Beauty comes in different ways, but many things around the world are just absolutely stunning, just because they are – cities, rivers, buildings, parks, castles, mountains, history, and culture. We are going to present to you all of them. The list we have created is made very carefully, by tourist visits per year, by people’s experiences, by vacation quality. These places are unforgettable, so if you are having a plan of traveling the world, here’s the list of 50 Most Beautiful Cities In The World with detailed information about every single city.
1. Paris, France – City of Love and Lights
Paris – undoubtedly the most beautiful place on earth. The famous capital city of France is known to be the most romantic city across the globe. It attracts millions of tourists every year. Paris has so much to offer that you need a lot of time when you visit. With its notable museums, landmarks, restaurants, and parks, you will surely enjoy your stay in this beautiful city. Visit the Eiffel Tower, Musee du Louvre, Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris, Place de la Concorde, and many other tourist attraction sites. You will surely understand why it is the world’s most visited capital.
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2. Doha, Qatar – The World’s Richest City
Doha is definitely the heart of Qatar. With 80% of Qatar nationals living in Doha or its suburbs, it the country’s center of economic activities. This beautiful city is filled with plenty of things to do. Its streets with skyrocketing buildings, bazaars and restaurants are suddenly teeming with people. If you love evening strolls, then the waterfront promenade Corniche is the place for you.
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3. Amsterdam, Netherlands – City Where Almost Everything Is Legal
You can’t mention Amsterdam and fail to mention tulips, canals, and houseboats. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, even on a lousy rainy season. In this city, cyclists own the streets. Amsterdam has more bicycles than people living there. A boat trip is just the beginning of your vast experience in this city. Visit its unique restaurants and find out why almost everything is legal. The restaurants sell even marijuana to their clients.
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4. Venice, Italy- The Floating City
There’s something unique about this city that floats on water. It’s not even about the architecture or the cuisine, but it’s more about the feeling you get while there. Looking through the windows in Venice, you will see gondoliers passing by. Visit the bridge of sighs, Doge’s palace, and many other touristy places that will surely amaze you. Take the city’s view from the Rialto Bridge and capture that perfect moment.
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5. Kyoto, Japan -The City Of Temples
Kyoto is the cultural and historical heart of Japan. If you want to experience Japan’s best temples, shrines, restaurants, and festivals, Kyoto is the place to visit. Famous for its kaiseki cuisine and Buddhist vegetarian fare, you can also sample all the central Japanese cuisine. Go to Kyoto Botanical Gardens, one of the oldest in Japan, and experience more than 100,000 plants, flowers, and trees. A two-day stay will only be enough to see the main highlight of the city.
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6. Barcelona, Spain – The City Of Trophies
Thinking about paellas, beaches, and Gaudi? Yes! Barcelona will not offer just that! The city has much more for you. Step away from the touristy areas and fall in love with its unique atmosphere. Discover the Catalans’ way of life while enjoying a cold drink and mouth-watering Pintxo. The city is home to the Barcelona football club. One of the biggest clubs in the world. A three-day tour may just be little to visit the city’s impressive museums, galleries, and notable landmarks.
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7. Athens, Greece – Europe’s Oldest City
Athens is an old city established among seven hills and surrounded by famous mountains. Consisting of a large city center and an urban city, it presents a blend of historical and modern features. Athens is famous for its archaeological ruins and monuments. Athens is beautiful if you know where to visit. With its ancient history and buildings, everyone can agree that it is an exciting city, blessed with rich culture and past.
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8. Sydney, Australia – The City Of Glittering Harbors
Sydney is simply the best place to live on earth, as long as you can afford it. Buying a house or apartment will cost you millions of dollars. At the center of the city lies a harbor, which is the gateway to this stunning city. Sydney opera house, surrounded by water and beautiful beaches, is a must-see. Visit the Bondi beach, the Royal Botanic Garden of Sydney, the Sydney Tower Eye. You will surely need more than just a day to explore this world’s expensive city. Other most notable landmarks in the town include the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Darling Harbour.
