Their names echo in movies, books, songs or maybe they are known for just futile reasons
Piazza di Spagna, at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, owes its name to the Palazzo di Spagna ( Palace of Spain ), seat of the Embassy of Spain among the Holy See.
Located on top of the steps, Trinità dei Monti ( Trinity of the mountains ) is an elegant church from 16th century.
“I love Vegas. It’s like going to Disneyland” Vanessa Marcil
“Vegas means comedy, tragedy, happiness and sadness all at the same time” Artie Lange
Few people know that Longacre Square was renamed Times Square in April 1904 after The New York Times moved its headquarters to the newly erected Times Building, site of the annual ball drop on New Year’s Eve.
Upon the arrival of the Dutch, the street soon became the main road through the island in Nieuw Amsterdam
The most famous street of New York City.
Hosts prestigious boutiques, shops, parks, museums, celebratory parades, luxury apartments and serves as the dividing line for house numbering and west-east streets in Manhattan.
What’s more iconic than the yellow taxis in NYC ??
Saturday night. Nashville, Tennessee.
Time for some “Honky-tonk”.
Beale street, Memphis, Tennessee.
Following the footprints of legends like Louis Armstrong, Muddy Waters and B.B. King.
The number one street for live music in the city of Blues.
Live bands performing Blues all night long, a never-ending sequence of music venues.
The Heat index of 46°C (114.80°F) has not stopped anyone from enjoying and experiencing one of the best streets for live music in the world: Beale Street.
Used to be “Rue Royale” when Louisiana was a French colony.
This elegant street in the French Quarter has plenty of opulent antique shops and art galleries.
Road known for the Art Deco buildings, fancy bars and never-ending nightlife
Fancy bars on the left, ocean on the right.
The most iconic boulevard in Miami Beach.