Although most cities have thousands of streets, there is always one or two streets that become more popular than others. Whether it’s because it’s downtown, or it’s a nightlife center, an entertainment center, or historical sites, these are streets that are always visited by tourists. Popular streets, boulevards, have a lot of photos from different angles, and of course get into the list of the most famous streets in the world.
1. Lombard Street
Lombard Street in San Francisco is best known for its one-way section of Russian Hill. Here the street turns into eight sharp sharp turns, which the locals called the roller coaster. Because of this, the street has received the status of the most winding in the world.
2. Abbey Road
Abbey Road is located in North London. This is the street where the legendary Beatles made 90% of their recordings. In April 1969 they got together to record their last album as a group and named it “Abbey Road”. This album became their best-selling work. Today on this famous transition, which became the cover of the album. Thousands of tourists come to make their own Abbey Road cover.
3. Hollywood Walk of Fame
The Walk of Fame along Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles consists of a series of stars embedded in the sidewalk honoring famous actors, musicians, directors, producers, theater groups and personalities for their contributions to the arts. More than 2400 stars are immortalized on this alley.
4. La Rambla
Lined with trees, the Rambla is Barcelona’s busiest street. Most of the people visiting this street are tourists, not locals. Most often, this street is called Las Ramblas, because in fact this street consists of several streets that are completely different in style.
5. Orchard Road
Orchard Road is Singapore’s main shopping street, regularly visited by locals and many tourists. Orchard Road is surrounded by many shopping malls, nightclubs and hotels. It is also the site of the official residence of the President of Singapore.
6. Khao San Road
Khao San Road is a small street that is about a block from the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand. Khaosan is translated as “ground rice”, which is reminiscent of the fact that in earlier times the street served as a place of trade, mainly rice. Now the street is world famous, and every year it attracts thousands of tourists. Here you can find cheap accommodation, bars, food stalls, restaurants, shops, internet cafes and travel agencies. One of the most breathtaking attractions in Bangkok.
7. Wall Street in New York
Wall Street is a historic financial center and also the home of the New York Stock Exchange. The narrow street running down from Broadway to the East River was named after the wall that was built here in the 17th century by the Dutch to protect their growing settlements.
8. Via Dolorosa
Via Dolorosa (lat. Way of Sorrow) is the famous street of Jerusalem, along which Christ walked to his crucifixion.
9. Las Vegas Strip
Las Vegas is a world gambling center located in the center of Nevada. Casinos, hotels, bars, restaurants and various entertainment centers are always ready to provide their services in the best traditions to tourists.
10. Champs Elysees in Paris
With many cinemas, cafes, luxury shops, the Champs Elysees is one of the most famous and recognizable streets in the world. This elegant and wide street runs from the Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe. It is also one of the most prestigious shopping streets. Paris. The upper floors are mostly occupied by offices, however, few people can afford to live or have an office on the Champs Elysées.