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9. San Miguel de Allende – Mexico’s Most Beautiful Colonial Town
There’s a reason why Travel + Leisure readers chose San Miguel de Allende as their favorite city in the world. Not just once but twice in a row. The town was voted Mexico’s best, beating Oaxaca and Guadalajara. San Miguel de Allende is the most attractive city in Mexico. It has colorful buildings, tree-lined streets and lovely plazas. The tallest building in this city, with a facade of pink limestone, is the famous Parroquia de San Miguel Archangel.
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10. Havana, Cuba – The City of Vintage Cars
The fascinating experience of Cuba’s capital awaits you at every twist and turn; in the cobbled streets of Habana Vieja in the beautiful Baroque buildings, historic forts, museums, restaurants, and lively public squares.
Havana is a city made for strolling, with plenty of cultural attractions and unique activities. Listen to live rumba music on the corners of the street, Eat at restaurants where Hemingway once dined, or inhale the salt-soaked air along the Malecón—not forgetting its people. These friendly and outgoing locals are proud of their culture-rich Caribbean city. They are always willing to share their historic treasures and many hidden gems.
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11. Beirut, Lebanon – The Paris of The Middle East
The Lebanese capital commonly referred to as the Paris of the Middle East, Beirut displays the same old city charm as Paris, the French capital. It is famous for its fine Lebanese cuisine. The city has survived the war and challenging times, but it has stood the test of times and now growing into a popular tourist destination. There is a lot Beirut is known for, along with a long list of places to visit in Beirut. The notable landmarks include the Martyrs’ Square, Nijmeh Square, and Hamra Street.
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12. Cape Town, South Africa – The Mother City
Cape Town city is among the most Multi-racial towns in the world. The City sets where the water of the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean Converge with spectacular mountains facing towards the Sea. It has braved turbulent times to one of the most breathtaking cities in the world. Cape Town’s central area is situated in the City Bowl. This amphitheater shaped area begins at the edge of Table Bay backed by the iconic two Table mountains, Signal Hill, Lion’s Head. While in Cape Town, visit Company Gordon, whose fertile soils were cultivated to provide fresh produce for those old merchant ships. Parliament Buildings, National Library, and South Africa National museum found here.
This mother City, as the oldest European settlement in Africa, visits Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for 18 years. In the hinterland elegant Stellenbosch, a Nirvana for food lovers is a must! Make sure while in Cape Town to go hiking, biking, Surfing, and paragliding to whale watching trips and cage dives with great white sharks.
Read more about Cape Town HERE
13. Budapest, Hungary – The City of Thermal Springs
Budapest is known for its good looks and iconic buildings. Hungarian parliamentary building is the largest building in Hungary and the 3rd largest Parliament building in the World. Make sure you experience this engineering marvel while in Budapest. The city boasts of incredible baths befitting its acronym the”City of Spurs”.Szechnyi Chain Bridge is an engineering wonder and connects Buds and pest. Fisherman’s Bastion is an iconic monument overlooking Budapest and offers fantastic views of the City. Just a few steps are the Buds Castle where there is former Hungarian Royal Palace and Museums
Grab a cocktail or beer at Ruin pubs, at night visit Citadella. Pass by Central Market Hall for Hungarian delicacy and wines, Unwind from the busy streets at the largest City Park.
Read more about Budapest HERE
14. Buenos Aires, Argentina – The City of Tango Dance
Buenos Aires is the largest city in Argentina. It combines European architecture with a passion for soccer, Juicy cuts of meat, and of course the Tango dance. The city is a breath of fresh air thanks to many classic hotels in the city shaped by European elegance and nicknamed the Palace of South America. Some of the popular attractions are Plaza de Mayo, Cabildo, Palacio Barolo, plaza del Congress, Recoleta Cemetery, Centro Cultural Recoleta and if you love coffee La Biela is the Place.
