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Route collections
The route collections by MyRoute-app are collections of multiple routes that belong to each other and checked by MRA RouteXperts. All routes are identical for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation.
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18.94
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View route collection Tongeren Triple
About this route collection
The "Tongeren Triple" routecollection is a collection of three routes that brings you to three (very) interesting area's close by Tongeren, the oldest town of Belgium. One goes deep into the Ardennes and shows you - amongst other interesting places - the most famous and highest waterfalls in Belgium. The other tour delivers a taste of the German Eifel and that will leave you with the feeling to get more... The third one out of this trilogy shows you the beautiful province of Dutch Limburg & drives you through the valley of the Meuse river.

The routes in this trilogy are all very exciting and are running over excellent roads. But, the routes require nevertheless some technical skills and are even tyring for experienced drivers, so please do take care of the newbies if they join you on these tours. Mind the level of 'fatigue', also with yourself.

This collection was build after driving these routes and experiencing ourselves the beauty of all areas, together with the road quality. The three routes represent our favorite areas to play around with our motorcycles. Water, hills, woods, history,... all is presented to you in a way you will never forget. Honestly, we doubt it that you will drive these routes only once. The chance of you repeating those routes is (as with us) pretty realistic.

Enjoy the tours!
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Routes
759.29
Kilometers
15.76
Hours
View route collection Saarland at its best
About this route collection
Saarland is not very well known among motorcyclists and that is unjustified. It is a separate federal state from Germany, bordering France at Alsace (also known as the Lorraine) and North Vosges and Luxembourg. Not far away and still a lot to do. The problem, I think, is that the area is partly industrial and partly strongly shaped by the eternal struggle between France and Germany.

The landscape, culture and roads are very rewarding. There is a lot of natural beauty to see and experience, such as a tree crown walking path. Idar-Oberstein and its surroundings are also very worthwhile, especially because of the gems that are excavated here. The Saarschleife is famous: a large round bend in the Saar that you can view from above: spectacular! Saarburg is nearby: a historic city with a castle, a deep river and a nice center. Touristy. Then there is Sarreguemines, formally now French, but on the border with Germany. Also a very beautiful town with a lot of history. Saarbrücken is less beautiful, but also worth a visit.

If you are looking for (war) culture, you can indulge yourself here. Many remains can be found from the Middle Ages (castles, ruins, city gates), from the First World War (Ligne Maginot, which was built between the two world wars) and from the Second World War (especially many honorary cemeteries and monuments).

The cooking culture here is famous for its flammkuchen: a kind of thin pizza with a lot of meat and cheese on it. Enough fat to keep you going for the rest of the day ...

Industry is also worth seeing. At Völklingen, an old iron smelter has been transformed into a cultural center with many performances and exhibitions. In the vicinity there are mining museums on both the German and French sides.

These three routes take you everywhere, except the Saarscheilfe and Saarburg. You can easily visit it on the way there (or back).

The routes start at the Hotel Mühlenthal, Bachtalstraße 214, 66773 Schwalbach. A nice little family hotel in a quiet place not too far from Saarlouis.

Lots of fun!
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867.04
Kilometers
23.01
Hours
View route collection The ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2020
About this route collection
Since the early nineties of the last century, Promotor has been setting up the so-called Tank Bag Tours. You understand that the name dates back to the GPS-less era, when motorcyclists still searched their way on back roads with a roadbook in their tank bag or route roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2020 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2020.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a MyRoute-app RouteXpert. The routes follow the original route as it was created at the time as much as possible.

In this collection you will visit the following countries and provinces:
 Drenthe
 Overijssel
 North Holland
 Groningen
 North Brabant
 Utrecht
 Gelderland
 North Rhine Westphalia (D)
 Lower Saxony (D)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the selected route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).
3
Routes
633.98
Kilometers
15.55
Hours
View route collection Three-day Eifel trip
About this route collection
The route collection 'Driedaagse Eifel Trip' is a mini-trip to the Eifel in Germany in which both the arrival and departure are part of the combined route pleasure.

The first route 'Tienen-Rurberg' is already a winding track, where attention is also paid to the beauty of the region. There are plenty of rest points and, if desired, some tourist stops. The route is certainly suitable for the novice motorcyclist and for people who would like to pay some attention to, for example, a tourist attraction.

The three-day starts and ends in sugar city Tienen. Shortly after departure, you will already dive into the Walloon region. Interesting to know is that the speed limits have been set differently there. 90 km / h is allowed outside the village and city centers, unless of course indicated otherwise.

On route 1 you cross various, but very important rivers for the Walloon country, the Maas, the Ourthe, the Amblève…, they all slide under your wheels.
An important place you will pass on route 1 is 'Spa', the village where the famous water comes from. You can visit one or more sources here without obligation. After Spa, pleasant roads take you further to the Rursee where you can spend the night during this mini-trip.

The second stage, '60 bends in the Eifel ', is a dream of a ride and a very technical, 167 km long route in which 60 hairpin bends become your part in this fascinating, beautiful region. Immediately after starting the route, the first pins will appear and this will remain so until the end of the route.
Nice long stretches on a particularly good road connect nicely with the curves that will put your driving skills to the test.

Besides the fact that you can visit some highlights such as Monschau or Vogelsang, you can also flirt a number of times with the Belgian-German border and you can also visit the - in circles very well known - biker café 'Biker Ranch' where you can experience German cuisine up close if you wish.
Finally, the 60 pins will take you back to Rurberg where a good night's sleep will be welcome to prepare you for the intensive return of this three-day trip.

The return ride from Rurberg to Tienen is a long (263 km), but very enjoyable ride, almost exclusively on local regional roads. The ride takes you past the lakes of Butgenbach & Robertville and famous places such as Elsenborn, Malmédy, Signal de Botrange, Baraque Michel and Elsenborn. All this while driving through the beautiful High Fens, a nature reserve that is unparalleled in the Ardennes.
You will also pass the beautiful Limburg hills and, if you wish, you can visit the three-country point of Vaals.

This three day trip is easy to do and Rurberg is not deep in Germany. It offers more than enough technicality and - for those who also want something different - there is not only enough diversity to be found in Rurberg and the surrounding area, but also on the routes themselves. So something for everyone!

That is why this short, but nevertheless very nice three-day trip is highly recommended for every type of motorcyclist!
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2109.76
Kilometers
42.89
Hours
View route collection Tour around Switzerland
About this route collection
The Alps, a mountain range in Europe stretching from the French Mediterranean coast in the southwest to the Pannonian plain in the east, almost always guarantee beautiful routes. It can hardly be boring there. The many passes, views and variations in the landscape make the Alps a true motorcycle paradise.
Switzerland is central to this paradise and is surrounded on all sides by countries where it is beautiful steering on fantastic roads.
The 7 routes of this collection lead you around Switzerland, of course this beautiful country itself is also visited. You will pass through beautiful areas such as the Alps, the French and Swiss Jura and the Black Forest.

A few attractions are discussed per route in the review. These often tell something about the history of the area in which you are driving. So educational. Many places have also been indicated where you can find some entertainment, such as a toboggan run. You are completely free to visit these sights, you can of course also determine your own interesting points.
But the most important thing you've probably traveled to this area for is simply driving. And as mentioned above, you are in a true motorcycle paradise where the steering is fantastic!

Each route ends at a hotel (except the last one which ends at the train station in Innsbruck). It is of course not an obligation to use these hotels, you can always find another place to stay in the area, you are completely free. However, my experience is that they are all simple but good hotels for a very reasonable price. They are known and can be booked via booking.com.

The routes of these collections:

R01 - Innsbruck to Chiuro, 301km
R02 - Chiuro to Brig, 279km
R03 - Brig to Bourg Saint Maurice, 288km
R04 - Bourg St Maurice to St Etienne de Cuines, 307km
R05 - St Etienne de Cuines to Metabief, 295km
R06 - Metabief to Fuerstenberg, 305km
R07 - Fuerstenberg to Innsbruck, 335km

Have fun riding these routes!
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Routes
1361.1
Kilometers
25.67
Hours
View route collection Midweek Schonach im Schwarzwald
About this route collection
The Black Forest (German: Schwarzwald) - the largest low mountain range in Germany - is a densely forested area in southwestern Germany, located in the state of Baden-Württemberg, on the Rhine and on the French border.

