You will start your trip in direction of Ovifat with a small detour that will take you close to the castle of Reinhardstein. You can leave your Vespa (secured by the padlock that you will be given) on one of the car parks and walk a few minutes towards the castle. A small path on the right will allow you to have another view of the castle and reach the waterfall.
Back on the road to Robertville. A little break? A stroll by the lake, a little break on the beach… Enjoy these beautiful landscapes!
Another lake? Ok let’s go ! Heading to Bütgenbach ! Enjoy the place at your best convenience!
The return trip to Malmedy will take you through the woods and will guide you for a tour in the city where you can enjoy the welcoming center of Malmedy, its shops, terraces and its magnificent architectural heritage.
It’s time to get back and we hope you enjoyed the ride!
You should be wearing long sleeves and a pair of trousers as well as adapted shoes to guarantee your security and be in line with the law.
We offer several routes that you can easily follow on your smartphone thanks to OsmAnd (app to download). You will know, before leaving, the approximate driving time and especially how long you will have to enjoy unforgettable views, comfortable terraces and other points of interest on your route.
In order to enjoy your trip as much as possible we would like to ask you a few things! Please respect places you will be riding along. Nature especially but also people living hear. You must observe traffic rules in every situation and take care of the other users.
You should be older than 23 years old further to insurance restrictions.
You should have a valid driving license. Either a A1 license or a B license (before 2011). If you got your B license after 2011 you need to follow 4 hours in a driving school before being authorized to drive a 125cc scooter.
Vespa renting in Malmedy.
Roadbooks created to let you discover our wonderful region, its gastronomy and heritage…
A la Croix Jacob 9,
Tuesday to Friday from 1.30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.