from€ 3,190 Limited availability Price for: 1 person 12 days / 11 nights, Croatia Coastal Motorcycle Tour Prepare for miles and miles of nothing but the sheer blue sea on one side and the grey slopes of a mighty mountain on the other. Enjoy the absolute best coastal roads in this part of Europe combined with unforgettable scenery and cultural wonders ranging from the oldest urban settlements in the entire region. And then, head to the numerous architectural and infrastructural remains of the Roman and Austrian-Hungarian empires still witnessing the centuries of their rule. And you are at the end of your journey. Or was it the beginning? Key information Terrain: asphalt Bike: personal or rental bike (BMW or Suzuki models) Mileage: 1,860 kilometers / 1,155 miles Daily rides: 200 - 350 kilometers / 124 - 217 miles Riding gear: available to rent Meals: 11 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 11 dinners
This tour is a great way to start or finish the season. On the Adriatic coast, summer begins early and ends late. Temperatures are perfect, roads are empty, and the beaches are not packed with tourists. All this combined makes Croatia's azure coast perfect for touring. A motorcycle tour for serious riders as well as connoisseurs of culture and history, this adventure includes 2 nights in Dubrovnik and 1 in Hvar, which are worth a voyage to Europe all by themselves. This spectacular mix of coastal and mountain riding, crystal-clear seas, delicious Mediterranean food, unspoiled fishing villages, beaches, medieval walled cities, Roman ruins and lush islands make Croatia a traveler's paradise.
MITTELEUROPEAN RACE 2021: JOIN US WHERE PASSION RUNS FAST Trieste. Full speed ahead with the fifth Mitteleuropean Race, the Super Classic Regularity Competition for Historical Cars built until 1976 that will take place from 14 to 16 May 2021. “The Trieste race was brought one month forward than originally planned in the ACI Sport calendar, which was completely rescheduled in a spirit of mutual collaboration among the organizers of the events, in this specific case the 1000 Miglia race” – said Riccardo Novacco, member of the event organisation team. In addition to being a high-profile regularity racing landmark, the Mitteleuropen Race functions as an important lever for the marketing of the local area. Even during lockdown, the Mitteleuropean Race communication platforms never ceased to draw people’s attention to the world of historical cars as well as the richness of Friuli Venezia Giulia landscapes. The 8-episode talk show “Mitteleuropean Square” which was streamed live on the race’s Facebook page allowed the organisers to dialogue with institution representatives, fans of regularity races, communication experts, sponsors as well as event organisers. The team used that opportunity to build on all the suggestions, challenges and ideas that stemmed from the online discussion on the Classic racing world, and eventually the “Full speed ahead!” order came through. The 2021 Mitteleuropean Race will include two stages for a total of nearly 500 kilometres. In parallel with the regularity race, the event will include the Mitrace Tour Cup, created to please those who love tourism-inspired events. It will provide a chance for the participants to enjoy a marvellous experience to get to know the history and nature of the region. The official website www.mitteleuropeanrace.it already features all the information to register, including the new EARLY BOOKING formula offered to the crews. Such new formula guarantees a discount on the participation fees for all the enthusiasts of the sector who plan to participate in the races for historical cars. It will be valid until 15 March 2021. EARLY BOOKING includes the Super All Inclusive package at 1,800 Euros instead of 2,200 Euros. The start and finish of the fifth MItteleuropean Race will still be located in the spectacular Piazza Unità d’Italia in Trieste, which will become a reference for the fans of Classic cars thanks to the simultaneous debut of the “Concorso d’Eleganza Città di Trieste” (Elegance Competition ‘City of Trieste’) devoted to the 70 years in the history of cars from 1910 to 1980 organised by ACI Trieste in cooperation with ACI Storico and Associazione Amatori Veicoli Storici.