Streets with a global reputation, always bustling with people, are definitely a must-see for tourists visiting the city where they are located.
Khaosan, Bangkok, Thailand: Khao San Road is a small road located a block away from the famous Chao Phraya River. Over the past 20 years, Khao San has grown into a world-famous backpacker destination. This is where traveler Find cheap accommodation, from dorms to reasonably priced 3-star hotels as well as bars, eateries, restaurants, convenience stores, cafes and travel agencies. Photo: iStock.
The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, Scotland: The Royal Mile is a chain of streets following one another, running between two important Scottish royal sites, Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace. This is considered the main route of the old town of Edinburgh. Royal Mile is the busiest tourist street in the Scottish capital with a variety of attractions and museums. Photo: Planetofhotels.
Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA: Las Vegas Strip is home to most of the largest casino resorts of the “world gambling mecca” Las Vegas. The road is immersed in neon lights, along with a series of iconic works such as the Bellagio fountain, the giant High Roller ferris wheel, the replica of the Eiffel Tower… Photo: Westend61.
The Shambles, York, England: The Shambles is an old street with winding timber-framed houses dating back to the 14th century. This medieval street is known as the most beautiful in England. The Shambles is one of the streets that many consider to be the inspiration for Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter series. Since 2017, witch-themed shops have opened up on this street, drawing crowds. Photo: Thecrownwings.
Bourbon, New Orleans, USA: Located in the heart of the French Quarter in New Orleans, old town Bourbon is always bustling with bars, which are neon-lit, colorful and often a bit noisy. With 17.74 million visitors in 2017 alone, tourism to New Orleans relies on Bourbon Street as a major visitor attraction. Photo: Joel Carillet.
La Rambla, Barcelona, Spain: Barcelona’s La Rambla pedestrian street is famous for its flower stalls, mosaics, and the Boqueria market. La Rambla’s popularity with tourists has transformed this street, turning it into a spot of sidewalk cafes and souvenir kiosks. Besides the attractive attractions, sometimes visitors also have bad experiences in this street with trees on both sides, especially the infamous pickpocketing. Photo: Oddviser.
Temple Street, Hong Kong, China: This street is known as one of the busiest night markets in Hong Kong. Temple Street Night Market (or Mieu Nhai Night Market) is famous for men’s fashion, which is usually lively at dusk every day. At that time, traffic on the street was halted as tourists poured into the street. In the market, there are more than 100 stalls with colorful lights. Photo: iStock.
Hosier Lane, Melbourne, Australia: Hosier Lane is a lane in the central business district (CBD) of Melbourne. Since the late 1990s, the street has become a popular tourist attraction thanks to street art. The graffiti-covered walls and artworks here have become a popular fashion and wedding photography scene. Photo: Visit Melbourne.
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