Explore Some Beautiful Cities Around the World in this Summer
Tired with the heat? This summer take a break from usual office and household works. Give yourself a relaxing holiday and enjoy the beauty of this beautiful world. Here we have the list of some cities which you can enjoy during this summer. Check this out!
Amsterdam – The Netherlander
The beauty of Amsterdam is built around intricate canals, breathtaking architecture, and modern technology. It is a city vibrant in culture and has a strong presence of healthy living. Everywhere you turn, people are commuting by bicycle, sipping coffee on outdoor patios, taking in Museums, socializing with friends over great food and wine, and shopping at the many wonderful boutiques.
Barcelona – Spain
In most cities, when you want to see great art you go to a museum. Incredibly, if you’re in Barcelona, you just take a walk.Few places in the world have the wealth of architectural treasures you find in Barcelona. They include a staggering nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It’s the beauty of these sites, along with the city’s many museums, galleries, photogenic historic areas and multiplicity of good restaurants that makes Barcelona an exceptional travel experience, almost magical in some respects.
Bruges – Belgium
Located in Flanders in Belgium, very close to the North Sea, Bruges is an open air museum. Its medieval center has been extremely well preserved which explains why it is listed as a World Heritage site by the UNESCO.The city flourished in the Middle Ages, when it was a major trade center in Europe. The “Venice of the North”, as it is often called because of the many canals stretching across the city, is the perfect place to stay at for a get-away weekend.
Buenos Aires – Argentina
The city is world-renowned for its music and dance culture, its European-style architecture, and its globally influential cuisine. A little over a century ago, Buenos Aires was the richest city on the planet and this historical wealth is still omnipresent in the Argentinian capital.The city has an astounding spectrum of sights at its disposal and usually enraptures gourmets, party animals, and culture enthusiasts alike.The main nightlife district in Buenos Aires. You will find a multifaceted panoply of bars, pubs, and nightclubs which will cater to everyone’s taste and preferences.
Busan – South Korea
Busan is, one of the best cities in the Asia for travelling and living. One side are towering mountains for hiking, the other side is spotted with beautiful beaches. Giant skyscrapers hang on to the strip of land in between. You’ll find there are endless things to do in Busan. Famous as one of the best cities in Asia for expats it has all the hustle and bustle you could want but is full of friendly locals too.There are enough things to do in Busan to keep you busy forever. There is a reason why it’s such a popular expat city for engineers and English teachers. You’ll find a number of them have made a life here and built a community around bars, cafes and restaurants that they have set up.
Cap Town – South Africa
At the most southern tip of the African continent and discovered by the Portuguese and then the Dutch, the Cape is known for both its beauty and history. Flanked by towering mountains and sandy beaches, the city offers something for everyone.The sights of Cape Town are among some of the most gorgeous and breathtaking experience. Taking the rotating aerial cable way up 2,500 feet to the top of Table Mountain provides excellent views of the city – from the world cup soccer arena to its port and to the sea. Sitting downtown, you will jump out of your seat when the daily Noon Day Gun goes off signaling its colonial roots. Cape Town’s natural beauty also extends to its beaches where visitors can sit quietly in coves surrounded by rocks and sand without the hustle and bustle of shops, cafes and restaurants.
Chicago – Illinois
From Chicago’s Buckingham Fountain and Cloud Gate (aka “The Bean”), Illinois is home to some pretty spectacular sights — especially for being a cornfield-filled Midwestern state. But there’s plenty of natural and man-made beauty in this state that you probably never even knew existed, including hidden waterfalls, flooded forests, and historic structures.
Edinburgh – Scotland
Edinburgh has been voted the fourth most beautiful city in the world, coming out ahead of a string of well-known beauty sports. Indeed the Capital was beaten only by Paris, Florence and Rome in a Rough Guide poll of its readers. The Rough Guide said of the city: “It’s famed for its excellent annual festival, but there is more to Edinburgh than great comedy and arts – and according to our readers, it’s beauty.
Florence – Italy
Imagine walking through the cobblestone streets of a romantic European city perusing fine art and studying ancient architecture dating back to the Renaissance. Florence, Italy will fulfill those dreams. Considered by many as the most beautiful city on earth, a walk through the city center takes you on a journey through history and beauty at every turn. Florence truly flourished in a romantic era and couples come to this city searching for a taste of that renaissance romance. It is a place where you could rush around and see everything, but part of the charm of visiting Florence is to sit back, enjoy an espresso, and watch the world pass you by from the seat of an outdoor café.