With an area of almost 10,000 km2 and altitudes up to 1500m, beautiful roads must be built. And it is! This route covers part of it.

This route collection includes 5 routes that lead to every corner of the Black Forest, from Baden-Baden to Sankt Blasien. Beautiful views, beautiful curves and endless forests pass you by while driving the routes.

Have fun driving these routes!
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2502.54
Kilometers
58.95
Hours
View route collection Tour Poland Slovakia and the Czech Republic
About this route collection
This collection of routes is based on a 3-week vacation that I rode with my partner in June 2018.

The journey goes through Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and a piece of Germany. In total there are 11 driving days, a combination of touristic tours and routes from A to B. All routes avoid the highway and go exclusively on the smaller roads, which makes it a beautiful and varied journey.

Along the way you regularly come across sights, where you can stop to look around. These vary from beautiful viewpoints, to museums and special buildings. You also visit various national nature parks along the way, such as the Tatra Mountains, the Giant Mountains, Eagle Mountains, Krkonoše and Bohemian Switzerland. Because the overnight places are often also located in these areas, you can alternate the driving days with days with wonderful hiking trips.

If you only want to ride a motorcycle, then this collection can also be done in 2 weeks (including a return trip from the Netherlands).

The routes themselves can be challenging from time to time, particularly because the quality of the road surface in Eastern Europe - especially on the small country roads - is not always good. In June 2018 all routes were on paved roads.
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Routes
848.04
Kilometers
23.47
Hours
View route collection The Promoter Tank Bag Tours TTT 2019
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2019 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2019.

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 countries and provinces:
 North Holland
 South Holland
 Gelderland
 Overijssel
 Limburg
 Friesland
 North Brabant
 Antwerp (B)
 Limburg (B)
 North Rhine Westphalia (D)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).
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Routes
901.6
Kilometers
25.28
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2018
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2018 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2018.

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 countries and provinces:
 North Holland
 South Holland
 Drenthe
 Gelderland
 Overijssel
 Limburg
 Friesland
 Zeeland
 Liège (B)
 Wallonia (B)
 North Rhine Westphalia (D)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands and Belgium have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).
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621.78
Kilometers
13.19
Hours
View route collection Route collection MRA NAVIGATION GRAND TOUR 2019
About this route collection
MRA NAVIGATION GRAND TOUR 2019 in short:
From 2019, MyRoute-app organizes every year the "MyRoute-app Navigation Grand Tour" exclusively for MyRoute-app Navigation users. During the Grand Tour you drive 4 routes during the calendar year. A few commands are included in each route. Participants who capture all 4 tracks via MyRoute-app Navigation have the chance to win a great prize. In 2019 we had chosen the 2nd World War as the theme for the 4 routes.

The routes and the assignments:
As mentioned, the theme of 2019 was the 2nd World War. A loaded theme, you are confronted with the dual nature of humanity; the willingness to kill for an ideology, we are better than them, cruelty, slaughter, but also heroism and sacrifices, would it ever change? I myself am very interested in world history, I have even studied it for a year at the university and certainly the 1st and 2nd world war have my interest. So it was no task to put together the routes, drive yourself and come up with the assignments.

Have fun driving these beautiful and interesting routes with a loaded theme!
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Routes
1023.59
Kilometers
24.99
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2017
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 2017 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2017.

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 countries and provinces:
 North Holland
 North Brabant
 South Holland
 Drenthe
 Gelderland
 Overijssel
 Limburg
 Groningen
 Zeeland
 Utrecht
 Flevoland
 Liège (B)
 Wallonia (B)
 Rhineland Palatinate (D)
 North Rhine Westphalia (D)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands, Belgium & Germany have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).
7
Routes
986.79
Kilometers
24.41
Hours
View route collection The ANWB Pro Motor TTT of 2016
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 2016 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2016.

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 countries and provinces:
 North Holland
 North Brabant
 South Holland
 Drenthe
 Gelderland
 Overijssel
 Limburg
 Liège (B)
 Wallonia (B)
 Antwerp (B)
 Luxembourg (LU)
 Rhineland Palatinate (D)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer.
Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).
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Routes
1022.57
Kilometers
26.78
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2015
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 2015 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2015.

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 countries and provinces:
 North Holland
 North Brabant
 South Holland
 Drenthe
 Gelderland
 Limburg
 Liège (B)
 Wallonia (B)
 North Rhine Westphalia (D)
 Rhineland Palatinate (D)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).
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Routes
915.61
Kilometers
23.62
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor TankBag Tours of 2014
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 2014 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2014.

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 countries and provinces:
 North Holland
 Overijssel
 North Brabant
 South Holland
 Drenthe
 Groningen
 Utrecht
 Gelderland
 Friesland
 Limburg
 Liège (B)
 Wallonia (B)
 Belgian Limburg (B)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).

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Routes
3251.6
Kilometers
61.77
Hours
View route collection 11 day trip from the Netherlands
About this route collection
8 countries in 11 days; The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Belgium. This route collections consists of 10 routes that I have driven with friends in the summer of 2019.

The start is in Geldermalsen Netherlands, the first 7 days you drive through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France and a piece of Luxembourg with overnight stays in hotels.

The last three days you stay in Barweiler (D) in the Eifel and you drive two beautiful tours through the Eifel, Luxembourg and parts of the Belgian Ardennes.

There is no highway in the routes, only beautiful provincial and country roads, many beautiful passes with beautiful panoramas.

Be sure to check whether the passes are open before you leave.

These are routes for experienced drivers.
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Routes
724.57
Kilometers
14.19
Hours
View route collection Three-day weekend in the Moselle
About this route collection
The Moselle is a well-known and loved place for most Dutch motorcyclists. Not too far from home, you will find a beautiful nature reserve with wonderfully winding roads, beautiful views and delicious German food, wine and beer. And because it is so close, it is often also the first experience abroad for the novice motorcyclist. The roads offer enough space to practice your cornering technique well.
This collection is therefore made for this. The routes offer sufficient challenge for the novice motorcyclist, but also a lot of driving pleasure for the more experienced pilot. Are you going on a long weekend (3 days) with a group of motorcyclists on the road, with varying levels of experience, then this set of routes is a good option.
The collection consists of 3 rides that lead you through the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. You drive through the Eifel, Moselle and Hunsrück. Sometimes on fast through roads, then again on small winding country roads. As a result, the routes offer enough variety, also due to a number of interesting viewpoints and places to visit.
Have fun driving the routes and especially share your feedback with afterwards!
FYI: the routes have been checked and made the same for Garmin, TomTom and MyRoute-app Navigation users.
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Routes
787.7
Kilometers
22.22
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2013
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 2013 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2013.

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 countries and provinces:
 Gelderland
 Overijssel
 North Brabant
 South Holland
 Drenthe
 Groningen
 Utrecht
 Zeeland
 East Flanders (B)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

I would like to hear your findings about the route (s).
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Routes
7726.89
Kilometers
162.75
Hours
View route collection The 24 Most Beautiful Alps Routes
About this route collection
The Alps, the Alps are a mountain range in Europe, stretching from the French Mediterranean coast in the southwest to the Pannonian plain in the east. The area of the mountains is more than 200,000 km².

In other words Passes and Mountain roads!

Driving through the mountains is great! Certainly over the mountain passes with hairpin bends and narrow winding roads. Every turn a different view where you can enjoy. There are many beautiful mountain passes in the Alps.

A selection that is also processed in these routes:
The Stleviopas:
The Stelvio Pass, also known as Passo dello Stelvio, is best known for the stage in the Giro d'Italia. In cycling, this pass is seen as one of the toughest tests due to the length and the difference in height. The Stelviopas reaches a maximum height of 2758 meters and is therefore one of the highest in the Alps. Bormio and Prato Allo Stelvio are connected to the pass. The pass is closed in winter due to heavy snowfall.