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15. Luang Prabang, Laos – “The Jewel of Indochina”
Located in Laos it’s known for Kuangsi Waterfall the largest waterfall you need to experience and Buddhist temples.At the Waterfall Park you will see the Chinese bear Sanctuary. If you have the time and the weather is nice make a point to take a hike at the top of mount Phousi Stupa. The Walking street market is not to be missed with unique handcrafted propang items.
Read more about Luang Prabang HERE
16. Lisbon, Portugal – European City of Culture
For the lovers of taking photos and filming activity in Cities Lisbon is second to none. Literally every street, every corner you turn and restaurant you visit is going to be a filming opportunity for pictures that will impress all your friends.
Cristo Rei is incredible and so big looking the entire City of Lisbon. Ponte 25 de Abril bridge is just nearby. Belem Tower a popular defensive watchtower back in the days. Spectacular hilltop vistas in Alfama or St.Georges.plan a day trip to the palace-heavy Sintra, located 20 miles northwest of Lisbon. The famous music of Portugal is Fado, which means roughly ‘common human feeling.’ Much like its namesake, the music Fado is very emotional, if not melancholy in nature. The origins of the music are thought to be a combination of Arabic influence from Portuguese sailors and African slave music
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17. Florence, Italy – The Birthplace Of The Renaissance
Florence City is considered by many academicians to be the birthplace of Renaissance art. It contains several museums and galleries such as Pallazo Pitti and Uffizi. Belltower climb is an awesome attraction to enjoy the views of the city. Florence Baptistery and the Baptistery of St John is a sightable hall with benches inside to enjoy the sightseeing. Saint Florence Cathedral here you can see the ruins of the former Cathedral.
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18. Istanbul, Turkey – The Capital of European Culture
Istanbul is the most popular city in Turkey, and it extends to both Europe and Asia, and the majority of the population are Muslims. Istanbul is a historical and cultural city. Galata tower is a beautiful place to go and has lovely views of the port 219 feet high with a restaurant and night club on the last floor of the tower. Istanbul archeological museum contains a million items of civilization and artifacts around the world. Chora church has beautiful Byzantine art and is well worth to be there. Magnificent mosaics and frescoes depict the life of Jesus and his mother, Mary. A visit to Basilica Cistern will leave you raving about the technology ancient Romans used to build this architectural wonder and where a James Bond movie filmed in 1963. Dolmabahce Palace is a stunning palace built with 14 tones of gold and is magnificent. Travelers who love to shop should not miss a visit to Grand Bazaar. Other places to visit include Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, and Hagia Sophia.
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19. Hong Kong, China – The City of Towering Skyscrapers
This City is located on the Southern Coast of the People’s republic of China. It’s among the World’s densely populated places on the planet. The skyscrapers here looks boldly towards the future. Hong Kong offers some of the world’s most intense shopping, sight-seeing, and dining experiences. Faith is an integral part of local life and everywhere you go you smell incensed from shrines with over 600 places of worship in Hong Kong City. Honking shopping is almost a religion too from the vast shopping malls. Tax-free Hong Kong is heaven for bargain hunters! One of the busiest and prominent Ports of the world, The port of Hong Kong (Shenzhen)
For art lovers, the Museum of arts and Hongkong cultural center is the place to be. You may take the train to the Island’s highest mountain, Victoria peak to meet the giants of history culture and politics then head to the observation deck to enjoy the views of Hong Kong City. City park features statues of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Quite beaches of Hong Kong are ideal to visit too.
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20. Copenhagen, Denmark- The World’s Happiest City
Copenhagen City is Denmark’s Capital. The city has castles, palaces and Museums hence it’s rich in history. The Danish people are happy and ever-smiling and they are indeed the World’s happiest people. Copenhagen card is ideal when visiting as it gives you access to 79attractions in the City. Tivoli garden is a park in this city where you will find amazing rides such as the Roller coaster, Ferris wheel, dragons boat, and much more. If you are photogenic Rosenborg Castle is a place to visit the architecture that is intricate and beautiful inside. Christiansborg Palace is a stunning government building.
