Melbourne and Mykonos named “most beautiful streets in the world”


CNN Travel conjugated a list of the 21 most beautiful streets in destinations around the world.

With their walking tour extending from China to India, and USA to Portugal, and conveniently, Greece to Australia.

The renowned travel journal listed Melbourne’s Hosier Lane among the worlds top competitors for beautiful streets.


CNN noted Melbourne’s “international reputation” for its street art. The publication shared Hosier Lane’s prevalence in Melbourne’s art scene and how the area is a reflection of the work of thousands of graffiti artists from around the world.

Another relevant contender amongst the top winners was Mykonos Town.


The notable travel blog commented on the popularity of Mykonos and its consistent visual culture. They were particularly moved by the “narrow alleyways lined with whitewashed shops and homes, with red, blue and yellow shutters and doors providing an added splash of colour.”




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