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I have some relatives who live in Norway but I never really spent any time researching about Norway, what the significances of Norway is, cool tourists spots and what not but when I saw a photo of <Strong>The Atlantic Road</strong>, I was really interested in learning more about this popular road! This road has been around since 1989 and now is toll free (before for the first ten years there was a price to pay to drive on this road). The road is about 5.4 miles and you get to see the beautiful view of the sea, you might also see whales and seals too! The road is built on several small islands and there are a bunch of curves on the bridges, it`d be cool to see water splash as you drive but it`d be kind of scary too, since the road would be slippery?
What can you do around the Atlantic Road?
Enjoy the photo and take photos
Island hopping via ferries or express boats
<strong>Wouldn`t this be a fun drive on The Atlantic Road?</strong> If I ever visit Norway, I`d like to visit this! It looks so cool and pretty views to snap photos! =)
More info on this bridge, what to do, where to stay, where to eat and so forth: http://www.visitnorway.com/us/Where-to-go-us/Fjord-Norway/Kristiansund-Nordmore/What-to-do-in-Kristiansund-and-Nordmore/Tour-suggestions-in-Kristiansund-and-Nordmore/The-Atlantic-road/