2017 Worlds Best Cities To Live – Whether you admit it or not, most of us a wanted to live and retire early with our family and special someone. In a place where the cost of living is affordable, where our favorite coffee shop and restaurants are just a few walks away. A place where our tranquility is observed, a place where we could hear the sound of relaxing waves every morning and a place where we could just enjoy our life that we wanted. For some reasons we may have tons of ideas of what makes a perfect place to live in, still the best cities that we’re talking about are just out there waiting for us to give them a visit.
On that matter, the popular online travel magazine – Travel + Leisure has just released their list of “The World’s Top 15 Cities” a week ago. These places has been surveyed through asking their readers to weigh in their travel experiences around the globe. Ranking the best cities with best sights and landmarks, excellent cuisines and shopping experience, culture, affordability and etc. Now continue reading below as we’re about to reveal the 2017 Worlds best cities to live. Enjoy!!
The Top 5: 2017 Worlds Best Cities To Live In Includes:
5. Florence, Italy
Known all over the globe for its iconic and picture perfect monuments, buildings and churches. Florence is the capital of the Tuscany region. Situated about 130 kilometers from Italy’s west coast and about 230 north western part of Rome. Now if you’re visiting the city, we suggest you shouldn’t miss the following: Palazzo Pitti and Vecchio, Santa Maria del Fiore and Trinità Basilica, Uffizi Gallery and etc. For more and the best things to do in city, the luxury and lifestyle travel magazine – CnTraveler has listed 15 best things to do Florence.
4. Kyoto, Japan
Coming at the number four spot is an Asian city famous for its numerous Buddhist temples, palaces, traditional wooden houses, Shinto shrines and beautiful gardens. Kyoto was once the capital of Japan until 1860’s when it became the Kansai region’s capital. Now if you’re visiting the city, we suggest you shouldn’t miss the following: Kiyomizu-dera, Sanjūsangen-dō, Nishi Honganji, Ryoanji and Kiyomizu Temple. You may also visit Nijo Castle, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine, Nishiki Market and etc.
3. Chiang Mai, Thailand
Topped Travel + Leisure’s list of “2017 Best Cities in Asia” with 91.40 score. Chiang Mai might not be Thailand’s biggest city. But its charm to foreign tourist has manage to beat the popular city of Tokyo in Japan, Ubud in Indonesia, Hoi An in Vietnam and etc. From its mouth-watering street food and vibrant nigh markets, majestic temples and shrines and the popular Baanchang Elephant Park. Those are just few reason on why this city is a must visit.
2. Charleston, South Carolina
Known for well-preserved architecture, rich history, numerous restaurants and friendly locals. Charleston in South Carolina has always been listed in various travel magazines. As one of the most polite and hospitable city in America and in the world. Here are the top rated tourist destination of the city you should visit: South Carolina Aquarium, Waterfront Park, The Charleston Museum, Fort Sumter National Monument, Middleton Place and Bonne Hall Plantation.
1. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Beating off your favorite city with 92.12 score, is an expat colonial-era town. Situated in the eastern part of Mexico, about 95 km from the state of Guanajuato and about 270 km from Mexico City. San Miguel de Allende has really a lot to love. Like its colonial architectures, thermal hot springs, vibrant festival/fiestas and world class restaurants. If you’re into art/crafts, then this might be you place. As the streets are filled with boutiques and stalls selling artisan-made goods. If not, then perhaps there’s still good reason to live in this town as its 2017 Worlds Best Cities to live/travel.
For complete list world’s best cities by Travel + Leisure head over here: The 2017 World’s Best Cities
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