Spain’s two roads are considered one of the most beautiful roads in the world

British real estate portal getagent A study has been developed to explore the world’s most beautiful roads based on artificial intelligence. Among those considered the most beautiful are two Spanish roads, one in Jerez de la Frontera and the other in Cetanil de las Bodegas, both places belonging to the province of Cádiz. If you want to know what these roads are, then here we talk about them.

Alley of the Blind, Jerez de la Frontera

One of the most beautiful streets in Spain is eI The street of the blind, in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), which occupies 31st place of grade, It is located inside the González Bias Winery (known as Tio Pepe) and one of its undeniable attractions is its “roof” which is covered in vines. Instagram account @contactoinfografico provides this picture:

Caves of the Sun, Cetanil de las Bodegas

As we already know, the streets and buildings of the Cetanil de las Bodegas are carved under the rock in such a way that it attracts attention for being the Cuevas del Sol A road located “under the rock”.

Surya Caves

most beautiful roads

None of the 10 most beautiful roads in the world are in Spain, but we do find them scattered throughout the rest of the world: Japan, France, Italy, the United States… Here we tell you what they are:

1. Philosophical Path in Kyoto (Japan)
2. Main Street, in Rocamador, Lot (France)
3. Via Baldasare Galuppi, en burano, Venice (Italia)
4. Herbert Baker Street, and Groenekloof, Pretoria (South Africa)
5. Lombard Street in San Francisco, California (United States)
6. At Circus Lane, Stockbridge, Edinburgh (UK)
7. The Circus in Bath (UK)
8. Gold Hill in Shaftesbury (UK)
9. Lichenbamboograchhtain Amsterdam (Netherlands)
10. In Orchard Road, Singapore

the road is called Philosophical Path (Kyoto) It is considered the most beautiful. The photo was taken by the digital creator whose Instagram account is @Saito8810.

The one which is considered the second most beautiful is located France, Specifically, it’s Rue Principal in Rocamadour, Lot. We can find the image thanks to an Instagram account called @kristel.petit.11. It’s a road that can totally make us feel like we’re in the Middle Ages