|Bundesstrasse 406 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
|Overall length:||84 km|
The federal road 406 (abbreviation: B 406 ) connects the Saarland - Luxembourg border between Remich and Perl - Nennig with the Saarland - French border between Saarbrücken - Güdingen and Sarreguemines . It used to run between Merzig and the French border on the western (left) bank of the Saar, but has now been replaced by the A 8 and A 620 motorways that run parallel on the same bank .
The B 406 starts on the Mosel - bridge between Remich and Perl-Nennig and crosses to about 200 meters, the B 419 . Then it rises from the Moselle valley and crosses the village of Perl- Sinz . A few kilometers further on, it branches off at the "Potsdamer Platz" intersection in the direction of Perl. Before reaching Perl, it finally reaches the A 8. There the main road ends and is replaced by this motorway. The autobahn will be extended by the A 620 at the Saarlouis junction .
At the Saarbrücken-Schönbach junction , the B 406 is independent again and leads past the former German branch of Peugeot and Güdingen to France. The French route national RN 61 connects to the border .
In its current course, the B 406 crosses the following federal highways and motorways:
- B 419 in Perl-Nennig
- B 407 between Perl-Sinz and Perl- Oberleuken
- A 8 at the Perl-Borg junction
- A 620 at the Saarbrücken-Schönbach junction
The B 406 leads past the following sights:
- In Perl-Nennig: Roman Villa, Casino Schloss Berg
- Near Perl-Sinz: war memorial (parking lot in front of Potsdamer Platz)
- In Perl-Borg: Roman excavations
- In Saarbrücken-Güdingen: Peugeot Germany (formerly), horse racing track and driving range .