Photo Broadway


The oldest and one of the most famous streets in New York is Broadway which is a wide avenue stretching from the north of the city to south.

Photo The Rocks

The Rocks

Northern end of George Street,
The Rocks,
Sydney Port,

Photo Retiro


Retiro in the north-east of Buenos Aires and is renowned as being one of the main business centres where you can buy typical leathers, stones and crafts.

Photo Barrio de Palermo

Barrio de Palermo

Palermo is one of the most popular districts in Buenos Aires. It is located in the north-east of the city and is a mainly residential area with pretty streets lined with trees and grand houses.

Photo Odaiba

Odaiba, Tokyo

Another popular attraction is the artificial island, Odaiba which is located in Tokyo Bay.

Photo Harajuku

Harajuku, Tokyo

Harajuku is renowned for its shops, offering both Japanese and western brands and it is also home to Yoyogi Park.

Photo Ueno

Ueno, Tokyo

Ueno is one of the cultural centres of Tokyo with its impressive park, museums and temples.

Photo Ginza

Ginza, Tokyo

Ginza is one of the liveliest districts in Japan where there are lots of shops and entertainment on offer. It is also renowned as the most exclusive and most expensive area in the city.