Streets as attractions

Here are some of the prettiest streets from around the world that are worth traveling for. Some of these streets are well-known for their naturally beautiful surroundings; and some are widely popular for their charming culture and traditions, and architecture.

Champs-Élysées in Paris, France

This iconic avenue in the heart of Paris is famous for its tree-lined promenade, shops, and theatres.

Broadway in New York City, SA

Broadway, in the heart of Manhattan, is ned with historic theatres, dazzling lights, and a vibrant atmospher

Rua do Bom Jesus in Recife, Brazil

This stunningly beautiful neighbourhood in Recife, the easternmost major city in Brazil, is lined with tall palm trees and historic buildings.

The Philosopher's Walk in Kyoto, Japan

This scenic walk along the cana with cherry blossoms in spring and vibrant autumn foliage in the fall, offers beautiful views of Kyoto's historic temples and gardens

La Rambla in Barcelona, Spain

This bustling tree-lined street in the heart of Barcelona is known for its lively atmosphere, street performers, and diverse shops and markets.

Rua Gonçalo de Carvalho in Porto Alegre, Brazil

This street is often referred to as the 'Green Tunnel' as it is lined with towering Tipuana trees, creating a beautiful and unique сапору

The Dark Hedges in Ballymoney, NorthernIreland

It is not a traditional urban street, but a picturesque avenue lined with intertwined beech trees. The trees create an enchanting tunnel-like effect.

Shambles in York, England

Don't go by the name, for this street with narrow, cobblestone lanes, timber-framed buildings, and charming shops is one of the best-preserved medieval streets in Europe.

Bourton-on-the-Water in Cotswolds, England

This charming village features a stream running through the centre with stone bridges and traditional English architecture

Calleja de las Flores in Córdoba, Spain

This narrow alley is adorned with flowers, creating a visually stunning and fragrant passageway in the heart of Córdoba's historic quarter.