Rondreis Hoge Venen en Eifel via Altenahr en Bad Munstereifel
Waar natuur en bochten samen komen
The route leaves at the DATS 24 filling station in Tongeren. The starting point is easily accessible via the E313 motorway (Antwerp-Liege) and is also the cheapest petrol station in the area. So we can start our journey with a filled petrol tank.

The first part of our journey goes south-east, towards the High Fens. It will not be long before the urban agglomeration will change for the nature of the High Fens-Eifel National Park.
Before we cross the border with Germany, we pass the Gileppestuwdam, the highest point in Belgium, the 'signal de Botrange' and Lake Butgenbach.

Then we swing on the border of North and South Eifel, the necessary hairpin turns are not missing in this route. Via Altenahr and Bad Munstereifel we drive back to Belgium. Near Monschau we pass back the border with Belgium and drive over the infamous N67, which is better known as the highway to hell.
If we leave the East Cantons behind us, it is definitely worth stopping at the American military cemetery Henri-Chapelle Not only the cemetery but also the breathtaking view on the other side are definitely worth it

The route ends again near the highway E313. From here Antwerp, Maastricht or Brussels is easily accessible.
Burg Are
Toegangspoort bad Munstereifel
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Luik is an Estonian surname meaning "swan". It may refer to: Aivi Luik (born 1985), Australian football player Helmuth Luik (1928–2009), Estonian chess player John Luik (born 1950), American philosopher Jüri Luik (born 1966), Estonian politician and diplomat Liina Luik (born 1985), Estonian long-distance runner, one of triplet Lily Luik (born 1985), Estonian long-distance runner, one of triplet Leila Luik (born 1985), Estonian long-distance runner, one of triplet Siret Luik (born 1986), Estonian recurve archer Viivi Luik (born 1946), Estonian author
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