M O S T B E A U T I F U L R O A D S I N T H E W O R L D
THE OVERSEAS HIGHWAY ( FLORIDA KEYS )
The Overseas Highway leaps from island to island across 42 bridges southwest through Florida Keys and it was built in 1938 along the course of an old railroad that has been destroyed by a hurricane.
The highway is mostly over water and in about four hours you can enjoy the beautiful scenery and the ocean and of course, the incredible sunrises and sunsets if you come here at the right time.
RED ROCK SCENIC ROAD ( USA )
The Red Rock Scenic Road winds through Sedona’s Red Rock Country, often called a “ museum without walls ”. The road provides a splendid view of the stunning red rocks which seem alive like a timeless spirit that captivates and inspires everyone.
The Red Rock Scenic byway also passes through the Montezuma Castle National Monument and the Coconino National Forest.
ATLANTIC ROAD ( NORWAY )
The Atlantic Road was voted as the Norwegian construction of the century and it’s a five mile long stretch of road connecting Molde and Kristiansund in this country.
The road rides above some rough and uneven surfaces and it’s spectacular because it rises itself and falls at many places like a sea at the time of a rough tide. Apart from the incredible road itself, the scenery surrounding it could give any driver shivers.
OBERALP PASS ( SWITZERLAND )
The Oberalp Pass in an incredible road in the high Swiss mountains that’s an important link between Central Switzerland and the Graubunden Oberland. The road is really popular for all drivers from Europe but it’s only open during summer months. In winter this pass is closed for road traffic.
TRANSFAGARASAN ( ROMANIA )
The Transfagarasan is the highest and most dramatic paved road from Romania. Built as a strategic military route by the former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu between 1970 and 1974, this road connects the historic regions of Transylvania and Wallachia, and the cities of Sibiu and Pitesti.
LYSEBOTN ROAD ( NORWAY )
The Lysebotn Road is considered one of the most breathtaking roads in Europe and it all starts with the narrow road up the steep walls of the Lysefjord, Norway.
The road includes 27 challenging hairpins and a 1.1 km long tunnel at the bottom which also has 3 switchbacks inside to make things even more interesting.
GREAT OCEAN ROAD ( AUSTRALIA )
The Great Ocean Road is a 243 - kilometre ( 151 mi ) stretch of road along the south - eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool.