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European route E25

E25 shield

E25
Major junctions
North end: Hoek van Holland (Netherlands)
South end: Palermo (Italy)
Location
Countries: Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Italy
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 25 is a north-south European route from Hoek van Holland in the Netherlands to Palermo in Italy which includes ferry crossings from Genoa to Bastia (Corsica), from Bonifacio to Porto Torres (Sardinia) and from Cagliari to Palermo (Sicily).

It passes through the following cities: Hoek van HollandRotterdamUtrecht - EindhovenMaastrichtLiègeBastogneArlonLuxembourgMetzSaint-AvoldStrasbourgMulhouseBaselOltenBerneLausanneGenevaMont Blanc TunnelAostaIvreaVercelliAlessandriaGenoaBastiaPorto VecchioBonifacioPorto TorresSassariCagliariPalermo.[1]

Route du Soleil

The Belgian part of the E25 is also denoted as 'Route du Soleil'. This title isn't accepted by France because it isn't the original 'Route du Soleil' connecting Paris and Marseille. The Belgian 'Route du Soleil' is a branche of the original route, connecting Amsterdam and Marseille. This route joins the E25 near Utrecht (NL) towards Metz (FR).

Local numbering

Near Utrecht, Netherlands

The E25 coincides with the following national roads:

  • Netherlands:
  • Belgium:
    • A25 Eijsden (border) - Liège
    • A26 Liège - Neufchâteau
    • A4 Neufchâteau - Arlon (border)
  • Luxembourg:
    • A6 Arlon (border) - Luxembourg
    • A3 Luxembourg - Dudelange (border)
  • France:
  • Switzerland:
    • A3 Saint-Louis (border) - Basel
    • A2 Basel - Olten
    • A1 Olten - Geneva (border)
  • France:
  • Italy:
    • A5 Chamonix (border) - Ivrea
    • A4-A5 Ivrea - Santhià
    • A4-A26 Santhià - Vercelli
    • A26 Vercelli - Genoa
    • A10 Genoa - Genoa port
    • ferry Genoa-Bastia
  • France:
    • N193 Bastia - Vescovato
    • N198 Vescovato - Bonifacio
    • ferry Bonifacio-Porto Torres
  • Italy:

References

  1. ^ http://www.unece.org/trans/conventn/ECE-TRANS-SC1-384e.pdf

External links

  • The first section of the E 25 in the Netherlands from Google maps
  • Section of E 25 in Sardinia from Google maps
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