Features - My Favourite Street

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.

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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Madison Avenue, New York

Suite 1521 founders Lizzie Tisch and Kim Kassel share what makes Madison Avenue from 70th to 79th Street on the Upper East Side special.

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Finikoudes, Larnaca

Larnaca’s palm-strewn promenade is, to Cypriots, a Mediterranean version of Miami. Artist and gallery owner Savvinos Paraskeva shares some of his favourite spots along the seafront.

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My Favourite Street Barcelona

Catalan painter and sculptor Samuel Salcedo reveals the secrets of the beautiful Eixample area of Barcelona. With its list of prestigious art galleries, unique modernist architecture, and outdoor dining, it is a cultural feast.

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Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a city that celebrates culture with a juxtaposition of local and international flavours.

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Jermyn Street, London

Home to perfumers, barbers, tailors, and a certain Fortnum & Mason department store, this oft-overlooked London street revels in its long history and quirkiness.

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Budapest - Hungary

Carolyn Bánfalvi, author of Food Wine Budapest and co-owner of tour company Taste Hungary, loves Budapest’s seventh district for its mix of old architecture and history combined with cool new cafés and shops.

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Bangkok

Jatujak weekend market is the largest of its kind in the world. Here visitors (of which there are approximately 200,000 each day) will find anything and everything from live animals to world-class antiques and contemporary art.

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