Champs Elysses-I would say very overrated, but nice.
Bourbon Street-not what it was in the last century, but still fun.
Abbey Road-the ghost of John and George may appear.
Beale Street (Memphis)-lots of fun, good music too!
Times Square-at least once in your life!
Lombard Street (The City)-once is enough!
Nathan Road (Hong Kong)-capitalism at its best, interesting, but just once!
Steiner Street (The City)-love the painted ladies!
Khao San Road (Bangkok)-backpacker heaven, hawker stalls, old hippies.
Las Vegas Boulevard-the thrill is gone
Boulevard Saint Laurent (Montreal)-I saw Johnny Bench here
Shibuya (Tokyo)- busiest intersection in the world, and best of all, plus Hachiko
Fifth Avenue-shop until you drop, at least prior to pandemic.
Oxford Street (London)-what a big disappointment, so was Carnaby Street.
Avenue Istiklal (Istanbul)-perhaps the most fun I have had in the last ten years!
Hollywood Walk of Fame-waste of time, repeat, waste of time!
Grand Canal (Vienna)-stinks, too much sewage and litter.
Ocean Drive (Miami)-expensive, overrated
Arbat Street (Moscow)-waste of time, touristy, but clean.
Spanish Steps-everyone has been there!
Kurfurstendamm (Berlin)-I visited before and after the wall, still enjoyable.
Magnificent Mile-not what it once was
Wilshire Boulevard-lots of variety, perhaps too much!
Avenue Atlantica (Rio)-love the beach and bikinis
These are some of the famous streets I have walked. I can think of many others, Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok, Avenue de Champagne in Epernay, Red Square in Moscow, Jalan Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur, Long Street in Cape Town, Oxford Street in Sydney, The Riverwalk in San Antonio, Central Market Street in Siem Reap, Ta Hien Street in Hanoi, Florida Street in Buenos Aires, Avenida Jose Larco, in Lima, Lipscani Street in Bucharest, Ermou Street in Athens, and my favorite, Ginza, in Tokyo.
And you probably have a favorite or two??