European route E25
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).
|North end||Hoek van Holland, Netherlands|
|South end||Palermo, Italy|
|International E-road network|
It passes through the following cities: Hoek van Holland – Rotterdam – Utrecht - Eindhoven – Maastricht – Liège – Bastogne – Arlon – Luxembourg – Metz – Saint-Avold – Strasbourg – Mulhouse – Basel – Olten – Bern – Lausanne – Geneva – Mont Blanc Tunnel – Aosta – Ivrea – Vercelli – Alessandria – Genoa … Bastia – Porto Vecchio – Bonifacio … Porto Torres – Sassari – Cagliari … Palermo.
The Belgian part of the E25 is also denoted as 'Route du Soleil'. The title is rejected by France because there is ready a 'Route du Soleil' connecting Paris and Marseille. The Belgian 'Route du Soleil' is a branch of the original route, connecting Amsterdam and Marseille and joining the E25 near Utrecht (NL) towards Metz (F).
The N205 carrying the E25 to the Mont Blanc Tunnel is named the "Route Blanche".
- The Netherlands
- Hoek van Holland ( E 30) - Maasdijk
- Maasdijk - Rotterdam ( E 19, Towards E 31) - Gouda ( E 35)
- Gouda (Start of Concurrency with E 35) – Utrecht (End of Concurrency with E 35)
- Utrecht ( E 35) - Vianen ( E 311) - Geldermalsen ( E 31) - 's-Hertogenbosch - Eindhoven ( E 34 E 312) - Geleen ( E 314) - Maastricht
- Basel (End of Concurrency with E 60, Start of Concurrency with E 35) - Olten (End of Concurrency with E 35)
- Olten ( E 35) - Moosseedorf ( E 27)
- Moosseedorf ( E 27) - Bern
- Bern ( E 27) - Yverdon-les-Bains ( E 23)
- Yverdon-les-Bains ( E 23) - Lausanne
- Lausanne ( E 23, Start of Concurrency with E 62) - Genève
- Gap (Ligurian Sea)
- Gap (Mediterranean Sea)
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- 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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