They definitely worth a visit.
City-tale, city-dream or simply the best city on the planet — what is it, who lives there and what makes it so special.
We have selected for you 10 most attractive cities for travel.
And it really is the best city on the planet according to experts who conducted a study on a complicated 100-point system consisting of 5 categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.
10. Hamburg (Germany) is 95 points out of 100
Hamburg is a very green city, so that awards for being the greenest in the country.
In Hamburg you will not find skyscrapers and buildings higher than 10 floors very little.
And of course, the world famous hamburger was named in honor of their historic homeland, of Hamburg, from where many emigrated to America.
9. Helsinki (Finland) is 95.6 points out of 100
In Helsinki the temperature is below 0 °C as much as 169 days per year and nearly 120 days of pouring rain.
But if you decide to visit the capital of Finland, you should not worry much about the weather — the centre is equipped with heated sidewalks, so you’ll never see it dirty snow or ice.
And in Finland on average 3 people have 1 sauna.
Although one small problem, the city is still there — it’s a regular invasion of rabbits.
And our beloved Santa Claus in Finnish is “Christmas goat”.
8. Auckland (New Zealand) — 95.7 points out of 100
In the city of 265 Sunny days a year and still no snow, but in recent years become commonplace tornado.
In Auckland 30% of the population are young people and students.
And more than 700 independent colonies of homeless cats.
7. Perth (Australia) was 95.9 out of 100
Perth — “solar capital” of Australia: the sun shines as much as 8 hours a day.
Perth is also known as the “city of light”. This title appeared in 1962, when astronaut John Glenn circling around the earth, saw Perth from space. Residents especially for this event turned on the lights in all the houses to the city was visible from a great distance.
In Perth the largest number of millionaires (per capita) in the world. Of course, many regret that were not born in this city.
6. Adelaide (Australia) — 96.6 points out of 100
Adelaide is a “20 minute city”: thanks to the foresight of one of the founders, William light, to anywhere in the city can be reached in just 20 minutes.
In the Botanical garden of Adelaide is the largest water Lily in the world, for which even built a separate pavilion.
And in the Park Granite Island Recreation Park live the smallest penguins in the world.
5. Calgary (Canada) — 96.6 points out of 100
Calgary is the youngest city in Canada (average age of residents in this city 34 years).
A big part of calgary is home to a height of from 1 to 3 floors with colorful roofs.
If the winter in calgary gets cold, then citizens have an artificial sun, which is sometimes lit on Stephen Avenue.
4. Toronto (Canada) — 97.2 points out of 100
The first question when meeting in Toronto — “Where are you?” as the city is home to over 100 nationalities.
Girls here never do bright makeup is a sign of insecurity.
But people run into chic suits and dresses, while they are wearing sneakers or running shoes. Because it’s more convenient!
In city centre almost no trees, so the place where there is at least a couple of higher plants, is already, according to local authorities, this Park, which is actively populated with squirrels and raccoons.
3. Vancouver (Canada) — 97.3 points out of 100
In Vancouver, you expect a real adventure! Because in the morning you can ski and have to swim in the sea.
In this city the most expensive real estate in the country (price of a small house — on the average $ 1.5 million).
And this despite the fact that in 1947, Canada had was the temperature like on Mars (-63 °C).
2. Vienna (Austria) — 97.4 points out of 100
Vienna is a real centre of musical culture of Europe. Therefore, it is the Vienna Opera specifically for the convenience of visitors, the performances are divided into 3 categories: all-all © for lovers (b), and for connoisseurs (A).
In this city you can safely drink water from the tap — it comes straight from the Alpine sources.
And the bar do not be afraid “to touch”. For tipsy visitors came up with “slots-otrezvitel”: toss a coin, and the nose hits the ammonia, intoxication retreats.
1. Melbourne (Australia) — 97.5 points out of 100
In Melbourne there are very strange laws, such as residents not allowed to hold rallies at the call of the rain.
And here is strictly forbidden to harness to harness a goat or a dog.
And of course, not to sing indecent ballads surrounded by other people (only at home, while no one hears).
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