Travel

Trunk Route

The route is taken as a reference in the same sense as the 1ªMM. With the peculiarity of starting and ending in Madrid.

The tentative schedule of the route with dates of entry and exit by continents in January 2019 was as follows:

  • EUROPE: Madrid 2 / 10 / 2019, Cádiz 6 / 10
  • WEST AFRICA: Tangier 8 / 10, Dakar 3 / 11
  • EAST AFRICA: Addis Ababa 18 / 11, Johannesburg 17 / 12
  • MEDITERRANEAN MARITIME ROUTE: Genoa 27 / 10, Barcelona 4 / 11, Argél 15 / 11, Tunisia 26 / 11, Palermo 3 / 12, Civitavecchia 6 / 12, Livorno 18 / 12
  • NORTH-CENTRAL AMERICA: New-York 4 / 11, San Jose, Costa Rica 25 / 11 Panama 30 / 11
  • SOUTH AMERICA: Pacific Corridor: Bogotá 3 / 12, Santiago de Chile 23 / 12; Atlantic Corridor: Caracas 3 / 12, Buenos Aires 23 / 12
  • OCEANIA-ASIA: Wellington 5 / 1 / 2020, New Delhi 28 / 1 / 2020
  • EUROPE: Moscow 6 / 2 / 2020, Madrid 8 / 3 / 2020

From March of 2019 until October, places and dates will be confirmed and / or modified. The whole route can be seen for the moment in the events section:

Convergent Routes

There will be numerous initiatives that will add to the trunk route as converging routes that also give great strength and intensity to the MM. There have already been many examples in the 1ªMM. From a group of young girls who walked for 10 days in New Zealand to join the beginning of the MM in Wellington. Also examples are the routes of the Middle East / Balkans or the South-Oreintal Africa that both crossed several countries and thousands of km.

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