Take a walk through the big cities

Posted by on December 7, 2013

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Walking is a great way to stay fit and also it is the most economical way to see a city. Through walking the tourist can really understand the culture of every city. In fact, down below you will see the best cities around the world that are suitable for walking…

New York, USA

New York is one of the most recognizable and famous tourist cities in the world. Visitors from outside the metro and the known by movies yellow taxis make your walking exploration of the Big Apple magical. The streets are numbered in such a way that even if you lose your map it is difficult to get lost.

New York City

New York City

Florence, Italy

In some Italian cities absent cars from the narrow cobbled streets in the center and the squares. While Rome may be the Eternal City and Milan the global capital of fashion, Florence is probably one of the most pedestrian friendly cities in the world. Walking the streets of this historic cities visitors can get an authentic taste of the rich history. Renaissance buildings, narrow streets, beautiful squares and ancient bridges give unforgettable memories to those who navigate the city streets.

Florence

Florence

Barcelona, Spain

The second largest city in Spain is ideal for those who love walking. Comfortable sidewalks, wide streets, parks and the fabulous creations of Gaudi accompany the tour in Barcelona magic. There is no better way of walking to get to know the city.

Barcelona

Barcelona

Melbourne, Australia

The second most popular city in Australia after Sydney, has a very good network of trams, trains and buses. Apart from these, guests can tour the city either on foot or even by bike, as it is relatively flat.

Melbourne

Melbourne

View more about cities here: European cities in other continents, Top 10 US cities: How much does a road trip cost?.

By Nicole P.

Big cities for walking photos: Yury Prokopenko, Moyan Brenn, Parthiv Patel.

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