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The Best US Streets to Walk Down

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The Best US Streets to Walk Down

If you’re looking to get a real feel for America, the heading to some of the country’s most iconic streets is a great way to explore.

In this post, we take a look at some of the best streets to walk down in America.

Times Square, New York

Times Square in New York is great for photographers, shoppers, and anyone looking for a great nightlife scene.

It’s a street best experienced at night, but shops like Forever 21, M&M World, Oakley, and Disney can all be found in the area.

Flashing lights, crazy shop fronts, and even a fairground await!

Lombard Street, San Francisco

If you’re looking to fill out your photography portfolio or grow your Instagram profile, then Lombard Street should be on your to-do list!

Lombard Street is one of the windiest streets in the state and leads you right to one of the best views of the Bay, Bay Bridge, and the rest of the city.

Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood

What more can be said about Hollywood that hasn’t already been said?

Sunset Boulevard is great for iconic views, people watching, and nightclubs.

Grab yourself an open top car and a pair of shades and take in one of the most iconic settings on the planet.

The street itself follows the arc of the mountainside which marks the home of the Hollywood sign.

Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC

If you’re a history buff, then Pennsylvania Avenue will be right up your street.

One of America’s most famous roads, Pennsylvania Avenue is a must. With parades, processions, and protests, you’ll experience a little taster of America’s culture.

On one side of the of the street, you have the White House and the other the Capitol Building.

Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

Fancy shopping until you drop? Rodeo Drive in Beverley Hills could just be the best street in America to walk down.

The international fashion capital has more than 45 incredible stores that line the expensive two-mile street.

Rodeo Drive is well-known for the famous scene in Pretty Woman when Julia Roberts gets her ‘rags to riches’ makeover.

A street made for window shopping, people watching, and grabbing a macchiato to go!