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Freytag Berndt Autokarten, Rumänien-Moldawien - Maßstab 1:500.000
Freytag Berndt Autokarten, Rumänien-Moldawien - Maßstab 1:500.000
von Freytag-Berndt und Artaria KG
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Most detailed map available, 16. August 2014
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After good experiences with their Albania map, I bought this one for Romania. Detail level works out well, and there isn't a more detailed one around, except when you go for a road atlas. It's not quite five-star though because some small towns are not on the map, which means you wonder whether you're going in the right direction. Because Romania has the curious tendency to stretch the town limits really far, the distances between towns are correct when measured from center to center, not when you're just driving from the end of one town to the start of the next. As with any country in development, the indicated road color does not correspond necessarily to the road's condition. It's best to inquire locally about the best route.


Point it: Traveller's language kit
Point it: Traveller's language kit
von Dieter Graf
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Simply brilliant, 30. August 2013
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It was such a pleasure to use this in Asia and knowing you have it as a backup, eases your mind.


Freytag Berndt Autokarten, Albanien - Maßstab 1:200.000
Freytag Berndt Autokarten, Albanien - Maßstab 1:200.000
von Freytag-Berndt und Artaria KG
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Helped out so much during the roadtrip in August 2013, 30. August 2013
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Albania is a country in development, so any map is outdated the minute it comes off the press.

One mistake to make would be to assume that there is a link between the classification of roads and their quality. The classification tells you to what extent the road serves as a regularly traveled road between those two places. A highly classed road can still have its truly terrible parts, and a road with low classification may have juts gotten a fresh coat of asphalt. Roads are judged as belonging to a certain class in its entirety, but upgrading is done in parts, which means you may go from pot-holed frenzy to a super smooth section. So remember: classification is NOT quality.

Despite this, the map was highly useful indicating place names and distances. Terrain is harder to read, but the twists and turns tend to be a good indicator. I would not have been able to travel without it!


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