Find your way driving in Greece Thessaloniki
even if you are after cheap car rentals holidays.
Exits to museum of Amfipolis, Nea Karvali, Xanthi.
Egnatia Odos Toll Fee Langada & Moustheni
for class 2 vehicles (with or without trailer(s)
and a height of up to 2,20m) is 2,40 euro per toll station passage.
Shot with a go pro hero.
Θεσσαλονίκη - Ξάνθη Εγνατία Οδός.
Χάρτης με διόδια Ανάληψης Λαγκαδά και Μουσθένης.
Έξοδοι προς Αμφίπολη, Νέα Καρβάλη και Ξάνθη (Βαφέικα).
Egnatia Odos or Egnatia Motorway (Greek: Εγνατία Οδός, often translated as Via Egnatia, code: A2) is the Greek part of the European route E90. It is a motorway in Greece that extends from the western port of Igoumenitsa to the eastern Greek–Turkish border at Kipoi. It runs a total of 670 km (420 mi). The project began in 1994 and was completed in 2009; it was managed by the company EGNATIA ODOS S.A.
The route traverses the mountainous Greek regions of Epirus and Macedonia, crossing the Pindos and Vermio mountain ranges, which have posed formidable engineering challenges. Its full length includes 76 tunnels (with a combined length of 99 km / 61.5 miles) and 1,650 bridges. It is a closed highway with sophisticated electronic surveillance measures, SCADA controls for the lighting/tunnel ventilation and advanced vehicle collision absorption measures
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