5 most famous streets in the world
Champs-Elysees is one of the most elegant streets in the world. It runs from the Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe. Known for its cinemas and luxury shops, this is also the most prestigious shopping boulevards in the world.
The latest redesign of the avenue was done in 1994 by Bernard Huet.The side lanes were converted into pedestrian zones, making it easier for the tourists to visit. You’ll find more about Paris on MyTravelStudio by reading “Paris-the city of love”.
Las Vegas Strip
Las Vegas is situated in the midst of the southern Nevada desert landscape. You all know that casinos can be found all throughout Las Vegas but this strip contains the most of them. A Street with giant casinos and hotels, decorated with attention in order to create a fantasy-like atmosphere. The Las Vegas Strip is an approximately 7 km stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard South in Clark County, Nevada. Find out more about Las Vegas, here.
We are pretty sure everyone has heard about this famous street in New York. Wall Street is the heart of the Financial District and the home of the New York City Stock Exchange. The street runs downhill from Broadway to the East River and was built in the 17th century. Without a doubt this is one of New York’s historical landmarks. New York is not a stranger for us, so find out about our trips there be reading these articles.
Hollywood Walk of Fame
A series of stars embedded in the sidewalk to commemorate all the famous actors, musicians, producers for their contribution in the industry. This is Hollywood Walk of Fame, a street that attracts millions of tourist every year along Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. 2.400 stars have been immortalized so far and there are about 200 nominations submitted each year.
The famous Abbey Road Studios are located on this street in London, where the Beatles recorded most of their work. In 1969 they recorded their best-selling album, Abbey Road with the iconic image of them crossing the Street just outside the Studio. Today tourists go there and recreate that image. London is another beautiful city we’ve visited and shared our experience with you. Find out more, here.
Bonus: Roap Street, Brasov
The alley between Cerbului and Poarta Schei Streets is already mentioned by documents dating back from the 17th century. This is one of Europe’s narrowest Streets, with its 111 and 135 cm alternating width. You can read more about the amazing Brasov, home of the Legends, here.