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FlightNetworks World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities©

Incredible sights, lights and culture

An incredible city is created by its incredible people – its cultural richness, its architecture and the unique elements specific to the region. We are so often biased by the similarity of cities that surround us and that we do business in, but step outside the boundaries of our continental similarity and a world of diverse experiences opens before us.

Edinburgh Castle sits atop Castle RockOne of our partners – The FlightNetwork – has created and ranked this compilation of the World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities to inspire your travel dreams. We’ve had the pleasure to experience 14 of the FlightNetworks Top 50 and let me say the incredible differences make each one super special.

How do you decide which cities make the Top 50 list?

Over 1000 of the world’s top travel professionals were asked to nominate 3 cities they thought best Havana, Cuba ~ flavor of the 1950's exhibited a winning combination of natural and manmade beauty, the successful blending of architecture to its natural surroundings as well as demonstrating a rich city culture. Ranked and sorted by votes, the natural ranking emerged.

Credit for the World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities goes to The FlightNetwork team - an organization of travel experts specializing in providing global travellers with the lowest-price airfares, hotels, vacation packages, and car rentals. I’m sure, with their experience, they can help you create a grand multi-city tour!

What are our favorite cities not to miss?

ah, Paris - City of LightsAs we travel and explore this beautiful planet of ours, here’s some of GoGirlfriend’s favorite cities featured in Flightnetwork’s ranking:

Let’s see what the FlightNetwork World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities ranks as it’s top city?

Need more travel inspiration?

For more global travel inspiration, check out one of our posts promoting other FlightNetwork compilations from the worlds travel experts:

How many of the World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities have you visited? And your favorite? Drop a comment below and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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