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European route E80

E80 shield

Map of E 80 within Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo], Serbia, Bulgaria and Turkey.
Route information
Length: 6,102 km (3,792 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Lisbon (Portugal)
East end: Gürbulak (Turkey)
Countries: Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo[a], Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey
Highway system
International E-road network
European route 80 in the section Guarda - Vilar Formoso, Portugal.
A64 autoroute is a motorway in south western France, at Pau here.
European route 80 near Sarzana, Italy.
European route 80 near Dragoman, Bulgaria (border to Serbia).
Bilingual sign to E 80 in Sofia.

European route E 80, also known as Trans-European Motorway or TEM, is an A-Class West-East European route, extending from Lisbon, Portugal to Gürbulak, Turkey, on the border with Iran. The road connects 10 countries and has a length of approximately 6,102 kilometres (3,792 mi). At its eastern end it joins end-on with Asian Highway AH1 which continues all the way to Japan.



A1 - Lisboa-Santarém

A23 - Torres Novas-Castelo Branco-Covilhã-Guarda

A25 - Guarda-Vilar Formoso-Spain


A62 - Portugal-Salamanca-Valladolid-Burgos

AP1 - Burgos-Vitoria Gasteiz-A8

A8 - AP1-Donostia San Sebastian-France


A63 - Spain-Biarritz-Bayonne

A64 - Bayonne-Pau-Tarbes-Toulouse

A61 - Toulouse-Carcassone-Narbonne

A9 - Narbonne-Bézier-Montpeiller-Nîmes

A54 - Nîmes-Salon en Provence

A7 - Salon en Provence-A8

A8 - A7-Aix en Provence-Frejus/St Raphaël-Cannes-Antibes-Nice-Monaco-Italie


A10 - France-Savona-Genova

A12 - Genova-La Spezia-Massa-Pisa/Livorno-S1

S1 - A12-Grosseto-A12

A12 - S1-Roma

A24 - Roma-A25

A25 - A24-Pescara (Ferry to Croatia)


A1 - Dubrovnik (Ferry from Italy)-Montenegro


M2 - Croatia-Budva-Podgorica-Bijelo Polje-Berane

P2 - Berane-Andrijevica

M9 - Andrijevica- Serbia


M9 - (Montenegro border)-Kućište-Pejë-Prishtina

M25 - Prishtina-Podujevo


35 - Prokuplje-Niš

- Niš-Bela Palanka-Pirot-Gradina-(Bulgaria border)


Road 8 - Kalotina-Sofia

- Sofia-Pazardzhik-Plovdiv-Chirpan

Road 8 - Chirpan-Plovdiv-Haskovo-Harmanli

Maritsa motorway - Harmanli-Svilengrad-(Turkey border)


- Edirne-Kırklareli-Tekirdağ-İstanbul

- İstanbul-İzmit

- İzmit-Düzce-Bolu-Ankara

- Ankara-Sivas-Erzincan-Erzurum-Ağrı

This most eastern section of route E80, in Turkey, is also the most western section of route AH1 (part of the Asian Highway network), going to Tokyo in Japan.


  • Western Terminus - Lisbon
  • Eastern Terminus - Gürbulak

Notes and references


a. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Kosovo. The latter declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. Kosovo's independence has been recognised by 108 out of 193 United Nations member states.
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