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European route E804

E804 shield

E804
Route information
Length: 302 km (188 mi)
Major junctions
From: Bilbao
To: Zaragoza
Location
Countries: Spain
Highway system
International E-road network

European Route E 804 is a part of the International E-road Network. It begins in Bilbao, Spain, passes by Logroño, and ends in Zaragoza, following the path of the Autopista/Autovia 68. It traverses 302 kilometres (188 mi).

The E 804 through Zaragoza, Spain

Route

Exit City mi / km (section) mi / km (cuml.) Connection
Bilbao 0 0 A-8/E 70
1 Arrigorriaga 4 / 6 4 / 6 BI-625
2 Areta 4 / 6 7 / 12 BI-625
3 Llodio 1 / 2 9 / 14 A-625
4 Ziorraga 11 / 17 19 / 31 A-624
5 Junction 4 / 6 23 / 37 N-622
6 Pobes 11 / 17 34 / 54 A-2622
7 Rivabellosa, Miranda de Ebro 10 / 16 43 / 70 AP-1/E 05
8 Zembrana 2 / 3 45 / 73 N-124
9 Haro 9 / 15 55 / 88 N-126
10 Cenicero, Nájera 14 / 23 69 / 111 N-232
11 Navarrete, Fuenmayor 5 / 8 74 / 119 LR-137, near A-12
12 Logroño 6 / 10 80 / 129 N-111
13 Agoncillo 9 / 15 89 / 144 N-232
14 Sartaguda 13 / 21 103 / 165 NA-123
15 Calahorra 6 / 10 109 / 175 LR-134
16 Corella 17 / 28 126 / 203 LR-287
17 Junction 4 / 7 130 / 210 A-15
18 Tudela 6 / 9 136 / 219 N-121C
19 Gallur 19 / 30 155 / 249 N-122, N-232
20 Alagón, Figueruelas 14 / 23 169 / 272 N-232
21 Alagón 2 / 3 171 / 275 A-126
22 Utebo 11 / 17 181 / 292 N-232
23 Zaragoza 1 / 2 183 / 294 A-2/E 90

External links

  • Map of E-road
  • International E-road network
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