The most beautiful highways in the world

Based on the natural scenery from oceans to lush green forests and breathtaking waterfalls along the boulevards, the website 10 Most Today showcases the most beautiful highways in the world.

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Milford Road (New Zealand): This 230-kilometer road connects Te Anau with Milford Sound, which used to be the studio for the famous movie "The Lord of the Rings". Along the avenue are clear lakes, clearly illuminating Mount Earl on calm days. Visitors often stop to take pictures of stunning landscapes from rainforests to majestic waterfalls.

Scenic 12 Highway (USA): Highway 12 or Scenic 12 is a winding road stretching nearly 200 km through the entire southwestern Utah, USA. This route is located at an altitude of about 1,520-2,740 m connecting sites between Capitol Reef National Park and Bryce Gorge. The construction of the road took about four decades. While traveling on this highway, you can visit many famous tourist destinations.

Jebel Hafeet Mountain Road (UAE): Jebel Hafeet is a 11km long road running towards the second highest peak in the UAE. This limestone mountain offers a panoramic view of the town of Al Ain. Here, you can stay and dine at restaurants and hotels.

Great Ocean Road (Australia): The Great Ocean offers breathtaking views of the ocean and the famous limestone reef The Twelve Apostles. Located on the southeast coast of Australia, the road starts from Torquay and ends in Warranbool. Along the boulevard, you'll find restaurants, museums, shipwreck shores, Great Otway National Park, beaches, surf spots and whale-watching spots.

Overseas Expressway (USA): Built in the late 1930s, this traffic line is also called "Highway that Goes to Sea". The road more than 180 km stretches from mainland Florida towards Key West Island. Crossing the route in a sunset moment is an enjoyable experience for visitors. In addition, you will admire the beautiful sparkling scenery of the ocean.

Stelvio Pass (Italy): This pass located near the Swiss border is one of the most attractive and dangerous roads in the world. Built in 1820, the route meanders at an altitude of 2,700 m above sea level. The pass is also famous for its 60 curves and is home to motorbike and bicycle races.

Atlantic Road (Norway): This breathtaking path will take you to the edge of the ocean. Opened in 1989, the road connecting Molde town with Kristiansund in Norway's Midwest is more than 8 km long. On the journey, you can stop at the tourist rest areas for a nice view.

Cabot Trail (Canada): Cabot Trail stretches for nearly 300 km. This place stands out with its winding bends on the northern edge of Cape Breton (Nova Scotia, Canada) and brilliant autumn forests with red, yellow and orange leaves on the romantic coast. Many restaurants, galleries and museums are located along the way. You can also stop to experience hiking and skiing.

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