Top 5 Avenues More Beautiful Than The Champs Elysees In The World

It seems that Avenue des Champs Elysees is still the most beautiful in the world. Okay, but we still decided to take a closer look, because avenues that have class, well … it runs the streets visibly.

1. Oxford Street in London

Start a top on the most beautiful avenues in the world by … a street? Of course, it’s in England that it happens. We drive on the left, we dream of rugby world champion when in fact no, and we run a school notebook name to a large shopping street in the city thinking to impress the barge! The British are not afraid of anything … At the same time, Oxford Street has something to tell the story with its 2.5 km long, its 300 stores including the lunar Top Shop anther of fashionable fashion made in London, passing Primark and its prices you do not want to know who makes the clothes … In short, an avenue known for its shopping and fast-food chains that still attract every year the trifle of 100 million tourists!

2. Broadway Avenue in New York

It travels Manhattan from south to north (and vice versa) for about 21 km to the Bronx and is originally named after “Brede Weg” which means “wide avenue” in Dutch. Broadway is now famous for its musicals, for Time Square and its advertising banners to twist an epileptic, without forgetting its inevitable temple of m & m’s. Further down Broadway Avenue, you’ll come across the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building in the shape of an iron, before venturing into Greewich Village and then into the SoHo neighborhood, before finally going to fiddle with the testicles of the bull of Wall Street for good luck it seems.

3. Avenida 9 de Julio in Buenos Aires

Nothing like competing with the Champs-Elysees to pump him the idea of sticking an obelisk in the middle of the busiest avenue in the city, and to ensure that tens of thousands of motorists enjoy themselves to turn around all day. But to stand out from its competitors, Avenida has decided to see things in big, finally off more precisely, since the artery is to date the widest in the world, with 140 meters of an edge to the other, against only 70 for the Parisian street.

4. Las Vegas Strip at … Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip is aptly named, because if you let go, there is a good chance to finish naked! The fault of the numerous casinos that make the curious eye along the 7 km of sidewalks that line the boulevard … and the experiences and meetings that can be done if you let go a little. The Las Vegas strip can also be lived in tourist mode, eyes wide open in front of so much bad taste that makes this oasis, a place with devastating kitsch charm. Grandview Las Vegas is the place for tourist to stay while they explore this amazing city

5. Las Ramblas in Barcelona

This artery connects 2 of the liveliest parts of the city, El Raval to the west and the Gothic district to the east. A stroll of 1,2 km marked out of unavoidable places as the market of the Boqueria for a tapas break, the Escriba pastry emblematic of the Catalan city, the mosaic “Pla de l’Os” of Juan Miro, or still theater of Liceu become Opera that can be visited between 61 and 65 of the street. Perhaps not the most “typical” avenue of Barcelona, but a must for a first visit of the city that saw Manuel Valls and especially … David Pujadas!

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