Top 5 Fantastic City you Need to Visit

1. Beijing, China

Beijing, being the capital city of China, is almost a no-brainier when it comes to deciding where to visit in China. It’s fast-paced, exciting and arguably a lot more cosmopolitan than most other places you’ll visit in China – though that’s probably a good thing as it’s a great introduction to China for the uninitiated.
With cultural and historical sites, such as Forbidden City and the Great Wall of China, as well as bustling street markets (you’ve got to check out ‘Dirt Market‘ – now officially called Panjiayuan Flea Market), Beijing is unquestionable a fun city for all travelers and an a fantastic place to begin a trip through China.
3. Novi Sad, Serbia                                                                                                              Elegant yet easy-going, Novi Sad basks in the limelight, defying its second-city status and boldly living up to its moniker. Serbia’s ‘New Garden’ hosts the rocking EXIT festival, whose 20th edition coincides with the city’s stint as the 2019 European Youth Capital. Headlining this revival, the Petrovaradin Citadel’s Lower Town is getting a face lift, and the dilapidated Chinatown has blossomed into an alternative-culture district. Bursting with creative energy, new Gradient Fest is reinvigorating Petrovaradin through music, film, theater and art, as Novi Sad gears up to wear another crown – that of the 2021 European Capital of Culture. 

3. Paris, France

Paris, France's capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century city space is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond such landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is known for its cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. As the capital city of France, Paris has endured as an important city for more than 2,000 years. Often called by nicknames like the “city of love” and “city of lights,” Paris is today one of the world’s leading centers for business, fashion, entertainment, art and culture. Just the mere mention of Paris conjures up images of the city’s world famous landmarks, museums and cathedrals.
Also called the Capital of Fashion, Paris is home to some of the world’s finest designer names including Yves Saint-Laurent, Lancôme, L’Oréal and Christian Dior. The city’s shopping scene ranges from shopping centers to open-air markets, boutiques and flea markets. An overview of the top tourist attractions in Paris. 

4. Panama Island

Two new Pacific island resorts are expanding Panama’s west coast appeal, not far from the marine preserve around Isla Coiba. Cayuga Hospitality recently opened Isla Palenque in the Gulf of Chiriqui, with eight casitas and one villa on a lush 400-acre island. Besides offering access to seven beaches, mangrove kayaking and whale-watching, the resort grows some of its own food, has furniture made from fallen trees and maintains a no-plastics policy, including subbing papaya shoots for straws. In the Gulf of Chiriqui, Islas Secas Reserve & Lodge will open in January on a 14-island archipelago. The solar-powered, nine-bungalow lodge will offer sport fishing and scuba diving, and will compost food waste and will recycle water for irrigation. A Ritz-Carlton Reserve property is also under construction in the Pearl Islands.

5. San Sebastián, Spain

San Sebastián is a resort town on the Bay of Biscay in Spain’s mountainous Basque Country. It’s known for Playa de la Concha and Playa de Ondarreta, beaches framed by a picturesque bay front promenade, and world-renowned restaurants helmed by innovative chefs. In its cobblestones old town (Parte Vieja), upscale shops neighbor vibrant pinto bars pairing local wines with bite-size regional specialties. It is in many ways like a mini Paris, except in Basque style. San Sebastián is also famous for its pintxos. And the best place to go to try some of them is the Parte Vieja (Old Part). This charming old city center is famous for having the highest concentration of bars in the world. It is in many ways like a mini Paris, except in Basque style. San Sebastián is alsofamous for its pintxos. And the best place to go to try some of them is the Parte Vieja (Old Part). This charming old city center is famous for having the highest concentration of bars in the world.



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