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It’s always fun to explore new places. Some of these places could be famous landmarks such as Times Square or Barcelona, or it could be as simple as an everyday average city. Many people prefer to drive when exploring an unfamiliar location to insure that they don’t get lost, but many cities are built for the purpose of easy navigation for walking. Here are ten cities that should be explored by foot.
New York City, New York
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Known as the Big Apple, New York is most famous for its popular tourist attractions, such as the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Empire State Building, Central Park, and Times Square. New York consists of many destinations and large buildings, making it easy to take a nice walk around the big city. It also contains many restaurants, offering a variety of food as well as daily adventures for families to enjoy such as touring the Empire State Building, having lunch in Central Park, or shopping in Times Square. A guide for exploring this marvelous city can be located at https://freetoursbyfoot.com/new-york-tours/.
Cinque Terre, Italy
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Cinque Terre is a city containing five villages on the coastline of Liguira, Italy. The five enclaves – Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso – are designated as a single UNESCO World Heritage Site. For ten years, cars have been banned in this area as it is wasy to navigate through walking and it has multiple train stations. There are also many steep-but-passable coastal trails that require a hiking permit, but are said to be bought with a rail pass, according to mnn.com. For more information, visit http://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/how-to-travel-to-cinque-terre
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Being the capital of Spain, Barcelona contains many different tourist attractions such as the Segarada Familia, a famous church; Casa Mila, a Gaudia masterpiece housing arts revenue, as well as its unforgettable history which can be found in museums and sculptural buildings, such as Park Guell. Anyone can roam around Barcelona by foot as it contains many car-less locations consisting of shops, cafes, kiosks, street performers, and plazas, according to mnn.com. To learn more about the different activities and locations within this city, you can visit https://freetoursbyfoot.com/?s=Barcelona.
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Dubrovnik is a city along the Adriatic Sea and is best trecognized as a spot for beach lovers, culture seekers, and island hoppers. The astonishing city contains many activities for visitors to do such as visit the annual summer festival, explore different islands, and learn about the city’s history. Dubrovnik also allows tourists to have a taste at the Croatian Sweets, which include kotonjata (a jelly-like dessert that’s crafted from a dunja, a local fruit that’s both sweet and bitter) as well as Orancini, which are candied strips of orange peels. Dubronvik allows visitors to have a taste of the culture in a fun, interesting way, according to fodors.com. For more information about the city, visit https://www.vogue.com/article/dubrovnik-croatia-travel-guide.
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Seoul’s massive subway network makes it unnecessary to travel by cars and taxis. The South Korean capital is a city of neighborhoods, each having its own features and personality, as well as areas that are either pedestrian-only or at least pedestrian-friendly. Seoul consists of many different plazas and shops that give visitors a taste of Korean culture, according to mnn.com. To learn more about this marvelous city, visit https://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g294197-Seoul-Vacations.html.