The city on the bay is full of adventures and attractions – you can take the ferry to Alcatraz, taste the cuisine of Little Italy or venturing to explore the surrounding hills. The ethnic and cultural composition of the residents of San Francisco is one of the most diverse in the United States. Remember “breakfast Mom” before heading to the Golden Gate Bridge and Coit Tower.
24. Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai is much more environmentally friendly and quieter than other places in Thailand. This place is called “Rose of the North” and unifies the unique Thai “cuisine” including the most famous temples.
23. Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is characterized by a combination of medieval and Moorish architecture. The city is under the shadow of a huge castle. Even trams in Lisbon can be called heritage – most of them by age beyond age-old line.
22. Sydney, Australia
Sydney is famous for its Opera House, Harbour Bridge and the magnificent beaches. The residential neighborhoods are surrounded by large parks. The beach liniyae highly segmented and filled with numerous coves, bays and islands.
21. Budapest, Hungary
Surrounded by the river, from the hills to the west and the Great Plains to the east, just Budapest is nestled in the breathtaking scenery. The neoclassical architecture of the city is still beautiful, though it bears the scars of World War II. Budapest is built on numerous hot spring baths, so you definitely need to turn the bathroom into your list of attractions.
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