This fashion-conscious city leaves you mesmerized with its monuments, museums, bistros, boulevards, and boutiques; spreading a whole lotta love!
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Hong Kong, China
Touted as Asia’s melting pot, Hong Kong houses 7 million citizens, making it one of the most densely populated cities in the world.
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The hypnotic skylines, diverse cuisine and cocktail culture, vibrant nightlife, and efficient transport system make Singapore a must-visit for every traveler.
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New York City, USA
Broadway, China Town, Times Square, Central Park, and more! There are so many things to see and try that we doubt you’ll ever get bored of the Big Apple.
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Futuristic yet traditional, Tokyo is all about the fast-paced metro life fueled by ramen and sushi existing alongside the tranquility of green spaces and mountains.
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Home to numerous international organizations, Geneva has a strong undercurrent of spectacular architecture, food, and nightlife. It’s not all business, you will see!
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The Middle East’s biggest international hub for business and leisure, Dubai is bound to surprise you in a good way.
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Apart from the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Sydney boasts a rich culture including museums, Michelin star restaurants, beautiful botanical gardens, and spirited neighborhoods.
The commercial and financial center of China, Shanghai is where you’ll discover the perfect blend of Eastern and Western cultures.
While Luanda is still growing in terms of infrastructure, it houses a lively gastronomic culture, mostly consisting of Brazilian and Portuguese cuisine.
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Istanbul is where the East meets the West. With its roots deep in the past, it is becoming one of the hottest destinations for foreigners due to its increasing interest in haute couture and vibrant nightlife.
Copenhagen will give you a taste of otherworldly towers and turrets full of past secrets lined by newer, simple yet innovative Scandinavian architecture.
Tel Aviv, Israel
Over the years, Tel Aviv has evolved from a modest port town to a bustling city that is proud of its architectural heritage, creative culture, and bustling nightlife.
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Los Angeles, USA
This starry city needs no introduction. LA’s Hollywood sign, tall palm trees, golden beaches, and the possibility of running into a movie star is enough to attract dreamers and tourists from all over the world.
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Melbourne is where you’ll find an infectious energy for art, sports, cuisine, and fashion; making it one of the most exciting places to live in.
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San Francisco, USA
Comprising hilly neighborhoods with pastel-colored Victorian homes, San Francisco is home to pioneering technology as well as innovative, local, organic farms.
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Auckland, New Zealand
The City of Sails is an excellent place to grab the opportunity to explore world-class cuisines, golden and black sand beaches, volcanic islands, and more.
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If someone wants to walk into a fairytale, we’d suggest Bern. Its picture-postcard cityscape and laidback atmosphere make it hard to believe it’s Switzerland’s capital.
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One of the fastest developing cities in the world, Beijing is the home to 6 of UNESCO’s world heritage sites.
Moscow’s humungous landmarks, close relationship with classical arts, and a penchant for lavish celebrations make it an interesting megacity to live in.
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London, United Kingdom
London is one of the most visited cities in the world, accommodating various churches, temples, and mosques along with ethnic markets and museums.
A hip and cosmopolitan metro, Dublin is known for its lively music, pubs, and friendly locals.
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A historical city, Rome’s spirited street life, art culture, and indelible ruins make it one of the most romantic cities in the world.
The financial and cultural powerhouse of Nigeria, Lagos is bubbling with the potential of becoming Africa’s hottest destination for arts and music.
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Modern yet mysterious, Milan does a great job of combining its fascinating cultural history with its ambitious, growing industrial scene.
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Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire
With skyscrapers dotting its skyline, Abidjan has a lot of character hidden in its local neighborhoods where its actual vibe comes to life.
The Finnish capital is renowned for its ingenious designs, marvelous architecture, and diversified culinary palate.
With a variety of attractions, this Thai city is perfect for every person on any type of budget and an ideal summer getaway.
The Windy City will immediately floor you with its steely buildings, enthusiasm for sports, festive spirit, and its love for academia.
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Osaka, the third largest city in Japan, is popular for its cityscape embellished with neon billboards, lip-smacking local cuisine, and shopping destinations.
Oslo offers what every big city in the world has, and at the same time retains the quaint charm of its culture and natural surroundings.
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Seoul, South Korea
Seoul is a dynamic city that gracefully houses both, 100-story tall skyscrapers as well as 1000-year old Buddhist temples.
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This 300-year old city is a wonderful fusion of different Southeast Asian and American cultures and leaves one with incredible experiences.
The Baroque streets encompassing a rich imperial past make Vienna hard to ignore. Seeped in history, it also renders one all the modern luxuries imaginable.
Apart from its high-end watches and infamous bank accounts, Zurich is packed with breathtaking landscapes, intriguing history, and some of the best chocolates in the world.