A path that has been described as “the most dangerous road in the world” and has remained closed for more than a decade, is no longer inaccessible to the public thanks to a massive reconstruction project.
The impressive Caminito del Rey in Spain, whose reopening is scheduled for March 26, has a walkway that was built into the wall of a gorge and hanging 100 feet above the river Guadalhorce
The trail, which starts in the village of El Chorro south of the province of Málaga, According to Spanish newspaper El País, the provincial government assigned 5.5 million euros (5.8 million dollars) to the project.
The entire route is 7.7 miles long, with walkways covering 2.9 kilometers of trail.
The most famous section includes Balconcillo bridge Gaitanes, which spans the gorge of Gaitanes.
Tourism officials say they go the whole route takes four to five hours, and it includes some steep slopes.
Admission will be free for the first six months following the reopening of attraction on March 26.
Visiting hours will be 10 am to 5 pm from April 1 to October 31, and from 10 am to 2 pm from November 1 to March 31.
Those who want to visit have to make a reservation at the official website, Caminitodelrey.info.