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European route E75

E75 shield

E75
Route information
Length: 5,639 km (3,504 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Vardø (Norway)
South end: Sitia (Greece)
Location
Countries: Norway, Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Republic of Macedonia, Greece
Major cities: Helsinki, Gdańsk, Łódź, Bratislava, Budapest, Belgrade, Skopje, Athens
Highway system

International E-road network

E74 75 E76

European route E 75 is part of the International E-road network, which is a series of main roads in Europe.

The E 75 starts at the town of Vardø on the Barents Sea and it runs south through Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Macedonia, and Greece. The road ends after about 5,639 kilometres (3,504 mi) at the town of Sitia on eastern end of the island of Crete in the Mediterranean Sea.[1]

European route E75, Crete

From the beginning of the 1990s until 2009, there was no ferry connection between Helsinki and Gdańsk. However, Finnlines started a regular service between Helsinki and Gdynia. It is also possible to take a ferry from Helsinki to Tallinn and drive along the E67 from Tallinn to Piotrków Trybunalski in Poland and then continue with the E75.

Major towns and cities on the E75 are:

Contents

  • Route 1
    • Norway 1.1
    • Finland 1.2
    • Poland 1.3
    • Czech Republic 1.4
    • Slovakia 1.5
    • Hungary 1.6
    • Serbia 1.7
    • Republic of Macedonia 1.8
    • Greece 1.9
  • Gallery 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Route

Norway

VardøVarsøNessebyVarangerbotnTana bruUtsjoki

Finland

4 UtsjokiInariIvaloSodankyläRovaniemiKemiOuluJyväskyläHeinolaLahtiHelsinki

Poland

GdańskToruńŁódźPiotrków Trybunalski
Piotrków TrybunalskiCzęstochowaSiewierz
SiewierzTychy
TychyBielsko-Biała
Bielsko-BiałaCieszyn

Czech Republic

Český Těšín

Slovakia

Skalité - Čadca - Žilina
- Považská Bystrica - Trenčín - Trnava - Bratislava
Bratislava - Čunovo

Hungary

Rajka -
- Hegyeshalom - Mosonmagyaróvár - Győr - Tatabánya -
- Érd - Dunaharaszti - (Budapest bypass)
- Kecskemét - Kiskunfélegyháza - Szeged - Röszke

Serbia

Subotica - Novi Sad - Belgrade - Niš - Leskovac - Preševo -


Republic of Macedonia

Tabanovce - Kumanovo - Skopje - Veles - Negotino - Gevgelija -

The European Agency for Reconstruction, one of the Agencies of the European Union, has contributed to the reconstruction of the E 75 in the Republic of Macedonia.

Greece

Thessaloniki - Larissa - Lamia - Athens - Piraeus
ChaniaRethymno - Iraklion - Agios Nikolaos - Sitia

Gallery

See also

References

  1. ^ "International E Road Network" (PDF). Economic Commission for Europe - United Nations. 

External links

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