The British magazine Monocle has released a list of 25 vibrant cities of the world for the tenth consecutive year. The magazine has prepared this list after examining the standard of living of cities, their transport system and places to eat late night.
So if you also want to visit these 10 beautiful cities with me, then you will stay with us, we will tell you here the names of these 10 beautiful cities which are famous all over the world for their beauty.
1. Munich (Germany)
Munich is located south of Bavaria on the Isar River, famous for its beautiful architecture, exquisite culture, and the annual Oktrfest Beer Festival. The cultural scene of Munich is second to none in Germany.
2. Tokyo (Japan)
Tokyo is famous for anime, electronics, manga and video games. Akihabara if all this happens. It becomes a forest of electric lights and colors at night, providing a sensory overload for visitors.
3. Vienna (Austria)
Vienna The imperial capital of Austria offers a unique combination of imperial traditions and impressive modern architecture. It is famous for its cultural events, imperial sites, cafes, cozy wine taverns and very special Viennese charm.
4. Zurich (Switzerland)
Zurich is an upmarket banking city and financial capital of Switzerland. Therefore, it is no surprise that it is often labeled as the most expensive city in the world. Zurich is famous for luxurious lifestyles, high-end shopping and fancy chocolate.
5. Copenhagen (Denmark)
Copenhagen is a unique city, characterized by its canals, cycling culture, strong economy and happy locals. It is truly known as being the happiest city in the world due to its shorter workdays, free college tuition, more vacation days, and levels of personal interaction
6. Berlin (Germany)
Berlin is the capital of reunited Germany. Berlin is famous for the Berlin Wall, museums, architectural buildings, opera, clubs, and theaters. Berliners are known for their sense of humor and quickness to give a witty answer. Berlin has a pleasant and charming atmosphere.
7. Madrid (Spain)
Puerta del Sol in Madrid is probably the most famous place in the city. Among other things, it is well known for being the place where people gather on December 31 to celebrate the New Year. In addition to that, the plaza is also the point where the six main roads in Spain begin.
8. Hamburg (Germany)
Hamburg, the largest city in Germany after the capital of Berlin, sits at the head of the long funnel-shaped estuary of the Elbe River. … The city is best known for its famous port area, the port of Hamburg
9. Melbourne (Australia)
Melbourne is Australia’s cultural capital, known for its music, art centers and museums, and art celebration and expression. It has been classified, year after year, as the “most livable city” and it is not difficult to see why.
10. Helsinki (Finland)
Helsinki delights travelers with its waterfront scenery, diverse architecture, world-famous design, and Nordic cuisine. Finland’s capital is compact enough to explore on foot, and many renowned hotels are in the thick of the action.