30 Cities You Need To Visit Before You Turn 30
Tired of walking the same streets day after day, seeing the same people over and over, or simply looking for a place to spend a weekend? We’ve thought long and hard about the places we love and created a list with our 30 favorite cities everyone should visit before they turn 30.
Baguette and Croissant accompany you through the streets while you seem to be interested in architecture, art, and fashion, secretly just waiting to discover the incredible nightlife. Try not to kneel down to tie your shoelaces in front of the Eiffel Tower if you don’t want to get engaged accidentally.
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The home of this old lady with the funny-looking security guards. Have a cup of tea literally anywhere and anytime because in this rainy weather you can’t really do other stuff (besides almost everything that is world famous)
Visit the most populated city in the world. Because who doesn’t love to ride on public transit with as many humans as possible.
„Concrete jungle where dreams are made of, there’s nothing you can’t do“. That’s almost right, but Alicia Keys forgot one thing you can’t do in NYC: be bored.
Berlin is where germans go when they’re tired of acting german-y. Discover the city of multiculturalism with tons of trending shops and restaurants.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the best football player in the world. Triggered? Then you might want to visit Barcelona and maybe watch Leo Messi play after a day of sightseeing.
Hablas español? No? No problem, you don’t need to in order to enjoy the atmosphere in the capital of Spain. The parks and museums speak for themselves.
Apartheid is a part of history. Nowadays, Joburg is a booming, multicultural city. Ideal if you are seeking a unique lifestyle.
Speaking German, French and Dutch all at once is something you find appealing? If so, Bruges should be your next destination. If contrary you are a normal person, how does the capital of chocolate candy sound?
„Vancouver is a Manhattan with mountains“ says the New York Times. Only in polite. And without Trump. Do you get the picture?
How ya going mate? Ride the kangaroos from the Great Barrier Reef to the Opera of Sydney in the world-famous metropolis of Australia.
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China basically invented Trumps plan to build a wall. No wonder China outperforms every other country in the world by far. Visit the stadium where Usain Bolt became your favorite sprinter.
To put it in the words of one of the wisest man there has ever been on this beautiful planet: „Smoke weed everyday“. But don’t forget to do something to educate yourself and have a look at the narrow lanes and canals.
Don’t you feel the need to escape the western lifestyle sometimes? Discover the center of the evil communism first-hand.
The city of Pizza, Pasta and the Pope. Gorge yourself and then confess it at the Holy See.
The only city you leave richer than you were before (said no one ever). Try your luck in the world-famous casinos or just have a glance at the breathtaking glamor.
Take pictures with your favorite actors, talk to the best-known stars in the world, and feel embarrassed after you realize you just spent one and a half hours speaking with the ground at the Walk of Fame.
Teach the capital of Cuba, that has recently opened the borders to the US, a lesson about your loved Capitalism. Surely you are able to improve the Havana. Maybe you learn the art of smoking cigars with style in exchange.
The cleanest city in the whole world. Eating in the tram is not recommended, but eating in the finest Asian restaurants is, as Singapore is often called the door to Asia.
Asia? Europe? Black Sea? Mediterranean Sea? Buy a ticket to Istanbul and get the 4-in-1 package, making it the most diversified trip possible!
Don’t believe your friends that the Golden Gate Bridge is actually not golden? Of course you don’t have to make sure since you know that it is golden as the name says. Or do you?
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Copenhagen is the world capital of hotdogs (Who knew?). If this doesn’t make you want to check out the Danish capital, the aesthetic wooden cabins will do the rest.
Let your friends know that you’re rich af as you travel to the most expensive city in the world. Why would you need to spend money for food if you can pay a fortune to watch the pompous skyline of Hongkong?
Grab some friends, fly to Bangkok and experience your personal Hangover part 3. It’ll be worth it. Guaranteed.
Jesus Christ, just visit it! Tell your friends you met god at the Wailing Wall for a cup of coffee.
Challenge yourself with the ultimate test: Are you able to survive one day in Mexico just speaking Spanish? Probably not. But try to sponge the unique lifestyle of the metropolis anyways.
Rio de Janeiro
The Copacabana invites you to relax all day in the sun, surrounded by Salsa-dancing women. Discover how Cristo Redentor watches over the beautiful city or sit back and enjoy the beautiful view if that sounds to exhausting.
The country may be poor but the sights definitely aren’t. Feel like an ancient god in a Greek legend while walking up and down the narrow streets and taking in the beautiful ruins.
There really is no place like home. Returning from your travels to a familiar place can bring true comfort. But how familiar is your home really? Have you ever taken the time to become a tourist in your own city? You’ll be surprised by the things you might discover if you look for them in the right way!