What is your favourite city on Earth

As the title suggest, what’s your favourite, go to city on the planet.

I’d like

>What there is to do
>Why you like it so much
>What are the people like
>What does the place do better than others

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    You go first.

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Tokyo. It's interesting, there's a lot to do, there's a nice craft beer scene, and even the mass-produced beer in all local supermarkets (Hitachino) is delicious. The city is vibrant and alive. There are lots of parks, events, amazing food pretty much everywhere, easy transportation.

    I can't even think of a close second. Probably New York but I've never been there as an adult.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      To top it all off, you feel safe at all times despite how the incredible size/density of it. You couldn't replicate that anywhere else in the world. God really did bless them by putting them on their own island.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        yeah, that's why London is also one of the safest cities in the world

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Philadelphia. This was the first city I went to in the USA and it blew my mind. I thought American cities were ugly but I fell in love with the cobble stone streets and narrow lantern lit pathways and alleys.

    Yes, it's true that nowhere is perfect. But Philadelphia is probably the most underrated city on earth.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      One's man trash is another man's treasure I guess. Philadelphia is probably my least favorite major city in the US. Ive been 5 times for one day each trip. In those 5 days, Ive seen an armed robbery happen 2 feet from my face, a person tried to hit us with a car while we were biking, my friends were robbed at knife point on South Street, we were severely food poisoned and one person hospitalized and multiple people tried to sell us crack. All that in 5 days in Philly.

      You know what the opposite of Philly is? Wailea-Makena on Maui.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I thought it was a total shit hole spent a weekend there was really pissed I wasted the time

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I think I remember your story about some punk show you went to there and Philly was just a huge shitshow in general. This has also been my experience with Philly. My first experience there was on a school field trip and one of the adults got robbed and someone tried selling us 7th graders crack. Northeast/Rust Belt cities should make you racist.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          LOL. That's hilarious. Yea, that was me. I went to a couple punk and hardcore shows in Philly and we had a major incident every single time.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I went to highschool in center city and new saw anything of the sort kek

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Rome is easily number one. So much to see and do. You can just stumble upon incredibly significant sites without even knowing it. I'd also like to give an honorable mention to Valetta for how unique it is compared to other cities I've visited, but it's not really a place I could spend miltuple days.

      Philly really does have a lot of cool stuff to do. It's a shame all that cool stuff is surrounded by a massive shit hole. If you removed all blacks from America, I think Philly would become one of the best cities to visit

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Rome was way better than I expected. I could definitely live in Rome for a few years. There are endless places to explore. The high speed trains are amazing when you want to get out and see some other cities. My only complaint is that the Italians drive like lunatics, especially in Rome. If you walk down a street where people are parked, literally every car has dents.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      City is full of Black folk, drug addicts and cringe ukrainian homosexuals who think they own the place.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Did the Ukrainians arrive just recently with the war or were they there before?

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          The ukrainians were there long before the war, it was the old diaspora of old mobsters and people with frick tons of illegal money from whateverthefrick illicit shit they were doing back home that they invested in "legit" businesses in Philly back in the 1990s, now they got the place on lockdown basically.

          But yeah the average ukrainian you meet there is an insufferable c**t however. Only difference between them and the Black folk is that the ukrainians actually got money. I know this because doing business in philly, especially in the israeliteellery/watch dealing/luxury business is difficult as they all know each other and will want to frick you over basically.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Are the Ukrainian neighborhoods safe/ functional?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah those places are very nice but they’re a very small portion of the overall city. Philly is somehow both underrated and overrated at the same time. Rittenhouse Square and Old City can blow you away while Kensington can disgust you.

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Pattaya.

    It's either that or London, and London is fricking awful. No other city have I spent more than a week in and you need at least a month to know a city well enough to make the call tbh.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      This. I fricking love Pattaya.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I don't even really like the place, relative to the rest of Thailand, just the girls. Too busy for me, after 7 trips I've decided to try the old hags in Hua Hin instead next trip.

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    It's a throw up between Rome and Barcelona, for me. Both were nice, beautiful cities, both would've been a lot better and far less sketchy before mass immigration. I had a couple of very dodgy situations in each considering I was there with my young beautiful girlfriend. The historical aspect of Rome was amazing, and I went to Barcelona during their festival of culture which was amazing, I'd really recommend attending it if you get the chance, it happens around the end of September each year.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      OP here, chiming in with Barcelona too. Currently here at the moment.

      First place I went to that I decided I need to settle down in long term. Like most other big cities, before scratching the surface it can be quite dull and touristy, you might not necessarily understand the cities charm.

      Once you actually dive into it, you discover a world of old Mediterranean culture intermixed with the most modern city in the region. Amazing party culture, great bars and restaurants everywhere that you don’t need to seek out to find. Historic parts of the city. Super modern parts of the city. Well preserved gems from age old around every corner. Constant good events. Everything from dirt cheap bars to super high-end. Cool, very open, social people etc.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, I was really fond of the place too. You should visit la Mercie(?) Festival if you ever get a chance. The city was full of stages with live music, I seen some human towers in front of their royal families residence (they were watching from the window, the young princess was greeted with cheers when she appeared at the window) fire runs, drumming bands, it was a really amazing experience.

