Same as last year’s UK server Time has run out ranking of the 53 best cities in the world. Time Out asked thousands of city dwellers around the world how they live in their city. He is attracted to restaurants and bars, theaters and art galleries. They also asked about nightlife and the popularity of dating apps. What are the neighborhood relationships and which places are the most popular. The purpose of the ranking is to create a global view of life in different cities and show people where they might like it.
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Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, takes first place. The city is known for its beautiful monuments, architecture and streets, making it one of the most beautiful cities to explore on foot. Edinburgh also offers a wide selection of restaurants, which are still growing. The city is developed and open to all groups in society (88% of residents say it is easy to express who you are).
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Chicago, Medellin, Glasgow and Amsterdam took the next four places. In sixth place is Prague, which is also the third most beautiful city in the world. But our capital is not in the top ten best cities in the world just because of its beauty. Tourists love the abundance of galleries and museums or the quality and affordable food in restaurants and shops. Prague residents say it is very easy to get around the capital.
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The magazine recommends visiting the recently renovated embankment, which was nominated for a prestigious architecture award, or Střeleký ostrov, which offers timeless views. Last year, Prague was ranked seventh out of 37 cities in the world. The last three places are occupied by the cities of Bangkok, Hong Kong and Doha.
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