1. The Storseisundbrua, Atlantic Highway, Norway
It has rightly been called “The road to nowhere.” Situated on Norway’s West Coast, it is the longest of eight bridges that make up the Atlantic Highway. It’s uniquely complex architecture facilitates an optical illusion; so that seen from the angle of approach, the driver would think he’s taking a flying leap into the sea. And if that’s not scary enough, the bridge is often hit by European storms, and the mile high waves crashing over the bridge are sure to make the most daredevil of drivers turn away.