the entrance to Rouen the A28
Follow on down through the tunnel, then across the Seine. Immediately
after crossing the Seine, turn 270° right, following signs for
then Evreux & Orleans .
You will join the
motorway south of Rouen.
About 10 km south of Rouen
leave the A13 motorway at the exit for Evreux
then becomes the N154
dual carriageway almost to Dreux
you have about 10 km on the N12 (straightforward, old-style dual
carriageway, sometimes busy).
At the start of the town, leave the N12 following the signs for
N154 is almost all modern dual-carriageway as far
After Chartres, about a third of the remaining 40 km of N154 as far as
the A10 motorway is now motorway-standard
dual-carriageway. A new 8km stretch was opened in May 2013. Traffic
normally flows freely on the remaining relatively straight
single-carriageway sections as far as the motorway.
After joining the joining the A10
it's motorway all the way. At Orleans, the motorway divides and you
have are three possible choices :
(for Languedoc and Spain) via A71
(toll ) and A75
motorway) This route is not recommended for cars with heavy caravans or
in winter, as the A75
after Clermont Ferrand has - as well as the Millau Viaduct
- several long steep hills, and a long stretch at up to 1100
metres altitude, that can be snowed up in winter.
(for the Dordogne, central southwest France) via the A20
. This motorway is free from Vierzon
until after Brive la Gaillarde.
(for southwest France and western Spain), via A10 (toll). See Routes
to southwest France
At Orleans, the A71+A20
split from the A10.
At Vierzon, south of Orleans, the A71