B L D Teuven Diekirch Vianden Malmedy Teuven 348km 7,5u
Teuven Voerstreek

This route starts at a very cozy B & B in Teuven, where there are also a few very nice restaurants in the neighborhood.
We slept well for two nights. The Voerstreek, just below Maastricht and Valkenburg is beautiful, the people are friendly and the food is tasty and above all you can enjoy touring.
This ride goes to the South and we come to Diekirch. We drive through the beautiful area between the Ardennes and Eifel, meander along the "green" Michelin roads and along the way we regularly visit nice places to eat or drink.
It is quite a long journey, but one that can easily be shortened if you want by its shape. You could, for example, transfer from RP40 to RP57. Technically, this route for everyone and every motor to drive, even though there is a piece of unpaved in (Route Forrestier) where my GS has no problem, For those who do not see it can easily bypass that piece by the main road keep following.
I think it is a must, in this region it is wonderful motorcycling! Have fun!
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