UK property portal Getagent conducted a street survey of 50 scenic locations around the world using artificial intelligence (AI) eye-tracking software, which observed participants’ interest when they were presented with photographs, the time each participant spent staring and looking at them, the ones that captivated them the longest. This AI technology tracked their eye movements, revealing which images they found most captivating and which ones they lingered on the longest.
A list of 50 most beautiful streets on the planet
Thanks to this unprecedented technique, Getagent has drawn up a list of the 50 most beautiful streets on the planet, among which we find two Spanish streets, and more precisely, Andalusian streets: the Callejón de los Ciegos in Jérez, and the Cuevas del Sol in Setenil de las Bodegas, two streets in the province of Cadiz.
These two Spanish streets are in Andalusia
The first is the Callejón de los ciegos
Located inside the González Byass winery in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), occupies the 31st place and stands out for being covered with a roof of century-old vines that leaves the whole street in the shade
This typical Jerez street is located inside the González Byass winery where the famous “Tío Pepe” wine is made.
The second is Cuevas del Sol street
This street is in 34th place in the ranking and is in the middle of Setenil de las Bodegas, also in the province of Cádiz. This street, very popular with tourists visiting the region with its unique charm, is dug directly into the rock.
Here are the top 10 streets ranked by Getagent around the world
Philosopher’s Path, in Kyoto (Japan)
Main Street, in Rocamadour, Lot (France)
Via Baldassare Galuppi, in Burano, Venice (Italy)
Herbert Baker Street, Groenkloof, Pretoria (South Africa)
Lombard Street, San Francisco, California (USA)
Circus Lane in Stockbridge, Edinburgh (UK)
The Circus, Bath (UK)
Gold Hill, Shaftesbury (UK)
Lihnbaansgracht, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Orchard Road, Singapore
Dos calles españolas, between the más bonitas del mundo. La primera de ellas es el Callejón de los ciegos, in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz). The other is the Cuevas del Sol, in Setenil de las Bodegas, también en Cádiz, directly excavated in la roca.https://t.co/tMOFR0o4sO
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