TTT 1993 01 De wegen van prins carnaval
Published: 19/01/2019
Diesterbaan in de Gemeente Weert.
This beautiful route follows the roads of Prince Carnival and starts, where in South Limburg, just below Maastricht in Gronsveld near the exit of the A2 motorway.
We drive via the Limburg hills to Vaals and then drive up to Midden-Limburg, where you can stop at Urpunt at junction 15 for a snack. We continue our journey and just before Roermond we turn left towards Altweerterheide, where we cross the border with Belgium and then cross it again at Hamont-Achel.
Through all these beautiful roads we drive through the Borkelsche Heide, where you can stop for a pancake lunch at the Family Suykerbuyck. You can see this restaurant at route point 43.

We continue via the Brabantse Kempen to Zundert, where you can once again stop for another snack. After the coffee the final stage of this TTT follows to Willemstad where you end the trip at "Het Wapen van Willemstad".

Because I have not driven this route (yet) myself, this route gets 3 stars.

Route details:
You pass through the places below (Namur as these are called with carnival).
Urmond: The Water Ratter
Chaam: Beanspikkerslaand
Weert: Rogstaekersstad (although the name Wieërt is used more)
Valkenburg: 't Bokkeriek
Zundert: Banaon fire extinguisher (formerly Maonblusserslaand)
Willemstad: Kakeldonk
Wijlre: 't Puimeriek
Eersel: Neighborhood hole
Rucphen: Kraaierijk
Valkenswaard: Striepersgat (A strieper is a cigar maker In Valkenswaard many cigar factories existed in the 19th century)
Startpunt, Rijksweg in Gronsveld
Eindpunt, Benedenkade in Willemstad.
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About this region
Antwerp ( (listen); Dutch: Antwerpen [ˈɑntʋɛrpə(n)] (listen); French: Anvers [ɑ̃vɛʁs] (listen)) is a city in Belgium and the capital of Antwerp province in the Flemish Region. With a population of 520,504, it is the most populous city proper in Belgium, and with a metropolitan population of around 1,200,000 people, it is the second largest metropolitan region after Brussels.Antwerp is on the River Scheldt, linked to the North Sea by the river's Westerschelde estuary. It is about 40 kilometres (25 mi) north of Brussels, and about 15 kilometres (9 mi) south of the Dutch border. The Port of Antwerp is one of the biggest in the world, ranking second in Europe and within the top 20 globally. The city is also known for its diamond industry and trade. Both economically and culturally, Antwerp is and has long been an important city in the Low Countries, especially before and during the Spanish Fury (1576) and throughout and after the subsequent Dutch Revolt. Antwerp was also the place of the world's oldest stock exchange building, originally built in 1531 and re-built in 1872.The inhabitants of Antwerp are nicknamed Sinjoren (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪɲˈjoːrə(n)]), after the Spanish honorific señor or French seigneur, "lord", referring to the Spanish noblemen who ruled the city in the 17th century. The city hosted the 1920 Summer Olympics.
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View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 1993
About this route collection
Ever since the early 90s of the last century, Promotor has been setting out the so-called Tank Bag Tours. You understand that the name still comes from the GPS-free era, when motorcyclists still searched their way on inland roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 1993 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 1993.
All routes in this collection have been checked and made the same for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app. The routes follow as much as possible the original route as it was made at the time.

In this collection you visit the following provinces:
• North Brabant
• Limburg
• Gelderland
• Overijssel
• Friesland
• North Holland
• Drenthe
• Antwerp
• Limburg (Belgium)

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