20 Of The World’s Most Magical Streets Shaded By Flowers And Trees

Posted on Lifestyle 169

The Japanese observe the spring blossoms as a part of hanami – the appreciation of the transient beauty – but you don‘t need a deep, philosophical meaning to enjoy a leisurely stroll down these picturesque streets. And for those of us still in the icy grip of winter, they‘re a nice reminder of the coming spring.

Walking down such a street can be mesmerizing, but there are practical advantages, too. Apparently, tree-lined streets help with all sorts of heat-related urban problems, increase evapotranspiration (evaporation and transpiration from the Earth’s surface) and encourage walking and cycling.

Molyvos, Lesvos, Greece

1 Molyvos, Lesvos, Greece


Bonn, Germany

2 Bonn, Germany

Adas Meliauskas

Stockholm, Sweden

3 Stockholm, Sweden

Hector Melo

Valencia, Spain

4 Valencia, Spain


Washington Dc, Usa

5 Washington Dc, Usa

Paul Frederiksen

Cullinan, South Africa

6 Cullinan, South Africa

Elizabeth Kendall

Spello, Italy

7 Spello, Italy



8 Taiwan

Sue Hsu

#grafton Nsw Australia

9 #grafton Nsw Australia

Jo Hitchin

Nafplio, Peloponnese, Greece

10 Nafplio, Peloponnese, Greece

Wilson Lu

Porto Alegre, Brazil

11 Porto Alegre, Brazil 1

11 Porto Alegre, Brazil 2

Stephen Messenger

Jerez, Spain

12 Jerez, Spain

Aidan McRae Thomson

Positano, Italy

13 Positano, Italy

Agnes Alsua

Brisbane, Australia

14 Brisbane, Australia

Tamara Turcan

Tunnel Of Love, Romania, Caras-severin

15 Tunnel Of Love, Romania, Caras-severin

Andreea Vintila Kostova

Bamboo Forest, Sagano, Japan

16 Bamboo Forest, Sagano, Japan

Andreea Vintila Kostova

Wisteria Tunnel, Japan

17 Wisteria Tunnel, Japan

Andreea Vintila Kostova

Denver, Usa

18 Denver, Usa

Steve Moraco

Milton Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe

19 Milton Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe

jez bennett

Near Kano River In Kyoto, Japan

20 Near Kano River In Kyoto, Japan


17 Wisteria Tunnel, Japan