The city’s most beautiful streets.
Fortunately, these days you can afford to make a virtual journey without leaving home. For lovers of exotic we have collected pictures of the most amazing streets around the world.
Balliol College on broad street, Oxford.
Oxford not without reason called “the City of dreaming spires”. On its streets you can find buildings of all major architectural styles from Saxon to modern times.
Soi Rambuttri offers a wide range of Unicoi food.
In Bangkok, life abounds, and the alley of Soi Rambuttri, lurking in the old district of Bangkok, is no exception. After dark here, light the lamps and offer locals and tourists a popular street food.
Alexandria the second largest city of Egypt.
The port city of Alexandria located on the Mediterranean coast, welcomes you to the pedestrian boulevards in the shade of thick trees, old-fashioned cafes and one of the seven wonders of the ancient world – the lighthouse of Alexandria, built in the days of the Greeks.
Amsterdam is full of bridges and canals.
Although Amsterdam is often associated with passenger ships gliding along the sparkling canals, its cobblestone streets is gorgeous. Once you are there, you just have to see the seven bridges of Amsterdam, passing along the Central channel called Reguliersgracht.
Sousse is called “the Pearl of the Sahel”.
WMS is one of the oldest cities in Tunisia, with its colourful walls, paving stones and stunning beaches, is on the list of world heritage of UNESCO.
A view of the Basilica of St. Stephen.
Budapest – a city of just the right size to get around its attractions on foot. Admire the many architectural styles of Budapest, large old churches, stunning bridges and of the Royal castles. It is not for nothing called one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
Brooklyn, New York
Park Slope, Brooklyn
Thinking about new York, people often imagine the bustle of Manhattan, but Brooklyn mansions of brown stone, famous in his own way. Such buildings can be found around new York, but most of them in the surrounding area of Brooklyn.
Table mountain, South Africa
Table mountain is one of the most notable attractions in South Africa.
Table mountain received its name from its flat top is one of the iconic sights of Africa. It is bordered by the incredibly blue ocean, and tourists can either climb on foot or ride on the famous cable car.
According to UNESCO, évora is a town – Museum.
Evora is a charming medieval town located in the Portuguese region of Alentejo. He is so perfectly preserved that UNESCO calls it a town-Museum. Coming here tourists can stroll along the cobbled streets and explore the numerous monuments and museums.
Lindau resembles a fairyland.
If you want to see fairyland in reality, you should visit Lindau, a charming town located on the border of Germany and Switzerland. Definitely take a look at the historic city center, where colorful medieval buildings line the cobbled streets.
In Harer everywhere you will meet the walls in bright colors.
Harar – the Holy city in the East of Ethiopia, surrounded by a long wall. Inside you will dive into a maze of colored walls and mixture of traditional houses Harari and modern homes with wooden verandas.
Outback Queensland, Australia.
Outback is the collective name for a vast sparsely populated areas of Australia, most of which is covered by deserts. Their severe atmosphere the years attracted travellers mainly because in open spaces meet only animals.
In Quebec well even in winter
Even those who love summer, love winter in Quebec is one of the most ancient settlements in North America included in the world heritage list of UNESCO. Its narrow cobblestone streets, towering Church spires and shimmering garlands transform the city into a winter Wonderland where you want to stay for the whole year.
Shots of crown lands in the TV series “Game of thrones” is filmed in Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik keeps the chronicle from the 13th century. It is bordered by the sparkling waters of the Adriatic sea and here is the Old Town – one of the oldest cities of Europe, which presents the architecture of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. However, the people of Dubrovnik do not forget about the present, and can now offer the service UberBOAT, allowing easy access to the Islands.
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