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8 Amazing Streets From Around the World

Travel has been in the blood of man since the beginning of time. To facilitate travel, people have built roads. Some streets are famous for their colorful houses or their historical importance. These streets have one thing in common: they are worth the trip and create unforgettable memories with people who matter. Be prepared to be surprised by a story to tell, from tree-lined avenues to boulevards. These are the most beautiful streets in the world you need to see.

Setenil de las Bodegas, Spain

Located in the south of Spain, directly between Seville and Malaga, Setenil de las Bodegas is a small town of about 3,000 inhabitants. The whitewashed houses are beautiful, but that’s not what makes this town so unique. It is that the structures are built directly into the rocky cliffs that surround the area. The result is beautiful natural rock formations that overlook the streets, providing shade and breathtaking views.

Brooklyn, New York

For those walking down the cobblestone streets of Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood, the sudden view of the Manhattan Bridge could be a splendid surprise. At the intersection of Washington and Water Street, residents and tourists alike can admire the majestic beauty of the longest bridge linking Manhattan and Brooklyn (the span bearing the name of the former is 866 feet longer than the span bearing the name of the latter). Of course, the view is even more spectacular because the buildings are symmetrical on either side of Washington Street, creating one of the best opportunities for architectural photography in the neighborhood.

Recife, Brazil

Recife is the easternmost large city in Brazil, and the beautiful Rua do Bom Jesus occupies one of the easternmost parts of the city. The colorful street, lined with tall palm trees, is steeped in history. This 15th century street contained the first synagogue built in America, the Kahal Zur Israel Synagogue. The building is still there for visitors to see.

The city of Mykonos, Greece

In addition to being one of the most romantic places for honeymoon couples, Mykonos is also a street in the city with whitewashed houses, blue balustrades and green foliage around them. The narrow alleys between the houses give the whole neighborhood an even more classy look than what can be seen in the picture at the moment.

Chefchaouen in Morocco


Located in the Rif mountains in northwest Morocco, Chefchaouen is famous for its blue walls, its handicrafts and cannabis, but especially for its beautiful artistic streets. It is synonymous with spirituality. All the houses in the street have plant pots of different colors arranged next to the door, as this adds to the charm of the already beautiful town.

Cherry Blossom Avenue in Bonn, Germany

This is a street that should be included in this list! This joyful street is illuminated during the annual Kirschblutenfest, known for its live music and local food stalls that lick your lips. Be sure to have a chance to click on photos and take a long walk with your loved one.

Lombard Street in San Francisco, USA

Lombard Street in San Francisco at sunrise

Lombard Street, one of the most visited sites in the city, is a lively street that resembles a storybook. The hairpin bends, steep hill and lush greenery make it eclipse most places in the world. The curves were made to make drivers slow down their cars when driving in this area.

Pretoria, South Africa

Are you planning a trip to South Africa? Why not choose a period from the end of September to November, because of the magnificent jacarandas that bloom during this period. These stunning purple branches fall down in the streets, giving all streets a fantastic color. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful streets in the world because it looks like a fairy tale country.



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