By Balogun Kamilu Lekan
While travelling, it’s not always guaranteed that you’ll feel at home. Some tourist-heavy cities don’t want travellers swarming across their borders. Other cities, however, are more hostile to outsiders due to cultural differences. Booking.com, a reputable online travelling service, created a useful list of the world’s friendliest cities to visit in 2023 for tourists to get a source to consult before their vacation.
Below are the ten most welcoming cities in the world
Polignano a Mare, Italy
This is a town in the Metropolitan City of Bari (BA) in the Italian province of Apulia. Polignano, also referred to as “the Pearl of the Adriatic,” is the perfect location for diving into clean seas and exploring a charming medieval district by the water.
Hualien City, Taiwan
Hualien is ideal for middle-aged tourists like us because it offers a relaxed mountain town vibe. You’ll appreciate your time in Hualien if you’re attracted to nature in a serene and peaceful atmosphere.
San Sebastián, Spain
San Sebastian is most well-known for its Basque cuisine. Seeing emblematic buildings like the basilica of Saint Mary of Coro and the church of San Vicente is also worthwhile in San Sebastian.
Most of Dresden’s top attractions are magnificent examples of Baroque and Rococo architecture. This bustling riverbank city, often known as Florence on the Elbe, transports you to a rich era with enormous cathedrals and palaces.
Klaipeda is the oldest city in Lithuania and one of the oldest on the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. It is renowned for its stunning landscapes and captivating white sand beaches. The Lithuania Sea Museum, which explores seafaring and marine life, is one of Klaipeda’s most well-liked attractions.
York, United Kingdom
York is famous for having almost 365 pubs, one for each day of the year. The Guy Fawkes Inn, where Guy Fawkes was born, and The Golden Fleece, claimed to be York’s most haunted bar, are two of the most well-known.
It is a city that gives travellers a feel of medieval England
Ushuaia is an Argentine resort town situated on the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, South America’s southernmost tip, also known as the “End of the World.”
It is also the southernmost settlement on the American continent and in the world.
This city is called the capital city of the German state of Saxony.
Porto De Galinhas, Brazil
There is only one beach in Porto de Galinhas, colloquially known as the central beach.
It is a tiny beachfront community in Brazil’s north renowned for its fine white beaches and sparkling rock pools.
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City is home to several wonderful museums and art galleries. In addition to its architecture, this place is a must-see for taco lovers, as well as for listeners of Mariachi music.
In addition to its status as Mexico’s largest city, it is also the country’s most important political, cultural, educational, and financial centre.
Financially, Mexico City ranks among the top cities in North America.
Gold Coast, Australia
This is one of Australia’s top vacation spots. Travellers have been drawn to the region for many years because of its world-famous surf breaks, breathtaking beaches, theme parks, shopping, nightlife, and countryside.
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