TOP destinations in Europe for motorcycle tours

A great diversity of coastlines, lowlands and mountains is what connects these countries giving you a unique motorcycling experience and an unforgettable vacation. A brief overview of our destination countries will give you a better look on just how extraordinary they are.

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Our beautiful Croatia

The land with more than a thousand islands

Did you know that Croatia ranks as one of the top five tourist destinations in Europe? Yes it does, and there are numerous reasons for that. The beauty of our country lies in its magical nature, crystal clear Adriatic sea and rich heritage, just to name a few. A total of 8 National Parks, 11 Nature Parks, UNESCO World Heritage sites, stunning coastal road, and much more to ensure you have a perfect holiday and an unforgettable experience exploring this country.

Gastronomy

Where nature is beautiful, the food is delicious. Croatia is also known as a land of exquisite cuisine and some of the top selected wines in the world which have been cultivated for centuries. Depending on which part of the country you visit, you can have a taste of popular local specialties such as sheep cheese, Slavonian kulen, roast turkey or lamb, truffles, or excellent fish and sea food specialties like squid, octopus, shrimp, lobster, etc. You can enrich your experience with a wide selection of fine Croatian wines such as Babic, Malvasia, Plavac, Traminac and many more.

  • Capital city: Zagreb
  • Population: 4.290.612
  • Land area:56,594 square kilometers
  • Official language: Croatian
  • National currency: Kuna, divided into 100 Lipa
  • Money exchange: Banks, exchange offices, post offices etc.
  • Credit cards: Eurocard / Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Diners almost everywhere
  • Time zone: GMT +1
  • Electric current: 220 V, frequency 50Hz
  • Visa requirements: A valid passport is required. Tourists from most countries (EU, USA) do not need visa.
  • Coastline length: 1,880 km (1168 miles)
  • Highest mountain: Dinara, 1,831 m above sea level

Our guided motorcycle tours through Croatia:

Green Bosnia and Herzegovina

Traditional country with a modern appeal

Bosnia and Herzegovina is our neighboring country and it sure is something special. Its beauty lies in its cultural diversity, in the mix of new and old, and also in its beautiful mountain landscape and unspoilt nature. Throughout the country, there are numerous attractions which will satisfy everyone's taste. Among many, the popular ones are definitely Bascarsija (Sarajevo's old city center known for its Catholic and Orthodox churches and mosques standing side by side), City of Mostar and its Old Bridge, National Park Sutjeska, Medjugorje (one of the largest Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world), Veliko Plivsko Lake area and many more. Following its turbulent history the country started to show its best and most beautiful. Year after year the number of tourists grew and Bosnia and Herzegovina became a popular tourist destination in this part of Europe. Sarajevo is the capital and it’s really one of a kind city that will fascinate you with its beauty, and despite the past, it is now one of the safest cities in the region.

Gastronomy

If you’re not a vegetarian and you find yourself hungry in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you’ll probably feel very happy when you discover their delicious meat based cuisine. There are several specialties that you mustn’t miss, “burek” for breakfast and “cevapi” for lunch are definitely two of them. After a long ride or a walk you can relax in one of the café bars and enjoy the traditional cup of coffee called “bosanska kafa”(meaning “bosnian caffee”). Coffee is served with sugar cubes and often with “rahatlokum”, a traditional Turkish delight. Not a coffee lover? Then you can enjoy a traditional cup of organic grown herbal tea. Rest assured that you won’t leave this country with an empty stomach.

  • Capital city: Sarajevo
  • Population: around 4.000,000
  • Land area: 51.129 square kilometers
  • Official language: Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian
  • National currency: Marka, divided into 100 pfening
  • Money exchange: Banks, exchange offices, post offices etc.
  • Credit cards: Eurocard / Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Diners almost everywhere
  • Time zone: GMT +1
  • Electric current: 220 V, frequency 50Hz
  • Visa requirements: A valid passport is required. Tourists from most countries (EU, USA) do not need visa.
  • Coastline length: 21 km (13 miles)
  • Highest mountain: Maglic, 2386 m

Our guided motorcycle tours through Bosnia:

Mountainous Montenegro

Enter the wild mountains and canyons of Montenegro

For a motorcycle lover Montenegro means adventure. Canyons like Tara River Canyon (the deepest canyon in Europe, second deepest in the World!) with its phenomenal emerald color, National Parks like Biogradska Gora with its primeval forest, gorgeous Lake Skadar, bay of Kotor and mountain peaks of Durmitor mountain are just the tip of the iceberg, and you’ll see how much more Montenegro has to offer while having the most exciting ride.

What's all the fuss about?

Montenegro is one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations, and you couldn’t pick a better time to visit the country. As its popularity booms the new roads are being built, accommodation offers are getting bigger, and the summer atmosphere is getting hotter. We give you an opportunity to see its progress and to enjoy its stunning beauty, so feel free to ride through and see what's all the fuss about.

  • Capital city: Podgorica
  • Population: 662,000
  • Land area:13,812 square kilometers
  • Official language: Montenegrin
  • National currency: Euro, divided into 100 Cents
  • Money exchange: Banks, exchange offices, post offices etc.
  • Credit cards: Eurocard / Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Diners almost everywhere
  • Time zone: GMT +1
  • Electric current: 220 V, frequency 50Hz
  • Visa requirements: A valid passport is required. Tourists from most countries (EU, USA) do not need visa.
  • Coastline length: 293 km (182 miles)
  • Highest mountain: 2.522 (Durmitor, Bobotov kuk)

Our guided motorcycle tours through Montenegro: