The World’s Best Cities
Why we love it: London’s main sights might date back millennia, but the capital’s shops, bars, hotels, and restaurants emerge and evolve on an almost weekly basis. Whether you’re outdoorsy, hungry, or bringing a family in tow, classics such as the Belmond Cadogan. Just don’t bring up Brexit.
New York City, United States
Why we love it: New York’s performing arts scene—both on Broadway and off—is beloved by visitors and locals alike, so it’s no surprise that the Big Apple took the number one spot for culture in this ranking. But it’s not just about musicals.
Why we love it: The Notre Dame fire was a devastating reminder of how well-loved Paris is by travelers worldwide, and as the capital gears up for the 2024 Olympics, it’s only getting better. Improved infrastructure and 24 new hotels in the past year alone add to a city we love for its world-class art
Why we love it: With the 2020 Summer Olympics fast approaching, all eyes will be on Tokyo this year. But even if you couldn’t land tickets to the opening ceremonies at the newly finished national stadium, it’s still worth going this year. Whether you choose to visit the new location of the Tsukiji fish market
Why we love it: The Russian capital is well known for its iconic attractions like Red Square’s colorful St. Basil’s Cathedral. But did you know that it’s also one of the best cities to fly in and out of in the world? In addition to taking the top spot for airport connectivity in Resonance’s ranking,