"A country famous for its beer and automotive industry covers 78,866 square km. Prague, which is the capital city, is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. The Czechs have 54,997 km of paved roads, 1,234 km of which are motorways and expressways.
Accessible Cities Edit
Introduced in Going East DLC
Highways in the Czech Republic used to be divided into two groups: Dálnice and Rychlostní silnice. The Rychlostní silnice designation was abolished at the end of 2015, and the signs for the two Rychlostní silnice in the game were updated half a year later. ETS 2 now features 7 Dálnice.
The icon for D4 also appears in the game, but it's for the same-numbered Slovak Diaľnica. The corresponding Czech Dálnice was still a Rychlostní silnice when the game was released, and was not featured in the game.
Praha – Ostrava
Brno – Bratislava
Praha – Nürnberg
Praha – Dresden
Praha Scout factory access
Cross-border minor roads exist for the following connections:
- Praha – Frankfurt am Main
- Praha – Linz
- Brno – Szczecin – Gdańsk
- Brno – Austria (eventually A21)
- Czech D1 – Slovakian D1
See Also Edit
|The Countries of Euro Truck Simulator|
|Euro Truck Simulator||Austria - Belgium - Czech Republic - France - Germany - Italy - Netherlands - Poland - Portugal - Spain - Switzerland - United Kingdom|
|Euro Truck Simulator 2||Austria - Belgium - Czech Republic - France - Germany - Italy - Luxembourg - Netherlands - Poland - Slovakia - Switzerland - United Kingdom|
|Euro Truck Simulator 2: Going East!||Czech Republic - Hungary - Slovakia - Poland|
|Euro Truck Simulator 2: Scandinavia||Denmark - Norway - Sweden|
|Euro Truck Simulator 2: Vive la France!||France|