Hamburg – Germany
Hamburg is Germany’s biggest and busiest deep water port and harbor and one of its oldest and largest cities. Its importance as a port city also gives it a deep history, reflected in its culture and its architecture. It is also the most expensive German city to live in, and one of the few cities in this country without the vibe of a laid back town. This is a proper city, traffic and all, and everybody falls in love with it. The Gateway to the World, as it is called, lies along the Elbe and has plenty for travelers to explore.Hamburg’s charm has earned it a spot in the top 10 cities to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet. Its maritime legacy dates back to the Middle Ages, when it became part of the Hanseatic League and a key port for international trade in the 19th and 20th centuries. It is, in fact, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and even today one of the wealthiest German cities.Hamburg’s cosmopolitan, multicultural soul has evolved over centuries of maritime trade. Here, you can find high-class neighborhoods with the best shops and eateries and live EDM performances at the harbor side. It invites and tempts you, and doesn’t let you rest until you’ve seen everything.
Hong Kong – China
Hong Kong’s enchanting neighbourhoods and islands offer a sensory feast. You may find yourself swaying along on a historic double-decker tram, cheering with the hordes at the city-centre horse races, or simply gazing out at the glorious harbour. Over 70% of Hong Kong is mountains and sprawling country parks, some also home to geological and historical gems. Escape the city limits on one of the world’s smoothest transport systems and spend your day wandering in a Song-dynasty village, hiking on a deserted island or kayaking among volcanic sea arches.One of the world’s top culinary capitals, the city that worships the God of Cookery has many a demon in the kitchen, whether the deliciousness in the pot is Cantonese, Sichuanese, Japanese or French.From off-the-rack Chinese gowns to bespoke speciality knives (and vice versa), the sheer variety of products in Hong Kong’s shops is dizzying. Every budget, need and whim is catered for in ‘can do’ spirit by a similarly impressive assortment of venues The city has no sales tax so prices are generally attractive to visitors.
Istanbul – Turkey
First of all, there are few places in the world where you can see so many different historic works, so many places belonging to so many different religion and sects.There are more than 3,200 mosques and nearly 400 church belonging to different religious sects, from Armenian Catholic to Greek Orthodox and from Anglican to Syriac. There are also 19 synagogues and lots of chapels. The most important characteristic of Istanbul is the fact that there is nothing ordinary. Everything is unexpected and very unique. At every corner, some surprise is waiting for you; good or bad. When you go to Paris or Madrid, you can guess more or less what type of architecture is waiting for you around the corner. In Istanbul you have art deco, art nouveau, Seljuk or Ottoman, eclectic or baroque architecture. There is an unbelievable perfect harmony.
Krakow – Poland
One of the oldest cities in Poland, Kraków has mutated from a stone age settlement into the second Polish metropolis and is continuing its rise to a great European city. Kraków is nowadays the second largest city in Poland and one of the tourism hubs in the country. The city’s plethora of cultural sights and activities have cemented its place on the list of top European city-breaks. Add to this relatively low prices for European standards and a vibrant party culture and you can see why Kraków attracts workers, students, and travelers alike.
Kyoto – Japan
Kyoto has been a place of scenic natural beauty since ancient times with little changing over the centuries. There are countless places that both inspire and enchant visitors with their fairy-tale magic and out-of-this world experiences. Nature can be found everywhere in Kyoto, from the spectacular mountain scenery of Arashiyama and swaying bamboo grove of Sagano to the endless tunnel of torii shrine gates that wind up the mountain in Fushimi, to the breathtaking bay views and crystal clear waters of Ine-cho, known as “The Venice of Japan.
Lisbon – Portugal
Lisbon is a city filled with cobblestone streets, eclectic arts and design, Gothic and Manueline-style architecture, terraced gardens, historic trams, and remodeled palaces, and so much more. While some destinations are visited for their activities, tourists are happy simply being in Lisbon as the entire city is an attraction in itself.. The city seems to come alive mainly at night as locals and visitors head to places of fun and entertainment, from the bar-blessed Bairro Alto to warehouse clubs on the river banks. On hot weekends, locals also head to the beaches of Adraga and Grande to dip in the icy ocean and enjoy fresh sea food and cold beers at seaside cafés.
Lucerne – Switzerland
Lucerne is according to many, the most beautiful Switzerland city, which has boating lake, snow-covered hills, bridges, churches and castles. It is the image of Switzerland we have already seen somewhere, perhaps on the cover of chocolate.The city lies on the shores of Lake “Four Cantons”, in central Switzerland, which is actually the cradle of the Swiss Confederation. A number of the tourists can visit Lucerne at any time of the year and with every turn to the camera you will record the beauty of the city.Lucerne is known as one of the most famous tourist destinations. It is abundant in all kinds of natural beauty. Lucerne has a background of eternal snow throughout the year, which means that during the four seasons, snow still decorates the top of the mountains of the Alps. The city of Lucerne is a place of peace and stunning beauty and certainly a great place when you want to escape from all the problems.
Rome – Italy
Seville – Spain
St. Petersburg – Russia