage Sites or roadside markets; gourmet food or local brews in a cozy tavern, the rivers, town squares, architecture and spires of Budapest, Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, and some smaller medieval towns - will sweep you off your feet and leave you wishing you could stay back forever! It's that mesmerizing and that charming a ride. For any consultation, advice or customization, please send an inquiry.

Important information

  • Terrain: All black top roads, comfortable ride
  • Bike: rental bike (BMW F650 - 750 GS, Suzuki VStrom 650)
  • Mileage: 2,000 kilometers / 1243 miles
  • Riding gear: not included, please bring your own gear
  • Meals: Daily breakfast


  • Starts and ends in Prague
  • Ride through scenic, curvy mountain roads to Vienna
  • Admire charming medieval town square, castles, museums in Krakow
  • Ride through Kutna Hora, popular for its church will human skulls & skeletal preserves
  • Enjoy the view of the picturesque Bavarian countryside
  • Bike rental and fuel for the planned route
  • 9 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Intermediate


8 riding days
Group size: Minimum of 8 participants
Airport transfer included: Václav Havel Airport Prague
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Enjoy bespoke stays in mid-range hotels or lodges on twin sharing basis.


Day 1 & 2: Prague

Prague, known as the “City of a 100 Spires” is the capital of the Czech Republic and a major economic and cultural center, right in the heart of Europe. The city boasts of numerous historic landmarks, churches, museums, bridges and the famous Prague astronomical clock that has featured in Indian as well as world cinema, ever so often.

The city center was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1992 and it is from this fascinating city and the creator of the famous Pilsner, that you will begin our 10-day voyage through the Bohemian, Alpine and Hungarian landscapes.

On the first day, you will fly into Prague by the forenoon, be transferred to your hotels and get time to settle down or explore the surroundings if you wish to.

Day 2 begins with a wonderful city tour where you get to take a peek into history and explore the popular sites in town. You will take the famous walk from the castle to the city square via Charles Bridge. This will be followed by a ride briefing and in the evening you will be collecting your bikes for the upcoming journey.

Day 3: Salzburg

Today, you commence our ride with a 372-kilometer ride to Salzburg, the fourth-largest city of Austria and the birthplace of the 18th-century composer, Mozart. The Salzburg city center is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List. En-route, you would pass by Cesky Krumlov, often referred to as the most beautiful small town of Europe. This is a protected heritage town - and you will have to walk it.

The ride from Prague to Salzburg through the eastern Alps and the picturesque Bavarian countryside is indeed a treat. The charming palaces, riverside villages and the beautiful forest expanses make this a memorable ride in more ways than one.

Overnight stay is in a village on the outskirts of Salzburg.

Day 4 & 5: Vienna

The “City of Music” and the “City of Dreams” awaits you and today you will be riding about 400 kilometers from Salzburg to Vienna, the beautiful and charming capital of Austria. Apart from being popular as a leading musical city, full of rich Baroque architecture, Vienna is also host to numerous international organizations like the UN and the OSCE.

The route from Salzburg to Vienna passes through scenic, curvy mountain roads overlooking gorgeous shimmering lakes, and vineyards, and fruit orchards along the brilliant blue Danube River as well: all of which are perfect postcard shots. Once you reach Vienna, you will have the evening free to explore the city on your own and indulge in the capital’s cultural and culinary delights.

Day 5 is reserved for a city tour where you can witness pristine palaces, visit castles and soak in more of the city’s history and stories. You have the day to yourself and can spend your time street shopping or taking leisurely strolls around Vienna. Do not miss the gastronomical treasures of Vienna like the roasted chestnuts, sausages or chocolate. Austria is also home to some of the most popular beers around the world!

Day 6 & 7: Budapest

This morning you begin your 350-kilometer ride to Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Once known as the “Queen of the Danube”, the city consists of two parts- Buda and Pest which are situated on either side of the Danube River and are connected by numerous bridges. Today would be a good mix of highways and country roads. And the stopover for lunch is at a very beautiful lakeside hamlet of Tihany.

Healing thermal waters, spectacular architecture and a buzzing nightlife, make Budapest a wholesome tourist destination and it would be a pity if you continued the tour without exploring the nightlife here. So, day 7 is meant for you to rest and gear up for an eventful evening where you could do club hopping, eating, and dancing!

Day 8: Krakow

Your next destination, the second largest city of Poland, beckons and today you ride 400 kilometers to the culturally rich town of Krakow. Krakow is indeed a treat for history buffs, with its charming medieval town square, castles, museums, salt mines and remains of the notorious concentration camps. You ride through some amazing rolling countryside - that would make you sing in your helmet.

Krakow managed to escape the bombings of World War II and hence pre-war architecture and edifices can still be found here. The city is well preserved and has something for everyone. If you’re a foodie, bite into the popular and delicious Bagel that was invented in Krakow. You can get one at the many local bakeries across town.

Day 9 and 10: Prague

To end this memorable tour, you ride 478 kilometers back to Prague, from where you began. Time permitting, you would ride through the town of Kutna Hora - for its church will human skulls and skeletal preserves. You shall reach Prague by late evening. You shall deposit the bikes and maybe sit together for dinner to recall the great moments of your ride.

The next day, you will be provided an airport transfer, where you are free to fly out as and when your return flights are scheduled. You may not be able to take back a lot of things due to space constraints, but you will certainly go back richer in experience and cultural wealth.

Rental Deposit Policy

Viktorianz Bespoke Adventure Travels requires a bike rental deposit of 1,500 EUR. This is refundable if there is no damage to the motorbike at the end of the tour.


  • International Driving License and International Credit Card required
  • Costs may marginally increase in case of fewer than 8 riders
  • Luggage panniers and top box will be provided but riders are requested to travel light
  • You are required to bring your own riding gear

Motorcycles available for this tour

BMW F650 - 750 GS, Suzuki VStrom 650.

Skill level(s) required for this tour: intermediate


  • can ride for 3-4 hours
  • average riding experience
  • little assistance required
  • comfortable with extreme curves and leans
  • average experience with unsurfaced roads
  • steep ascents and descents


This tour takes place in the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, and Poland. Some highlights of the tour are Bohemian and Austrian Alps, backroads of Southern Poland, the Hungarian countryside and the historical towns of Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, Budapest, and Krakow.


The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • 8-day motorbike hire (650-700cc)
  • Fuel for a planned route
  • Three city bus tours
  • Qualified lead rider and guide
  • Mid-range accommodation for 9 nights
  • Airport transfers for the group
  • Bike upgrade option (at extra cost)
  • Visa document support

What's not included

  • Air travel, visa fees
  • Personal travel insurance
  • 5% government service tax
  • Personal riding gear
  • Lunches, dinners
  • Drinks, tips, souvenirs, laundry
  • Anything not in inclusions
  • 1500 EUR security deposit for the bike

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Airport: Václav Havel Airport Prague Airport transfer included: Václav Havel Airport Prague No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

Value for money
Accommodation & facilities
Quality of activity
10 days / 9 nights
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Minimum group size

This trip requires a minimum of 8 participants


Start: Sunday September 25, 2022
End: Tuesday October 4, 2022

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