Tour of the Alps near Schönberg
The municipality of Schönberg im Stubaital is located directly on the popular Brennerstraße B182 route, the old Roman road. And as the picturesque, and technically demanding route on the Brenner is a must for every motorbike tour of the Alps, Schönberg has nice motorbike hotels for a pleasant break.
The old Brennerstraße, like the A13 Brenner motorway, also goes through the Brenner Pass at 1,374m linking North and South Tyrol. Motorcyclists prefer the old Brennerstraße because of its unique views and diverse winding route.
If you want to have a break on the way, you can find the right accommodation in Schönberg im Stubaital – even as a spontaneous choice and just for one night. Staying in a nice motorbike hotel right on the Brenner motorway in Schönberg is uncomplicated. Some of the motorbike hotels also offer free-of-charge, covered parking spaces for motorcyclists.
After a relaxing night and a delicious breakfast you can continue your motorbike tour of the Alps refreshed.
The Brennerstraße starts at the Graßmayr junction in Innsbruck, and then heads south over the Bridge of Europe. Here the route passes through many small towns and villages, with Schönberg im Stubaital leading the way, until Sterzing (Vipiteno) and Brixen (Bressanone) in the Eisacktal, South Tyrol. From here the motorcyclist can continue further to the Penser Joch or the Jaufenpass.
Alternatively the smaller L38 route can be taken, on the other side of Wipptal, leading from Ampass via Lans and Patsch to Pfons. Just before Matrei am Brenner you rejoin the main road.