It's only a block long, but has eight hairpin turns. This is San Francisco's Lombard Street.
One of the most popular stops in San Francisco, Lombard Street is considered the most crooked street in the world.
Our Denver7 crew talked to some tourists from China, who brought tea to celebrate the occasion.
"She really likes tea, so she wants to do it everywhere" said one tourist.
We even ran into a couple of locals who feel that everyone should experience the historic site.
"It's a place everyone needs to go" said Tracy Brandi.
Tracy and her husband Al told Denver7 anchor Anne Trujillo, they always take their guests to Lombard Street.