When it comes to traveling around, there are many beautiful places around the world to be considered. People visit beautiful Cities for many reasons; which includes tourism. These Cities made people fall in love with them with their arts and architectures, mountain vistas, water views, history and culture, futuristic skyline, colorful colonial buildings and people around there. How peaceful a country is cannot be left out when considering the best cities to visit.
Here are the lists of 7 most beautiful cities in the world starting from Paris in France to Bruges in Belgium
1. Paris, France
Paris is a place where romance and history play side by side Cafés line cobblestone streets, beautiful people stroll along the Seine at all hours, and every neighborhood seems to have its own iconic landmark, be it the Notre Dame, Sacré-Coeur, or Eiffel Tower. Since Paris is the capital of France, it was and still is the center of all the important political events in the country, beginning with the French Revolution. This gorgeous City made the country famous because of its amazing nature.
2. Florence, Italy
This is the administrative center of the region of Tuscany. The Italian town on the river Arno. Florence is the birthplace of the Renaissance. With its magnificent architecture, the Renaissance and the rich culture, the city is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
3. Edinburgh and Leith, United Kingdom
For pure, unadulterated drama and craggy romance, Edinburgh and its seaside settlement, Leith, make a strong case for being the most beautiful city in the UK. Home to the world’s largest annual arts festival, the city houses a robust collection of gorgeous Victorian streets (such as the stately Royal Mile), charming pubs and markets, and high-flying architecture, not least iconic Edinburgh Castle. Leith, the city’s port, has become the area’s trendiest new neighborhood. Once a down-at-heel area made famous by the film Trainspotting, it has been transformed in recent years into an exciting hub of bars, Michelin-starred restaurants, galleries, and performance spaces.
4. Québec City, Canada
For a real taste of Canada’s European past, look no further than Quebec City. The city has an enviable position on a hill by a cliff overlooking the St. Lawrence River, which only makes its ancient architecture even more spectacular. For that once-in-a-lifetime shot, head to the opposite end of the river and watch the sunset paint the Old Town in shades of pinks and purple.
5. Dublin, Ireland
Sitting on the mouth of the River Liffey, the capital of Ireland is renowned for its medieval buildings, stately churches, and public parks. (And Guinness, which is a beautiful thing in its own right.) Dublin’s appeal will even follow you indoors: Step inside Trinity College to gawk at the Old Library’s Long Room, which is easily one of the most gorgeous libraries in the entire world.
6. Sydney, Australia
It’s almost not fair how pretty Sydney is. Australia’s biggest city benefits from a waterfront culture, with locals hopping on ferries to commute home—or play—on Bondi, Manly, and Coogee beaches, and the dramatic Sydney Opera House standing sentry in the harbor.
7. Bruges, Belgium
This is the center of the country and also the biggest city in the province of West Flanders. The City is located in the Northwest part of the country. The exciting things about the city – Its medieval architecture, the building of the Church of the Virgin Mary, The bell tower of the 13th century which consist 48 bells. The city’s museum, amazing exhibits, theaters, art galleries makes it an amazing place for people who love and appreciate art and culture to visit.