        I'm going to be booking a trip to a Valencia for my next trip, which I am hoping will provide a similar experience. I plan on returning to Barcelona with the lads, so I can experience the nightlife properly as clubbing and stuff isn't really my girlfriends scene, and walking around with her at 1am was sketchy enough, nevermind 3 or 4.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          I’ve been to the festival, the last one actually, it was great, again one of the things I like about Barcelona is the constant festivals and things going on and the turn out from locals.

          When you go for the nightlife here, I recommend bar-hopping in El Borne, then heading over to the 1€ bar near Placa Catalunya. €2 for all spirits with a mixer.

          It’s less sketchy than you think, I constantly walk around with my GF here at 2/3/4am and never had a problem. I’ve had one incident when a Moroccan Nafri scum sized me up when I was on my own, I spat on his shoes and threw my cigarette packet at him and he didn’t do shit and fled on his scooter.

          For clubs I recommend Pacha, it’s great.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          you didn't really know what you were watching. There is absolutely 0 chance of the Spanish Royal Family being in a human towers event. That must've been the Mayor of the city or some regional politician.

          For me it's Istanbul. Mediterranean, Huge, Vibrant, Historical, Geographically unique and I could go on and on.

          Honorable Mentions: Mexico City, Isfahan, Berlin and Osaka

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Prague
    It's beautiful
    It's (relatively) cheap
    The food is delicious
    The beer is delicious
    The women are hot
    The clubs are fun
    The history is interesting
    Seriously though the beauty is what strikes me the most
    Every building in the old town is so ornately designed

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    There's no place like Ghent, anywhere.
    >beautiful women
    >best nightlife in Belgium
    >medieval town center with huge cathedrals and world-famous artwork
    >not too touristy, very local vibe
    >always something to do
    >not overpriced

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Didn't Belgium get overrun with Black folks and Muslims? Ive heard that Brussels is like Baltimore now.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Isn't it along with most Belgian cities full of mudslimes?

        That would be Antwerp and Brussels. Ghent and Leuven are student cities which are almost entirely white save for some bad neighbourhoods on the outskirts. This reliance on income from students and locals instead of tourists also helps to retain an authentic feel, contrary to that open-air museum Bruges.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I live in the city centre of Brussels and the place is crawling with nigs and Pakis/Afghans. There are plenty of places that are much whiter though but they are not the touristy areas.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Isn't it along with most Belgian cities full of mudslimes?

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Might be Reykjavik. If you can get manage the price, it's beautiful. It's almost the perfect size, not too small or big, it retains a big community feel and is incredibly safe - the people are lovely. Some of the best food I've ever had, plenty of museums, nice bars and not far from hot springs/stunning scenery. Shame that it's so fricking expensive.

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Philadelphia

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      This is the Philadelphia I experienced

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I know it's a meme, but you'd only go to this area to buy heroin.

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I wouldn't say Philly is my favorite city on earth, but it is incredibly underrated. Absolutely fantastic food scene, and very pretty.

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Seoul or Dubai. I like both.

  12. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Budapest.
    >What there is to do
    Beautiful parks, castles, the river and a variety of architecture, good Christmas markets with wholesome food if you time it right, Ruin Bars, thermal baths
    >Why you like it so much
    Can still get away from the more common things, enjoy quiet places, go to typically local eating spots and enjoy great food for cheap prices. The ruins bars converting into food/craft markets during the day time is also neat.
    >What are the people like
    I'd say they mostly keep to themselves but always hospitable and speak good English typically.
    >What does the place do better than others
    Nightlife is great - the massive club scene is cool with how they merge like 7 nightclubs into a single mass event. Crazy how many people are at those. Party boats at night down the river when Parliament house is lit up is quite memorable too.

    Barcelona, Rome and Edinburgh are close seconds for similar reasons, but Barca and Roma just force you to be on edge a little more with scammers/pickpockets.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Aren't there a ton of gypsies in Budapest?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I don't recall seeing a single one. Nor any other scammers or touts.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I never saw any scammers in Budapest either. I walked around all night and it was totally chill and safe. Architecturally, it has the most incredible buildings you'll ever see. The girls seemed extremely into American guys. It was insanely cheap for everything. We had a 3 bedroom Airbnb with a view and a hot tub for $140. We went out for a dinner with 5 people and did shots and drank multiple beers and the bill came out to less than $100. I would definitely recommend Budapest.

  13. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Whats the best city to live for a childfree couple?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      stop

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Freetown, Sierra Leone

  14. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Probably Florence. Felt like a smaller Rome. Walkable, nice restaurants, gorgeous architecture. Want to go back and explore the country side

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Verona is like a mini Florence, but everything is cleaner more upscale. We had amazing service in Verona when we ate out, probably the best service we've had in Europe. The day we got home, I was on the internet looking at house prices and jobs there.

      Prague was another favorite. It was literally perfect when I was there 2 years ago in October during covid because there weren't that many tourists. They have the best beer in the entire world and it's $1.50 a glass everywhere. The bars scene is insane. We did this beer tasting at U Kunstatu where they brought out 6 full beers and snacks for $13. The giant gourmet sausages were $6. We ate and drank until we couldn't move and got a bill for like $35. It was like 1/3 of what we'd pay in the US. We were there for a week and we never had a bad meal. I walked my ass off and did like 12-14 miles a day exploring.

      We did get a bullshit charge from the Nike Store for like $800 in Prague when we only spent $300, but we disputed it with our credit card company and got the money back in 48 hours. So no harm done.

  15. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Brisbane, Australia

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