D L B Deudesfeld Muellerthal Berdorf Vianden Bittburg Deudesfeld
Published: 16/10/2019
The river Our on the border of Luxemburg and Germany
About three to four hours drive from Utrecht (via the highway) is one of the most beautiful areas to tour in Germany, the Eifel.

The Eifel offers beautiful roads through beautiful varied landscapes of forests, rolling meadows and farmlands interspersed by picturesque villages and towns. The asphalt is generally of very good quality. You will also find many castles, castles and reservoirs.

This route starts in Deudesfeld, a village in the German Eifel, but for a large part runs through Luxembourg and even a small part through Belgium. The total ride is 370 km so you are on the road all day.
The winding roads of Luxembourg lend themselves well for a weekend away by motorbike or car.

Popular destinations in the Luxembourg Ardennes are Beaufort, Vianden, Echternach, Berdorf and Larochette, some of which are also on the route. Nature is beautiful in Luxembourg and there are many historic sites, such as castles and castles, so plenty to see on the way.

One of the popular areas is the Müllerthal which is characterized by large and often erratic rocks, fairy-like forests. The many hairpin bends and the beautiful nature between the rocks make the area a popular destination for a weekend of motorcycling.

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The Hunsrück (German pronunciation: [ˈhʊnsʁʏk]) is a low mountain range in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is bounded by the river valleys of the Moselle (north), the Nahe (south), and the Rhine (east). The Hunsrück is continued by the Taunus mountains on the eastern side of the Rhine. In the north behind the Moselle it is continued by the Eifel. To the south of the Nahe is the Palatinate region. Many of the hills are no higher than 400 metres (1,300 ft) above sea level. There are several chains of much higher peaks within the Hunsrück, all bearing names of their own: the (Black Forest) Hochwald, the Idar Forest, the Soonwald, and the Bingen Forest. The highest mountain is the Erbeskopf (816 m; 2,677 ft). Notable towns located within the Hunsrück include Simmern, Kirchberg, and Idar-Oberstein, Kastellaun, and Morbach. Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is also located within the region. The climate in the Hunsrück is characterised by rainy weather, and mist rising in the morning. Slate is still mined in the mountains. Since 2010, the region has become one of Germany's major onshore wind power regions, with major wind farms located near Ellern and Kirchberg. Nature-based tourism has increased in recent years and in 2015, a new national park was inaugurated. Culturally, the region is best known for its Hunsrückisch dialect and through depictions in the Heimat film series. The region experienced significant emigration in the mid-19th century, particularly to Brazil.
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