From beautiful architecture to shopping streets, historic blue walls and tree-lined avenues, these are superb strolling spots.
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The Philosopher's Walk for cherry trees - Kyoto, Japan
This is a not-to-be-missed walk. Stroll down the path that sits next to the canal, which runs between Ginkaku-Ji and Nanzen-Ji for some magical floral snaps.
Cockburn Street for architecture and design - Edinburgh, Scotland
Walk the winding roads that cut through the medieval neigbourhoods to appreciate the Victorian architecture and design that tower above and all around you.
Herbert Baker Street for Jacaranda trees - Pretoria, South Africa
Between September and November our capital, Pretoria or Tshwane changes into the City of Jacaranda. Walk the streets to view the purple blooms or go check it out from the vantage point of the Klapperkop Nature Reserve.
Rua Luis de Camoes for the Umbrella Sky Project - Agueda, Portugal
Go during July, August and September to see this colourful paradise of wonder as the Umbrella Sky Project forms part of the Agitagueda Art Festival which is held this time of year.
Blue City for the blue buildings - Jodhpur, India
This is the perfect place to get lost. Walk the alleyways or go up to the fort where you'll get the best view of this very special city.
Hosier Lane for its street art - Melbourne, Australia
The ideal Instagram spot! Street artists from all over the world come here to add their unique graffiti stamp to these walls.
The Dark Hedges, Bregagh Road for mature beech trees - County Antrim, Northern Ireland
This magical spot is one of the most photographed streets in Ireland. Fun Fact: It was used as Kingsroad in Game of Thrones.
Via dei Coronari for Roman cafés - Rome, Italy
As Italian as it comes! This beautiful street should be explored with a slow stroll. Stop by the authentically Roman cafes and grab an espresso or gelato.
Mykonos Old Town for the narrow whitewashed alleyways - Mykonos, Greece
The narrow walkways get so full over summer time, that it's best to visit them earlier in the day rather than later. The whitewashed alleyways are home to restaurants, bakeries, shops and bars. The only place to be if you're not on the beach!
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