Where would you like to live? Of course some criteria will have to be taken into account like do you want to live somewhere family-friendly, or do you like to get out into town and enjoy nightlife. Do you like fast paced megacities or laid back eco-paradises? In this world there’s a city for everyone. In this list you can find a city in every continent and surely you will find one that suits your lifestyle and your image of the future. This list changes often so be sure to follow the world news.
The capital of Thailand is dynamic and exotic, but at the same time cosy and welcoming. Not too big, not too small. And the food… Bangkok is the perfect city in Asia! Here thousands of scooters and cyclists slalom every day through narrow streets full of displayed merchandise. Each street houses its own craft: tailors, shoemakers, groceries, goldsmiths, etcetera. The best part is that there are many things to do here. You can develop your business during the week, enjoy the wonderful beaches around during the weekends, like Hua Hin, Pattaya, Ko Samet or even Pranburi, amongst others. You can also hang out at night to eat typical food in some traditional restaurants, have fun at the various casinos located in and out of the city. And for those who don’t know if they will like all the partying and gambling, you can have a look at some of the new online casinos คาสิโนออนไลน์ and give it a go. There are loads of different games available such as slots with retro themes and other games such as poker, baccarat or even blackjack.
Africa: Cape Town
Maybe the only South African city you know? Cape Town is number one for a reason! It is the most beautiful city in South Africa and one of the nicest cities in the world. The beautiful location by the sea, the iconic Table Mountain, the impressive history, the hip spots and the nearby nature make Cape Town the best of many worlds. The food is amazing and the city is developing itself as one of the best places to live in Africa. Its climate is milder than on most of the continent and the country is recently finding more stability and is becoming a symbol of equality.
Cusco is the ancient capital of the Incas and is located in a beautiful valley in the Andes Mountains, at an altitude of 3,360 meters. On the foundations of the ancient Inca ruins, the Spaniards built beautiful colonial buildings. Through the narrow streets full of relief you can stroll along indigenous markets, art shops and historic buildings. But also: along many restaurants, bars and clubs. Cusco is for many travellers the base and / or starting point for a visit to Machu Picchu, whether or not via the legendary Inca Trail. Peruvians are generally open, friendly and curious. However, avoid imposing your way of life. The French are generally seen as quite arrogant. Enjoy the Wonderful food or take up yoga. There’s a lot to enjoy in this mountainous metropole.
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