The Reschen pass:
The Reschen Pass, also known as Passo di Resia, connects the Austrian state of Tyrol with the Italian province of South Tyrol. The pass reaches a maximum height of 1504 meters and has been one of the most important north-south connections in the Alps in recent centuries. The pass was used well before Roman times. Along the way you pass multiple highlights and historical remains. One of the highlights is the Reschensee. This lake was created after the construction of the dam and has completely drained the village of Graun. The only thing that is reminded of this is the clock tower in the middle of the lake.

Col du Galibier:
The French mountain pass Col du Galibier connects the towns of Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne and Briançon via the Col du Lautaret in the south and the Col du Télégraphe in the north. The mountain pass is part of the Tour de France and very feared, due to the fact that it is only accessible via the other two mountain passes. The pass reaches a maximum height of 2646 meters. From there you can take a walk to the viewpoint at 2704 meters. You can admire the peaks of the Grand Galibier, Mont Blanc and La Meije, among others.

The Grossglockner High Alpine Road:
With a height of 3798 meters, the Grossglockner is the highest mountain in Austria. In order to optimally enjoy this impressive mountain, you can drive along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road and associated pass. The route starts from Bruck am Grossglockner and ends in Heiligenblut. You can of course drive both ways. The pass reaches a maximum height of 2504 meters and is closed in winter due to the heavy snowfall. Along the way you pass several stops with fun activities, information points, mountain huts and viewpoints. We recommend a visit to the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe and Pasterzen glacier.

The Col d'Izoard:
Just like the Col du Galibier, the Col d'Izoard is also part of a stage of the Tour de France. The mountain pass connects Briançon with the valley of the Guil river. The pass lies partly in the Regional Natural Park of Queyras and reaches a maximum height of 2360 meters. The bare and rocky landscape is special about the Col d'Izoard. It sometimes seems as if you are driving over the moon by car! Along the way you can stop at several points to enjoy the beautiful view.

The Bernina pass:
The Bernina Express is one of the most famous rail trains in Switzerland and the Alps. The route is beautiful and partly included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Parallel to the railway line is the Bernina Pass, which connects the Veltlindal with the Egandin Valley. This beautiful Alpine road has a total length of 56 kilometers and reaches a maximum height of 2328 meters. Along the way you can enjoy views of the Morteratsch Glacier, among other things.

The Sella pass:
The Sella pass, also known as Passo di Sella, takes you on one of the most impressive mountain ranges of the Dolomites: the Sella massif. The pass connects Valle di Fassa with Val Gardena and reaches a maximum height of 2236 meters. At this altitude is also the border of the Italian provinces of Trentino and Bolzano. Along the way you can enjoy the view of this spectacular mountain world. Admire, for example, the three peaks of the Sasso Lungo mountain range, the Sella mountain range or the peaks of the Marmolada. You can also drive the Sella pass in combination with the Gardena pass, Pordoi pass and Campolongo pass.

The Grimsel pass:
The Grimsel Pass connects Goms in Wallis with the Halis Valley in the Bernese Oberland. The pass reaches a maximum height of 2165 meters and is closed in winter due to snowfall. The mountain pass has played an important role in trade between Switzerland and Italy over the centuries. Now it is mainly the reservoirs that have an important function. These are used for the generation of electricity. The landscape you drive through is rugged, rocky and impressive. On top of the pass is a hotel and a restaurant with a special marmot park. The Dodensee (Totensee) is also located here. This lake owes its name to the many fallen soldiers in the time of Napoleon.

The Gotthard pass:
The Gotthard pass, also called Passo del San Gottardo and Sint-Gotthard, connects the Swiss towns of Airolo and Andermatt. The mountain pass and associated tunnel are best known among holidaymakers who travel from Switzerland to Italy. But where the majority opts for the tunnel, it is precisely the pass that really makes the holiday complete. The Gotthard pass has a length of approximately 26 kilometers and reaches a maximum height of 2106 meters. The route is beautiful and takes you past old villages and beautiful views.

The Silvretta High Alpine Road and Silvretta Pass:
The Paznaun Valley in Tyrol and the Montafon in Vorarlberg are connected by the Silvretta Hochalpenstraße. The route has a length of 22.3 kilometers and leads from Galtür to Partenen in 34 hairpin bends, via the 2032 meter high Bielerhöhe. At this point is also the Silvrettasee, where you can walk. The pass is closed in winter due to snowfall.

The Simplon pass:
Just like the Gotthard pass, many holidaymakers travel the Simplon pass every year. This mountain pass connects the Rhone valley in the Valais canton with the Valle d'Ossola in Piedmont. The pass is open all year round and reaches a maximum height of 2005 meters. Along the way you pass a number of buildings, including the famous Simplon-Hospiz from 1825. The hospiz is managed by the monks of St. Bernard. From the highest point on the pass all kinds of walking routes are possible and you will also come across a hotel where you can spend the night.

The Gerlospas:
The Gerlos Pass connects the Salzachtal in the Salzburgerland with the Zillertal in Tyrol. The pass is part of the Gerlos Alpenstraße and runs right through the Hohe Tauern National Park. Along the way you can enjoy beautiful views of the surroundings. The pass has a length of 12 kilometers and reaches a maximum height of 1531 meters. A ride on the Gerlos Pass is ideal to combine with a visit to the Krimmler Wasserfälle.

The Great St. Bernhard Pass:
The Great St. Bernhard Pass, better known as the Col du Grand Saint Bernard, connects the Italian province of Valle d'Aosta with the Swiss canton of Valais. The pass is one of the highest in Switzerland and reaches a maximum height of 2469 meters. Just like a number of other mountain passes in this list, the Great St. Bernhard Pass has been used for centuries as a connecting road. The pass has its name to think of the St. Bernard dogs who used to help stranded travelers with the monks. The pass is closed in winter.

The Timmelsjoch Hochalpenstrasse:
The Timmelsjoch Hochalpenstrasse connects the towns of Sölden in the Ötztal and Meran in South Tyrol. Toll must be paid on the route Hochgurgl - Moos. Via a mountain road with around 60 hairpin bends you drive through a beautiful mountain world. With the Timmelsjoch Experience you can find out more about the history, the road and the surroundings from various stations. You can also visit the Top Mountain Crosspoint museum.

Col de l'Iséran:
With a maximum pass height of 2770 meters, the Col l'Iséran is one of the highest mountain passes in the Alps. The pass connects Bourg-Saint-Maurice with Bonneval-sur-Arc. You pass Val-d'Isère and a side valley of the Maurienne, which is located entirely in the Vanoise National Park, along a road full of hairpin bends. You can spot animals such as marmots and chamois and there is also a restaurant with a chapel on top of the pass.

The Gaviapas:
The Gaviapass (Italian Passo di Gavia) is a mountain pass in the Italian Alps, in the Lombardy region.
It is one of the highest pass roads in Europe. The road leads right through the unspoilt Stelvio National Park. The road was laid in the First World War for the supply of Italian soldiers who fought in the Italian-Austrian border area. The pass height is one of the most beautiful in the Alps. Here lies the large Lago Bianco with, to the north, the mountain San Matteo (3684 meters). The Lago Nero is slightly lower on the south side of the pass. The Adamello mountain group determines the view here. Many well-marked walks have been plotted in the area. During the winter the pass is closed due to the enormous snowfall. The pass is often closed until May and June due to the large amount of snow.


Promoter has made a selection of the 24 Most Beautiful Alps routes they have plotted in recent years.

The routes continue through:
France
Austria
Switzerland
Italy

The most beautiful roads, the most beautiful views, the most beautiful viewpoints. The highest mountains, the fastest descents, hairpin bend after hairpin bend, you name it you can't get enough.

