A lot of times borders and border control between countries can be a complicated and complex matter, especially if there are issues like war, mass immigration, or just plain old conflict between nations. But sometimes, and especially when there is a good, neighbourly relation between countries, borders are merely a formality and give way to some cool places where you can technically be in two places at once.
Whether man-made or natural wonders, we are sure there are at least a few of these borders that will pique your interest. We want to go visit them all (including the last one! lol).
What a game!
While border control between the USA and Mexico can be very strict at some points, that doesn't mean there is no neighbourly relation between residents from each border. Residents from Naco, AZ and Naco, Mexico are here enjoyin a little game of boder volleyball. Nice!
Plenty of space for everyone
Did you know that if you're in Slovakia, you can have lunch with someone from Hungary and someone from Austria, all without leaving your countries? this neat table, located right at the border between these three countries will allow you to do so. You could be sitting in Austria while your arms are hanging on Hungary. Weird, but cool.
This is what the border between Norway and Sweden looks like. You can easily stay on the border without actually being on neither country for a while. Seems a bit cold though.
The Netherlands and Belgium are such cool neighbors that a border between both countries. Seriously. Their border is merely a formality, noted by some tiles on the floor. The residents of Baarle and Nassau (the town changes name depending on which side you are) have the border run within the town, crossing through cafes, living rooms, houses, etc.