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21. Jerusalem, Israel – The Most Holy City
Jerusalem is among the World’s oldest cities and is considered holy City with three religions; Christianity, Judaism and Islam, The Abrahamic religions. Most restaurants here offer ‘kosher’ food. The walled one-kilometer area in the center of Jerusalem is divided into four quarters: The Jewish Quarter, The Armenian Quarter, The Christian Quarter and The Muslim Quarter, and is home to some of the most important religious sites in the world
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22. Krakow, Poland – The City of Churches
Krakow dates back to the 7th Century and it’s Poland’s cultural and education center. It was used as an administrative center during world war II. The largest market in Europe is found here; Rynek Glowny. Cloth Hall is ideal if searching for City Souvenir. St. Mary’s Basilica church is found here one you normally read on travel guides and blog posts. It is a perfect place for taking photos. For best view of the City climb the tower of St.Mary’s Basilica.
Read more about Krakow HERE
23. Bruges, Belgium – The Love Making City
Bruges is a lovemaking City. The Minnemeer (Lake of Love), for instance, was named for the romance between Mina and her warrior sweetheart, Stromberg; their folkloric tale ends tragically with the girl’s death, but Stromberg buried her underneath the little lake, and now every couple that kisses on its bridge is promised, everlasting love. It was once a neglected duckling to appreciated swan. You can explore Brugges by boat rides along the canals. While here make sure to experience the mighty fine dining as Bruges has top-notch gastronomic realm.
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24. Busan, South Korea – “The City of Film”
This one city that you can not miss. Be sure to catch a train with no driver to town due to the advanced technology in this City. Taejong dae resort is also a nice place at the coast to visit with a 250-meter cliff above sea level famous for rock beach and majestic scenery. Haedong Yonggungsa temple a popular Buddhist temple located at the coast with magnificent views of the ocean. Busan sea life aquarium has over 50 species of fish, algae, reptiles, and amphibians here you will be able to experience a thrilling scuba dive with the sharks. Gwangandaegyo Bridge offers breathtaking views of the town and it is equipped with LED lights and showcases awesome lighting exhibitions. Gamcheon cultural village will be a nice place if you are photogenic and it has a bunch of bright colorful houses, brightly decorated alleys with murals and sculptures with all these in one place Busan city is a fantastic place to visit.
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25. Dubrovnik, Croatia – The Pearl of The Adriatic
This is a Mediterranean city with a great history and one of the most important economic and cultural centers of Croatia. It is a stone and Pedestrian only City. Open-air living is the name of the game in Dubrovnik and that includes dining. Grilled dishes and local seafood are specialties of Croatia. A better way to experience Dubrovnik is to go see the medieval walls and a walk through the entire loop takes approximately 2 hours. The city is compact hence easy to walk and will recommend walking the streets of this old town. Walk along the Stradun a filming location for episode IX Star Wars. Make sure to take a ride on the cable car for an amazing aerial view over the city. Other interesting places to visit in Dubrovnik are Port Lovrijenac and for a fan of Games of thrones, you can take a tour of Kings Landing at Pile Bay a blackwater bay, and make sure to go wine tasting at D ‘vino wine bar.
Read more about Dubrovnik HERE
26. Cartagena, Colombia – A city in Walls and Beautiful Women
Cartagena is one of the most colorful, gorgeous and romantic city you will ever be at. The Colombians are very friendly and welcoming. The walled City picturesque street(La Ciudad Amarullada) is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas is an incredible fortress built by the Spanish. To taste local dishes take a street food tour. Visit mud Volcano at El Totumo where you can have a massage in a bubbling thick mud. Mercado de Bazurto is the biggest wet market. Grab a beer and some fried fish with coconut rice at Playa Blanca white beach and walk the city Walls or ride in a Horse Drawn Carriage.
