Not invited: Americans
dificult to choose one...but i like toledo very much. Its like a fucking city of the lord of the rings lel.
Hard to decide, but I would say Dresden is at least one of the most beautiful ones.
I am not him, but the most beautiful is probably San Francisco during day, New York or maybe some city like Pittsburgh at night.
not even a meme desu, Atlantic Canada shares 10 homicides a year max with a 2.4 million population
just decent people desu
Segovia is god tier
This one is great too
san sebastian is bretty gud desu. its like a caribbean city but in the first world and with the fucking cold water
There is probably some pretty cities in the rockies/Northwest but I do not remember them because they are all pretty samey and unremarkable. Same with the New England villages that look like English and Skandi cities, they all look the same and are unremarkable. I live in the Mid-Atlantic so that probably affects my opinion but I find cities like pic related (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) to be prettier than the stuff you and the German posted.
No soy el que puso la foto. Te recomiendo ver la playa de la Concha, subir al Monte Igueldo (desde donde se sacó esa foto), no se si siguen teniendo ahí arriba un mini parque de atracciones, si está, prueba alguna de las atracciones, estaba bien cuando era pequeño :)
También es bonita la parte vieja de la ciudad, la otra playa y la catedral.
It looks prettier, and I like the way the river goes.
I could say the same about how a lot lf your cities are generic as many of the castles and buildings look very generic as a lot of them were done in the same style (Baroque, Gothic, etc.).
out of memes, you have to understand that for an european to see a bunch of modern buildings and a modern bridges are not attractive.
we have 2000 years of civilization history and we like old cities,castles,cathedrals,medieval monuments,renacentist palaces., celts ruins,colonial buildings .....etc
your cities look pretty normal. Modern with a lot of skyscrapers, but for the average european these is not beautiful
As much as I like Boston from ground level, the skyline isn't the greatest.
No Americans posted Beacon Hill in Boston? Seriously?
One neighborhood does not a city make
Bergen are always posted as representative for Norway, so I post this instead
As much shit as it gets I think Reykjavik's a pretty qt city.
I know I'm not from Iceland. but, Reykjavik is so fucking pretty
Damn I don't really know
I think of dozens of villages but can't pick a city
Maybe Annecy ? I know more "scenic"towns, more impressive like Carcassonne but Annecy has beautiful streets, canals, it's colorful, lots of monuments, in the mountains and near a blue lake, I'll dump some pics
I could pick bigger cities like Lyon which is very nice or Strasbourg beautiful too but fuck it
>Europeans constantly bragging about their gorgeous cities
>Same 2 or 3 everything else looks average
please post them I am waiting
And it's located on the shore of this lake
And it shouldn't even be in mine but hey, shit happens
Suit yourself it's only justice for all the slags tasting French cock right now
Hakodate city is considered having one of the most beautiful night view in japan.
I fucking hate how interstates cut right through downtown Boston. While there are many historic, preserved neighborhoods, many have been demolished and turned into classic American bullshit. Also Boston city hall is cancer
Only visited once but the uni was beautiful (and much of the city was like it)
Dorset is also nice
here are some yanks marching through it on their way to Normandy
Sandbanks, a small peninsula adjoined to the town of Poole (it has the 4th highest land value in the world)
Bournemouth [Gardens], east of Poole
the city (there aren't many photos of it)
Its so funny meeting yanks in real life and they say Eden Burg.
I call edinburghers Edinburgers as a result
Why are you posting these shit tier cities? You're embarassing us
I haven't travelled to many cities, just posting the ones I know
I visit Swanage somewhat often, which is always nice
peaceful for most of the year
Our seaside resorts down in Devon and Cornwall look like southern France.
and super busy during regatta festival (as well as the rest of Dorset)
but i'm getting fairly off-topic here and i don't know many cities so shall i stop
neat, you ever holiday down there?
there are many strange characters here
Yes. I want camping there, stayed in Dawlish. Visited Exeter, Torquay, Dawlish Warren, Paignton, Brixham, Teignmouth and Dartmouth.
Dartmouth was the prettiest.
>4chan doesn't support your picture's humonguous size
Shame. But it's Quebec City, not even debatable.
Pic : https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c8/79_-_Qu%C3%A9bec_-_Juin_2009.jpg
Here's a lovely Swedish town.
that's actually quiet pretty the link pic. It looks like a nice summer evening. I would love to visit a restaurant near the coast and maybe eat a fish, while sipping on a cool Pepsi and stare into the sun.
Used to live in SF, the areas away from downtown are comfy as fuck, especially if it's a foggy/rainy day which was common.
>tfw you will never drink coffee on one of the building roofs while the morning sun rises
It was very nice when I visited it in 2014.
Boston has a lot of nice looking areas, and a lot of shitty looking areas. Plus there are nice surrounding areas too.