|Via:||Rosslare, Fishguard, Cardiff, Bristol, London, Ipswich|
|Length:||541.2 miles (871 km)|
|Meets:|| E201, E01, E05, E13, E15, E32, E24|
|Former Number(s):||E8, E105, E112, E113, E123|
|Heathrow Airport • New Ross • Stansted Airport|
Transport Infrastructure Ireland
Error: Highways Agency is not a highway authority
North and West Wales Trunk Road Agent
Error: North and West Wales Trunk Road Agent is not a highway authority
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|Route outline (key)|
The E30 forms a major route across Europe and into Asia (its final destination is Omsk in southwestern Siberia). It starts by running close to the south coasts of Ireland and Wales, before heading via London to the port at Felixstowe.
The route in the British Isles uses the N25, A40, A48, M4, M25, A12 and A14.
Primary, Intermediate and Terminal destinations in bold.
On the mainland of the continent it travels via Rotterdam, Utrecht, Osnabruck, Hanover, Berlin, Poznan, Lodz, Warsaw, Minsk, Moscow, Samara, Chelyabinsk and Ishim.
|E Roads in Britain and Ireland|