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27. Edinburgh, Scotland – The Word’s Number One Festival City
While in Edinburg I recommend taking a bus tour at the foot of the Scott monument on Waverly bridge and visit the Scottish parliament. To celebrate and explore Scottish history from primeval age to the modern era visit the National Museum of Scotland directly across the road is Greyfriars Bobby a statue commemorating Greyfriars Bobby. Edinburgh Castle is the most popular attraction in the city. If you are a lover of comedy take a seat at the stand night comedy club. Other places to visit here are princes street Gardens, National Galleries of Scotland, Royal botanic garden Edinburg and theatre shows.
Read more about Edinburg HERE
28. Quebec City, Canada – A City Where Sun Rises at 4:51 am During Summer!
Quebec is the only walled city in North America and most people here are French-speaking. The city is divided into two; The upper town(Haute village) known for the military’s citadel and iconic landmarks such as Chateau Frontenac and City Fortification. The lower town(Basse Ville) is known for its settlement, picturesque, narrow building, and City stone building. On the actual foundation of Quebec city is Place Royale.
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29. Hamburg, Germany – The City With Most Bridges
This is the second-largest city in Germany and visiting Hamburg maritime city is one of the top reasons to travel to Germany. Here you can explore medieval buildings, view the world’s largest model railway, and walk historic footbridges. In the town hall, you can discover Hamburg’s history and if you want to shop until you drop go to Jungfernstieg. For amazing priceless artworks Kunsthalle Hamburg, if you have time, is worth it.
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30. Jaipur, India – The Pinky City
The pink city of Rajasthan is not only pink but considered the most colorful city in India. A combination of modern experiences and Indian culture. The pink color is the color sign for hospitality. Jaipur has forts, food, museums, monuments, shopping among other things. Buildings here are painted in pink color and the use of any other color is illegal. Hawa Mahal is a perfect blend of Mughal and Rajput Architecture, here the royal women can enjoy festivals and events without coming down the streets. Jal Mahal is a water palace in Jaipur. Amer fort is popular with travelers too.
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31. Queenstown, New Zealand – The Adventure Capital of The World
This beautiful city at the South Island of New Zealand is the adventure City of the world thanks to attractions like Glenorchy, Lake Hayes, Wanaka, and Arrow town among others. You should also include a trip to Mount Cook, Milford Sound and Nugget point to be able to see the best this city has to offer.
Read more about Queenstown HERE
32. Muscat, Oman – The City of Dazzling Souks and Seafood
Muscat blends well the ancient and the modern; a beautiful and diverse city in the Middle East. Explore the heartland of the city at Old Muscat Gate Museum then wander to bait Al Zubair Museum thereafter take a slow walk to Mutrah Corniche Enroute you will come across Kaluh park for young couple and families. Later you can visit Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque and enjoy Dhow cruise at sunset.
At the Mutrah fish market which is super clean, you will see lots of huge fishes and seafood you will be shown the heart of fish still pumping after being killed this shows how fresh the seafood is here.
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33. London, U.K. – The Most Popular City in Europe
London is one of the word’s largest and popular cities offering thousands of things to do to visitors including museums, palaces, amazing parks, world-class theatres, and historical sites. Planning a trip to London is usually overwhelming especially to first-timers since there are a lot of choices. Such places are parliament Square and Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Churchill War Rooms, St James Park, Buckingham Palace among others. The good news is that London is well connected with trains hence navigating to various destinations will be much easier.
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34. Chefchaouen, Morocco – The Blue Pearl of Morocco
This City is built on a hill so be prepared for a lot of uphill walking and it certainly it feels like a mountain hike when you get at the top. There are narrow streets where cars can’t access. Locals here are French speaking and also consider left hand to be dirty if you use left hand while here try to be right handed .Remember to carry toilet paper as they are never provided in toilets here. Most buildings are blue in paint.Dar baibou has impressive Moroccan style tile work. Casa Parleta riad is stunning.
