Tourists labeled "profiles" created on Trip Advisor's list of the 25 cities that have to visit everyone in his life. Listed in this edition of cities are located in different parts of the world, on almost all continents, in different climate and geographical areas. But they all share one thing — they have something to offer even the most picky travelers. Pack your bags and buy tickets — you have things to do this summer!
San Francisco, USA.
The population of San Francisco is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse in the United States.
If you're in Frisco, make sure you have Breakfast at "Mama's", and then go to Coit Tower and, of course, the famous Golden gate bridge.
Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Chiang Mai is much greener and quieter than other cities of Thailand.
This city, nicknamed "Rose of the North", embodies all the unique and exciting thing you can say about Thailand, including delicious local temples.
The capital of Portugal, stands the huge castle of St. George.
Traditional Portuguese architecture found throughout the city. Everywhere you can find echoes of the past, including in the form of an old boat, which for more than a century.
Although Sydney is a city rather big and constantly growing, it is possible to relax in the lap of nature, because the national parks here can be found on almost every corner.
Great beaches, wonderful climate and exciting nightlife make Sydney an unforgettable destination.
The neoclassical city is just gorgeous, although she still has the scars of world war II and the 1956 uprising.
The city is built on numerous hot springs, so look into one of the many thermal baths — the duty of every tourist.
In Bangkok — beautiful Buddhist temples and amazing nightlife.
One of the indisputable advantages of the Thai capital — is relatively low prices for goods and services in this incredible metropolis.
Cape town, South Africa.
Cape town — a unique gateway to the world, surrounded by a stormy ocean coastline and pristine beaches on one side and breathtaking mountain ranges on the other.
The city is one of the most diverse in Africa. And even today you can see traces of its colonial past.
Chicago, United States.
Chicago — the fortress of the American Midwest, the birthplace of the Blues and "hotbed" of jazz music.
In this picturesque town you'll find the world's first skyscrapers, as well as the best in the States Comedy clubs.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The city is the highest skyscraper in the world — Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall — the largest of its kind. Other attractions include the artificial Islands and the best beaches in the world.
When you realize that until the 1970s, Dubai was a small tribal town, its present greatness is just amazing.
Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Unlike Moscow, with the domes and buildings of red brick, canals and neoclassical buildings of St. Petersburg were mainly designed by the Italians, giving the city a European look.
The atmosphere here is also the European modern art galleries and underground clubs, which make the city truly amazing both day and night.
Most of the city remains practically unchanged for several centuries, and the narrow streets meet here at every step.
And on the coast you will find modern luxury and exceptional resorts.
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Despite this, the town has preserved the typical Latin American passion, which you can notice everywhere — from roadside cafes to the beautiful parks.
Beautiful Renaissance Florence — the birthplace of the best Italian (if not the world), museums, galleries, cathedrals, churches, squares and shops.
The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and Piazza della Signoria will be a great start for exploring this amazing city.
New York, USA.
New York- the center of modern Western culture.
Whether you travel by bike through Central Park, explore the endless heights of the city, or chew the pizza in one of the neighborhoods this city has to offer tourists.
The German capital is a time capsule that encloses the periods Dating from the middle ages to the present. And you can see them everywhere — from the Brandenburg gate to the famous Berlin wall.
Look in the clubs and you will find the most incredible parties you will never forget.
The charm of Shanghai lies in its streets where daily life is in full swing both day and night.
Here you will discover the Shanghai Museum, jade Buddha temple and the market Dongtai road. All together this makes the city unforgettable.
Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Although Siem reap is relatively new, it is surrounded by ancient ruins of Angkor Wat — the City of Temples and the largest religious monument in the world.
If Angkor Wat offer you a lot of impressions and adventures in Siem reap, you will find options for rest and relaxation.
Thank God, this city was not affected by the war, and now it has become a vibrant and active metropolis with one of the best and largest markets in the world.
Vietnam women's Museum focuses on the role of women in Vietnam's history — worth a visit. If you are looking for a way to entertain yourself in the evening, visit one of the many theatres.
Paris — a storehouse of cultural heritage. The town is centred history, art and architecture from around the world, which can still be seen in such museums as the Louvre and d'orsay.
One week is hardly enough to "taste" this city, not to mention its delectable cuisine. Be sure to check out the restaurant Le Fumoir.
At busy markets and colorful bazaars, even the most picky buyer will find something interesting and taste of real Moroccan life.
Stay at hotel Taj Palace overlooking the Atlas mountains — you will not regret.
Prague, Czech Republic.
Now, the Czech capital is experiencing a Renaissance.
Whether you admire the modern Dancing house or the medieval Prague castle, here you will feel that the city has found the perfect balance between old and new.
The Chinese capital is one of the largest and oldest human settlements in the world.
The city boasts almost three thousand year old history. Here are some of the most important historical monuments of China, including remnants of the great wall and Forbidden city.
The former capital of the largest Empire on Earth London — is a real "cultural cauldron" where speak more than 300 languages.
Here you will find food, arts and entertainment from anywhere in the world, and will be able to enjoy a truly English architecture in such places as the Royal Botanic gardens, Kew and Westminster Abbey.
Street performers and great restaurants flank the road to the best attractions the Eternal city.
Be sure to visit the Ostia Antica — the ancient port and the Villa of the Emperor Commodus. And in General, before visiting the Eternal city, check out our guide. Everything is clear and to the point — how to get, how much it costs, where to eat (important for 2018).
This ancient and welcoming town is renowned for its exquisite cuisine, amazing coffee, bustling markets and ancient architecture, including the majestic mosques and churches.
At the end of a long day be sure to relax in the luxurious baths of the city.