E3 European long distance path
The E3 European long distance path, or just E3 path, is a 6,950-kilometre (4,320 mi) long-distance footpath that is planned to run from the Portuguese coast to the Black Sea in Bulgaria. It is one of the network of European long-distance paths.
The Spanish portion of the E3 follows the Way of St. James, and specifically the French Way between Santiago de Compostela and France. In Slovakia, the path runs over the Malá Fatra and the Tatra Mountains. In Romania, the route includes the Transylvanian Alps. In Bulgaria, the path follows the ridge of the Balkan Mountains from Kom Peak on the Serbian border to Cape Emine on the Black Sea and is locally famous as the Kom–Emine long-distance trail.
It is planned to extend the route into Portugal to end at Cape St. Vincent.
- E3 - map and information at European Ramblers' Association
- Digitalized Slovak part of E3, GPX download included
- Info about the Bulgarian part of E3
Sign on the path of the E3 near Vianden, Luxembourg
E3 as a part of the standard blue-marked path near Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
E3 at the west end of the Malá Fatra mountain range in northern Slovakia
The E3 on the Malá Fatra mountains in northern Slovakia. It is well marked also on the maps of Slovakia and the Czech Republic.