10 Best International Cities Americans Have Traveled and Recommend

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There's nothing quite like taking a break from your daily hustle and exploring the international scene. Whether you're a traveler or just getting started, it's always an exciting experience to jet off to a new destination and soak up the local culture.

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Several international cities worldwide have stunning architecture, mouth-watering cuisines, vibrant cultures, and the perfect Instagram-worthy sceneries. Here are some of the best, according to Americans who have been there. These cities are so good they'll have you hooked, line and sinker.

1. Istanbul

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Istanbul truly reigns as the sultan of international cities. Its blend of East and West, ancient and modern, is an absolute Turkish delight. The Grand Bazaar's bustling trade and the Blue Mosque's serene beauty make Istanbul a feast for the senses.

And let's not forget the delicious cuisines that'll have you returning for more. Americans who have traveled here highly recommend the experience because it will make you feel like a local.

2. Florence

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Florence is an art-lovers paradise with famous museums and galleries that draw crowds like a Renaissance masterpiece. The city is also a foodie's dreamland. It is renowned for its tempting gelato and pasta that'll have you saying “pasta la vista” to your meal.

It has iconic landmarks ranging from the Uffizi Gallery to the Ponte Vecchio, which makes your weekend getaways worthwhile. Since the city is always in vogue, no matter what time of the year you visit, you will have a fantastic experience.

3. Vienna

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You can find Vienna, Austria, to be a real waltz in the park. The city's architecture will make your jaw drop like a Viennese strudel, and their lip-smacking delicacies will keep your taste buds yearning.

Places like the Schönbrunn Palace and the world-renowned Vienna State Opera will blow your mind. You can add Vienna to your travel list, and you won't regret it!

4. Dublin

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Dublin, Ireland, has been a top pick among American travelers for a while now, and it's not hard to see why. The city has friendly locals, lively pubs, and a rich history, and it is the perfect place to get your “vibe” on.

You'll find the Guinness Storehouse and Trinity College quite pleasing to tour, among other popular attractions. In addition, the city's convenient location makes it easy to move around or visit other European destinations.

5. Banff

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Banff, Canada, is an icy-cool spot in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. It is a snowball's throw from glaciers and wildlife galore. In the winter, Banff is a winter wonderland, perfect for skiing and snowboarding. Come summer. It's a hiking haven with views that'll take your breath away.

Banff has excellent dining, shopping, and even hot springs to soak in; it is no wonder Americans highly recommend it for a chill time.

6. Ronda

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Ronda is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and attracts thousands of eager American visitors hoping to catch sights of the famous bridges and bullfights.

Someone once remarked that the bridge was something out of a fairytale. Ronda has many historical sites, like the Casa Del Rey Moro and Mirador De San Nicolás.

7. Amsterdam

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Amsterdam may be known as the commercial hub of the Netherlands, given that it is the country's capital. Many Americans who have visited the area highly recommend it as one of the best travel destinations. Apart from the architectural brilliance, Americans recommend the place for nightlife lovers.

8. Rio de Janeiro

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Rio de Janeiro, called Rio for short, is one of the top cities recommended by Americans who have been to Brazil for a vacation. Rio is home to many beaches where visitors can join in some beach sports or lazily sunbathe on the shores.

The magic doesn't end there. Visitors who love arts and exceptional architectural designs can check out the Museu do Amanha to gawk and learn about history. Families can also visit the Christ the Redeemer statue, which is 30m high and offers breathtaking city views. Finally, let's not forget the Maracanã for Sports buffs.

9. Edinburgh

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Edinburgh is one of the best international cities to visit if you have enjoyed the classics like Harry Potter, Inspector Rebus books, and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Visitors are welcome to go on Harry Potter tours through the Potter trails, Hogwarts Express tour, and camp outside Alnwick Castle, taking pictures with hundreds of Potter fans from America and other parts of the world. The city is home to the famous Edinburgh Castle, built on a dormant volcano believed to have erupted about 300+ years ago.

10. Valencia

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Interestingly, out of the fantastic things visitors could do in Valencia, some Americans who have visited the city praised it for its Agua De Valencia. Agua de Valencia is a cocktail combining many ingredients, including orange juice.

Valencia has its fair share of beautiful sights, like the Science Museum. Plus, the area has a rich cultural history and language worth exploring.

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