Roundtrip from Maastricht to Honsfeld
Remersdaal
Beautiful curvy route with beautiful views that start from Maastricht.
From here you cross the rolling hills and partly hollow roads to cross the Belgian border beyond Noorbeek.
At Henri-Chapelle there is a first photo moment and not much later at Limbourg a second.
The route runs along and partly around the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps via a small road with an otherwise beautiful view to our first coffee stop (nice terraces) in Stavelot.
From here we look for the East Cantons and we go around the Bütgenbach reservoir in the direction of the Hoge Venen National Park. This is the highest point in Belgium.
After Eupen comes our next photo opportunity, the high rail bridge of Moresnet and not much later the beautiful castle of Beusdaal.
After we have passed Teuven with its nice terraces we cross the border again and head towards Gulpen.
The route ends after we have driven a number of hollow roads in Berg.
This route gets 5 stars from me because it is a good mix of small and large roads with many curves, always beautiful views and sometimes through places where time seems to stand still for a long time. Beautiful photo opportunities and cozy terraces complete this 5-star story.
Remersdaal
Sippenaeken
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