World City Tour
World City Tour
Our picks for the top 100 cities in the world to visit and explore. How many have you been to?
The 4th largest Indian city has many notable destinations including Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal.
Named one of the Middle East and North Africa's best cities, its history dates back to 7250 BC.
Photo by Chris
Originally a small fishing village, this "Venice of the North" has grown to a beautiful city connected by canals.
Known as "the Mother of Cities", it's one of the oldest in South America.
Visit one of the world's oldest cities and explore its 3400 years of history.
Auckland, New Zealand
This multicultural city is home to the largest Polynesian population in the world.
This small trading post has grown into one of the world's most visited cities.
Photo by Bernard Spragg. NZ
Founded as a Roman city, it has grown to the second largest city in Spain.
Bath, United Kingdom
Named after its Roman-built baths, the city dates back to about 60 AD.
Capital of the People's Republic of China, over 21 million people live here.
Now united, the city was divided into East and West Berlin after World War II.
The capital and largest city of Colombia.
Boston, United States
One of the oldest cities in the US, the city played a key role in the American Revolution.
This canal-based city's centre is a prominent UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Photo by Graham Hart
Known as the "capital of Europe", the city's influence has grown since the end of World War II.
The capital of Hungary, the city was formed when three nearby cities merged together.
Photo by Keith Yahl
Buenos Aires, Argentina
With its population of over 15 million people, it's the largest city in Argentina.
This ancient Egyptian city in the Nile Delta is home to the Giza pyramid complex.
Photo by Dan
Cape Town, South Africa
Located on the shore of Table Bay, the city is close to the southern tip of Africa.
Photo by Dave Morton
The city sits in the narrow Caracas Valley in the Venezuelan mountain range.
Photo by Paulino Moran
Cardiff, United Kingdom
Now the capital of Wales, people have settled here since 6000 BC.
Photo by Fred Bigio
One of the largest cities in the Arab world, it sits on the Atlantic Ocean in northern Africa.
Photo by Denis Carrascosa
Located in the foothills of the Kaʻala mountain, it's noted for its buildings painted in shades of blue.
Chicago, United States
Located on the shore of Lake Michigan, the "Windy City" is home to over 10 million people.
Originally a Viking fishing village, the Scandinavian city is the largest in Denmark.
Destroyed and rebuilt several times since the 6th century BCE, it's now the capital of India.
Photo by Ryan
This fast growing city sits on the coast of the Persian Gulf.
Photo by Kirana Angela
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The Burj Khalifa and other modern buildings soar to the sky in this Persian Gulf city.
Photo by Meme Rodriguez
Originally established by the Gaels around the 7th century, today it's the capital of Ireland.
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
With 112 parks, the city has more trees per person than any other UK city.
Photo by Luke Harold
Soak in the beauty of the architecture and history of the capital of the Tuscany region.
14 of the 15 tallest buildings in Germany are located here.
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Visit Scotland's largest city and check out the fossilized tree stumps that date back to the dinosaurs.
Photo by Robert Brown
The city's name means "city inside rivers" referring to its location around the Red River.
The 60,000+ vintage cars make this city a unique driving experience.
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As the world coldest capital city, in winter, it doesn't see the sun for 51 consecutive days.
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
The city's busy urban areas are balanced with its country park and nature reserves.
Honolulu, United States
This beautiful city is the westernmost and southernmost major city in the US.
The only city to be located on two continents, Europe and Asia.
This affordable Indonesian capital is sinking at a rate of 17 cm per year.
Photo by The Diary of a Hotel Addict
A popular pilgrimage city for devoted followers of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.
Photo by Evangelisches Schuldekana
The capital of Nepal and the gateway to the Nepalese Himalayas.
Photo by Michael Cornelius
Founded during the Stone Age, it's grown to one Europe's most beautiful cities.
Photo by Robert Sullivan
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
This fast growing city is home to the Petronas Towers, the tallest twin buildings in the world.
Photo by Khalzuri Yazid
One of the oldest Japanese cities, its layout follows the traditional Chinese feng shui model.
This major financial center and economic hub is home to over 21 million people.