Read more about Chefchaouen HERE
35. Charleston, South Carolina – The best Tourism City in the U.S.
Charleston is a colorful and lively southern city known for its numerous places of worship whose spires dominate the skyline. Conde Nast took on the daunting task to name it “the best city in the world” south Carolina is sweeter than tea adding to the historical Southern colonial homes. Getting enough of this city is not easy since every time of visit offers a totally different experience. You can’t get enough of the King Street shopping, the nightlife and the beaches on the coast. Charleston has enough to offer for everyone. Hotel Bennett is a good place to stay since it is surrounded by all the best shopping malls and dream restaurants and the rooms are beautiful too. Charleston streets are filled with palms which are indeed amazing scenery. The Charleston ghost tours reveal the dark side of city history.
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36. Seville, Spain – “The heart of Spain”
Seville as a destination is on the top wish list for any traveler. The capital boasts architecture that is magnificent, gorgeous gardens and history. The Royal Alcazar of Seville is one of the city’s best sight with geometric set flower gardens. A two-minute walk from the Royal Alcazar lies the largest cathedral in the world and the third-largest church and exploring it is one of the best things. You will see also La Giralda, the bell tower where you can walk on top of it. Visit also the Casa de Pilatos a beautiful palace in Seville. A good flamenco show will be an unforgettable experience.
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37. New York, U.S. – The City That Never Sleeps
The City that never sleeps, The Big Apple, Gotham: whatever the name, New York City has something for every traveler. A city with swanky hotels and restaurants, bars, and attractions coming up all time. This a city with constant flux. Many of the best sites to visit are within the walking distance from each other. The Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, and many famous world museums are found in this greatest city. Attractions like the High Line and One world observatory that offer unique perspectives of the city have recently popped up. There are an endless array of things to see in New York City
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38. Isfahan, Iran – The Half the World City
Isfahan is among the most historical cities in Iran with magnificent and beautiful monuments, palaces, mosques, bazaars, and bridges. James Mosque of Isfahan is agreeable by most tourists as the best beautiful site of Iran. Palaces to visit in Isfahan are Chehel Sotoun Palace, Hasht Behesht Palace. Museums include the Isfahan music museum, Vank cathedral. Bridges to visit in Isfahan are the Si-o-se-pol bridge and the Khaju bridge.
Read more about Isfahan HERE
39. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – The Marvelous City
Rio de Janeiro has golden beaches, mountain sceneries, spirited soccer matches, and samba nightlife. The Marvelous Rio de Janeiro has an iconic Christ the Redeemer statue at the top of Mount Corcovado and the cinematic seaside backdrops of Ipanema and Copacabana beaches. The city has sizzling sirloin for steak lovers.
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40. Rome, Italy – The Eternal City
Rome has been around for more than three thousand years and carries the history of Italy with a dolce vita lightness of heart. Early Christian places of worship and classical ruins stand next to and sometimes lie beneath Baroque fountains and Renaissance palazzos. There are many trattorias, buzzing apperetivo scene, and quirky shops.
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41. Shanghai, China – “The City on the Sea”
This is the most developed city in China competing with Hong Kong to being the major financial center of both China and Asia. Shanghai is a perfect blend of ancient and modern. Tai Chi rituals in Jing park is performed by locals here. You can take the ferry across the Huangpu River to Pudong where you can see the tallest buildings in the world. The city is a paradise for fans of food, you can try hand-pulled noodles and spicy dumplings from the street.
Read more about Shanghai HERE
42. Saint Petersburg, Russia – World’s Northmost City
St. Petersburg is the most beautiful city in Russia with multiple channels and rivers. The best time to visit this city is during summer. It is difficult to decide on places to visit since there are a variety of options but there are iconic must-visit places in St Petersburg. a full day city tour of main attractions includes a visit to Peter and Paul fortress, St. Isaac Cathedral, the Hermitage, and church of the Savior on spilled Blood. You can take a boat ride through channels or rivers to get an absolutely different view of the city.
Read more about St. Petersburg HERE
43. Vancouver, Canada – The Hollywood North
Vancouver has held the moniker “Hollywood North” because of movies and Tv shows that have been filmed here such as, Once upon a time, The Flash, The 100 among many others. Some of the Hollywood locations to visit in Vancouver are Hatley Castle, Orpheum Theatre, Gastown, Art Gallery, Stanley Park, Playland, and marine building.
