Balkan Süd (Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania,
Montenegro, Macedonia, Greece, Bosna Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo) Strassenatlas & Wanderkarte 1:200.000
Scale: 1: 200.000 (Bosna Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania, Serbia, Macedonia)
Scale: 1: 500.000
(Romania, Bulgaria, Greece)
The scale is optimally adjusted to match the mapped area.
ISBN-13: 9783707914207 Publisher: Freytag & Berndt
Languages: English & German & every language of the countries on the map
Road Atlas of the southern Balkan states from Freytag & Berndt in an
A4, spiral-bound format, with coverage of each country presented in a
separate section at 1:200,000 or 1:500,000, plus an overview of the
whole region for route planning at 1:1,000,000.
Maps and their indexes are arranged by country and cover at
1:200,000 Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia and
Albania, each accompanied by a street plan of its capital, plus at
1:500,000 Greece, Bulgaria and Romania with Moldova (without street
plans). Detailed presentation of the road network includes selected
country tracks and paths, motorway services, toll routes, steep
gradients, seasonal closures, roads closed to motorized traffic and/or
not recommended for caravans, etc. Scenic roads and special tourist
routes are highlighted; driving distances are marked on main and on many
smaller local roads. Railway lines are shown with stations, ferry
routes are included and local airports are marked.
Picturesque towns and villages are highlighted and symbols indicate
other places of interest and facilities, including campsites and youth
hostels. Topography is presented by relief shading, with spot heights
and names of mountain ranges, plus colouring for the forested areas. In
Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia and Macedonia place names are in both
Greek/Cyrillic and in Latin alphabet; in Kosovo both Albanian and
Serbian names of towns and villages are shown. All the pages at 200K
have latitude and longitude lines at 10’ intervals (maps at 500K have no
coordinates). Multilingual legend includes English.
Street plans, each located after the index for the relevant road
maps, cover: Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Belgrade, Niš, Podgorica, Pristine,
Skopje and Tirana. Each highlights main traffic arteries and important
buildings. The atlas also includes mapping of the whole region at
1:1,000,000 for easier route planning.