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Old 7 Jan 2007
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Online Mapping/ Routing for the Balkans

Are there any websites that are route capable for the Balkans/ Southern Europe?

I'm going to be in Serbia this summer for a week or two.

Nothing I can find seems to have any data.

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At http://www.praemium.ro/hungarian/termekek/kiut/ you will see the free downloadable version of the map of Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, under the "Ingyenes valtozat letoltese" (freevare). After you unpack and run the install.bat it will install the program at c:\kiut and with kiut.exe you can start the program. With Ctrl-L you can change the language to Romanian, Slovenian or German language. But no Serbia!

Microsoft Autoroute 2002 knows all the european roads (EU or non EU members including Turkey). The newest versions don't know Eastern European roads and the 2007 version knows only the main roads in eastern part of EU (just EU, no Serbia or Turkey). Don't buy it!

Szabi

PS. later I foud http://maps.live.com
It's OK!

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autoroute 2002

hi santhaz

Autoroute 2002 ? would very much like a copy for evaulation. I am running 2006 and yes it has excellent maps for european union, but nothing after Austria.

do you have copy of 2002 ?

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If you're using a Garmin streetpilot, you can get a routable map program for it that has Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia/Herzegovina. It doesn't have Serbia though but it might help you to get to the Serb Border.
It's called Adriaroute, you can find it at
http://www.tramsoft.ch/gps/garmin_ma...-adria_en.html

they have another similar called Croguide, but when I phoned them they recommended Adriaroute. Might be worth you having a look at it.

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Are there any websites that are route capable for the Balkans/ Southern Europe?

I'm going to be in Serbia this summer for a week or two.

Nothing I can find seems to have any data.

Thanks,
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Well, it looks like I've found some online sources, but actual mapping software for Serbia is non-existant. Does such an animal exist?
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Mapping for Serbia on GPS

I think this link. http://www.garmin.co.yu/proizvodi.php?id=94 might be the answer you seek. If you scroll down the page it's written in English.
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map of serbia

Hello breadman, i have map of serbia in garmin format. Feel free to contact me via email.

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