E45 through Europe

This article is an itinerary.

European Route E45 is among the longest north-south highways in Europe, stretching between Gela in Italy to Karesuando in Sweden, with E8 to Tromsø on the Finnish side.

It crosses through the famous Brenner pass in the Alps, as well as the Kattegat strait between Fredrikshavn and Gothenburg.



The E45 through Sweden is the longest Swedish road, a few kilometres longer than the parallel E4.

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