Are you going on holiday in this region, take advantage of it, ALL routes in this collection have been checked and made the same for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

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9
Routes
1628.24
Kilometers
36.87
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2012
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 2012 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2012.

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 will immediately see a 3-day TTT in the Eifel where you stay in the town of Prum.

In this collection you visit the following countries and provinces:

 Germany, Rhineland Palatinate, North Rhine Westphalia
 Belgium, Belgian Limburg, Liège, Wallonie
 Luxembourg
 Gelderland
 Overijssel
 North Brabant
 Limburg
 North Holland
 Drenthe
 Groningen
 Friesland
Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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5
Routes
1228.25
Kilometers
23.59
Hours
View route collection Top 5 Car and Motorcycle routes in the Black Forest
About this route collection
The Black Forest, who hasn't heard of it yet? The Black Forest is a densely forested area and low mountain ranges in southwestern Germany, located in Baden-Württemberg, on the Rhine and on the French border. It is the largest low mountain range in Germany. Geologically it is related to the Vosges, which lie on the French side of the Rhine. The highest peak in the Black Forest is the Feldberg with an altitude of 1493 meters above sea level. The Black Forest is the largest forest area in Germany and consists mainly of pine and spruce trees. The Black Forest is known as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. A small particle in the north is protected as the Schwarzwald National Park. The Romans called the densely forested mountains with its characteristic dark pine trees Silva Nigra - "the Black or Dark Forest or impenetrable forest", which was ominous and almost impenetrable to them. The German word Schwarzwald was used for the first time in a document from the Swiss monastery St. Gallen from the year 868. A well-known car route is the Schwarzwald-Hochstraße, B 500 and Uhrenstraße. The Black Forest is known worldwide for the fairy tales of the Grimm brothers.

There are also several lakes in the Black Forest, namely: Titisee, Glaswaldsee, Mummelsee, Kirnbergsee, Feldsee, Schluchsee and the Hotzenwald.
The highest peaks in the Black Forest are: Feldberg (1493 m), Seebuck (1448 m), Herzogenhorn (1415 m), Belchen (1414 m), Schauinsland (1284 m), Kandel (1243 m) and the Hornisgrinde (1164 m) ).

Reason enough for the MyRoute app RouteXpert to compile a Top 5 of Car and Motor Routes for you.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made the same for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

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Subject: New Route for the Top 5 collection Black Forest compiled by Hans van de Ven.

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10
Routes
1249.13
Kilometers
31.73
Hours
View route collection The 10 most beautiful car and motorcycle routes in Gelderland
About this route collection
Gelderland, De Hoge Veluwe National Park, who doesn't know it? But not only this, Gelderland is the largest province in the Netherlands. The province is located in the middle and east of the Netherlands and is bordered in the northeast by Overijssel, in the east by the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, in the south by Limburg and Noord-Brabant, in the extreme southwest by South Holland, in the west by the province of Utrecht, in the northwest by the Veluwerandmeren, with Flevoland on the other side.

But not only the largest province of the Netherlands, Gelderland also has 'The Four Days Marches Nijmegen', officially the International Four Days Marches Nijmegen, this is a four days walking event that has been held every year since 1909 and starts on the third Tuesday of July. It is the largest multi-day walking performance tour in the world and is now also known as The Walk of the World.

In the largest province of the Netherlands it is of course very nice to drive through by car or motorcycle and enjoy all the beautiful things that the province of Gelderland has to offer. For this, the MyRoute app RouteXpert has compiled a Top 10 of Car and Motor Routes for you.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made the same for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

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Subject: New Route for the Top 10 collection Province of Gelderland compiled by Hans van de Ven.

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5
Routes
1176.36
Kilometers
22.3
Hours
View route collection Top 5 Car and Motorcycle routes in the Eifel
About this route collection
The Eifel is the eastern part of the middle-high plateau of the Eifel-Ardennes. It lies north of the Moselle and west of the Rhine. The largest part is in Germany, a small part is in Belgium, in the East Cantons. The German part of Eifel is located in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate. The highest point is the Hohe Acht with 747 meters.

Several chains can be distinguished in the Eifel:
 The northernmost part is called the Nordeifel, which connects to the High Fens in Belgium;
 To the east of it is the Ahrgebirge, this section is located north of the Ahr in the district of Ahrweiler;
 South of the Ahr is the Hohe Eifel (or Hocheifel), of which the Hohe Acht (747 m) is the highest point and also the highest point of the entire Eifel region;
 In the west, against the Belgian border, the hills are known as Schneifel, part of the wider area of the Sneeuweifel with peaks reaching up to 698 meters;
 To the south and east of the Hohe Eifel lies the Volcanic Eifel, a volcanic area with many crater lakes (Maare).
 The southern part of the Eifel is less high. The area is intersected by streams and rivers running southwards. These flows flow into the Moselle. The largest of these rivers is the Kyll; the hills around this river are known as the Kyllwald;
 In the south, the Eifel ends in the Voreifel.

There are some large reservoirs in the north of the Eifel. The largest of these is the reservoir in the Roer that was created by the construction of the Roerdal dam.

In the Eifel is also the Nürburgring, a well-known car circuit for Formula 1 races, among others. Since 2004, part of the north of the Eifel has become the Eifel National Park. This National Park falls entirely within the German-Belgian nature reserve Hoge Venen-Eifel. Another part of the Eifel falls within the South Eifel nature park.

Known throughout the whole of the Netherlands and Belgium by car and motorcycles, so reason enough for the RouteXpert MyRoute-app to compile a Top 5 of Motor and Motorbike routes for you.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

If you think so, I have a very nice route that should certainly not be missing from this collection, send it to:
 email: routexpert@myrouteapp.com
 Subject: New Route for the Top 5 Eifel collection compiled by Hans van de Ven.

The route will then be reviewed and then added to the Top 5. To make the Top 5 also the Top 5, 1 route will have to disappear from the Top 5, you can indicate this when submitting the new route.

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10
Routes
1371.11
Kilometers
38.03
Hours
View route collection The 10 most beautiful car and motorcycle routes in Limburg
About this route collection
Limburg, who thinks of Limburg, thinks of flan, coal mines, marl and the hill country. The coal mines have been closed for almost 40 years, the last load of coal was lifted from the Oranje-Nassau coal mine in Heerlen on 31 December and, as they say, South Limburg was transformed from Black to Green and unfortunately there is not much left see this period.

But not only flan, marl and coal in Limburg, but also a very beautiful province to drive through by car or motorcycle and enjoy all the beautiful things that the province of Limburg has to offer. For this, the MyRoute app RouteXpert has compiled a Top 10 of Car and Motor Routes for you.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made the same for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

If you think so, I have a very nice route that should certainly not be missing from this collection, send it to:
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Subject: New Route for the Top 10 collection Province of Limburg compiled by Hans van de Ven.

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10
Routes
1234.5
Kilometers
29.85
Hours
View route collection The 10 most beautiful car and motorcycle routes in Overijssel
About this route collection
Between the lakes, polders and streams that Overijssel is famous for, you will find beautiful historic cities such as Zwolle, Kampen and Deventer. They were part of the Hanseatic League: a cooperation between European cities for better trade. The richness of the past history is reflected in the beautiful monuments in these cities. Also visit the unique Giethoorn, the Venice of the north, where all the houses are on the water.

But not only trade and houses on the water in Overijssel, but also a very beautiful province to tour by car or motorcycle and enjoy all the beautiful things that the province of Overijssel has to offer. For this, the MyRoute app RouteXpert has compiled a Top 10 of Car and Motor Routes for you.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made the same for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

If you think so, I have a very nice route that should certainly not be missing from this collection, send it to:
email: routexpert@myrouteapp.com
Subject: New Route for the Top 10 collection Province of Overijssel compiled by Hans van de Ven.

The route will then be reviewed and then added to the Top 10.
To make the Top 10 also the Top 10, 1 route will have to disappear from the Top 10, you can indicate this when submitting the new route.

