Today, Decor and Style brings you some of the world’s most amazing cities to visit with a design lover.
From Lisbon, to Kyoto, passing by San Francisco and Rome, the world is full of amazing places, different cultures and good food!
So if you don’t know where to go in summer 2016, take a look at our selection and get inspired by the amazing images that we brought to you!
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
St. Augustine of Hippo
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires combines Old World grandeur and tango performances with fabulous nightlife and cutting-edge restaurants.
Copenhagen is clean, safe and burgeoning with restaurants, bars and the beautiful people who frequent them. Canals and cobblestone streets add to the Danish capital’s already plentiful charms.
With its cobbled streets, moody old buildings and dramatic scenery, Edinburgh has both history and charm to spare. But it’s very much a modern city, with great nightlife, excellent restaurants and year-round cultural festivals.
Wooden Zen temples, lush gardens, tea houses and ancient palaces make Kyoto one of Japan’s most lovely and tranquil destinations. Thanks to its abundance of cherry trees, the former Imperial city is particularly beautiful in the spring, when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom.
Although Lisbon embraces the past, its glorious old buildings house new restaurants, clothing boutiques and museums that have made the city one of Europe’s hippest—and most affordable—cultural destinations.
Marked by a grid of wide, leafy boulevards, an exuberant restaurant scene and pedestrian lanes lined with small shops and cafes, Melbourne is one of Australia’s most attractive cities, and also one of its most cosmopolitan.
While landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the Tuileries gardens are universally romantic, much of the city’s appeal lies in quotidian attractions, from patisseries and chocolate shops to the Art Nouveau metro entrances.
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague offers a tableau of red-tiled roofs, fairytale castles and architectural styles that encompass everything from Renaissance to Cubist. And thanks to an increasingly modern sensibility, the Czech capital also has innovative restaurants, hotels and shops.
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