Brúgvin um Streymin

Brúgvin um Streymin is an important bridge between the islands of Streymoy and Eusturoy. The bridge is 220 metres long, 9.5 metres wide and 17 metres above the water. It bridges the strait across the ocean, and for this reason it is called the Atlantic Bridge.
By 2020, an average of 4,500 cars per day will pass through Brúgvin um Streymin. Since the opening of the Eysturoyartunnilin tunnel, this figure has roughly halved. In the future, it will certainly be used by tourists who want to save on tolls in Eysturoyartunnilin and at the same time better enjoy the Faroese nature.