We present you some of the most beautiful streets in the entire of Europe, so you should be sure to visit them as they combine great things to do and places to eat or shop, with their beauty and sense of history.
This place will probably take you back in time. The Shambles is regarded as one of the best preserved Medieval streets in the continent. You can stroll down the historic street and shop or eat at one of its funky establishments. But most people come here for the architectural structures, which date back to the 1500s.
Champs-Elysees is listed as one of the world’s urban wonders, along with such sites as Brasilia, Passeig de Gracia, and Pombaline Lisbon. This boulevard is probably the most famous in the entire Europe as it stretches from the Triumphal Arch to a public square. And all the way you could see great buildings, shops and cafes.
Passeig de Gracia
A trip down Passeig de Gracia would introduce you to very unconventional architecture. It is the most famous avenue in Barcelona and is where you would find high-end shops and luxury brands.
Gran Via may have taken more than two decades to be completed, but the wait was worth it. The avenue is the city’s main thoroughfare and has ornate buildings and great examples of 20th century architecture.
Stockholm’s Gamla Stan or Old Town has several cobbled streets that you can explore. You can shop, stroll and rest amidst colorful buildings. You can check out the coffee shops here as well.