Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Walk The World's Most Historic Streets

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is picture perfect and draws 300,000 people daily. Just over 1.2 miles long, this straight tree-lined road links two of Paris' main attractions.

Avenue Des Champs-Élysées, Paris

Abbey Road in Camden, north London, may look like any other street in this enormous city. On August 8, 1969, at 11:35am, the Beatles and photographer Iain Macmillan had 10 minutes to make the iconic shot of the band crossing the road.

Abbey Road, London, UK

Via Giudecca, Burano's most popular street and canal, overlooks the lagoon with its vividly colored buildings.

Giudecca, Burano, Italy

Bourbon Street, New Orleans' loudest thoroughfare, is known for parties. The 13-block French Quarter area has bright lights, pulsing music, and wrought-iron balconies.

New Orleans' Bourbon Street

Calle Ciegos, located at Bodega Tio Pepe in Jerez, is famous for its dense grapevines that cover the roadway.

Calle Ciegos, Jerez, Spain

The three blocks of downtown Memphis' Beale Street are an American classic for music. Blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, country, and R&B meet here, and notable musicians have performed here.

Beale Street, Memphis

The entire UNESCO World Heritage Site of Alberobello has picture-perfect streets. Puglia's white-washed limestone trulli dwellings with conical rooves are famous.

Streets Of Alberobello, Italy

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