How to get to the Hessentag: by motorbike

Motorbike - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / warrengoldswainGetting to the Hessentag in Oberursel by motorbike is going to similar to getting there by car – with one major exception.  There are special parking spaces set up for motorbikes.

These are located next to the main car parks, at An den Drei Hasen and just outside Bommersheim, and the good news for bikers is that these are free! I could find this information on the official homepage, but it was confirmed to me by the Hessentag travel office in the Rathaus today.

Of course, that does mean that anyone coming by motorbike will have to buy their own ticket if they intend to use the public transport to get around the town during the event.

And the rule only applies to the special parking areas for motorbikes – bikes that are parked in the main car parks will still be subject to the €5 parking charge.



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