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Mario Koch

From Germany to the World

As a former film producer, Mario knows how to put on a great show—with you the star, of course. As a former journalist, he stops at nothing to get the information he needs. And as a former sous-chef in a world-class resto? Let’s just say he knows where all the great chefs are. Want a taste?

Regions of Expertise

  • AUSTRIA
  • GERMANY
  • CZECH REPUBLIC
  • HUNGARY
  • NETHERLANDS

NEED TO KNOW

  • Learned to speak Bahasa (Indonesian) as a journalist for the Jakarta Post
  • Spends his free time hiking around Europe and exploring the world in his 1989 Volkswagen bus
  • When he's not planning B&R trips, he's guiding them. Lucky you if you get him both ways!
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Cruising down the Donauradweg (Danube Bike Path) reveals some of the most orderly and picturesque towns you’ll ever get to ride, hugged by terraces of vineyards and orchards in every direction.

Mario's Trip Collection

Accolades

Crossing four countries by bike (through the mountains no less) is no easy task to organize. Hats off to Mario who pulled it off seamlessly!

— Brock Smith

We wanted to do a self-guided journey but have just a bit of hand-holding along the way. With Mario, we were able to plan a trip where we felt independent and pampered at the same time.

— Jim Murphy

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