Highways in Greece

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Highways in Greece are the most significant roads of the country. There are 10 most significant highways. They are:

  • Autokinetodromos A1 number.svg (PAThE Motorway): The highway that connects the capital Athens with the second biggest city Thessaloniki and the MK border at Evzoni.
  • Autokinetodromos A2 number.svg (Egnatia Odos): The highway that connects the west gate, the port of Igoumenitsa with the east one, the Greek-Turkish Borders at Evros river.
  • Autokinetodromos A3 number.svg (Central Greece Motorway): The highway that connects the major cities of Thessaly region, starting at Grevena and ending at Lamia.
  • Autokinetodromos A4 number.svg The highway that connects the city of Larissa and the city of Trikala at Thessaly region
  • Autokinetodromos A5 number.svg (Ionia Odos): The highway that traverses all the Western Greece, Starting at Ioaninna and ends at Kalamata at Pelloponnese.
  • Autokinetodromos A6 number.svg (Attiki Odos): The metropolitan ring road of Athens
  • Autokinetodromos A7 number.svg (Moreas Motoerway): The highway that connects the city of Corinth with the city of Kalamata, traversing all the Central Pelloponnese.
  • Autokinetodromos A8 number.svg (Olympia Odos): The highway that connects the capital Athens with the third biggest city Patra.
  • Autokinetodromos A9 number.svg (Olympia Odos): The highway that connects the city of Patra with the city of Pyrgos at Western Pelloponesse.
  • Autokinetodromos A90 number.svg (BOAK Motorway): The highway that traverses all the island of Crete, connecting the cities of Chania, Rethimno, Hrakleion, Agios Nikolaos, ending at Siteia.