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10
Routes
994.74
Kilometers
23.59
Hours
View route collection The 10 most beautiful car and motorcycle routes in Drenthe
About this route collection
Drenthe (old, but preferred) or, new but not preferred: Drente is a province in the Netherlands, located in the northeast of the country. Roughly it borders the province of Groningen in the north, the German state of Lower Saxony in the east, the province of Overijssel in the south and the province of Friesland in the west. The capital and largest city is Assen, the municipality with the most inhabitants is Emmen.

But whoever says Drenthe, says Hunnebedden and the Motor Province of the Netherlands with the TT as the annual high point. Not only a TT, but also a very beautiful province to tour by car or motorcycle and enjoy all the beautiful things that the province of Drenthe has to offer. For this purpose a MyRoute app RouteXpert has compiled a Top 10 of Car and Motorcycle routes for you.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

If you think so, I have a very nice route that should certainly not be missing from this collection, send it to:
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Subject: New Route for the Top 10 collection Province of Drenthe compiled by Hans van de Ven.

The route will then be reviewed and then added to the Top 10.
To make the Top 10 also the Top 10, 1 route will have to disappear from the Top 10, you can indicate this when submitting the new route.

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10
Routes
1195.41
Kilometers
28.95
Hours
View route collection The 10 most beautiful car and motorcycle routes in Groningen
About this route collection
Groningen (Gronings: Grönnen or Grunnen, Frisian: Grinslân) is a province in the north of the Netherlands with 584,094 inhabitants (1 January 2019), of which more than a third live in the capital of the same name Groningen. In addition to Dutch, Lower Saxon (Gronings) is also recognized as an official language in the province.

Not only your own language, but also a very beautiful province to drive through by car or motorcycle and enjoy all the beautiful things that the province of Groningen has to offer. For this, the MyRoute app RouteXpert has compiled a Top 10 of Car and Motor Routes for you.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a RouteRpert MyRoute-app.

If you think so, I have a very nice route that should certainly not be missing from this collection, send it to:
email: routexpert@myrouteapp.com
Subject: New Route for the Top 10 collection Province of Groningen compiled by Hans van de Ven.

The route will then be reviewed and then added to the Top 10.
To make the Top 10 also the Top 10, 1 route will have to disappear from the Top 10, you can indicate this when submitting the new route.

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11
Routes
2229.29
Kilometers
51.9
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2010
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2010 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2010.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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 Holland
 Overijssel
 Zeeland
 North Brabant
 Limburg
 Limburg (Belgium)
 Liège (Belgium)
 North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
 Rhineland Palatinate (Germany)
 Hunsrück (Germany)
 Drenthe
 Groningen
 Antwerp (Belgium)

* In this collection a 3-day trip to the Eifen and a 3-day trip to the Ardennes!

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8
Routes
1674.24
Kilometers
35.11
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2009
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2009 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2009.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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:
 South Holland
 Utrecht
 Overijssel
 Gelderland
 Friesland
 Drenthe
 Lower Saxony (Germany)
 North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
 Harz (Germany)
Ur Thuringen (Germany)
 Saxony Anhalt (Germany)
 Limburg
 Limburg (Belgium)
 Liège (Belgium)

* In this collection a 3-day trip to the Harz!

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4
Routes
583.95
Kilometers
15.46
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2008
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2008 one by one, from now on also as a 2008 collection.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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:
 South Holland
 Overijssel
 Drenthe
 Limburg
 Limburg (Belgium)
 Liège (Belgium)
 North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
 Utrecht
 Gelderland

* The routes may not have a consecutive number, this is because the routes then have the number of the sheet number in which they are published.

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6
Routes
914.44
Kilometers
21.16
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 2006
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2006 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2006.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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:
 South Holland
 North Holland
 Utrecht
 Drenthe
 Groningen
 Lower Saxony (Germany)
 Province of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
 Limburg (Belgium)
 Liège (Belgium)
 Limburg
 Flevoland
 North Brabant
 Antwerp (Belgium)

In 2006, a stage from the Tour de France was driven as a Tank Bag Tour!

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6
Routes
1335.31
Kilometers
28.71
Hours
View route collection Beautiful car and motorcycle routes in the border region of the Netherlands and Germany
About this route collection
The Netherlands and Germany have a beautiful common border area. For example, think of the beautiful landscapes in Twente and the beautiful castles in Münsterland! While driving some routes from this collection, you will cross the border several times.

These are just a few of the many beautiful routes in the area. That is why this route collection may be expanded later. Have fun while driving the routes from this collection!
6
Routes
812.28
Kilometers
21.45
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor TankTasTocht of 2004
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2004 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2004.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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:
 South Holland
 Zeeland
 North Brabant
 North Holland
 Drenthe
 Groningen
 Gelderland
 North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
 Antwerp (Belgium)
 Limburg

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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7
Routes
1028.02
Kilometers
26.28
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor TankTasTocht of 2003
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2003 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2003.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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 / National Park:
 South Holland
 Utrecht
 Gelderland
 Overijssel
 North Holland
 North Brabant
 Antwerp (Belgium)
 Flevoland
 Drenthe
 De Hoge Veluwe National Park
 Limburg
 Limburg (Belgium)
 North Rhine Westphalia

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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7
Routes
963.43
Kilometers
26.06
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor TankTasTocht of 2002
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2002 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2002.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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:
 South Holland
 North Holland
 Utrecht
 Gelderland
 North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
 Friesland
 Drenthe
 Groningen
 Limburg
 Limburg (Belgium)
 Zeeland
 Antwerp (Belgium)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands and Belgium have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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6
Routes
865.94
Kilometers
22.02
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor TankTasTocht of 2001
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 2001 one by one, from now on as a collection of 2001.

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:
 Gelderland
 North Brabant
 Friesland
 North Holland
 Overijssel
 South Holland
 Utrecht
 Flevoland

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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Routes
927.58
Kilometers
23.94
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor TankTasTocht 2000
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 2000 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 2000.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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:
• Gelderland
• North Brabant
• Drenthe
• Groningen
• South-Holland
• Utrecht
• Overijssel
• Gelderland
• North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
• North Holland
• Limburg
• Limburg (Belgium)
• Liege Belgium)
• Zeeland

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands and Belgium have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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6
Routes
770.03
Kilometers
20.11
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 1998
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 roads with a roadbook in the tank bag or router roll.

You have also seen the Tank Bag Tours of 1998 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 1998.

All routes in this collection have been checked and made equal 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 Holland
• Utrecht
• Flevoland
• Gelderland
• Groningen
• Limburg
• North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
• South-Holland
• Zeeland

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands and Germany have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

* It is possible that the routes do not have a consecutive number, this is because the routes at that time have the number of the sheet number in which they are published.

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Routes
873.37
Kilometers
22.91
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor TankBag Tours of 1997
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 1997 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 1997.

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
• Antwerp Belgium)
• Friesland
• Overijssel
• Drenthe
• South-Holland
• North Holland
• Utrecht
• Gelderland
• North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
• Limburg (Belgium)
• Limburg

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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957.89
Kilometers
24.64
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 1995
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 1995 one by one, from now on also as a collection of 1995.
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:
• South-Holland
• Zeeland
• East Flanders (Belgium)
• North Brabant
• Antwerp Belgium)
• Limburg
• Limburg (Belgium)
• North Rhine Westphalia (Germany)
• Gelderland
• Utrecht

With the TankTas Tours of 1994 & 1995 you will travel throughout the Netherlands! In this year you are going from Maasland to Nulde.

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium have to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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1131.97
Kilometers
28.09
Hours
View route collection The ANWB ProMotor Tank Bag Tours of 1994
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 1994 one by one, from now on also as a 1994 collection.
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:
• Gelderland
• Overijssel
• Drenthe
• Lower Saxony (Germany)
• Groningen
• Friesland
• Flevoland
• North Holland
• Utrecht
• South-Holland

With the TankTas Tours of 1994 & 1995 you will travel throughout the Netherlands! In this year you are going from Nulde to Maasland

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands and Germany has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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1124.01
Kilometers
27.92
Hours
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)

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes. Enjoy all the beauty that the Netherlands and Belgium has to offer. Click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.

