Places can be so much more than just an area to DRIVE AND walk. They can be a wonderful work of art, or a historical site, a cultural gem. We’ve listed up a list of the most beautiful streets around the globe so you can wander and roam for hours.
Via Galuppi: Burano, Italy
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Located on an Italian island, this canal street is a Technicolor dream. You can take a boat ride or wander the streets while watching local shows, eating ice cream, and taking some photos.
Ballymoney, Ireland: Bregagh Road
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This Irish country street looks straight out of a Disney movie. While in Ireland, take a sunset drive through these amorous intertwining beech trees known as the Dark Hedges. Set in the 18th century, this road is the photographer’s dream and yes. It’s supposedly the road is haunted by a ghost.
Rue Targui: Chefchaouen, Morocco
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No that isn’t an Instagram style, all of the streets, walls, and houses in this town are painted in various shades of calming blue. The city is reportedly brushed blue due to its Jewish past; however, there is much than one theory. What implies is that after 500 years of being closed off to strangers, anyone can now roam the blue streets taking in the unparalleled culture and beauty.
Lombard Street: San Francisco
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One block and eight clasp turns make up this path that is like a modernist work of art. Though maybe scary to run on, it is a breathtaking tour (and exercise). The street does not sacrifice on beautiful greenery and flowers and lovely San Francisco looks.
Shambles: York, England
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Granted the most scenic street in Britain, Shambles is an English lane in York that has been about since the 14th era. Many of the erections even still continue, finished with timber structures and a small lopsidedness that is oh so pleasing and inviting. Use a whole day perusing pubs, shops, and cafes while feeling amazingly English.
Cherry Blossom Avenue, Germany
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Placed in the German city of Bonn, you can satisfy all your adventurous daydreams walking down this broad avenue. In springtime, cherry blossoms produce a pink canopy over the path, and when the blooms fall it gives a magical pink earth.
Rua Gonçola De Carvalho: Porto Alegre, Brazil
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Take a ride or a walk that you will never more forget on this Tipuana tree-lined path in culturally-rich Brazil. The soft green branches that extend for 500 meters have been affectionately named the ‘green tunnel,’ and have been strongly preserved by activists and citizens alike. It is now a Cultural, Ecological, and Environmental Heritage place, and a hint that streets can be way larger than a way to get from point A to point B.
Rue Cremieux, Paris
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Aside from the tourist areas of midtown Paris, very next to the Gare de Lyon, sits this pastel wonderland. The living street is coated in romantic tropical colors that can be a delightful color boost after killing a week with Parisians love of unbiased.
Diagon Alley, Universal Studios
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Because it is the nearest we will ever get to going the Muggle world. For hours, we can relish our inner child and search all of our favorite wizarding world shops. Leaky Cauldron, Ollivanders, and of course Borgin & Burkes.