One trip - several countries
Want to see and experience more of the world? Visit 3 countries in just one trip! Take the DFDS ferry to Kiel and explore the northern part of Germany. After that, head to Denmark and reach South Sweden by crossing the impressive Oresund Bridge - you'll get 50% off the bridge ticket for travelling with DFDS.
Traveling with DFDS is also convenient for those who plan routes in Western Europe and go to Holland, Belgium, France or even England! After a long and exciting trip, relax on the ferry and reach Lithuania well rested.
Germany by motorcycle
Germany is a popular destination for all European motorcyclists. There are many different routes to choose from in Germany, from wide motorways to narrow mountain roads. The Germans also like to travel by motorbikes, so when traveling in this country you're sure to meet many like-minded people to share your travel experience, ideas and tips with. Quiet towns, noisy metropolitan areas, and scenic landscapes - all this and more while traveling on your motorcycle in Germany!
While travelling in northern Germany, you will find numerous nature corners, important historical sites and cosy towns and cities.
For true nature lovers, we offer the chance to explore the coasts of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, go to the Jasmund National Park on the island of Rügen famous for its snow-white limestone coast and visit the UNESCO-protected flood and tidal area at the Wadden Sea National Park.
Don't miss the opportunity to visit the three most important cities of the Hanseatic League, Bremen, Hamburg and Lübeck, when visiting North Germany.
You can't leave Germany without paying a visit to beautiful Hamburg. From the Middle Ages, Hamburg has retained its name as the most important and largest German trade port. And although this city stands out for its greatness, it still has many cosy corners to visit.
You can feel the authentic atmosphere of Hamburg by visiting the famous Fish Market and spend time in one of the marina bars.
Hamburg is also famous for its nightlife, so don't miss the chance to take part in regular events and parties!
In many European countries, lane splitting - passing between two rows of slow moving or stopped vehicles - is allowed. In Germany, lane splitting is against the law.
If you are spotted lane splitting, you can be sure to pick up a fine. What’s more, German motorists are known for actively trying to prevent motorcyclists from lane splitting.