Description: Road map of Italy with road routes and driving directions from cities to towns, road intersections in regions, provinces, prefectures, also with routes leading to neighboring countries.
Italy has well connected road network made up Motorways (Autostrade) and State highways. Drivers in Italy drive on the right and overtake in the left hand side.
Roads in Western, Northern and Eastern Italy A4 E64 motorway (Autostrade) originating from Turin (Torino) crossed through the outskirt of Novaro, to Milano (Milan) then continued as A4 E70 through Brescia, to Verona, Vicencia, Padova, also passed through the city of Venezia (Venice) all the way to the Easter border down of Gorizia and Monfalcone near Slovenia. A5 Autostrade connects from Turin (Torino) in the West to Aosta and ending in Monte Bianco (connecting to France through Mont Blanc Tunnel; known as "Autostrada della Valle d'Aosta", Motorway of Aosta Valley). There are other several smaller roads that connect towns and villages in the Northern regions of Trento, Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
Roads in Central and Southern Italy A1 E35 is one of the longest Italian motorway connects Milan to Naples, passing through several cities, towns and villages such as Parma, Reggio, Modena, through Bologna to Prato, then to Firenze (Florence). This Autostrade continued from Florence through Umbria region to Rome from Rome it connects as A1 E45 which extends all the way to Naples (Napoli) in the Campania region.
A3 E45 continued from Naples heading southwards while by passing several villages in Basilicata regions, to Cosenza, with intersection to road that heads to Catanzaro. From this intersection
A3 E45 continues to Pizzo, Gioia Tauro, and Villa San Giovanni stopping at Reggio di Calabria. A14 E45 from Bologna passed through Forli (exit) and through coastal towns and cities in the Aldriatic sea such as Rimini, Pesaro, Fano, Senigallia and Ancona.
A14 E55 continued from Ancona to Civilanova Marche, Porto San Giorgio, to Pescara, Vasto, Foggia to Bari coastal town in Strait of Otranto. A14 then proceeds to Gioia Franca and stopped at Taranto.
Roads in Sicilia (Sicily)
Southern Italian roads of A20, E90 with A19, A18 E45 and A29 E90 are good motorways that connect Palermo, Messina, Catania, Siracusa extensively.
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