How to program a route on Google Maps with several stops for this summer

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We are in the middle of the holiday season, the months where we travel the most throughout the Spanish geography on account of that well-deserved rest that we have earned over the last 365 days. And since the pandemic in the world is limiting our ability to come and go wherever we want, to other countries, what better way than to visit Spain to see its wonderful corners? So we have to organize the journey that we are going to make and that could take us from that eastern Mediterranean to the North Atlantic, passing through some of those cities for which we never have time. And in those tasks of making routes and marking intermediate stops, nothing like pulling Google Maps to know in detail the kilometers we have to do and the estimated time of the journey. Do you know how to create stops? Creating a new route with Google Maps is something that we all have more than internalized. Either from the GPS point where we are or from a completely different place. Now, after the many changes that Mountain View has made to the app interface, could you tell us where we can add stops to that main route? It is very simple. The first thing we have to do in Google Maps is write the last destination city we want to reach. When it is indicated on the map, we touch the blue “How to get there” button. Now it will ask us to add an exit location, either our current one or another that you want. Now, we touch on the three horizontal points that you will see in the upper right part of the screen and, in the window that will appear below, we select “Add stop”. Again Google Maps will ask us to enter a destination. We do it and we tell you to add it to the route but be careful, because if it is an intermediate stop, we will have to place that place between the beginning and the end of the route that we created at the beginning. How do we do it? Well, very easy, we look at those three horizontal lines that you will see to the right of each point on the route and press them, without releasing, to go up or down until leaving it in the correct order. In other words, in our case, after creating the Castellón-Gijón route, we have entered Zaragoza as an intermediate point. In this way you will be able to add new stops and in the details of the route, check how much time we will invest in completing each stage.