PHOTO: Champs Elysee, Paris (Photo via Flickr/Nan Palmero)
Taking in the world from some of its most iconic streets can give travelers a sense of a place’s identity. The Telegraph has rounded up some of the best streets around the world for travelers to add to their bucket lists.
Telegraph writer Soo Kim starts with one of the most recognized boulevards in the world: the Champs Elysee.
This tree-lined boulevard in Paris’s eighth arrondissement is often described as the “world’s most beautiful avenue,” she says.
Ocean Drive in Miami is a lesson in Art Deco.
“Running along the ocean from the tip of South Beach to 15th Street, Ocean Drive is a bustling cacophony of Art Deco hotels glowing in neon and pastel, sidewalk cafes serving mojitos the size of fishbowls, and tourists clamouring for a taste of the South Beach good life,” Telegraph Travel’s Miami expert, Shayne Benowitz.says.
Dubrovnik’s Stradun has gained worldwide attention of late.
“Most of the top attractions in Dubrovnik are concentrated in the car-free old town, within the medieval walls,” says Jane Foster, Telegraph Travel’s Dubrovnik expert. http://www.travelpulse.com/