Difference between revisions of "A7 (Germany)"

From Hitchwiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Line 19: Line 19:
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Göttingen {{good}}
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Göttingen {{good}}
 
* [[Kassel]]
 
* [[Kassel]]
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Kassel {{average}}
+
* {{Junction}} Dreieck Fulda ([[A66 (Germany)|A66]])
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Hasselberge {{average}}
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Hasselberge {{average}}
 
* {{Junction}} Kirchheimer Dreieck ([[A4 (Germany)|A4]])
 
* {{Junction}} Kirchheimer Dreieck ([[A4 (Germany)|A4]])
Line 29: Line 29:
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Uttrichshausen {{good}}
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Uttrichshausen {{good}}
 
* [[Würzburg]]
 
* [[Würzburg]]
 +
* {{Junction}} Kreuz Biebelried ([[A3 (Germany)|A3]], [[E45]])
 
* [[Ulm]]
 
* [[Ulm]]
 +
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Illertal
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Memmingen ({{good}} for [[Kempten]], {{bad}} for [[Lindau]])
 
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Memmingen ({{good}} for [[Kempten]], {{bad}} for [[Lindau]])
 +
* {{Junction}} Kreuz Memmingen ([[A96_(Germany)|A96]], [[E54]])
 +
* [[Memmingen]]
 +
* {{Gas}}{{Rest}} Allgäuer Tor
 
* [[Kempten]]
 
* [[Kempten]]
 
* [[Füssen]]
 
* [[Füssen]]

Revision as of 17:23, 14 August 2011

The A7 crosses Germany from north to south, starting at the Danish border and ending at the Austrian border.

It is the longest national motorway in Europe and also one of the most frequented in Germany. This makes it a great place for getting long rides very easy.

Cities, service stations and exits

German highways

Major highways: A1A2A3A4A5A6A7A8A9

Minor highways: A10A11A12A13A14A15A17A19A20A21A23A24A25A26A27A28A29A30A31A33A37A38A39A40A42A43A44A45A46A48A49A52A57A59A60A61A62A63A64A65A66A67A70A71A72A73A81A92A93A94A95A96A98A99