From stunning sights to business spots and lush green beauty surrounding the serene cafes there are several roads in the world that are legendary tourist spots in themselves. Do not think about the countries and cities that they actually are from. Explore some that everyone must visit.
Where: Paris, France
The experience of walking down a historically significant road is beyond imagination. Just for a while taking a break from the feeling of love and travel to the Arc de Triomphe war memorial, enjoy relaxing at the stunning cafes sited on the side of the streets and go exploring the shopping souvenirs.
2- Route 66
Where: Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico and Arizona, USA
A road which used to be the important part of the highway system of the United States, but removed in 1985, since then this road has become an iconic visitor’s road to going on a road trip. The road is stretched too far with delicious food stop-over, gas stations and American memorabilia.
3- Abbey Road
Where: London, UK
A road which helps you walking down the memory lane specifically if you are beetles fan. The road has signs pointing towards the popular zebra crossings where the Beatles have shot their 11th album. The road attracts people in large number trying out the same pose, they have done. While going on exploring the land, you can witness the renowned Abbey Road Studios.
4- Highway 61
Where: New Orleans to Canada, USA
This famous long stretch in the USA is a must visiting road, where travelling over it far gives you the feel of walking over the blue highway. The iconic road has significant spots from birthplaces of the renowned music artists to recording venues – the place is a heaven for music lovers.
5- Grafton Street
Where: Dublin, Ireland
Ireland is legendary with or without streets but some iconic things add more charm to the place. The street has St.Stephens Green and Trinity College, two very important places in Dublin. The street road is much popular for the performances on road and statues of musicians like Phill Lynott.
6- Great Ocean Road
The road is an abode to the biggest world war memorial from the era of World War I, built by the soldiers who returned from the war. The route has some stunning sights to discover where walking along the path you can enjoy the jagged Australian coastline. This picturesque path calls you to experience the charm where you can walk for miles apart.
7- Guoliang Tunnel Road
Where: Guoliang, China
A road founded by 13 villagers to reach an extremely remote village in China. The pathway is so narrow that you would be travelling only through 12 feet however and it gets difficult to ride through but the scenic beauty surrounding the place makes more charming and that’s how the road becomes a must-visit pathway.
8- Via Dolorosa
Known as the way of sorrows, the road has a historical significance and is totally worth to be explored. This exemplary road is believed to be the road that Jesus has taken when he was going on a journey of crucifixion.
9- La Rambla
Where: Barcelona, Spain
Discover Barcelona and make sure you do explore its one of the oldest roads in the world, built around 1377. The road is completely loaded with café and bars, modern amenities moreover a sight of the oldest theatre of Barcelona. The pathway brings back the old historical charm and one should not miss exploring.
10 The Royal Mile
Where: Edinburgh, Scotland
The road which is stuffed with extremely ancient castles, buildings and lands that are actually centuries old, is a perfect place to go. The pathway is an amalgamation of contemporary stores along with businesses creating an old-world charisma. Earlier used as the ground to burn the witches, the road has also been the organizer of the Edinburgh Festival week happens annually.
11- Wall Street
Where: New York City, USA
From buildings standing tall flaunting their success stories to some prominent monuments, the road has a chaotic charm. Discussing its history, people believe that it was named after Wall Street which was erected after having some trouble with local tribes.
12- Orchard Road
Explore this iconic road of Singapore not only for the shops and bars but to soak into the bits of history. The name clearly explains the fact of it being used for pepper and fruit orchards in the early times. The pathway is the greenest, successful and busiest areas in the country.