The eight most famous streets in the world and why they are

In all the cities of the world, there are beautiful and famous streets, animated by traffic, shops and culture.

Both in movies and books, the famous streets of the world make young and old dream. Perhaps you have already had the opportunity to cross some of them: from Paris to New York, there is no shortage of the great urban roads of our planet! On foot, by car or by public transport, the communication routes they offer are impressive.

These places are special because they bring together many activities such as large fashion stores, cinemas, theaters and concert halls.

Browse the photo gallery to find out which are the most famous streets in the world and why!

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Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles
This road is located in Los Angeles, along Hollywood Boulevard. Its peculiarity? The series of stars set in the sidewalk, positioned to commemorate famous actors, musicians, directors, producers, theater groups and many other celebrities. Impossible not to know it!
Di Jebulon - Opera propria, CC0,
Champs-Élysées, Paris
One of the most famous attractions in Paris, which runs from Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe, where you can find small cafes, luxury shops and cinemas. It is one of the most prestigious streets of the shopping in Paris. Every year, on July 14, the largest military parade in France passes along the Champs-Élysées, in the presence of the President of the Republic. The Champs-Élysées are also the traditional place where the last stage of the Tour de France since 1975 ends.
By Cmichel67 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,
Lombard Street, San Francisco
San Francisco, is the city famous all over the world for its hills and its ups and downs, Lombard Street is the most iconic street of the Californian metropolis. The most famous section of the road is on the "Russian Hill", a stretch where the roadway has eight steep hairpin bends that have earned it the recognition of "the most winding road in the world". The recommended speed limit in this section is in fact just 8 km per hour.
By A. Balet - Own work, CC BY 3.0,
Fifth Avenue, New York
Flanked by elegant buildings overlooking the park, historic residences and museums, Fifth Avenue is a symbol of rich New York. This street is considered among the best in the world for shopping and also one of the most expensive routes in the world for rental prices. In addition, it is the traditional route for many parades in the city of New York, so it is closed to traffic for numerous Sundays during the summer.
By Ralf Roletschek - Own work, GFDL 1.2,
La Rambla, Barcelona
La Rambla is a kilometre and four hundred metre long avenue in Barcelona that connects Plaça de Catalunya with the Port Vell. The busiest and liveliest pedestrian street in the Catalan city, home to characteristic places such as the Boqueria Market and the MiròMosaic, which is located in the middle of La Rambla.
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 Wall Street, New York
Wall Street is an eight-block thoroughfare in the Financial District in the Downtown Manhattan neighborhood of New York and represents the financial center par excellence of the United States, so much so that the term Wall Street indicates, by metonymy, the headquarters of the US stock exchange.
By m.caimary -, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.o
Abbey Road, London
Abbey Road is located in Westminster, London and is for music lovers the most famous street in the world. This street is in fact known for Abbey Road Studios, and for having appeared on the cover of the homonymous album by Beatles, released in September 1969.
Via Monte Napoleone, Milan
Via Monte Napoleone, one of the main fashion venues in the world, in Italy. This street represents the made in Italy, and is an exceptional showcase for all great designers. It forms the so-called "fashion district", together with Via della Spiga, Via Sant'Andrea and Via Pietro Verri. Where does the name come from? The name of the street comes from the financial institution that at the time of Napoleone managed the public debt.
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