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De A13 is een belangrijke noord-zuidverbinding door het oosten van Zwitserland. Het is een alternatief voor de Gotthardroute, alhoewel de San Bernardino wel veel hoger ligt dan de Gotthard. De route is erg mooi, met name tussen Bellinzona en Chur. Grote delen van de A13 zijn snelwegen, maar niet alle delen.
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1. The A13 narrows to one lane here for a short distance.
2. After that, it's a narrow 2x2 road.
3. Chur is still 111 kilometers. That's an 1,5 hour drive.
4. Roveredo exit. The A13 is now a one lane autostrasse.
5. But turns into a full motorway after Roveredo.
6. Exit Lostallo.
7. Sortie, Ausfahrt, Uscita, you can find it all in Switzerland.
9. The A13 narrows to a one lane express road.
10. Exit Mesocco.
12. It's quite a climb up the San Bernardino.
13. Pian San Giacomo. Trucks are crawling up at 30 km/h
14. Exit San Bernardino. Snow is laying around here.
15. Had to wait for 10 minutes here because of roadworks at the other end of the tunnel.
16. The northern end of the tunnel.
17. Zürich is also signed now.
18. View into the Rhine valley.
19. Exit Medels.
20. I am gonna overtake this slowpoke from Germany.
21. Exit Splügen.
22. Exit Sufers.
23. A tunnel. There are many of them on this part of A13.
24. Exit Rofla. Juf is the highest village of Switzerland.
25. Exit Andeer.
26. 4 lanes here.
27. Another set of tunnels.
28. Exit Thusis-Süd. A major exit, also leading to St. Moritz.
29. 2x2 again.
31. Nice chance to overtake this line of trucks and caravans.
32. Exit Rothenbrunnen.
33. Chur is only 16km now. Biggest town on A13.
34. another tunnel-bridge-tunnel combination.
35. Exit Reichenau.
36. Finally, the motorway begins again.
37. Chur-Süd. Also leading to famous Arosa
39. Distances. The valley becomes much wider after Chur.
41. The A13 has a wide median, and no shoulders through here.
42. To make sure you're not on a regular highway with upcoming traffic.
43. Exit Zizers.
44. Exit Landquart. Also leading to Davos.
45. München and Feldkirch are also signed now.
46. Exit Maienfeld.
47. Exit Bad Ragaz. Pavement wasn't too good for the next 25km.
48. That mountain is in Liechtenstein.
49. Interchange Sarganserland. The A3 ends here. Goes to Zürich and Basel.
50. Three countries on one sign.
51. I'm going for München.
52. Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, is also signed here.
53. Exit Trübbach. All those mountains are in Liechtenstein.
54. Exit Sevelen. Also to Vaduz. The Liechtenstein border is only a few hundred meter to the east here.
55. I went for diesel here. They didn't sold korridor-vignettes for Austria here unfortunatly. Good reason to try out the route through Bregenz.
56. Exit Buchs. Schaan is the biggest town of Liechtenstein.
57. Exit Haag.
58. München is still 238 km, but it's only like 170 after you enter the A96 at Lindau, and Lindau is not really 68 km from here, so there has to be a miscalculation somewhere.
59. Exit Sennwald.
60. Exit Oberriet.
61. St. Gallen is already along the A1.
62. Exit Kriessern.
63. Exit Widnau.
65. München is signed via this exit, Au, but I wanted to clinch A13.
66. St. Margrethen
67. End of A13, begin of A1. These situations are rare in Europe. A1 also curves off to the west after here.
68. Notice the E-numbers.