151 Most Beautiful Cities in the World: #120-#116

151 Most Beautiful Cities in the World: #120-#116

Another one of these! Part of AWT’s MegaLists series, which covers the 151 Most Beautiful Cities in the World and the 101 Best Cities in the World for Food and Cuisine.

120. Ronda, Spain

In the Andalusia region of Spain there is a city that is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich history, and iconic architecture. It is called Ronda.

One of the most beautiful places in Ronda is the Puente Nuevo. This iconic bridge spans the El Tajo Gorge and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

Mondragon Palace, which is a former Moorish palace that now houses the Ronda Museum and is a blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Moorish architectural styles and is adorned with beautiful gardens and courtyards. The old town of Ronda is another must-visit neighborhood with its charming winding streets and whitewashed buildings.

Ronda is also surrounded by stunning natural beauty with its Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. The park offers visitors a chance to hike through gorgeous mountain landscapes and explore the many caves and waterfalls that dot the region.

119. Tangier, Morocco

When in Tangier a must-see is the Kasbah, which is the old walled city

. The Kasbah features stunning labyrinthine streets, whitewashed buildings, and ornate doorways that offer a glimpse into the city’s rich history.

The most classic, and most beautiful neighborhood in Tangier is the Medina, which is the city’s historic commercial center. There are many shops, cafes, and restaurants housed in traditional Moroccan buildings and immerse themselves in the local culture. This area is also home to the Grand Mosque.

One of the most iconic buildings in Tangier is the Dar el Makhzen, which is the former palace of the Sultan of Morocco. The palace features beautiful gardens and courtyards, as well as ornate decorations and architecture that showcase the country’s rich heritage.

Tangier is also home to beautiful natural landscapes, such as the Cap Spartel, which is a scenic cape that overlooks the Strait of Gibraltar, and the Mediterranean.

118. Cambridge, United Kingdom

King’s College Chapel, which is renowned for its Gothic architecture and stunning stained glass windows is probably the most well-known site in Cambridge. Of course, that is along with the University of Cambridge, which also holds Trinity College and St. John’s College, which have beautiful courtyards, gardens, and chapels.

One of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Cambridge is the Old Quarter, which is the historic heart of the city. Its quaint cobbled streets are lined with beautiful buildings that date back centuries, many of which are now home to shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Cambridge is also home to several beautiful green spaces, such as Parker’s Piece, which is a spacious public park that hosts many events throughout the year.

Finally, the River Cam that flows through the city is one of the most beautiful features of Cambridge. Visitors can take a relaxing cruise down the river while admiring the many quaint bridges and beautiful buildings that line its banks.

117. Sibiu, Romania

Sibiu is a picturesque city in Transylvania, Romania, and is renowned for its beautiful architecture and rich cultural heritage. One of the most beautiful buildings in Sibiu is the Council Tower, which dates back to the 13th century and offers stunning views of the city from its observation deck. The Brukenthal Palace, which is now home to a museum and library, is another impressive building that boasts Baroque and Rococo architecture.

Visitors can also explore the charming neighborhoods of Sibiu, such as the Lower Town and the Upper Town. The Lower Town is home to many beautiful buildings, including the Lutheran Cathedral and the Passage of Stairs, which leads to the Upper Town. The Upper Town is where the historic center of Sibiu is located, and it features picturesque streets and squares, such as the Grand Square and the Small Square.

Another beautiful spot in Sibiu is the Astra Open Air Museum, which is one of the largest open-air museums in Europe. It features traditional buildings from various parts of Romania, as well as a lake, gardens, and a zoo.

116. Bariloche, Argentina

Bariloche is a picturesque city located in the Argentine Patagonia, and it is surrounded by stunning natural landscapes. One of the most beautiful places in Bariloche is Nahuel Huapi Lake, which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and forests. Visitors can take a boat tour or hike along the many trails that lead to the lake.

Another beautiful spot in Bariloche is Cerro Catedral, which is a popular ski resort in the winter months. Visitors can take a cable car to the top of the mountain and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area.

Bariloche also boasts charming neighborhoods, such as the Swiss-style village of Colonia Suiza and the historic district of San Carlos de Bariloche. These neighborhoods are home to many beautiful buildings, such as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Nahuel Huapi and the Civic Centre, which features stunning architecture and hosts cultural events.

That is it for now. Check in soon when will cover Antalya, New Orleans, Valparaiso, Mostar, Samarkand.

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