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Top 10 World’s Busiest And Vivid Streets In 2022

They say that traveling broadens our minds. It is extremely refreshing to stroll around beautiful places, buy souvenirs, and meet locals. Things seem to get even better when you visit busy and vivid streets, enjoy your coffee among the locals, and get used to the culture of each place.

  1. Hayes Street, San Francisco
    It combines the old with the new. There are properties from the Victorian, Queen Anne, and Edwardian eras combined with modern boutique shops, restaurants, and houses. After strolling around shopping, you can have some rest for a coffee or lunch at Mano.

  2. Avenida Amsterdam, Mexico City
    It is part of the La Condesa region. You will find green areas and a pedestrian path where you can walk as many times as you like in order to explore the whole district. Apart from cafes, restaurants, and bars, there are buildings of exceptional architectural interest. You can taste some local dishes, drink your favorite cocktail, or stroll around to understand the local culture better.

  3. Deptford High Street, London
    From a rooftop, the street appears to be clean and well-organized, with plenty of space for pedestrians. The view from the top is reminiscent of a board game, with the road extending between the houses with triangle roofs. Yet another street with many shops, bars, and restaurants, but also jazz spots and galleries with art items. You can buy African snails or oats, one of a kind.

  4. Yongkang Street, Taipei
    Here is the paradise of food. The whole neighborhood is lovely, with colorful shops and houses. There you can taste some of the best tea varieties and mango ice and visit different restaurants and cafes. You will feel like a party is going on from the vivid atmosphere, the colors, the crowd, and the lights. It is part of the Dongmen neighborhood. You can try Smoothie House for desserts and Zhang Men Brewing if you want to taste craft beer.

  5. Vrnedamsvej, Copenhagen
    This busy street has a French feel. Walking along the street, you will find many cafes, restaurants, shops, and wine bars. Each shop has unique characteristics with plenty of things you can discover. The street is between Vesterbro and Frederiksberg. Well, you can visit Les Trois Cochons for some food picks or Falernum for a glass of wine and feel French in Copenhagen.

  6. Yaowarat Road, Bangkok
    This neighborhood took its characteristic formation by Chinese people when they came back to the region. So, it counts for many, many years of existence. It is part of the Samphanthawong District. When Chinese people went to the area, the road became their central spot for all the trading processes and remains till today. If you look around, you will see many Chinese labels, the characteristic colorful motorbikes, and many cars. Just walk around and taste everything your eyes will catch.

  7. Wellington Street, Montreal
    It’s about 6 km long and full of small shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars. It is the right spot to taste different dishes, starting with an exceptional brunch and continuing with a gourmet meal and a signature cocktail. There are a lot of choices, like Paname, Lili & Oli, or Bar Palco. The street starts in the Verdun area and ends in the Ville-Marie area. You can reach the street by metro through the de L’Église station.

  8. Gertrude Street, Melbourne
    It is part of the Fitzroy district in Melbourne. You will find cafes, restaurants, and bars, but also a variety of shops selling antiquities, books, or art items. The region has a local atmosphere without too much noise. Life here is peaceful and has a rhythm that gives you joy and removes anxiety. There are many options for enjoying a cafe or a meal. Some good choices are Poodle restaurant or Everleigh Bar.

  9. Great Western Road, Glasgow
    It’s six miles long, runs along St Mary’s Cathedral and Lansdowne Church, crosses the River Kelvin Bridge, and is part of Anniesland, Knightswood, and Garscadden. There you will admire some buildings of Victorian architecture, such as the Botanic Gardens and the Kibble Palace. There are many spots to enjoy your coffee or meal. You can find the one you want according to the money you want to spend. For dining, you can try Paesano and Papercup or ”The Belle.”

  10. Oranienstrasse, Berlin
    If you like strolling around in small bookstores, boutiques with clothes and accessories, and cozy cafes and restaurants, then this is the place to be when you visit Berlin. There is plenty of delicious Turkish food and bars offering signature cocktails. They are located between buildings that were rebuilt after their devastation during the Second World War. There is also vibrant nightlife in places like Roses and SO36.

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