Experience the Best of French History, Culture and Food with the Memorial Motorcycle Tour
Price detail :
With your own motorcycle:
-single room € 1 145
-Double room € 1 500
-Sharing room € 1 145
BMW 1200 GS or equivalent (1000cc or over):
-single room € 3 240
-Double room € 2 490
-Sharing room € 2 940
BMW 650 GS or equivalent (under 1000cc):
-single room € 2 840
-Double room € 2 210
-Sharing room € 2 540
Price includes :
- A motorcycle
- A professional bilingual (French/English) tour guide
- Eight nights in two or three star hotels including continental breakfast
- We will also provide luggage transport with a support vehicle if there are more than 3 teams booked.
- In addition, all entry fees included on the tour to museums, parks and so on are covered, along with the welcome and farewell dinners
Not included is the price :
- flights tickets
- Other meals not mentioned usually lunch and dinner as well as drinks
- Personal expenses
- Along with this, we do not cover fuel and riding equipment such as helmets, jackets and gloves, but they are available to purchase from us at a very competitive rate.
Day 1 Arrival in Strasbourg
This is orientation day and a good time to get organized for your trip. You will meet with your guide, Laurent, who will give you the basics of the tour and answer any of your questions. This is a good time to get the hang of your bike and explore the exceptional architecture and other offerings of the city. At the end of the day, you will regroup for dinner and discuss any further questions before the trip.
Day 2 Strasbourg to Saverne
150km - 1h30 of riding
Your motorcycle tour in France begins with an easy drive of just 94 Miles (150 km) taking about 1.5 hours. One of our main themes is French Battlefield Tours. This is a day to discover the Alsace region and one of the stops will be the Struthof Concentration Camp, which was the only Nazi camp built on French Soil. After this, we will follow the ridge road until Dabo rock and also see the boat lift at St Loui, a truly impressive piece of engineering you have to see. At the end of the day, we will stay in Saverne, a historic city that was the birth place of the noble Rohan family.
Day 3 Saverne to Saarburg
300km - 2h30 of riding
This next day of driving on our motorcycle tour France is a little bit longer at 186 miles (300 KM) and takes about 2.5 hours. It is a day of many great scenic routes, but most people’s favorite is the detour through Mosel Valley. This beautiful area is also home to one of best preserved portions of the Maginot Line, which was the giant line of fortifications the French designed to protect against a German invasion. Following this, you will cruise into Germany along the river Sarre and end the day in beautiful Saaburg.
Day 4 Saaburg to Verdun
256km - 2h30 of riding
Your international tour continues as your travel from Germany to Luxembourg and back into France. Another day of medium distance driving, these 159 miles (256 km) will seem to just fly by. In Luxembourg, you will see the home of General Patton’s grave and also stop by the Mardasson Memorial, which honors the American soldiers who fought in the Battle of the Bulge. After this we will trace the river Meuse into the French city of Verdun.
Day 5 Verdun to Reims
140km - 1h30 of riding
Verdun was home to one of the biggest battles of WWI which lasted from 1916 to 1918. Here you will discover what life was link in the trenches, see Fort Douaumont and its cemetery that grew to be one the largest in Europe. After this, our motorcycle tour France, will stop at the mill of Valmy which played a major role during the French Revolution and end the day in the charming city of Reims.
Day 6 Reims to Paris
195km - 2h of riding
This day goes a little lighter on the history and a little heavier on the fun! There is no better way to start the day then touring the famous Champagne vineyards of the region. We will stop and have tasting at the best of them all: Dom Pérignon. After this bubbly beginning, we will make our way to Paris and see the City of Lights.
Day 7 Paris
By this point, you’ve earned a day off the bike! It is impossible to see Paris without taking a little rest and having the opportunity to cruise around and see the classics like the Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysées, Louvre museum, Montmartre and so much more. Not only this, our guide can provide you with some excellent tips to help you find truly excellent French food.
Day 8 Paris to Honfleur
218km - 2h15 of riding
We are back on the bike for another great day of sightseeing. We will leave Paris following the Seine, the most famous river in France, and stop at La Roche Guyon, a beautiful old town in the hills that is full of history. After this, we will take a break to see the Giverny Garden which inspired Monet’s incredible works of art. Then we will continue to meander along the Seine and until we reach the 18th harbor of Honfleur.