Photo by Adedotun Ajibade
Las Vegas, United States
Its unique casinos, events, and nightlife make it the Entertainment Capital of the World.
The city is located on a desert strip between the Pacific Ocean and Andes Mountains.
As one of the oldest cities in the world, its rich history dates back to 1200 BC.
Dragons are represented throughout this beautiful, friendly city.
London, United Kingdom
Founded by Romans, the city is one of the most powerful and important cities in the world.
Los Angeles, United States
This city of over 4 million people is known for its beautiful weather and entertainment industry.
The city was first established by the Franks in the Early Middle Ages.
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With its 3.3 million residents, it's the 2nd largest city in the European Union.
Swim with Whale sharks and enjoy the beaches of this flat island city.
Photo by Jim Trodel
Enjoy the gorgeous beaches in this city tropical climate.
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Once Australia's capital, it was the first city to host the Olympics outside of North America and Europe.
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Mexico City, Mexico
Sitting at over 2200 meters above sea level, it's the oldest capital city in the Americas.
Miami, United States
This subtropical city was the first major American city to be founded by a woman.
Photo by Julian Lenze
Famous for its fashion, entertainment, and art, Milan is the 2nd largest city in Italy.
Located on the Rio de la Plata, it's the southernmost capital city in the Americas.
Named after Mount Royal, it held the first hockey game in the world in 1875.
Initially called "Bombay", the city was built across seven islands.
Photo by Vidur Malhotra
The city and surrounding area were once ruled by the Wittelsbachs family for 738 years.
New Orleans, United States
Famous for its Mardi Gras celebrations, this city likes to party.
New York City, United States
Founded in 1624, it's one of the busiest cities in the world with over 8 million people.
Looking for sun, sand, and stunning views then you need to visit this seaside city in the French Riviera.
Photo by Pierre Blaché
Nestled between the mountains and the bay, this city was almost destroyed in WWII.
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This capital city of Norway is home to the Noble Peace Prize.
Panama City, Panama
The only capital city in the world to have a rain forest within its city limits.
From the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre, Notre Dame and much more, the "City of Lights" has it all.
Philadelphia, United States
It’s here that the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence.
This ancient port city is famous for its leaning bell tower.
Portland, United States
This “City of Roses” has an extinct volcano within its city limits.
Situated on the Vltava River, it’s home to the largest castle in the world.
This clean and green city is a nesting grown for puffins.
Photo by Werner Bayer
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Enjoy the culture, beautiful forests, and deep blue skies of this coastal city.
Home to over 900 churches and 280 fountains, this historic capital city should not be missed.
San Francisco, United States
Explore the city on its cable cars and grab a pic of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Located in Chile's central valley, the mountains and the ocean are just an hour away.
Seattle, United States
Enjoy the view from the Space Needle and the fish throwers at Pike Place Market.
Seoul, South Korea
This modern, high tech city is home to five UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
This booming city's history dates back to 4000 BC.
This prosperous city is one of only three city-states in the world.
Inhabited since the Stone Age, the city stretches across 14 islands.
Rich in Indigenous Australian history, this diverse city is a must see for those visiting the continent.
São Paulo, Brazil
Founded by 2 priests in 1554, it's the largest Portuguese-speaking city in the world.
Located in the Taipei Basin, the city is home to over 2.6 million people.
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This 13th-century city is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe.
Photo by David Pursehouse
Its beautiful white houses have earned it the nickname "the white city".
Enjoy the views of Mount Fuji on a clear day.
Take in the views from the CN Tower, then enjoy some time at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The smallest capital city in the European Union, it's best know for its fortifications.
Photo by Konstantin Malanchev
Explore Stanley Park, one of the largest urban parks in the world.
Photo by Werner Bayer
This beautifully unique city was built in a lagoon and connected by narrow streets, canals, and over 400 bridges.
Home to the world's oldest zoo and Ferris wheel.
Visit the historic Old Town, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Washington D.C., United States
Founded after the American Revolution, it's now the capital of the US.
Wellington, New Zealand
This city is the southernmost capital in the world.
Home to the largest clock face in Europe, this friendly city has outstanding views.