Garda meer Lindau Bodensee
Bijna bij de Zwitserse grens in de Alpen
This route starts at Hotel Romantica on Lake Garda.
It is the first part of the route back home. The start of the route is about 50 km over the Italian motorway. At Bergamo we leave the motorway and now the route is going to be beautiful. We drive at Vercurago along the Lago di Garlate Lake Garlate is a lake in the Italian region of Lombardy. It lies directly south of the provincial capital Lecco, just one and a half kilometers from Lake Como. Then we drive past Lago di Lecco and Lake Como. Lake Como is a lake in Lombardy. With an area of 146 km², it is the third largest of the Italian Alpine lakes and is of glacial origin. The lake is 198 meters high and has a maximum depth of 425 meters. This makes Lake Como the deepest lake in Italy. At the town of Castasegna we cross the Swiss border. Castasegna is a village and former municipality in the Swiss mountain valley Val Bregaglia and belongs to the canton Graubünden. The border village of Castasegna lies in the middle of Brentan, the largest chestnut forest in Europe. The uninhabited Val Castasegna opens to the south of the village. Here we drive a lot through the Swiss Alps. Then to drive through Liechtenstein. The Principality of Liechtenstein is a dwarf state in the middle of Europe. It is bordered by Switzerland in the west and south and Austria in the east. The mountainous country is a winter sports resort and also a tax haven. Now we drive a bit through Austria and drive along the A14 north to arrive at the Bodensee at Bregenz. A little bit along the Bodensse brings us to Lindau where our Hotel is Best Western Plus Marina Star.

When I drove this route in 2017 I saw a lot of water in both the lakes and the sky.
As if that was not enough, I ended up in the middle of a cycling lap.
That is why I rate this route with the full 5 stars a really beautiful route.
From this route I made a video that you can see through this link
Route has been modified for Garmin Here and the TomTom.
We rijden hier langs Lago di Lecco
Lago di Como
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Vorarlberg ( FOR-arl-burg, Austrian German: [foːɐ̯ˈarlbɛrk] (listen); Vorarlbergisch: Vorarlbearg, Voralbärg, or Voraadelbearg) is the westernmost state (Land) of Austria. It has the second-smallest geographical area after Vienna and, although it has the second-smallest population, it also has the second-highest population density (also after Vienna). It borders on three countries: Germany (Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg via Lake Constance), Switzerland (Grisons and St. Gallen), and Liechtenstein. The only Austrian state that shares a border with Vorarlberg is Tyrol, to the east. The capital of Vorarlberg is Bregenz (29,698 inhabitants), although Dornbirn (49,845 inhabitants) and Feldkirch (34,192 inhabitants) have larger populations. Vorarlberg is also the only state in Austria in which the local dialect is not Austro-Bavarian, but rather an Alemannic dialect; it therefore has much more in common culturally with (historically) Alemannic-speaking German-speaking Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Swabia, and Alsace than with the rest of Austria, southeastern Bavaria, and South Tyrol. Vorarlberg is to a large extent mountainous. About 37% (97,000 hectares) of its surface is forest.
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