They say the more, the merrier, but it doesn’t seem like the more commuters we have, the merrier the journey through some roads in Europe. Traveling can become annoying when you have to spend long hours in your car in the middle of a place far away from home. You’d wish the roads were bigger or that there weren’t so many cars sharing the roads with you.
In this article, I’m going to show you some European capitals that have the worst traffic congestion so that when you visit, you’ll prepare your heart and mind to spend some useful hours of your life waiting for the car in front of you to disappear by some miracle.
You’ll wonder why one of the flashiest cities in Russia should make the list, but I need to tell you that the flashier it is, the more visitation it gets. Moscow is Russia’s capital, and it is known for its occasional terrible traffic jams. Not that the roads aren’t big enough, it just somehow happens that commuters fill the streets during some periods in the year. The last world cup was an example of what horrific traffic congestion in Moscow can be.
It is hilarious how Oslo rhymes perfectly well with go-slow. The beautiful city is the capital of Norway and has made the list based on the past experiences commuters had while visiting. However, there could be changes in that regard pretty soon with all the work that the Norwegian capital is doing to ensure that the issue is solved.
Berlin is just as bad as the other capitals mentioned above. The traffic never ends. Hopefully, with more expansion of the roads, there’ll be changes in no time.
Paris is the very popular capital of France. If you didn’t know the world map well enough, you’d think that Paris was a country on its own. But how does a city that is elegant and famous suffer from traffic congestion? Well, maybe we can blame it on the city’s fame. Everyone wants to go to Paris in February. It’s the city of love. Cycling has become one of the most well-known transport methods in Paris as it stands. The people are beginning to realize that a change may never come if they keep waiting. Although there have been promises by the mayor to change the situation, we hope the change comes soon enough.
One of England’s busiest cities and the country’s capital has made this list as one of the most challenging cities to commute during festive periods. The roads are pretty okay, but the management isn’t something to write home about. This wasn’t an issue years ago; however, with businesses opening up every day, with teenagers becoming adults and owning cars, you’d expect the restructuring to keep happening on the roads, but that’s not the case. If you’re planning to live in London, you’d best forget about buying a car and just take the bus to work.