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IN Travel & Adventure ON 03 Jun, 2015
Nothing is beautiful as wandering around the breathtaking sceneries with your loved ones. Imagine a journey in a car riding long way with awesome landscapes on both the sides. It feels stunning, isn't it?
There are many stunning roads which wait for you to travel. Among all, few of them are heavenly. The mesmerizing beauty of these roads will truly refresh you, more than anything. Get a backpack, sit in your car and move on.
Now or never. Stop planning, start travelling.
Travelling through the Atlantic Road takes your breath away. The stunning landscapes and the mindblowing beauty will make you forget everything. The road is 8.3 kilometers long which passes by Hustadvika in Romsdal. In early 20th century, the route was proposed for a railway line but was abandoned. The construction of the road commenced in 1983 and opened in 1989 with the total investment 122 million Norwegian kroner. The construction was disturbed several times due to the wind storms.
1,300 km of Karakoram road guarantees you the best travel experience ever. Known as the Friendship Highway in China, Karakoram highway connects China's Xinjiang and Pakistan's Gilgit–Baltistan region. It is the highest paved international roadway in the world. The spectacular scenery around the roadway attracts large number of tourists every year. Due to the high altitude, construction works faced many difficulties and the road was also named as 8th Wonder of The World. The construction of the road was completed in 1979 and opened to the public since 1986.
103.6 km long Hana Highway is situated in Maui, an island in Hawaii. 2.5 hours of driving in a narrow road covered by dense forests with no stops can be your best travel experience. The highway with many curves and bridges is a popular tourist attraction in Maui. It was built in 1900.
Col de I'Iseran with the length 2,770 metres is a mountain pass in the country and the highest paved path in the Alps. Travelers enjoy the waterfalls, tunnels and galleries while passing through the highway. This was first used in the Tour de France bicycle race in 1938.
Milford road is part of State Highway 94 having full of natural beauty. 144 mile-long Milford road is one of the most scenic roadways in New Zealand. Travellers can enjoy seeing the lush rainforests, waterfalls and lakes while passing through this road. The glimpses of Fiordland National Park will also please your eyes.
Great Ocean Road offers you the breathtaking scenery and will satisfy you fully. 243 kilometres ride through the route includes many beaches, museums and restaurants. For nature lovers, the road is more than perfect. The road is the world's largest war memorial as it was built by returned soldiers (1919-1932) and dedicated to the soldiers killed in World War II.
205.2 km long Overseas Highway follows the path of an outmoded railroad. The magnificently amazing view of the route makes the traveler contented. Every wander luster wishes to have a trip to the highway at least once. The highway was built in 1905.
The stunning view of Cabot Trail attracts everyone at first glance who looks at it. Having the length 298 kilometers in Nova Scotia, the road offers you the spectacular views of the ocean and charismatic landscapes. The road is named after the Italian explorer John Cabot who landed in Atlantic Canada in 1497.
JHMR gives you a totally different travel experience. You will enjoy the panoramic views of Al Ain, a fourth largest city in UAE. The snaky road is extended over seven miles at the rocky mountain. The road having curves with highs and lows is developed as a tourist destination.
The beautiful and scary road which passes through the Tianmen Mountain in Hunan Province is one of the most loved travel spots. The road having the length 6.8 miles with 99 curves reaches the Tiananmen cave at the top of the mountain. The cable-way constructed over the mountain with 98 cars with the total length of 7,455 metres is also a main tourist destination in Hunan.
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