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Old 08-24-2014, 10:20 AM
 
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Europe:

London
Budapest
Paris
Berlin
Madrid
Barcelona
Amsterdam
Copenhagen
Helsinki
Athens
Rome
Venice
Milan
Turin
Gdansk
Krakow
Prague
Riga
Talinn

Middle East

Istanbul
Izmir
Beirut
Sana'a
Tehran
Amman

Asia

Seoul
Beijing
Shanghai
Suzhou
Hangzhou
Chongqing
Chengdu
HongKong
Shenzhen
Guangzhou
Taipei
Tokyo
Osaka
Kyoto
Busan
Hanoi
Luang Prabang
Bangkok
Chiang Mai
Kuala Lumpur
Melaka
Georgetown
Singapore
Xian
Xiamen
Dalian
Harbin
Qingdao
Delhi
Mumbai
Jodhpur
Udaipur
Goa
Colombo
Yangon
Manila


Africa

Cape Town
Cairo
Durban
Dar Es Salaam
Zanzibar
Antananarivo
Nairobi
Alexandria
Fez
Marrakesh
Tangier
Casablanca
Rabat
Tunis
Sousse
Algiers
Constantine
Oran


North America

NYC
Havana
Montreal
Quebec
Boston
Philadelphia
Vancouver
San Francisco
Chicago
Minneapolis
Portland
Seattle
Anchorage
Ottawa
Toronto
Charleston
Savannah
New Orleans
Austin
Monterrey
Cancun
Guanajuato
Puerta de Vallarta
Taxco


South America

Bariloche
Cordoba
Buenos Aires
Rio de Janeiro
Santiago
Quito
Lima
Cusco
Curitiba
Porto Alegre
Florianopolis
Cartagena
Cali
Medellin
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Old 08-24-2014, 10:29 AM
 
Location: Finland
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Europe:
Helsinki

Just because one of the top cities on all "best city" or "most livable city" rankings has get no love so far. The city tourist agency has still some work to do.

I could live in many many cities. Unnecessary to rank them all.
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Old 08-25-2014, 01:07 AM
 
Location: Iowa, Heartland of Murica
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Right now I am considering a move to either Chicago or Atlanta in the next couple years. Both are great values in my opinion:

Chicago
: I have been going to Chicago for the last 8 years and I always find something new and exciting to do/see there The city has a very cool vibe and energy.

The cost of living is very reasonable compared to places like NYC. SF and LA.

It is a city where you can virtually find any type of urban environment and neighborhood and the variety of suburbs is wide-over 200 different suburbs including the NW Indiana suburbs.

Public transportation in Chicago is top notch. Anyways, I love this city!

Atlanta: The best city in the South in my opinion. Not very large but it has a very cosmopolitan vibe for its size and being a Southern city.

Atlanta's Hartfield-Jackson Airport is one of my favorite airports in the world. The city has a very good metro system(Marta) for its size and they are looking to expand it in all directions.

You can buy a very nice home in a good Atlanta suburb for about half of the cost in Chicago or 1/3 of the cost in LA or NYC, so it is one of the best bangs for the buck as far as large American cities go.
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Old 08-25-2014, 01:08 AM
 
Location: Midwest
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Simple list...
Portland, OR
Seattle, WA
Anchorage, AK
Calgary, AB
Vancouver, BC
Santiago, Chile
Mendoza, Argentina
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Old 08-30-2014, 09:59 AM
 
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London, Paris, Brussels & Melbourne are on my list.
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Old 09-11-2014, 09:17 PM
 
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North America:
NYC, Boston, Washington DC, Houston, LA, SF, Seattle, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal

Europe:
London, Paris, Zurich, Berlin

Asia:
Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore
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Old 09-12-2014, 06:08 AM
 
Location: London, UK
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BY CONTINENT.

North America:

New York city
Toronto
Boston
Washington DC
Atlanta
Baltimore
St Louis
Los Angeles
Vancouver
Ottawa
Miami

South America:

None

Europe (excluding the UK of course)

Amsterdam
The Hague
Rotterdam
Paris

Australasia:

Melbourne
Sydney
Auckland

Africa:

Gabarone
Luanda
Cape town
Johannasburg
Nairobi

Asia:

None
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Old 09-12-2014, 09:52 PM
 
Location: Lebanon, OH
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Not really into big cities so my list is short.

Europe
Düsseldorf > Köln or München (have been to all)
Prague - just for the photo ops

U.S.
Boston - Love the Bruins!
NYC - more photo ops

Canada
Toronto
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Old 09-13-2014, 06:40 AM
 
Location: Northern Ireland
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I don't think I could cope living in cities.
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Old 09-13-2014, 05:50 PM
 
Location: M I N N E S O T A
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Originally Posted by Repubocrat View Post
Right now I am considering a move to either Chicago or Atlanta in the next couple years. Both are great values in my opinion:

Chicago
: I have been going to Chicago for the last 8 years and I always find something new and exciting to do/see there The city has a very cool vibe and energy.

The cost of living is very reasonable compared to places like NYC. SF and LA.

It is a city where you can virtually find any type of urban environment and neighborhood and the variety of suburbs is wide-over 200 different suburbs including the NW Indiana suburbs.

Public transportation in Chicago is top notch. Anyways, I love this city!

Atlanta: The best city in the South in my opinion. Not very large but it has a very cosmopolitan vibe for its size and being a Southern city.

Atlanta's Hartfield-Jackson Airport is one of my favorite airports in the world. The city has a very good metro system(Marta) for its size and they are looking to expand it in all directions.

You can buy a very nice home in a good Atlanta suburb for about half of the cost in Chicago or 1/3 of the cost in LA or NYC, so it is one of the best bangs for the buck as far as large American cities go.
Nice cities but Salt Lake City is where its at bro.
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