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Length: 1469 km
Start: Coucy le Chateau Auffrique
End: Montréal
Countries: France
Specials: Culture, History, Cities
This route runs along 21 villages, listed on the list of "The most beautiful villages of France" and described in the same-name Michelin Guide (Lannoo). Eight villages have a camper. On the way, more camper pitches are included in the route. The distance from Utrecht to the first village (Coucy-le-Château-Auffrique) is approximately 380 km, from the last village (Montréal) to Utrecht about 670 km (without toll roads). The route itself is about 1500 km long.
Length: 450 km
Start: Simmerath
End: Monreal
Countries: Germany
Specials: Active, Mountains, Nature, Cities
This route through the Eifel use the ANWB Extra guidebook Eifel www.eifelinfo.nl and www.eifelgids.nl, who "Towns and villages" gives more information about the places to visit. We follow in part Deutsche Vulkanstraße, Moselle and Moselschieferstrasse. In most places indicated the site code of the motorhome. The distance from Utrecht to the starting point is approximately 240 km, from the endpoint to Utrecht approx 310km.
Length: 1593 km
Start: St. Nicolas d'Aliermont
End: La Bouille
Countries: France
Specials: Culture, History, Coast, Cities, Unesco
This route runs along 19 villages listed on the list of "The most beautiful villages of France". Most villages are described in the same name Michelin Guide (Lannoo), located in Normandy and Brittany. The route also includes Auray and Fougères, two scenic towns with a camper. A campsite is listed in each village. The distance from Utrecht to the starting point is approximately 450 km, from the end point to Utrecht approx. 510 km (without toll roads).
Length: 397 km
Start: Dendermonde
End: Antwerpen
Countries: Belgium
Specials: Culinary, Culture, History, Cities
Cities in Flanders are characterized by historic facades, impressive churches and beautiful squares. Experience how fun Dendermonde, Ghent, Bruges and Antwerp and pick roam the camper for this round.
Length: 614 km
Start: Tui
End: Sintra
Countries: Spain, Portugal
Specials: Culture, History, Coast, Cities, Unesco
A special purpose we draw in a week from north to south through Portugal visit wonders such as the Portuguese, they have chosen in 2007, in parallel with the election of seven new wonders of the world in that year. They are almost all on the Unesco World Heritage List.
Length: 1816 km
Start: Domrémy-la-Pucelle
End: Saint-Bonnet-le-Ch�teau
Countries: France
Specials: Culture, History, Cities, Unesco
This route passes through 30 villages Michelin Guide "The most beautiful villages in France". All the villages are listed under 'Points of Interest' and as the village boasts a motorhome, the site code is listed. The distance from Utrecht to the first village, Domremy-la-Pucelle is 545 km, via Luxembourg, Metz and Nancy. The distance from Utrecht to the last village, Saint-Bonnet-le-Château, is about 1000 km, without tolls. On the way back we made an overnight stop in Laon (motorhome 25008), also worth a visit.
Length: 1982 km
Start: La Petite Pierre
End: St. Gervais les Bains
Countries: France, Italy
Specials: Mountains, Culture, History, Nature, Cities, Unesco
The journey through the Alps via interconnected touring the Green Guides Michelin "French Alps Northern" and "Southern French Alps". Here are 14 villages Michelin Guide "The Most Beautiful Villages of France" set (4 in Alsace and 10 in the French Alps). For beautiful hiking route was used ANWB Active Guide "Alps". Through the col de montgenèvre (road N94), a trip to a beautiful three towns are made in Piedmont (Italy); it is also possible via the col de l'échelle (road D1T). the route through the French Alps continues over the Col du Mont Cenis (road D1006). Through the Little St. Bernard Pass (road D1090) can still be done to the beautiful Valle d'Aosta (Italy). Through the Mont Blanc tunnel, we return in the French Alps again. The summary of the places of interest and all camperplace mentioned where we pass. The distance from Utrecht to the starting point is 516 km; the distance from the end point to Utrecht is 900 km (toll-free). NOTE: The D1091 away from Le Bourg d'Oisans is closed through La Grave to Briançon for unstable tunnel near the Lac du Chambon (in October 2016). The alternative route around the lake is forbidden for campers. That means detour via the D526, N85 (Route Napoléon) and N94. La Grave is accessible from Briançon via the Col du Lautaret.
Length: 2160 km
Start: Cassel
End: Saint-Amand-sur-Fion
Countries: France
Specials: Culture, History, Cities, Unesco
The route passes 25 villages Michelin Guide "the most beautiful villages in France" (Lannoo). Most villages have a motorhome. La Roche-Guyon has no motorhome. Giverny, which is 9 km away, does have a motorhome where the house and garden of Claude Monet are worth a visit there. Vitre has no camper place, 21 km away La Guerche-de-Bretagne is. Montsoreau and the adjacent Candes-Saint-Martin have no motorhome, but the 6 km away Fontevraud, where the abbey is well worth a visit.
Length: 802 km
Start: Eksjö
End: Nusnäs
Countries: Sweden
Specials: Active, Culture, Events, History, Nature, Cities, View, Unesco, Other
The route continues through the provinces of Östergötland, Närke and Västmanland to Dalarna with their specific characteristics such as the Polkagris, midsummerfest and Dalarna horses.
Length: 451 km
Start: Trelleborg
End: Eksjö
Countries: Sweden
Specials: Active, Culture, History, Coast, Nature, Cities, View, Unesco, Other
Sweden, the country of space, beautiful nature, red houses and a welcoming population is very friendly motorhome. The crossing by ferry Rostock-Trelleborg is a good alternative to the Oresund Bridge. The length of the entire route (3 parts) is 2356 km.
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