These are the 10 friendliest cities in the world

Earth is a majestic planet dotted with incredible creations of nature and embellished with fascinating phenomena as well as man-made wonders. Globetrotters often seek out incredibly scenic locations and eye candy.

From scenic waterfalls, mesmerizing oceans to enchanting forests, the world has a lot to offer travelers. However, these are not the only things that attract people from all over the world to specific places on Earth.

What makes the experience of visiting a place or a city more captivating is the warmth of the people and the hospitality they offer. Considering these factors, digital travel company Booking.com has compiled a list of some of the friendliest cities in the world.

According to the website, the places listed have been chosen to provide exceptional hospitality to visitors, with the claim backed up by numerous positive reviews on the site.

The 10 friendliest cities in the world are listed below:

  • Matera, Italy
  • Bled, Slovenia
  • Taitung City, Taiwan
  • Nafplio, Greece
  • Toledo, Spain
  • Monteverde, Brazil
  • Brugge, Belgium
  • Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia
  • Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal
  • Hoi An, Vietnam

The cities listed above were chosen because of the warmth they offer their visitors. They all have unique attractions, be it the culture or the people, that appeal to visitors and keep them coming back.

The city of Bled in Slovenia is a great place for activities such as hiking, biking and water sports, while also being known for its sustainable tourism, rich culture and traditional Slovenian cuisine. Meanwhile, Toledo in Spain is famous for its diverse communities that have lived there for centuries.

The Belgian city of Bruges is also appreciated by tourists for its warm hospitality and the generosity of its inhabitants. Additionally, UNESCO has designated the entire city as a World Heritage Site due to its picturesque streets and enchanting canals.

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