1. Walk down memory lane on Stone Street in New York City.
2. Experience cartoonish splendor on the blue streets of Chefchaouen in Morocco.
3. Surround yourself with sick street art on Hosier Lane in Melbourne.
If street art is your thing, you may envision every street to be like Hosier Lane in Melbourne, Australia. Everything from the building walls to the trash bins on this iconic cobblestone street are adorned with stunningly sophisticated (and often politically charged) urban art, including yarn bombing and lightboxes.
4. Get dwarfed by nature on Bamboo Street in Kyoto.
5. Get your Wild West on while walking down Exchange Avenue in Fort Worth.
6. Get a tad whimsical on London's Lancaster Road.
7. Dabble in magic on Bregagh Road in Ballymoney, Ireland.
If you've ever wanted to feel like the fairest fairy tale princess or a certain hobbit on a mission, get thine butt to Bregagh Road and marvel at the majesty of The Dark Hedges. Intertwined beech trees, planted in the 18th century, line this spellbinding street.
8. Travel the world strolling the Saint-Laurent Boulevard in Montreal.
Saint-Laurent Boulevard, known affectionately as "The Main," is a Canadian cultural mecca. The massive street serves as the physical division between east and west, running through many different ethnic communities such as Little Italy, Little Portugal, and Chinatown.
9. Witness an IRL screensaver on Avenue of the Baobabs in Menabe, Madagascar.
10. Rose-tint your world on Heerstraße in Bonn, Germany.
Transport yourself into a scene straight out of a classic romance film when walking hand-in-hand with bae on the stunning cherry blossom-lined street of Heerstraße. The pretty pink trees start blooming around mid April for about two to three weeks, so plan your trip out here accordingly!