The Canadian Confederation Bridge is a 12.9-kilometer-long cross-sea highway bridge connecting Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The bridge started in 1993 and opened to traffic in 1997. It is a two-lane express road with a total length of nearly 13 kilometers (8 miles), a speed limit of 80 kilometers, and 65 piers.
There are two roads to and from Prince Edward Island, the ferry or the Confederation Bridge. But this bridge and China's sea-crossing bridge are nothing stranger than that. There is a shopping mall under the bridge, you can buy some souvenirs, but it’s not very cheap
The bridge is said to be the longest in eastern Canada, connecting mainland Canada and Prince Edward Island. If you don’t use this bridge, you have to take a ferry and you can stop by cars. The view of the bridge is good, the view is wide, and the toll is required to cross the bridge, but it is still worth a trip, but it is best to drive slowly and watch the scenery while driving.
The Confederation Bridge is a sea bridge connecting the mainland of Prince Edward Island fishermen, Canada, and it spans the sea like a long dragon, which is very spectacular. The total length of the bridge is about 15 kilometers. Driving up and down, winding forward on the bridge, the driving feeling is very good, the view is also very wide, and you can enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery along the way, and I feel really good.