25 Cities You Need To See At Least Once In Life

15. Barcelona, Spain



Barcelona is well known for its fantastic art and architecture. Most of the city as a century ago is made up of narrow streets and ancient buildings, and on the shore, you will find luxurious and modern apartments and hotels.

14. Buenos Aires, Argentina



Buenos Aires is called the Paris of South America because of the rich European heritage and stunning architecture of the city. Nevertheless, Buenos Aires retains its Latin American passion, cozy sidewalk cafes, and beautiful shady parks.

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13. Florence, Italy



Florence is a city that seems to be frozen in the past. Here you will find many of the best Italian museums, cathedrals, galleries, squares, and shops. We recommend starting to explore this beautiful city by visiting the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and Piazza Della Signoria.

12. New York, USA



New York can be called a center of modern Western culture. Here you can bike ride through Central Park, explore the skyscrapers in the center and eat a pizza in one of the legendary cafés.

11. Berlin, Germany



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As well as London and Paris, Berlin is the center of the unique centuries-old culture, art, and architecture. It is a kind of time capsule, enclosing fragments of historical periods from the Middle Ages to the present day, from the Brandenburg Gate to the Berlin Wall.

10. Shanghai, China



Shanghai is a city that just begs for wandering. You can visit here the Shanghai Museum, Jade Buddha Temple and Dongtai Road market to have a very unusual experience.

9. Siem Reap, Cambodia



Although Siem Reap is a relatively new settlement, it located not far from Angkor Wat – a city of temples and the greatest religious monument in the world. And if Angkor Wat offers you discoveries and adventures, the Siem Reap will provide rest and tranquility.

8. Hanoi, Vietnam



Hanoi is a charming blend of East and West, combining traditional Vietnamese culture with French colonial flair. Fortunately, decades of war did not affect the city, and now it even brighter and more active than it has ever been. While in Hanoi, don’t forget to visit the Old Quarter, one of the greatest markets in the world, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum, and numerous theaters.

7. Paris, France


It ‘s hard to overestimate all the cultural riches at the disposal of Paris. It is worth a visit, and not only the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower, but also the well-known restaurants such as Le Fumoir.

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6. Marrakech, Morocco



This city thoroughly imbued with spices, which for centuries have traded in Marrakech. Humming markets and colorful bazaars of Marrakech are the perfect places for those who want to feel the spirit of traditional Moroccan life.

5. Prague, Czech Republic



In medieval Europe, Prague was one of the leading political, cultural and economic centers. Today, the city is experiencing a renaissance. If you visit the Dancing House and the historic Prague Castle, you can see how the city has found the perfect balance between the old and the new.

4. Beijing, China



Beijing is one of the oldest settlements in the world. It preserves the most important monuments of China, including Great Wall of China and the famous Forbidden City.

3. London, UK



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The former capital of the largest empire, now London is a boiling pot of various cultures. Here you can find food, arts, and entertainment from all corners of the world, as well as beautiful examples of classic English architecture.

2. Rome, Italy



Rome became often called Eternal in the ancient world. The concept of “eternity” of Rome is largely preserved after the fall of the Roman civilization, bringing the appropriate epithet in the modern languages.

1. Istanbul, Turkey




Istanbul is a dynamic city combining European and Asian beginning, as well as Islam and Christianity. Istanbul is famous for its delicious food, Turkish coffee, markets and ancient architecture.

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