Features - My Favourite Street

Iskele Sokak, Kadıköy, Istanbul (Bige Örer)

Istanbul’s bohemian Kadıköy quarter is the city’s hippest Asian enclave. Its arts studios and Italian-built streets host part of this autumn’s mammoth Biennial show.

Albany Highway near Victoria Park, Perth

Artist Abdul-Rahman Abdullah has chosen the street that has changed alongside him since he was a child, mirroring the transformation of Perth over the years.

Articles - My Favourite Street

Plantage Middenlaan, Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a city blessed with beautiful streets filled with quirky shops and cafés for all to enjoy. The city’s Plantage neighbourhood contrasts that liveliness with a more peaceful park vibe.

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Cinnamon Gardens, Colombo

Colombo’s ritzy residential district Cinnamon Gardens is an attractive enclave of shady boulevards flanked by stately homes, art galleries, cafés, and historic buildings.

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Piazza Farnese, Rome

The side streets of Rome’s Piazza Farnese neighbourhood form the backbone of a charming local community of small businesses, boutiques, caffès, eateries, and history, all hiding in a busy metropolis.

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Kloof Street, Cape Town

Cape Town wears many hats, and thanks to its host of innovative restaurants, it is the chef’s hat that many visitors particularly want to see donned.

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Tsar Osvoboditel Boulevard, Sofia

The royal boulevard that runs through the heart of Bulgaria’s capital is full of pleasant surprises, according to Sofia native Alexander Shpatov.

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Thomas Street, Manchester

Manchester’s Northern Quarter is a vibrant, quickly changing neighbourhood, and Thomas Street bisects it, running from the atmospheric canalside area to blocks of brick buildings adorned with Manhattanesque fire escapes.

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Kemankeş Caddesi, Istanbul

The seaside suburb of Karaköy is home to the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art. The area’s grand mansions now host cafés, galleries, and groundbreaking Biennial shows.

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Great Suffolk Street, Bankside, London

Great Suffolk Street in London’s fast-changing arts quarter Bankside is a street of dreams, past and future. It travels a journey through time and place.

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George IV Bridge, Edinburgh

It’s easy to see how Edinburgh became the first UNESCO City of Literature: just walk along one of its streets.

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