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4662.24
Kilometers
110.07
Hours
View route collection The 43 ANWB Endangered Routes
About this route collection
You have certainly seen one of the 43 Endangered ANWB routes. When asked whether these can also be offered as 1 file, the MyRoute-app Team started to realize this user wish. You can see the result in this collection, among others.

The series of the 43 Endangered ANWB routes were published in the Promoter between April 2015 and September 2016. In the past, the routes were driven on the basis of the ANWB signs. These signs have disappeared from the streets with the arrival of the navigation systems.

All 43 routes 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.
The 43 routes start and / or end in one of the provinces of the Netherlands and occasionally also go a bit through Germany or Belgium.

The number of routes per province is as follows:
• Friesland: 5 routes
• Groningen: 4 routes
• Drenthe: 6 routes
• Germany: 1 route
• Overijssel: 4 routes
• North Holland: 2 routes
• South Holland: 3 routes
• Utrecht: 1 route
• Flevoland: 2 routes
• Gelderland: 4 routes
• Zeeland: 5 routes
• North Brabant: 4 routes
• Limburg: 2 routes

Have fun with this collection and while driving one of these routes.
Enjoy all the beautiful things that the Netherlands has to offer, such as the flood museum in Zeeland or the bulb fields * in South Holland and through the beautiful Mergelland * of Limburg click on “View route” to read the review of the chosen route.
* During the weekends it can be very busy on these routes, so if you can go on a weekday, it is preferable.

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1740.51
Kilometers
40.63
Hours
View route collection The 10 most beautiful car and motorcycle routes in the Netherlands
About this route collection
These 10 routes in the Netherlands have been carefully selected, checked and made equal for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation by a MyRoute-app RouteXpert. The 10 most beautiful motor and car routes in the Netherlands are always a snapshot and a personal opinion of the reviewer. That does not mean that every lover of beautiful roads and interesting sights will enjoy these routes.

The ten routes are spread over 10 provinces, only Flevoland and South Holland have been skipped. Interesting routes can also be found in the MyRoute-app RouteXpert library, but we still want to stick to the 10 most beautiful and not the 12 most beautiful.

Enjoy the many forts and castles that are included in the routes such as Fort Veldhuis in North Holland. But also take a look at the route southeast of Nijmegen and visit the impressive Canadian War Cemetry and Memorial. The 'Overijssel in a nutshell' route includes the oldest house in the Netherlands and perhaps the route along the IJssel is the most beautiful piece of asphalt in the Netherlands.

In this way there is something for everyone in this route collection. If you do not agree with these 10 routes, send us an e-mail, indicate which route (s) you want to remove and which route you want to see instead. Perhaps then your route will be included in this collection of the 10 most beautiful routes in the Netherlands!

