Route 66​    28.995,-

23. June - 8. July 2018 - 16 days.

22. June - 7. July 2019 - 16 days. ​

Get your kicks on Route 66!

​"The Mother Road" is also the name of the legendary Route 66 and it's not just a road but a term.

The route, which runs from Chicago to Los Angeles, is described in several movies and numerous songs and books have been written about the first road that connected East and West.

Today Route 66 is a mix of nostalgia, history, culture, old and new asphalt. We have made the ultimate trip that follows the legendary route, which for many is the illegitimate trip across the United States.

Our guide is probably the industry's most experienced Route 66 guide, making our Route 66 tour follow as much of the original trip as possible. Over the years, he has discovered the most exciting places and attractions on the route, which we obviously stop.

At the same time we make the most of the most obvious and exciting destinations that are close to the route.

We drive in the states of Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and California.


   Motorcycle Driver: 28.995,-

   Passenger: 19.500,-
   Single supplement: 6.000,-

Included in the price are the following:

  • Return trip.
  • Motorcycle incl. comprehensive insurance

  • Free km and loan of steering wheel.

  • Hotel - shared double room

  • Breakfast - Inclusive.

  • Daily tour descriptions.

  • USA card.

  • Motorcycle Travel Guide.

  • Travel guide in the foothills

  • Follow-up bag for luggage and the like
  • Free water and soda in a cool box in the foothills

  • Transport from / to airports in the United States.

  • Airport taxes.

  • Contribution to travel guarantee fund.

  • Information meeting in Denmark before the trip.

  • Mandatory Fees and Fees.

Not included in the price are as follows:

  • Personal insurance.

  • Entries

  • All other meals in addition to breakfast.

  • Petrol and oil.

  • Tips

Subject to changes in the program and times, please see our travel regulations.

Day 1: Denmark - Chicago, Illinois.

The guides from Viking Motorcycle Tours take you to Chicago Airport, and drive you to our hotel. We hold a brief info meeting, and then relaxation and possibly a bite to eat before the quilts call.

Day 2: Chicago, Illinois.

We are going to sightseeing in Chicago "The Windy City", as the city is also called, especially because of the strong wind from Lake Michigan, which often sneaks through the impressive highlands of Downtown. We go on a walk, including Sears Tower (527m), Navy Pier, Michigan Avenue (The Magnificent Mile) and Grant Park, where we will see the start of Route 66.

Day 3: Chicago, Illinois - Springfield, Illinois

We start the day picking up our motorcycles from the landlord, then we follow through the huge urban area that Chicago makes up. We will make a stop at some of the first Route 66 attractions on the way to Lincoln's birthplace Springfield, the capital of the state of Illinois where we stay overnight. We'll be coming. past Route 66 coffee shop, Ariston Cafe in Litchfield, and Sinclair petrol station in Odell. We grab a good cup of afternoon coffee in the cozy city of Atlanta before we arrive in Springfield.

Day 4: Springfield, Illinois - St. Roberts, Missouri

We continue through the state of Illinois, with the endless cornfields, reaching the city of St. Louis. We are going to see the famous bridge Chains of Rocks Bridge, which has transported the Mississippi River. It is most famous for its crack in the middle of the bridge, and was about to rust completely, but has now been repaired and is open to pedestrians. Then we will see St. Louis's landmark - the 192-meter-tall "The Arch" - a giant steel arch, called the gateway to the west and is beautifully located down to the Mississippi River. We have now driven into the state of Missouri and drive through beautifully hilly countryside, where we end the day driving to the Devils Elbow, a beautiful natural area, with an old bridge over a river swing. We spend the night in the city of St. Roberts.

Day 5: St. Roberts, Missouri - Tulsa, Oklahoma

We continue on through gentle hills and beautiful scenery in Missouri to Joplin and beyond on the short distance of Route 66, located in Kansas. We stop in Galina before the trip continues into the state of Oklahoma, where we rarely drive on Old Route 66. We visit Route 66 labeled "The Blue Whale" at the city of Tulsa where we spend the night.

Day 6: Tulsa, Oklahoma - Amarillo, Texas

We leave Tulsa and drive to another Route 66 landmark, "The Round Barn" in Arcadia. Then we drive through Oklahoma City and onto the prairie to the city of Clinton. In Clinton there is the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum. This museum tells you the best and probably most comprehensive Route 66 history of the many found on the route. We continue through several nice and almost extinct Route 66 cities and into the state of Texas. We finish the day at The Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo where we spend the night. The Big Texan is famous for its 72 ounce steak with accessories that are free if you can eat the menu in under an hour. The record is 4 minutes and 18 seconds, you must see if you can beat.

