Greek National Road 30

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National Road 30
Εθνική Οδός 30
Major junctions
West end: Arta
East end: Volos
Location
Regions: Epirus, Thessaly
Major cities: Arta, Trikala, Karditsa, Farsala, Volos
Highway system
National Roads in Greece

Greek National Road 30 (Greek: Εθνική Οδός 30, abbreviated as EO30) is a single carriageway road in central Greece. It connects the cities of Arta and Volos, via Trikala and Karditsa.

Route[edit]

The western end of the Greek National Road 30 is in Arta, where it is connected with GR-5. It runs northeast through the sparsely populated Athamanika mountains, until it reaches the town Pyli, where it enters the Thessalian Plain. At Trikala it connects with the GR-6, and turn southeast towards Karditsa, where it turns east. The section between Neo Monastiri and Farsala is shared with the GR-3. The Motorway 1 is crossed at Mikrothives. At Nea Anchialos the GR-30 reaches the coast of the Pagasetic Gulf. The GR-30 ends in the centre of Volos.

The Greek National Road 30 passes through the following places:

Coordinates: 39°27′06″N 21°51′35″E / 39.4518°N 21.8597°E / 39.4518; 21.8597