This is said to be the shortest and widest road in the world. There are many great sightseeing spots, restaurants and shops along the way. It’s busy; so, be ready for that. *And note: if you are a tourist or new to the area, DO NOT allow ANYONE to offer to give you anything, even if it appears to be free. Too many street performers and “merchants” are exploiters of money. We had a couple of guys approach our group with doves that land on your shoulder and are very friendly. They appear to be nice and just friendly with their animals. However, once the times comes when you walk to walk on, be prepared for them to ask you for money, and if you refuse, they can get rude and chase you down until you give them something. Our translator saw this happening too late, and said, “Oh no, I forgot to tell them not to allow anyone to offer them anything.” Our party just tried to move on from the scene, but one of the guys saw that one of our girls was reaching into her purse as she was turning away, and he kept following us until she offered him some money to leave. Other than that annoyance, it’s a nice street to walk along.