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A Guide To The Best Cities In The World

When it comes to experiencing the world, there’s no better way to do so than to visit some of its most magnificent cities. Traveling is an opportunity to experience other cultures, nationalities, and destinations. When you visit some of the major cities a country has to offer, you see a dense collection of cultural elements from that and many other nationalities. Visiting bustling cities is a chance to really have your eyes opened and experience as much as you can from your travels in a short space of time; you can’t explore every quaint little town in every country, as much as you might wish you could. Here’s a guide to the best cities in the world.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Let’s start off by talking about one of the most intriguing cities in the world. It might face some competition in the future but there’s no denying that Dubai is the most mind-blowing megacity on the face of the earth. With architecture that is both lavish and overwhelming, the city’s skyline rises far higher than the human field of vision. It’s hard enough to get your head around in pictures but it’s even more glorious in person. There’s something for everyone, whether you want a real-life camel ride or you’d rather ride in the cable car over the city because you’re more interested in the contemporary beauty of all those modern manmade structures. It’s truly a city like no other and that’s enough to make it one of the best cities to visit in the world.
London, England.
Where to even begin with this fantastic capital? London has far more to offer than rain and a slightly chequered history. The latter is fascinating, of course, but it’s the way in which this city’s past merges with its modern culture that makes the capital such an exciting place to explore. With the ever-growing skyline of pretty architectural masterpieces on one side of the Thames and historic buildings such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament on the other, there’s a lot to take in on a visual level.
Of course, it’s the culture of the city which gives it some heart. If you head to bars such as Bunga Bunga in Covent Garden, which has burlesque, variety shows, and other forms of entertainment on offer, then you’ll get a real idea of the vibrant nightlife to be found throughout this great city. London also has beautiful art on display in the National Gallery if you’re looking for a daytime cultural experience. The list of things to do in the capital really does go on but we’d be here for days discussing it.
Prague, Czech Republic.

This huge capital of the Czech Republic offers beautiful contemporary and historic architecture. The beautiful city of Prague lies by the equally-beautiful Vltava river and is one of the most intriguing cities to visit in Europe. The food will impress you, above all else, because the local cuisine on offer in the capital is absolutely delicious. Head to quaint little places such as Café Savoy for breakfast and you could treat yourself to meals such as gruyere omelettes and French toast. One of the traditional Czech foods that you certainly need to try whilst you’re visiting this city is Goulash. It might be tasty anywhere else but it’ll blow your tastebuds away when you try it in Prague.
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