Expect big traffic next weekend towards popular holiday destinations: you stand idly by

Expect big traffic next weekend towards popular holiday destinations: you stand idly by

For example, the mobility organization expects traffic with small traffic jams in most areas on Friday. Traffic in Europe will be very difficult on Saturday with traffic jams heading south. There will be no problems except for a few areas on Sunday. If you leave on a Saturday afternoon, you will avoid the biggest problems. Sundays, only in Switzerland Anticipated traffic problems.

in Belgium Particularly busy on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning with traffic jams towards the coast, on the E411 towards the Ardennes and on the E19 and E17 towards Paris. On Fridays it can be very crowded all day long on the Brussels Ring Road and near Antwerp and Liege.

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France

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in France School holidays begin this weekend. This will make traffic very difficult on Friday with traffic jams on the A10 between Orleans and Tours and on the A7 between Lyon and Orange. Try to avoid these highways between 3 pm and 8 pm. In the rest of France, Touring predicts heavy traffic with smaller traffic congestion.

Saturday is a red day to leave across France with very difficult traffic with a long traffic jam. Avoid A10 Paris – Orléans between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. and A7 Lyon and Orange between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

No problems expected on Sunday, except for Rhône Valley (A7 Lyon-Orange).

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On Friday and Saturday, traffic is expected to be very busy before returning with smaller traffic jams in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Mediterranean regions.

There are no expected traffic problems in the rest of France.

Germany, Austria and Switzerland

in GermanyAustria Somewhat less traffic is expected on Friday and Saturday. Traffic is smooth on Sunday.

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in Switzerland Traffic jams are expected to leave on Friday. It can be very crowded on Saturday and Sunday with long traffic jams. For the return, very heavy traffic is expected with traffic jams on Saturday and Sunday.

Busy hubs in Germany: A5 Karlsruhe – Basel, A8 Karlsruhe – Stuttgart – Munich – Salzburg, A9 Nuremberg – Munich, Loop (A99) of Munich A3 Frankfurt – Nuremberg – Passau and the border crossings with Austria at Kufstein, Füssen and Passau.

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On Saturday he will line up in the Swiss St Gotthard tunnel to the south and on Sunday to return.

In Austria, Touring mainly expects busy traffic with slight delays on the A10 Salzburg – Villach – Slovenia, on the A9 Wels – Graz – Maribor and on the A12 / A13 Kufstein – Innsbruck – Brenner – Italy.

Italy and Spain

Consult busy calendars of European holiday destinations for traffic levels in the coming weeks and months.

For more travel information, you can contact Touring Info at 02/286.33.84 Monday through Friday during business hours. For information on current traffic in Belgium and Europe, you can refer to our route planner.

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