Ten of The Worlds Strangest Roads and Streets

We can comment that many streets and streets are filled with concrete piles, very bad. But at the end of our article, you will feast your eyes on the streets you have seen, and you will say if there are such places. Complex intersections, steep streets with scary slopes and streets that are the centre of attention with interesting structures. It is not easy to understand what the architects who designed the streets on our list dream of, but for most tourists, it makes more sense to enjoy the interestingness than to think about it…

Ebenezer-Scotland

Ebenezer-Scotland

This tiny street, home only to the Mackey Hotel, is perhaps the only street in the world where it’s impossible to get rid of. The total length of the street is 2.06 meters. This street, which was built for the hotel built in 1883, was officially opened in 1887.

Magic Roundabout-England

Magic Roundabout-England

While the roundabouts in England are scary for tourists, it’s really fun to watch in traffic. Chosen as the scariest 4th Junction in England in 2009, this place is one of the dangerous places for panic attack sufferers.

Lombard Street-San Francisco

Lombard Street-San Francisco

A street similar to Monaco, which F1 lovers know very well, can be a nightmare for drivers. For the flow of traffic, the street is one-way and parking is prohibited. This street, which has 7 bends within 100 meters, is the most crooked street in the world.

Baldwin Street-New Zealand

Baldwin Street-New Zealand

What makes the street interesting is the increasing slope. There is a slope difference of approximately 1 meter every 2.86 meters. Parked vehicles put bricks or stones in front of their wheels for safety. When it rains and snows, driving on the street is a nightmare for drivers.

Yonge Street-Canada

Yonge Street-Canada

With a length of 1,178 meters, it is the longest street in the world. This street, which is as far as the distance between Seattle and San Diego, has lost the title of “the longest street in the world” in the Guinness Book of Records with the changes made after the 90s.

Nine De Julio - Buenos Aires

Nine De Julio – Buenos Aires

This street, which bears the same name as Argentina’s liberation day, is the widest street in the world. Brave pedestrians have to travel 300 meters and 9 lanes to cross the street. Green spaces and parks in the middle of the street are resting places for pedestrians.

Parliament Street-England

Parliament Street-England

This 50 meters long street is one of the narrowest streets in the world with a width of 64 centimetres. The narrowest street in the world is located in Reutlingen, Germany. Its width is only 31 centimetres.

Putrajaya-Malaysia

Putrajaya-Malaysia

Located near the Malaysian Prime Ministry building, this street is 2.11 kilometres long and is the world’s most winding road.

Giza Road-Egypt

Giza Road-Egypt

This road, which is thought to be over 4600 years old, is the oldest asphalt road in the world. The approximately 11-kilometre-long Giza road was built for the transport of building materials. It is one of the iconic places in Egypt.

Gravity Hills

Gravity Hills

Gravity hills are incredible places where the effects of the laws of gravity are invisible. With neutral gear, cars can easily climb hills and rainwater can reach uphill hills defying logic. Despite all its popularity, gravity hills display different images thanks to their magnificent landscape and the optical illusion created by the slopes