Email: info@myrouteapp.com
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3617.97
Kilometers
65.93
Hours
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Harz Open region
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The Harz (German: [haːɐ̯ts] (listen)) is a highland area in northern Germany. It has the highest elevations for that region, and its rugged terrain extends across parts of Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Thuringia. The name Harz derives from the Middle High German word Hardt or Hart (hill forest), Latinized as Hercynia. The Brocken is the highest summit in the Harz with an elevation of 1,141.1 metres (3,744 ft) above sea level. The Wurmberg (971 metres (3,186 ft)) is the highest peak located entirely within the state of Lower Saxony.
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305.03
Kilometers
5.25
Hours
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Bourgogne Franche Comte Open region
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Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (French: [buʁɡɔɲ fʁɑ̃ʃ kɔ̃te] (listen); lit. 'Burgundy-Free County'), sometimes abbreviated BFC, is a region in the east of France created by the territorial reform of French Regions in 2014, from a merger of Burgundy and Franche-Comté. The new region came into existence on 1 January 2016, after the regional elections of December 2015, electing 100 members to the regional council of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté.The region covers an area of 47,783 km2 (18,449 sq mi); it had a population of 2,811,423 in 2017.
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272.66
Kilometers
7.94
Hours
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Schwyz Open region
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The town of Schwyz (German pronunciation: [ʃviːts] (listen); French: Schwytz; Italian: Svitto) is the capital of the canton of Schwyz in Switzerland. The Federal Charter of 1291 or Bundesbrief, the charter that eventually led to the foundation of Switzerland, can be seen at the Bundesbriefmuseum. The official language of Schwyz is (the Swiss variety of) German, but the main spoken language is the local variant of the Alemannic Swiss German dialect.
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272.66
Kilometers
7.94
Hours
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Glarus Open region
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Glarus (German: [ˈɡlaːrʊs] (listen); Alemannic German: Glaris; French: Glaris; Italian: Glarona; Romansh: Glaruna) is the capital of the canton of Glarus in Switzerland. Since 1 January 2011, the municipality Glarus incorporates the former municipalities of Ennenda, Netstal and Riedern.Glarus lies on the river Linth between the foot of the Glärnisch (part of the Schwyzer Alps) to the west and the Schilt (Glarus Alps) to the east. Very few buildings built before the fire of 1861 remain. Wood, textile, and plastics, as well as printing, are the dominant industries. The symbol of the city is the neo-romanesque city church. The official language of Glarus is (the Swiss variety of Standard) German, but the main spoken language is the local Alemannic Swiss German dialect. An 1875 study of the Glarus dialect by Jost Winteler was very influential in the history of dialectology.
1
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305.03
Kilometers
5.25
Hours
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Basel Stadt Open region
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The canton of Basel-Stadt (German: Kanton Basel-Stadt , English: canton of Basel-City, French: canton de Bâle-Ville, Italian: Cantone di Basilea Città, Romansh: chantun Basilea-Citad) is one of the 26 cantons of Switzerland, and the smallest of the cantons by area. The city of Basel and the municipalities of Bettingen and Riehen form its territory. Canton of Basle-City is Switzerland's seventh-largest economic centre and has the highest GDP per capita in the country, ahead of the cantons of Zug and Geneva. In terms of value, over 94% of Basel City's goods exports are in the chemical and pharmaceutical sectors. With production facilities located in the neighbouring Schweizerhalle, Basel accounts for 20% of Swiss exports
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10316.25
Kilometers
190.57
Hours
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Baden Wurttemberg Open region
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Baden-Württemberg (, German: [ˌbaːdn̩ ˈvʏʁtəmbɛʁk] (listen)) is a state in southwest Germany, east of the Rhine, which forms the southern sector of Germany's western border with France. With 11 million inhabitants across a total area of 35,751 km2 (13,804 sq mi), it is the third-largest German state by both area and population. Baden-Württemberg is a parliamentary republic and partly-sovereign federated state. It was formed in 1952 by the merger of Württemberg-Baden, South Baden, and Württemberg-Hohenzollern. (These states had just been artificially created by the Allies after World War II out of the existing traditional states Baden and Württemberg by their separation over different occupation zones.) The largest city in Baden-Württemberg is the state capital of Stuttgart, followed by Karlsruhe and Mannheim. Other cities are Freiburg im Breisgau, Heidelberg, Heilbronn, Pforzheim, Reutlingen, Tübingen, and Ulm. The sobriquet Ländle (a diminutive of the word "Land" in the local Alemannic and Franconian dialects) is sometimes used as a synonym for Baden-Württemberg.
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4352.56
Kilometers
84.44
Hours
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Beieren Open region
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Jacqueline of Hainaut (Dutch: Jacoba van Beieren; French: Jacqueline de Bavière; 15 July 1401 – 8 October 1436) was a noblewoman who ruled the counties of Holland, Zeeland and Hainaut in the Low Countries from 1417 to 1433. She was also Dauphine of France for a short time between 1415 and 1417 and Duchess of Gloucester in the 1420s, if her marriage to Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, is accepted as valid. Born in Le Quesnoy, Jacqueline, from her birth, was referred to as "of Holland", indicating that she was the heiress of her father's estates. Jacqueline was the last Wittelsbach ruler of Hainaut and Holland. Following her death, her estates passed into the inheritance of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy.
1
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204.38
Kilometers
4.3
Hours
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Brandenburg Open region
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Brandenburg (, also US: , German: [ˈbʁandn̩bʊʁk] (listen); Low German: Brannenborg; Lower Sorbian: Bramborska; Upper Sorbian: Braniborska) is a state in the northeast of Germany. With an area of 29,478 square kilometres (11,382 sq mi) and a population of 2.5 million residents, it is the fifth-largest German state by area and the tenth-most populous. Potsdam is the state capital and largest city, while other major towns include Cottbus, Brandenburg an der Havel and Frankfurt (Oder). Brandenburg surrounds the national capital and city-state of Berlin, and together they form the Berlin/Brandenburg Metropolitan Region, the third-largest metropolitan area in Germany. Brandenburg borders the states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Saxony, as well as the country of Poland. Brandenburg originated in the Northern March in the 900s AD, from areas conquered from the Wends. It later became the Margraviate of Brandenburg, a major principality of the Holy Roman Empire. In the 15th century, it came under the rule of the House of Hohenzollern, which later also became the ruling house of the Duchy of Prussia and established Brandenburg-Prussia, the core of the later Kingdom of Prussia. From 1815 to 1947, Brandenburg was a province of Prussia. Following the abolition of Prussia after World War II, Brandenburg was established as a state by the Soviet Military Administration in Germany, and became a state of the German Democratic Republic in 1949. In 1952, the state was dissolved and broken up into multiple regional districts. Following German unification, Brandenburg was re-established in 1990 and became one of the five new states of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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408.31
Kilometers
6.9
Hours
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Bremen Open region
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The City Municipality of Bremen (, also US: ; German: Stadtgemeinde Bremen, IPA: [ˈʃtatɡəˌmaɪndə ˈbʁeːmən] (listen); Low German also: Breem or Bräm) is the capital of the German federal state Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (also called just "Bremen" for short), a two-city-state consisting of the cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven. With around 570,000 inhabitants, the Hanseatic city is the 11th largest city of Germany as well as the second largest city in Northern Germany after Hamburg. Bremen is the largest city on the River Weser, the longest river flowing entirely in Germany, lying some 60 km (37 mi) upstream from its mouth into the North Sea, and is surrounded by the state of Lower Saxony. A commercial and industrial city, Bremen is, together with Oldenburg and Bremerhaven, part of the Bremen/Oldenburg Metropolitan Region, with 2.5 million people. Bremen is contiguous with the Lower Saxon towns of Delmenhorst, Stuhr, Achim, Weyhe, Schwanewede and Lilienthal. There is an exclave of Bremen in Bremerhaven, the "Citybremian Overseas Port Area Bremerhaven" (Stadtbremisches Überseehafengebiet Bremerhaven). Bremen is the fourth largest city in the Low German dialect area after Hamburg, Dortmund and Essen. Bremen's port, together with the port of Bremerhaven at the mouth of the Weser, is the second largest port in Germany after the Port of Hamburg. The airport of Bremen (Flughafen Bremen "Hans Koschnick") lies in the southern borough of Neustadt-Neuenland and is Germany's 12th busiest airport. Bremen is a major cultural and economic hub of Northern Germany. The city is home to dozens of historical galleries and museums, ranging from historical sculptures to major art museums, such as the Bremen Overseas Museum (Übersee-Museum Bremen). The Bremen City Hall and the Bremen Roland are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Bremen is well known through the Brothers Grimm's fairy tale "Town Musicians of Bremen" (Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten), and there is a statue dedicated to it in front of the city hall. Bremen has a reputation as a working-class city. The city is home to many multinational companies and manufacturing centers. Companies headquartered in Bremen include the Hachez chocolate company and Vector Foiltec. Bremen's best known football club is Bundesliga club SV Werder Bremen, who play in the Weser Stadium (Weserstadion), that sits directly on the bank of the Weser.
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2881.86
Kilometers
53.26
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Hessen Open region
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Hesse (, also US: , Hessian dialect: [ˈhɛzə]) or Hessia (UK: , US: ; German: Hessen [ˈhɛsn̩] (listen)), officially the State of Hesse (German: Land Hessen), is a state of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its capital city is Wiesbaden, and the largest metropolitan area is Frankfurt am Main. With an area of 21,000 square kilometers and a population of just over six million it ranks seventh and fifth respectively among the sixteen German states. As a cultural region, Hesse also includes the area known as Rhenish Hesse (Rheinhessen) in the neighbouring state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
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204.38
Kilometers
4.3
Hours
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Mecklenburg Voor Pommeren Open region
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The following table contains a list of Dutch exonyms for places located in Germany. The places can be sorted alphabetically by either their Dutch or English name by clicking on the arrows (▲▼) at the top of the respective columns..
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8357.2
Kilometers
163.59
Hours
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Nedersaksen Open region
