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Re: Roads between Lille and Zeebrugge

In terms of the 'Paris route' the best option is.....

A10 - N118 - D7 - N315 - A15 - A16

A10 - N181 - D7 is the route that I take to go to Courbevoire (suburb of Paris) where we live/used to live. I never get stuck. You just have to judge the timing.

From Tours it is 2:15 mins in flowing traffic.

From Courbevoire to Calais ( D7 - N315 - A15 - A16) it is exactly 2:5 hrs.

It is such a simple route. In fact, since I posted that route on a forum some time ago, I see more and more UK reg cars.

If you want to go around Paris.......that is the route. Also, the Paris bit is actually very interesting and nice.
ner ner nee ner ner!!
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Re: Roads between Lille and Zeebrugge

We also do the Hull-Zeebruge on the way down. From Zeebruge we make it down to Caussade on the A20 (South of Cahors) in one go. Took us 10h and a bit this year.
On the return journey, we leave mid afternoon for a stop-over in Vierzon (a great little hotel just outside the Motorway). From there in the morning, it's all the way up to Newcastle in one single stretch.
Les voyages forment la jeunesse
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