Prague was pretty nice :)
Rotterdam. Ok, I'm biased.
I sadly don't remember the name of it, but Norway has some great cities
Chamonix (Mont-blanc), would love to live there if I could.
Heusden - Zolder in Belgium
Kyoto and Tokyo <3 Soooo different than I used to see in EU, that was so great.
Probably Rome, it was truly mesmerizing. Apart from Rome I can recommend Copenhagen, Venice and Paris.
Annecy (France) or Bruges (Belgium)
it's hard to say since there are so many nice cities but the best ones were Barcelona , Prague and Amsterdam.
warsaw and yes i visited england, croatia, german, brazil
Just too much people - if you can block that fact out = Very nice city
I loved Budva in Montenegro
Seoul, but Rome and New York probably come close.
Hard decision, maybe Krakow or Prague
Novorossiysk, Russia, Krasnodar region!! The best city in the world! Future capital of the world! XD
Easily Munich, but thats a bit unfair, since I was born and live there. From the cities im not living in Vienna or Prague i guess
Bari,Italy by far, for everything, cheap bear, amazing girls, no tourist, hot beach, and you are close to pogliano a mare and castellana witch are amazing places. I wasn’t expecting anything there and now i’m Just in love with this town
For me, as a turk it has to be izmir. Nothing special only if you think about turkey as a whole, there are not much of cities that you can say good or even fine. But izmir comparing to others, at the top.
Great city, lots of stuff to do and see.
Auckland or Wellington New Zealand.
Miami was heaven on earth, Amsterdam is surprisingly very clean and very very nice city, any Holland city is worth living (Eindhoven, Haag), nice people, clean streets, logic order of things.
But best place to visit, live and explore is Czech Republic. We got everything from forests, hills, rivers, castles, nice cities, great food. World is worth visiting, but Czech Republic will always be the home to return to. :)
Well as a tourist standpoint London was very fun, so was Sydney. I wouldn't want to live in either of those cities though.
Hard to decide between los Angeles and Sydney
The Ypres Municipality - Belgium.
Not really a city, more of a town but anyway
Köpenhamn, Amsterdam, Marseille and Rio de Janeiro
Firenze, Italy or Drezden, Germany.
Firenze, Bergen or Annecy
New York city only city I've been to in which all of your senses are engaged at all times because you never know when you will be attacked,mugged,raped,greeted,scared,etc
Edit:Any second now someone is going to give me a city in bra16l
I'd have to say somewhere in Latvia but I can't remember where. The hotel's surroundings were just awful that's the only thing I quite remenber.
Sousse (tunisia) was a pretty nice city
Calvi, Corsica is nice imo
I'd say Gothenburg because I have not been too much overseas a lot and I fucking love Gothenburg.
Nice people, the ocean and beautiful weather compared to where I live.
Salzburg, I really like the elevation
You Europeans going to nice European cities.
Well La Habana is better in every way
Anywhere in Italy pretty much. Apart from that, Salzburg.
This one is hard. Kuala Lumpur I guess or maybe Hanoi with if I can add Halong bay.
Stockholm, Amsterdam, London
Setubal, Ajaccio, Montpellier <3
I don't travel much, I can count the amount of places I've been on one hand. I guess I'll go with Las Vegas. Very dry though, haha.
Instanbul was pretty nice
The best city I've been to is the one I'm in, and I can't disclose that information
Amsterdam or Newcastle (Uk)
for those peaceful moments
London, but its a pity that its really dangerous
Barcelona 2009 #1
Planning to visit Bupapest in 1 month
Dusseldorf - Amsterdam - Rotterdam - London - Brussels (2009-2012) all average.
Maybe Amsterdam was quite decent because of the canals i guess
Krakiv, and ukrainian Krakiv (Lviv).
Idk, for now I'll say Hong Kong.
Salsbury UK most beautiful church ever. It's 137 meters long.
Amsterdam i like their buildings, people and environment, reminds me of denmark but larger, and with alot more to offer, im also a fan of their laws on Marihuana that has boomed their economy.
Toruń in Poland
It was very beautiful town, reminded me of my hometown (Tartu in Estonia) a bit
It's the best because I visited it with my class in 9th grade as a last school trip and nobody in Poland asked questions about age, so about a half of my class (14 people) went to do delicious Soplica shots for 1eur/ea in bars. Also visited a strip club with two of my friends that night (the guard was a woman and couldn't speak either english or russian, so we used google translate and all told her we are 18-19 and obviously she let us in. We were even brought shots to our table on the house. Spent 30eur on a 15min lap dance, which also was the first time I saw a woman entirely nude and got to touch everything like the horny kid I was).
Atlantis, quite the journey to get there though.
I like ancient history so I really enjoyed York in North East England. It's some next level Viking shit.
Lived the last year in Oslo, rate 11/10.
If i were really rich, Monaco xD
Dubrovnik,Croatia - really good one maybe not the best but views are enjoyable
My top 6:
1. Vancouver, BC
2. Brugge, Belgium
3. New Orleans, LA
4. Osaka, Japan
5. Verona, Italy
Prague, it is such a beautiful city
I wish I could visit Europe, but it’s so far away. Speaking of the ones I have visited, I really liked Beijing and Hong Kong.
Moscow, Amsterdam, Marseille,
Moscow, Gotheburg and London before 2015
Los angeles and dubrovnik
Valencia was actually nice