15 of the most famous streets in the world

From Abbey Street in London to Champs-Élysées Boulevard in Paris, these are 15 most famous streets in the world.

No.1. Champs-Élysées Boulevard, Paris, France


Champs-Élysées is considered one of the most beautiful boulevards in the world. Traveling through District 8 in Paris, visitors flock to see its history or visit the cafes, restaurants and the Arc de Triomphe, one of the monuments of the city.

No.2. Khao San Street, Bangkok, Thailand


Khao San in Bangkok is about 410 meters long but always full of tourists from all over the world. The city closely tied with restaurants, hotels and shops Khao San is described as "the center of the world of backpackers".

No.3. Wall Street, New York, United States


Wall Street represents a lot of things. Some see this as a picture of exorbitant capitalism, while others see it as one of the most important financial centers in the world. Despite some of its not-so-beautiful reputation, the eight-block street has existed as a symbol of the American financial industry.

No.4. Lombard Street, San Francisco, United States


The 183-meter-long red brick road is known as the world's most meandering road. The speed allowed here is only 8km/h.

No.5. Via Dolorosa Street, Jerusalem, Israel


Via Dolorosa is called the "Path of Suffering" because it is the place where Jesu was supposed to walk when crucified. Prolonged from the east of Antonia fortress to Holy Repulchre church, this street dates back to the 18th century.

No.6. Royal Mile Street, Edinburgh, Scotland


As its name implies, this is a 1 mile but has many famous landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle, Holyroodhouse Palace where the Queen of Scotland is still living.

No.7. Broadway Street, New York, USA


There are many Broadway lanes in the United States, but this is not comparable to the Broadway between No.42 and No.53 in Manhattan, New York. It is the oldest north-south street in New York, home to the theater and music history of the United States.

No.8. Abbey Street, London, England


Most people recognize Abbey Street because this is the symbolic background of a 1969 album of the legendary band The Beatles. The members of the music band took the photo through this horizontal striped road in their album cover.

No.9. Chandni Chowk Street, Delhi, India


Whether you are looking for a gift or want to buy a Bengali, Chandni Chowk has everything. This famous busy street in Old Delhi can be quite noisy but a great place to look for Indian culture.

No.10. Walk of Fame, LA, USA


There is no shortage of famous addresses in the city of the Angels but there is no place sparkling like the Avenue of Fame, where there are pictures of the most famous stars in the world. Approximately 2,500 celebrities are honored on the 15 places of Walk of Fame and three places of Vine Street.

No.11. La Rambla Street, Barcelona, Spain


La Ramble, also known as Las Ramblas, is the busiest pedestrian street in Barcelona, located between Place de Catalunya and famous Christopher Columbus monument in Port Vell.

No.12. Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, USA


The charm of Vegas lies in its reputation. This is the paradise of everything. The Las Vegas Strip attracts people from gamblers to tourists.

No.13. Orchard Street, Singapore


The name is from the 1800s when it leads directly to the orchard, pepper and nutmeg gardens. Today, this is a 2km long road full of the best selling Singaporean shops.

No.14. Shibuya Intersection, Tokyo, Japan


Some say Shibuya is the most lively intersection in the world and it's hard to deny this. During peak hours, there are often about 1,000 people traveling through this area.

No.15. Bourbon Street, New Orleans, USA


New Orleans can avoid this busy street, but if you wander here at night, there's no place like Bourbon. This is the Mecca of bars, restaurants, and music performances.

By: Stephan Swift

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