5. Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway
The Atlantic Road was recently voted the Norwegian construction of the century. It’s a five mile long stretch of road connecting Molde and Kristiansund, but this is not your average road.
This rises above some rough and uneven surfaces, but what makes it spectacular is that the road moves itself up or down as the need arises. For instance, the road will rise with the tide where it crosses seawater, so that it can be crossed despite higher water levels. Apart from the incredible road itself, the scenery surrounding it could give any driver shivers.