Day 7: Amarillo, Texas - Santa Fe, New Mexico

The day starts with a visit to the artwork "The Cadillac Ranch", which is 10 half-grafted Cadillacs. We continue beyond the prairie and stop in Adrian, where we visit "The Midpoint Cafe" located at the midst of start and finish on Route 66, ie midway between Chicago and Los Angeles. We arrive in New Mexico and Tucumcari. The city is known for its many ancient characteristic Route 66 motels. We drive from Tucumcari, via Montoya, Newkirk and Cuervo. Following the city of Santa Rosa, we follow the original Route 66 route and into the mountains to Santa Fe, where we have 2 nights.

Day 8: Santa Fe

Day off in the Mexican and Spanish-inspired city of Santa Fe, which is also the capital of the state of New Mexico. The town is incredibly beautiful and well-preserved, one can see, among other things, the beautiful Catedral and the United States oldest house. The city is also highly influenced by Indians living in this area. There will also be the opportunity for a beautiful drive up the Rocky Moutain mountains around the town of Taos, if not you instead of opting for a relaxing day by the pool.

Day 9: Santa Fe, New Mexico - Holbrook, Arizona

We continue through Albuquerque and several of the small nice Route 66 cities to Gallup where we will visit an old exciting hotel where many famous movie stars have stayed when they recorded the old westerns. We continue into the state of Arizona, offering some of the greatest experiences on the trip. We drive into the desert called Painted Desert, which is known for its many beautiful colors, hence the name. We continue into the Petrified Forest National Park, which is a fossilized forest dating back to 225 million years back in time. Everywhere there are scattered stony woods. We drive to Western City Holbrook, known for Wigwam Village, a motel with concrete tippier.

Day 10: Holbrook, Arizona - Williams, Arizona

The first stop on today's trip will be in the city of Winslow, and on to Route 66 City Flagstaff. Then we drive up to one of the trip's absolute highlights, the Grand Canyon. We will drive along the edge of this amazing natural phenomenon, and there are several stops along the way before we drive to the airport at the Grand Canyon. Here you have the opportunity to go on a 1/2 hour helicopter trip in addition to this amazing scenery (price approx. 200 $). We overnight in the cozy Route 66 by Williams.

Day 11: Williams, Arizona - Las Vegas, Nevada

We drive down from the heights to Las Vegas. Along the way, we drive on one of the longest sections of well-preserved Route 66, where we visit the city of Seligman and pass the Hackberry General Store, one of the most photographed Route 66 locations at all. We continue on to the impressive dam Hoover Dam, which supplies electricity to the Las Vegas Casino where we have 2 nights. Our hotel is Downtown Las Vegas and is one of the city's many amazing casinos.

Day 12: Las Vegas

Day off in Las Vegas. We recommend a trip on The Strip, or a trip on Freemont Street. You can also visit one of the city's impressive shopping outlets. The possibilities are many in this amazing city. You can also choose to spend the day relaxing by the hotel's delicious pool area.

Day 13: Las Vegas, Nevada - Barstow, California

This day offers long pieces of the original Route 66. We drive from Las Vegas to Kingman, and on Route 66 to the old mining town of Oatman. Here the donkeys go free around the city. We drive into the last state of the trip, California and on to the city of Needles on the banks of the Colorado River. Then we drive a long way past the old Route 66 through the Mojave desert to Barstow where we stay overnight. One day we will not freeze.

Day 14: Barstow, California - Los Angeles, California

We continue from Barstow off Route 66 until we reach the huge city area of ​​Los Angeles. Here we drive through the city to Santa Monica Pier, where Route 66 officially ends. We eat at Pieren, where we will be able to dip the toes in the Pacific before we drive to the landlord and deliver our motorcycles. Then we arrange for transportation to our hotel. We finish the day with a nice dinner together.

Day 15: Los Angeles, California - Denmark.

Departure day from Los Angeles. After departure, we go sightseeing or shopping. We drive together to the airport and hope for a good trip home.

Day 16: Denmark.

Arriving in Denmark with goodbye, and hope to see you again on one of Viking Motorcycle Tours amazing motorcycle trips.

On this trip you can choose to drive on one of these motorcycles. If you have any other wishes please send us an email.

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