Munich (ots) - This weekend many car trips will end in traffic jams. The holidays begin in Berlin, Brandenburg, Hamburg, North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein, and the second wave of travel rolls from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Car tourists from Scandinavia, especially Denmark, are also on their way to the sea or to the south, where the schools are also already closed.
The ADAC assumes that this season, as a result of the Corona crisis, significantly more German car holidays will take place in their own country or in neighboring countries and fewer trips abroad by plane. However, it is questionable whether the roads are even more polluted than in previous years. Because a lot of Germans should be content with day trips and spontaneous short trips during their vacation.
The dam sections (both directions):
- trunk roads to the North and Baltic Seas
- Greater Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne
- A 1 Bremen - Hamburg - Puttgarden
- A 2 Dortmund - Hanover - Berlin
- A 3 Cologne - Frankfurt - Nuremberg
- A 5 Hattenbacher Dreieck - Frankfurt - Karlsruhe - Basel
- A 6 Metz / Saarbrücken - Kaiserslautern - Mannheim
- A 7 Hamburg - Flensburg
- A 7 Hamburg - Hanover and Würzburg - Ulm - Füssen / Reutte
- A 8 Karlsruhe - Stuttgart - Munich - Salzburg
- A 9 Berlin - Nuremberg - Munich
- A 10 Berliner Ring
- A 11 Berlin - triangle Uckermark
- A 24 Berlin - Hamburg
- A 61 Mönchengladbach - Koblenz - Ludwigshafen
- A 93 Inntal triangle - Kufstein
- A 95 / B 2 Munich - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
- A 99 bypass Munich
Car enthusiasts also need a lot of patience on the main through routes in neighboring countries - including the highways and coastal roads in Croatia and Slovenia. At the borders to Denmark and when entering Slovenia from Croatia, waiting times can be expected due to intensive personal checks. Details on the subject of border controls can be found at https://bit.ly/adac_grenzen_corona.
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