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.

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.

the most famous streets

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.

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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.

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