B E A U T I F U L C I T E S O F T H E W O R L D
Each of the thousands of buildings that line Amsterdam's main canals can be classified as a monument, beautifully kept as apartments, offices, cafés, restaurants.
A stunning place of bridges and bikes crossing canals, picturesque cobbled streets, and strikingly elegant architecture.
Florence is synonymous with the Italian Renaissance, known for the artistic heritage in its palaces and museum collections. Yet with all the beauty both inside and outside its palazzi's walls, it is the city as a whole that impresses the most.
The city standing on seven hills by the Tiber River is a treasure-trove of monuments among some of the most beautiful squares and classical architecture in the world. Because everyone visits Rome for its landmarks, its picturesque streets are often overlooked.
It's a small city, in a small country, hardly a metropolis, but huge on beauty. It's one of the world's best preserved medieval cities.
Which is filled with gothic and monuments surrounded by an oval canal and extraordinarily romantic cobbled lanes.It's no wonder that it is one of Europe's most visited cities.
RIO DE JANEIRO
There are those who say God created the world in six days and devoted a seventh to Rio. The city is indeed blessed with one of the most stunning settings in the world, making it the most naturally beautiful city in the world
Magnificently sited on a series of hills running down to the grand Tagus River, Lisbon is one of the world's most scenic cities.
Beautiful unexpected views are found at every turn down its colorful, picturesque streets, and especially from strategically - placed viewpoints or terraces at the top of each hill.
The Seine and the bridges that cross it, the grand boulevards, the monumental squares, the magnificent monuments, the charming streets of Montmartre -- these images of Paris confirm that it is indeed the most elegant and sophisticated of all cities.
Among those who've seen it in person, the conclusion is unanimous. Venice is the most beautiful city in the world, and the only one that can truly be described as unique.
Each building is a work of art, with their beauty enhanced when reflected on the canals that cross the city.