London, England. It has a wide variety of history and architecture. You can visit a Roman wall from the 300s, a 1,000 year old castle, and state-of-the-art skyscrapers all within a few blocks of each other.
New Hope Pennsylvania. Awesome to experience. Nice people, cool shops, sort of old style to it, like if hipster/indie/hippies/beach bums were a city, it'd be new hope. (though there isn't an actual beach...)
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Well I would say New York City even thought I hated it because it was a real city with nothing natural about it everything was planed out then the land destroyed and things put on top of it, but it is still a fun place to visit. But my sister would say London for sure. Her and her boy friend loved it there so much they named their cat after it. But from what she has told me of Europe in general makes it sound like everyone should visit every city in Europe. :)
Avignon, France. It is a beautiful little city in the South of France (think a mini-Paris) with tons of history. The place where the Popes resided for for almost 70 yrs., the Rhone River (famous in Van Gogh's "Starry Night" painting) runs through it, still has Roman fortifications around it and is close to Provence and the countryside. The city itself is so quaint, easy to navigate through and the people are very friendly and helpful.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico. Definitely. Read some history, fiction/non-fiction;historical. Her early days. I'd recommend "Death Comes to the Archbishop" (Willa Cather); go and visit her during the fall, preferably; prepare to be fascinated by her people; fall forever in love with her.
All of you who've answered this question, I haven't visited neighther one of these places except for New York. And that was only for 3 days and 2 nights. Just for a funeral, for a person I didn't know, but my Grandmother new. How boring is that? It was Grandmother's dad. Sooo I'm gessing he was already dead a long time ago, but they just found him. He's been dead long enough, that no1 at the funeral that was very close to him cried No1.
London is by far the best!!! I loved it!!!!! Everybody there is super nice and polite! The shopping is great there and there's also the clink which is super cool. I loved it there and my vote is its better than Paris . If u like Harry potter than there's lots of things to see
Geneva, Switzerland (Very beautiful and filled with art and music.), Chicago, United States (Exciting and lively city that is better than New York to me and has LOTS of fun things to do.), and Venice, Italy (Very pretty and has many cool and historical attractions).