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The 15 streets that you have to walk at least once in your life

The 15 streets that you have to walk at least once in your life

We walk through the most beautiful and special streets in the world. A tour with architecture, originality and history as a guide.

To walk through them all your life: these are the most beautiful streets in Spain.

They are the places where city life takes place. Spaces to talk, walk, admire, buy or hallucinate. They are the streets that make up the imagination of all the cities in the world, those full of museums or vociferous markets, where the glorious past and the promising future go hand in hand.

Places so similar but, at the same time, so different: amalgamations of completely disparate styles, opposite ways of life and a faithful reflection of the life of cities and towns around the world. All streets, for one reason or another, deserve to be walked on. But these have a superior component: they are some of the most beautiful in the world.

It is, without a doubt, one of the most recognizable and famous streets in San Francisco. It is because of its ‘zigzagging’ component capable of enchanting us at street level, and also for its cinematic and recognizable character. In fact, we could consider this street to be one of the most emblematic of the west coast of the United States. So much so that every year a multitude of tourists come to it to capture the perfect snapshot.

Blind Alley (Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz)

In fact, according to a study that analyzed the time people stood looking at certain streets in the world, this street was considered the most beautiful in all of Spain. Although, the truth is that here Beauty oozes through its charming arbor and grilled windows.

Floral beauty, this is how we could define the dozens of streets that make up this beautiful Italian municipality. A desire of its citizens to keep their streets flowery which can be seen in its annual contest ‘Finestre, Balconi e Vicoli Fioriti’, a kind of Italian-style balcony festival.

Their passion for flowers and beautifying their streets is also evident in summer when they celebrate the ‘Le infiorate’ festival, in which the main street is covered with a two-kilometre-long carpet drawn with flower petals. The result? True works of floral art.

Walking down the cobblestone street of the Dumbo neighborhood in Brooklyn is one of those experiences that we should live once in a lifetime. It is because of its beauty, but also because of the surprise that awaits. And when you reach the intersection of Washington and Water streets, as if it were magic, you can see one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the Manhattan Bridge: framed between two practically symmetrical buildings that leave us with a perfect snapshot.

Washington Street (Brooklyn, New York)

We go to the easternmost city of Brazil, where we find one of the easternmost streets of Recife. We are on Rua do Bom Jesus, a beautiful valley flanked by tall palm trees with a lot of history.

This beautiful street dates back to the 15th century, and is the place where the first synagogue built in all of America was located: the Kahal Zur Israel. A completely historic building that can be visited today and that tells the history of this part of Brazil.

The Parisian neighborhood of Montmartre is, above all, art. It is because it was the home of the biggest names in world culture: Renoir, Modigliani and Picasso were some of the inhabitants of this beautiful bohemian neighborhood.

Today, art is still present, but now also flooded with elegant shops that have turned this neighborhood into one of the most beautiful and charming in Paris. Its streets must be walked to marvel at its colorful buildings and ivy walls, a photographic dream if ever there was one.

It is one of the most famous and recognizable panoramic views in Portugal. It is not because of its architecture, it is because of the famous umbrellas that flood its sky. A project called “Umbrella Sky” which began in 2011 as part of the Ágitagueda Art Festival and which have remained forever as “relievers” of the summer heat.

Royal Mile (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Royal Mile (Edinburgh, Scotland)

A beautiful street, but ephemeral. And this beautiful area of ​​Bonn, when spring arrives, becomes a place that seems straight out of a fairy tale. This season makes the cherry trees bloom, covering the street in a warm pink color of impressive beauty.

Molivos Market Street (Lesbos, Greece)

Molivos Market Street (Lesbos, Greece)

Ishibe-Koj (Gion, Kyoto)

Ishibe-Koj (Gion, Kyoto)

It is the grand boulevard of Paris, which takes us from the famous Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde in a route of almost two kilometers. A location that has historically been the setting for the city’s great events.

A street that is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful pictures spread around the world that is differentiated into two parts: the upper one, with a more commercial profile full of luxury stores, and the lower one, more elegant and sophisticated surrounded by landscaped. You can’t go to Paris without visiting this beautiful street.

Everything in blue! So much so… that all its streets have an intense sky-colored tint that takes us to a monocolor world. A beautiful town in the north of the country, a short distance from Tetouan, which has become one of the most popular attractions on a visit to the country.

But the curious thing about this place, and its blue streets, is that There is no unanimous position to determine the origin of its chromaticism. It is also curious that it is a city where there are no flies. Is it because of its intense color?

Caminito is above all color. We found it in La Boca, Buenos Aires, and it is one of the essential places on a visit to the city. A beautiful street located at the mouth of the Río de la Plata that serves as a memory to the immigrants who arrived from Europe at the end of the 19th century.

This corner, in addition to its beauty and history, is a place that exudes tango, the smell of barbecue and soccer. A multicultural corner with tin houses that is, in itself, an authentic open-air museum.

It is the main street of the Baixa neighborhood, located in Portugal. It is a street that connects Praça do Comércio with Praça do Rossio, through the famous Portuguese Triumphal Arch. This street is one of the nerve centers of the entire city of Lisbon, since in this neighborhood are some of the largest and busiest stores in the entire city.

Or what is the same: Portuguese beauty in all its splendor.

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