10 Most Beautiful & Famous Streets In The World
A must in your travel wish list
The real way to experience a destination is a walk down the streets. Yes, the streets hold stories to tell and give a snapshot of the place’s history, architecture, history, personality, and everything else you wish to know. Take a walk down the blue streets of Chefchaouen or the Cherry Blossom avenue of Bonn, Germany, we promise a blockbuster experience.
Top 10 Streets of the World
10. Broadway, Manhattan
The most famous Broadway Street is in Manhattan. It’s the oldest North-South Street in the city, and crosses through the grid creating squares (Union Square, Madison Square, Times Square, Herald Square, and many more) wherever it crosses an avenue.
9. Portobello Road, London
Every street of London is beautiful with a historic charm attached to it. But, the most famous one is the Portobello Road, the market street of London. The street is known for its antique showpieces. The color-crazy houses, local food and the good old-fashioned rummage would definitely charm you.
8. Streets of Mykonos, Greece
These streets look straight out of an art book with everything whitewashed and reflecting purity and perfection.
7. La Boca, Buenos Aires
The colors of the homes in this street are amazing and they add a level of excitement to the amazing city. The best part is the residents of the street take colors very serious. When they get bored of a color, or they ran out of one, they simply add one more color and this has paved the way for the fascinating colorful patchwork houses.
6. Chefchaouen, Morocco
The blue streets of Chefchaouen are just made for your Instagram feed. The flower pots placed on the blue colored walls would make you go “woah”.
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5. Cherry Blossom Avenue, Bonn
This magical tunnel street in Germany wears a pink hue just for two to three weeks every year. Besides, the instagrammers who throng to bring the colorful story on their feed, other travelers also come along to enjoy the spectacle.
4. Bregagh Road, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland
Do you watch Game of Thrones? Then you would recognize this. 18th century designed street has curvy birches on both sides that give a fascinating view to the road. The street is also nicknamed as the ‘Dark Hedges’.
3. Wall Street, New York
This street doesn’t need an introduction. This street is the symbol of the American financial sector. The 8 block-long street running roughly northwest to southeast from Broadway to South Street. It has nothing colorful or interesting to see but this street is a destination in itself. Nobody can deny the love of money after all.
2. Agueda, Portugal
What started as a summer project has turned into a piece of art. The ‘Umbrella Sky Project’ started in 2011 as a part of Águeda’s Ágitagueda Art Festival. The city residents hanged the pretty colorful umbrellas to cool down the streets and we must say what an colorful idea it was.
1. The Canals of Amsterdam
No roads of concrete or high end vehicles, but the Canals of Amsterdam are the best streets of the world. With countless boats and bicycles on the sideways, they are perfect for romantic walks.
The streets of the world have an enigmatic charm. Go and discover. We know, you’re booking your tickets already…