The 9 Most Beautiful Cities in the World You ll Be Dreaming About

Buenos Aires Argentina

Plaza de Mayo is a stunning public area in the heart of Buenos Aires that is surrounded by old structures, including the presidential palace. It is one of the most popular locations for photos.

Dubrovnik Croatia

It's hardly surprising that this breathtakingly gorgeous walled city on the Adriatic Sea served as Game of Thrones' King's Landing given its medieval origins. Explore the town's Renaissance cathedrals and old monasteries

Vancouver Canada

Vancouver is a stunning seaside city encircled by mountains and water. Admire the variety of sailboats, ferries, cruise ships, and even seaplanes competing for space on the water as you stroll down by the port.

Santa Fe New Mexico

Not to mention its delectable Southwestern food, Santa Fe is well-known for its adobe architecture, art galleries, and museums (the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is a must).

Hong Kong China

Hong Kong boasts one of the most beautiful skylines in the world. Star Line ferries and traditional junk boats abound in Victoria Harbour, which frames the city's towering skyscrapers, which are breathtakingly illuminated at night.

Rio de Janeiro Brazil

Rio de Janeiro's exceptional beauty was showcased to the globe during the 2016 Summer Olympics. The bullet-shaped Sugarloaf Mountain in Guanabara Bay and the Christ the Redeemer statue, which is positioned high above a hill

Copenhagen Denmark

Copenhagen is among the most picture-perfect cities in the world, so it's simple to fall in love with it. The most beautiful street is Nyhavn, which is bordered by the royal family's home, Amalienborg Palace

New York New York

Many people may not be aware that New York City boasts lesser-known but equally stunning sights, such as the waterfront promenade in Brooklyn Heights and the 19th-century brownstones in the Greenwich Village Historic District.

Istanbul Turkey

Among the world's most seductive cities is Istanbul. It is located on both the European and Asian continents and was formerly the capital of the Byzantine, Roman, and Ottoman empires.