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Dutch people (Dutch: Nederlanders) or the Dutch are a Germanic ethnic group native to the Netherlands. They share a common culture and speak the Dutch language. Dutch people and their descendants are found in migrant communities worldwide, notably in Aruba, Suriname, Guyana, Curaçao, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, and the United States. The Low Countries were situated around the border of France and the Holy Roman Empire, forming a part of their respective peripheries, and the various territories of which they consisted had become virtually autonomous by the 13th century. Under the Habsburgs, the Netherlands were organised into a single administrative unit, and in the 16th and 17th centuries the Northern Netherlands gained independence from Spain as the Dutch Republic. The high degree of urbanization characteristic of Dutch society was attained at a relatively early date. During the Republic the first series of large-scale Dutch migrations outside of Europe took place. The Dutch have left behind a substantial legacy despite the limited size of their country. The Dutch people are generally seen as the pioneers of capitalism, and their emphasis on a modern economy, secularism, and a free market ultimately had a huge influence on the great powers of the West, especially the British Empire, its Thirteen Colonies, and ultimately the United States.The traditional arts and culture of the Dutch encompasses various forms of traditional music, dances, architectural styles and clothing, some of which are globally recognizable. Internationally, Dutch painters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh are held in high regard. The dominant religion of the Dutch was Christianity (both Catholic and Protestant), although in modern times the majority are no longer religious. Significant percentages of the Dutch are adherents of humanism, agnosticism, atheism or individual spirituality.
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22618.51
Kilometers
455.89
Hours
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Noordrijn Westfalen Open region
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The following table contains a list of Dutch exonyms for places located in Germany. The places can be sorted alphabetically by either their Dutch or English name by clicking on the arrows (▲▼) at the top of the respective columns..
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18296.91
Kilometers
344.88
Hours
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Rijnland Palts Open region
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The following table contains a list of Dutch exonyms for places located in Germany. The places can be sorted alphabetically by either their Dutch or English name by clicking on the arrows (▲▼) at the top of the respective columns..
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3007.12
Kilometers
52.35
Hours
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Saarland Open region
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Saarland (, also US: , German: [ˈzaːɐ̯lant] (listen); French: Sarre [saʁ]) is a state of Germany in the west of the country. With an area of 2,570 km2 (990 sq mi) and population of 995,600 in 2015, it is the smallest German state in both area and population apart from the city-states of Berlin, Bremen and Hamburg. Saarbrücken is the state capital and largest city; other cities include Neunkirchen and Saarlouis. Saarland is mainly surrounded by the department of Moselle in France to the west and south and the neighboring state of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany to the north and east; it also shares a small border about 8 kilometres (5 miles) long with the canton of Remich in Luxembourg to the northwest. Saarland was established in 1920 after World War I as the Territory of the Saar Basin, occupied and governed by France under a League of Nations mandate. The heavily industrialized region was economically valuable, due to the wealth of its coal deposits and location on the border between France and Germany. Saarland was returned to Nazi Germany in the 1935 Saar status referendum. Following World War II, the French military administration in Allied-occupied Germany organized the territory as the Saar Protectorate from 1947. After the 1955 Saar Statute referendum, it joined the Federal Republic of Germany as a state on 1 January 1957. Saarland used its own currency, the Saar franc, and postage stamps issued specially for the territory until 1959.
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1424.17
Kilometers
28.92
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Saksen Open region
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Petronilla of Lorraine (c. 1082 – 23 May 1144) was Countess of Holland by marriage to Floris II, Count of Holland, and regent of the County of Holland during the minority of her son Dirk VI in 1121-1129. She was a daughter of Theodoric II, Duke of Lorraine and Hedwig of Formbach.
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2361.61
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43.85
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Saksen Anhalt Open region
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The following table contains a list of Dutch exonyms for places located in Germany. The places can be sorted alphabetically by either their Dutch or English name by clicking on the arrows (▲▼) at the top of the respective columns..
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Thuringen Open region
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Thuringia (English: ; German: Thüringen [ˈtyːʁɪŋən] (listen)), officially the Free State of Thuringia (Freistaat Thüringen [ˈfʁaɪʃtaːt ˈtyːʁɪŋən]), is a state of Germany. In central Germany, it covers 16,171 square kilometres (6,244 sq mi), being the sixth smallest of the sixteen German States (including City States). It has a population of about 2.15 million inhabitants. Erfurt is the state capital and largest city. Other cities are Jena, Gera and Weimar. Thuringia is bordered by Bavaria, Hesse, Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Saxony. It has been known as "the green heart of Germany" (das grüne Herz Deutschlands) from the late 19th century due to its broad, dense forest. Most of Thuringia is in the Saale drainage basin, a left-bank tributary of the Elbe. Thuringia is home to the Rennsteig, Germany's best-known hiking trail. Its winter resort of Oberhof makes it a well-equipped winter sports destination – half of Germany's 136 Winter Olympic gold medals of 2014 were by Thuringian athletes. Thuringia was favoured or was the birthplace of three key intellectuals and leaders in the arts: Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and Friedrich Schiller. The state has the University of Jena, the Ilmenau University of Technology, the University of Erfurt, and the Bauhaus University of Weimar. Thuringia had an earlier existence as the Frankish Duchy of Thuringia, established around 631 AD by King Dagobert I. The state was established in 1920 as a state of the Weimar Republic from a merger of the Ernestine duchies, save for Saxe-Coburg. After World War II, Thuringia came under the Soviet occupation zone in Allied-occupied Germany, and its borders were reformed, to become contiguous. Thuringia became part of the German Democratic Republic in 1949, but was dissolved in 1952 during administrative reforms – to be divided into the Districts of Erfurt, Suhl and Gera. Thuringia was re-established in 1990 following German reunification, slightly re-drawn, and became one of the new states of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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Hunsruck Open region
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The Hunsrück (German pronunciation: [ˈhʊnsʁʏk]) is a long, triangular, pronounced upland in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is bounded by the valleys of the Moselle-Saar (north-to-west), the Nahe (south), and the Rhine (east). It is continued by the Taunus mountains, past the Rhine and by the Eifel past the Moselle. To the south of the Nahe is a lower, hilly country forming the near bulk of the Palatinate region and all of the, smaller, Saarland. Below its north-east corner is Koblenz. As the Hunsrück proceeds east it acquires north-south width and three notable gaps in its southern ridges. In this zone are multi-branch headwaters including the Simmerbach ending at Simmertal on the southern edge. This interior is therefore rarely higher than 450 metres (1,480 ft) above sea level. Peaks and escarpments are principally: the (Black Forest) Hochwald, the Idar Forest, the Soonwald, and the Bingen Forest. The highest mountain is the Erbeskopf (816 m; 2,677 ft), towards the region's south-west. Notable towns are Simmern, Kirchberg, and Idar-Oberstein, Kastellaun, and Morbach. Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is at the centre of the upland, equidistant between Mainz, Trier and Koblenz, co-named after the village of Hahn. Slate is still mined in the mountains. Since 2010, the region has become one of Germany's major onshore wind power regions. Large wind farms are near Ellern and Kirchberg. Nature-based tourism is widespread. In 2015, a new national park was inaugurated. The pedestrian Geierlay suspension bridge opened in the same year. The climate sees mists that rise most mornings. More rain than the German average is caused by a combination of an oceanic influence and relief precipitation. Culturally, the region is best known for its Hunsrückisch dialect and through depictions in the Heimat film series. The region saw great emigration in the mid-19th century, particularly to Brazil.
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Salzburg Open region
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Salzburg (Austrian German: [ˈsaltsbʊʁk]; German: [ˈzaltsbʊʁk] (listen); literally "Salt Fortress"; Bavarian: Soizbuag) is the capital city of the State of Salzburg and fourth-largest city in Austria. In 2020, it had a population of 156,872.The town is located on the site of the former Roman settlement of Iuvavum. Salzburg was founded as an episcopal see in 696 and became a seat of the archbishop in 798. Its main sources of income were salt extraction and trade and, at times, gold mining. The fortress of Hohensalzburg, one of the largest medieval fortresses in Europe, dates from the 11th century. In the 17th century, Salzburg became a centre of the Counter-Reformation, where monasteries and numerous Baroque churches were built. Salzburg's historic centre (German: Altstadt) is thus renowned for its Baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centres north of the Alps, with 27 churches. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. The city has three universities and a large population of students. Tourists also visit Salzburg to tour the historic centre and the scenic Alpine surroundings. Salzburg was the birthplace of the 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Because of its history, culture, and attractions, Salzburg has been labeled Austria's "most inspiring city."
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Zurich Open region
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Zürich (Alemannic German: Züri; French: Zurich; Italian: Zurigo; Romansh: Turitg) is the largest city in Switzerland, and the capital of the canton of Zürich. It is located in north-central Switzerland, at the northwestern tip of Lake Zürich. As of January 2020, the municipality has 434,335 inhabitants, the urban area (agglomeration) 1.315 million (2009), and the Zürich metropolitan area 1.83 million (2011). Zürich is a hub for railways, roads, and air traffic. Both Zurich Airport and railway station are the largest and busiest in the country. Permanently settled for over 2,000 years, Zürich was founded by the Romans, who, in 15 BC, called it Turicum. However, early settlements have been found dating back more than 6,400 years (although this only indicates human presence in the area, and not the presence of a town that early). During the Middle Ages, Zürich gained the independent and privileged status of imperial immediacy and, in 1519, became a primary centre of the Protestant Reformation in Europe under the leadership of Huldrych Zwingli.The official language of Zürich is German, but the main spoken language is the local variant of the Alemannic Swiss German dialect, Zürich German. Many museums and art galleries can be found in the city, including the Swiss National Museum and Kunsthaus. Schauspielhaus Zürich is considered to be one of the most important theatres in the German-speaking world.Zürich is among the world's largest financial centres despite having a relatively small population. The city is home to many financial institutions and banking companies. Monocle's 2012 "Quality of Life Survey" ranked Zürich first on a list of the top 25 cities in the world "to make a base within". In 2019 Zürich was ranked among the ten most liveable cities in the world by Mercer together with Geneva and Basel.
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Sleeswijk Holstein Open region
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List of Dutch patrician families in the official Nederland's Patriciaat.Branches of the same family are separated by a slash (/).
TTT 1994 03 Van Deventer naar Zwartemeer
20-01-2019
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Eifel Grafschaft Fuchshofen Nuerburgring
24-01-2019
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TTT 1995 07 van Geulle naar Thorn
24-01-2019
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Rees Rhein Romantik
25-01-2019
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Bergisches Land Sauerland
25-01-2019
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1 From Klimmen to Ulm via the Black Forest
04-03-2020
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TTT 1997 04 Rondje Achterhoek
27-01-2019
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Westerwald Rhein Eifel
28-01-2019
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Hunsrueck Mosel Rhein
21-01-2019
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Roundtrip from Oneux to Bierendorf
19-02-2019
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