The Nebelhorn, at an elevation of 2,224 metres (7,297 ft) above sea level, is one of the steepest and hardest climbs in Europe. The road reaches an altitude of 1.925m.
Achen Pass, at an elevation of 941m above the sea level, is a mountain pass in the Alps in the state of Bavaria in Germany.
Autobahn 81 (abbreviated as BAB 81 or A 81) is a motorway in Germany. It branches off the A 3 at the Würzburg-West triangle and ends near the border to Switzerland.
The Kehlsteinhaus (also known as the Eagle's Nest) is a chalet-style structure erected on a subpeak of the Hoher Göll known as the Kehlstein. The Kehlsteinhaus was intended as a 50th birthday present for Adolf Hitler to serve as a retreat, and a place for him to entertain visiting dignitaries.
The Roßfeldhöhenringstraße is a toll-Alpine road located in the Alps of Berchtesgaden in the district of Berchtesgaden, Bavaria (Germany).
The journey on the "Rossfeldhöhenring" Road leads you to an altitude of 1600 m directly to the one-time, alpine high mountains of the Berchtesgadener country.
The Schauinsland (literally "look into the country"; near Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany), is a mountain in the Black Forest with an elevation of 1,284 m (4213 ft) above sea level.
Riedberg Pass is a mountain pass in the Alps Black Forest range, linking the towns of Obermaiselstein and Balderschwang, Germany, at an elevation of 1407m above the sea level.
The Schwarzwaldhochstraße, or "Black Forest High Road", is the oldest and one of the best known themed drives in Germany. It is a part of the Bundesstraße 500.
The German Romantic Road is one of the biggest magnets for tourism in the southern provinces of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg.
German road conditions in general are excellent, although you should exercise caution while traveling on older roads in eastern Germany. Contrary to popular belief, there are posted speed limits on large stretches of the highway, or Autobahn, mostly when traveling through urban areas or when the road has many curves.
The Ammer Saddle, at an elevation of 1.082 m. above the sea level, is a high mountain pass in the Alps on the border between Tyrol, Austria and Bavaria, Germany, located in the St-2060 road.
Thinking about hitting the road on your next vacation? Be careful out there. Not every country (or state) has the same safety standards that you may be used to. We spanned the globe and found five places where you might want to stay off the streets — and five places that are exceptionally safe.
The A35 autoroute is a toll free highway in north eastern France. It is also known as the autoroute des cigognes and the Voie Rapide du Piémont des Vosges.