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Revision as of 14:02, 16 March 2013

    This article is a travel topic

Below, we list all travel itineraries one can find in Wikitravel. They are sorted first by continent and then by country. Itineraries regarding one specific country are sorted by Alphabet.

We normally start new itineraries with a link on the corresponding continent, country, region, or city article in the geographical hierarchy to which the itinerary belongs and then list it here. For international and intercontinental itineraries, start with links at both ends of the route.

Guidelines on how to write an itinerary and how to choose a name for it are at Wikitravel:Itineraries.

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