The Atlantic Road clocked in, countless bridges connected large and small islands, the road without bridges drove into the toll subsea tunnel, and I bought two ferry tickets for the car to cross the shore, which was quite a twist! The scenery along the way is endless, fairy tale huts haunt the forest and grasslands, and the blue sky is like broken glass scattered among the clouds
[Scenery] The scenery is beautiful, and the scenery along the way is very interesting. At a certain angle, the bridge seems to be broken, but the actual walk up is the same as a normal bridge. The visual effect of the design is original. Under the cross-island approach bridge is the confluence of the Atlantic Ocean and the freshwater lake. Due to the abundant food, many small tuna gather, and many people fish on the bridge. There is a Russian family who can catch seven or eight catties in a short while. They all use fake bait to fish, which is very interesting, but unfortunately they haven't made such preparations. An old overseas Chinese who has lived there for more than ten years said that Norway does not need a fishing license, but just fishes casually. Remember to bring fishing tools” [Price/Price Ratio] Due to the relatively biased location, it is suitable for self-driving. Cost-effective
The Atlantic Road is located on the west coast of Norway and is built on an archipelago on the shore. It is one of Norway’s national tourist routes and is also known as the paradise road for self-driving people. I was drunk to see the beauty along the way.
Such a famous place is definitely not to be missed when passing by. It was spring when we came, and the grass hadn't grown green yet. The visual effects of the photos we took were naturally not as good as the ones on the Internet, but after all, we came here in person. The wind in the Atlantic Ocean is too strong, and it is estimated that students who plan to use drones cannot hold it.
Norway’s self-driving must go to the ‘Atlantic Coastal Highway’ to travel to 27 countries. I have driven many times by myself. According to my conscience, Norway’s Atlantic Coastal Highway is definitely the most beautiful road I have ever seen! We came once at night and took another photo in the morning. It was so beautiful, I highly recommend it to you! This road with a total length of about 8.5 kilometers is a road on the sea, consisting of 8 bridges, spanning between small islands and reefs. There are often waves swept onto the road. It is known as the most beautiful and dangerous road in the world. . Fortunately, we encountered a calm sea, so we don’t have to worry about being beaten away by the waves. Our car over the mountain and drove into the sea on this section of Highway 64, all the way ups and downs, winding, thinking of Pu Shu’s lyrics "I have crossed mountains, rivers and seas" in my mind, every time I think of this song, In the mountains, or on the coastal road, this time I really feel like crossing the sea! Storseisundet Bridge (Storseisundet): This is the most famous one of the 8 bridges. The ingenuity of this bridge is to use visual errors to design the bridge into a special angle. When the car is on the bridge, the driver will There is an illusion that there is no way to go, as if you are about to fall into the sea, which is very exciting. It is called "the bridge to the unknown", commonly known as the "broken bridge". Address: Atlantic Ocean Road/Atlanterhavsveien, the most famous bridge is Storseisundet. Transportation: It is recommended to come by car or with a group. Shooting suggestion: Friends with drones must bring it, and it is also recommended to bring a telephoto lens to take pictures of the guillotine bridge. The minimalist building next to the parking lot is also a good place to take portraits. Hotel recommendation: search for Leite Gard near Atlantic Road on booking. It's a 10 minute drive from the Atlantic Highway, which is very convenient. The room is very warm and the owner is very nice. Little Tips: The latitude here is very high, so the sunrise and sunset times are different from those in China. The days in winter are very short, and the days in summer are very long. Summer is recommended.