It is also very busy in Switzerland, for example on the A2 towards Italy. Large crowds are also expected in France. In the morning, traffic mainly came to a standstill on the southern part of the Autoroute du Soleil, between Lyon and Marseille. “In the rest of the country it is still not that bad,” said a spokesperson for the ANWB.
Those who go to Germany will be stuck at Nuremberg, where there was already about 10 kilometers of traffic jam in the morning. Closer to the Netherlands, the A61 near Cologne is still closed due to the damage caused by the flooding. That means more traffic on other roads.
The ANWB keeps holidaymakers via Twitter informed of the current traffic jams in Europe.
Already connected in holiday traffic jams on European roads to the south | Inland
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