Read more about Vancouver HERE
44. Tallinn, Estonia – Reval City
Tallinn is the Capital city of Estonia and if you do not know much about it you will be surprised by what you will find here. Here public transport is free for all residents of Tallinn. Free internet access is a basic right in Estonia and thus there is free access everywhere. Who considers Estonia’s air as the cleanest in the world. The city has amazing sites to see such as the old town of Tallinn, Balti Jaama Turg market, Telliskivi which is considered the creative center of Tallinn, Kalamaja quarter with wooden houses is worthwhile.
Read more about Tallinn HERE
45. Vienna, Austria – City of Music and Dreams
Vienna lies at the heart of Europe and is the capital of Austria. The city is a melting pot of numerous history, nations, and cultures. The weather here is oceanic and you will definitely enjoy nice weather whenever you decide to visit. Germany is the official language and the Euro is the official currency. The city of dreams has indeed much to offer and planning a trip here will be overwhelming. The Prater, Stephansdom, Schonbrunn, and the Habsburgs are some of the attractions Vienna has to offer among others. Vienna city has breathtaking castles and palaces as well as historical churches.
Read more about Vienna HERE
46. Singapore – Most Expensive City for Living
Singapore is a cosmopolitan city-state and one of the world’s leading economic centers in shipping and banking. Visiting Singapore on a budget commonly known as backpacking is not a good idea here since it is expensive by Southeast Asians with things costing double compared to other regions. One can eat at the Boat Quay, see the supertrees at the Gardens near the bay. Party animals can hang out and party on Sentosa. If you have time you can visit Singapore Zoo and hang with the merlions. You can as well take a trip to Pulau Ubin island.
Read more about Singapore HERE
47. Prague, Czech Republic – The City of Hundred Spires
Prague is the capital city of the Czech republic nicknamed the City of a hundred spires. Prague offers a mixture of music, art, film, dance, and theater. It is a beautiful and romantic city with breathtaking views. The city even with its age of a thousand years it still a thriving modern city with trendy pubs and restaurants. Some of the famous attractions in Prague are the Prague Castle, Old Town Square, and Charles bridge among many others. The people of Prague are friendly and welcoming.
Read more about Prague HERE
48. Dublin, Ireland – The Silicon Valley of Europe
Dublin is a fun city to visit due to its vibrancy and friendly Dubliners who are welcoming and inquisitive. It is expensive though. Although Jameson is no longer made here a visit to Jameson distillery will enable you to explore how it is made and its history. I will recommend Guinness storehouse as well popularly known as the Guinness museum and learn about the history and how it is made. Other amazing places to visit while in Dublin are the Dublin Castle, St Patrick’s Cathedral, and the Phoenix and St Stephen’s Green park.
Read more about Dublin HERE
49. Lucerne, Switzerland – The “Luminous” City
Lucerne is popularly known as the City of Lights because of the miracle associated with it were a legend told a story that the early settlers were given a light to be shown where to build a Chaplin in honor of St. Nicholas the patron of fishermen and sailors. The city can be accessed both by air, water, rail, and road thanks to its central locality. The Chapel Bridge is a landmark for Lucerne and is the oldest wooden bridge in Europe. While here you can ascend Mount Pilatus and Mount Rigi. To enjoy and learn about the culture visit various museums such as The Richard Wagner Museum and Lucerne Culture and congress center.
Read more about Lucerne HERE
50. Quito, Ecuador – The City in The Middle of the World
Quito is both the cultural and political capital for Ecuador with a mix of Spanish architecture and modernity. Here you can visit the old monasteries, Cross the equator, go to El Panecill, explore various markets and spend time in the Old Town. It is in Quito where you will experience the World’s second-highest cable car located on the eastern of Pichincha Volcano.
Read more about Quito HERE