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No maps, no official route Marco, sorry…
However, you are more than welcome to follow the route that I took; it worked quite well although I would probably not have missed out Brussels (the bit along the French – Belgian border was very boring…). See http://apsykes.com/eurovelo-5-2010-2/eurovelo-5-2010/ for the full itinerary.
I’m a brazilian biker, 59 y, and I’m planning to travel from Canterbury to Rome, in the Francigine way. The Eurovelo5 is an option. Iwould like to know if it is alreado donne, and if it has a page with maps, or a book with it.
Thanks for atention,
Marco Antonio Furtado