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Go On Tour With European Touring Route
With 12,638 kilometers (7852 miles) of country roads from Nordkapp to Cadiz, the European Touring Route leads the motorcycle tourist through wild scenery, along unspoiled and rugged coastlines, through breathtaking mountain ranges and over fertile rural landscapes, with interesting locations and ETR Sites, hotels, attractions, and places to visit along the way.
European Touring Route engages and inspires motorcycle tourists from all over the world, to explore the countries of Europe, and experience the diversity of interesting activities that Europe has to offer.
The route is designed to breathe new life into rural areas in each country, with a focus on rural towns and villages, secluded mountain and coastal areas, where locals can sell their produce, products and services to tourists using the ETR Route.
For motorcycle tourists, Europe has vast stretches of long winding hairpins, sections with many switchbacks, great coastal roads, mountain tunnels, spectacular bridges, and some of the most breathtaking mountain passes in the world. ETR ties all of those together, into one large route.
ETR is for everyone – Motorcyclists, Car tourists, Camper Vans, Bicycles, Pilgrims, Walkers, Hikers, and all other types of 2, 3 and 4-wheeled tourists. If you’re a fan of great roads and scenic locations, then you’ll enjoy ETR.
ETR encourages and promotes tourism, history, culture, geography, gastronomy, experiences, attractions, shopping, wellness, and brings the traveler to national parks, rural villages, castles, museums, viewpoints, exhibitions, events, hotels, restaurants, bars, and great café’s.
From Nordkapp to Cadiz, the road connects the many different cultures, peoples, landscapes, languages and customs, that are just waiting to be discovered and experienced, by millions of motorcycle travelers.
If you want to learn more about European Touring Route, visit www.europeantouringroute.com