by The Fit Girl Reporter on
September 5, 2016

The Most Active Cities Around The World

Personally, city holidays are the best. The buildings are so photogenic and the vibe is always enslaving. You take home more memories in one week than any beach break could ever offer.

Here are the most active cities around the world to venture in if you’re like me.

 

Las Vegas

Sin City wins top place in this category because of its pure liveliness and energetic mantra. Traipsing the strip, you’re encounter street performers, restaurants bursting with culture and towering hotels.

You can’t beat the bright lights, placid mountain views and Bellagio fountains shooting up and thudding back down to leave spectators in awe.

 

New York

Similar to Las Vegas but with less focus on partying and more on shopping and sightseeing, is The Big Apple. On every avenue, there’s a profusion of cafes, shops (selling everything you could every think of) hotels, and effigies famous for making TV appearances.

In under 24 hours, you can catch a Broadway show, shop ‘til you drop on Fifth Avenue, see the Statue of Liberty, sit on the famous Times Square steps and everything in between.

 

Dubai

The fabled Burj Khalifa skyscraper paints the sky amongst a community of other skyscrapers. Infamous for its nightlife, Dubai is iconic for its gifted mixologists and sophisticated bars.

By day it’s like a whole other place, offering shopping centres, water parks, ventures in the desert, indoor skiing, roaming the blossoming gardens and much more.

 

London

The capital of the UK attracts visitors from all around the world for a number of reasons. It’s home to many iconic buildings and sightseeing opportunities, including: London Eye, Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and more.

Many of the hotels alone offer panoramic views of the archaic city.

 

Amsterdam

Amsterdam is packed with monolingual individuals – that being British, so you needn’t worry if you haven’t brushed up on your Dutch language skills.

This elaborate city has more than one hundred kilometres of canals, making it a serene getaway. Bursting with museums (of all interests), laid-back bars and attractions for all ages, it’s a wonderful city to explore any time of the year – although September to November is less busy as it isn’t tourist season.

So there you have our recommendation for active cities around the world. Have you been to any of the above? If so, comment below with your experience.

 

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