Cape Town rated 7th on ‘Worlds 50 Most Beautiful Cities’ list

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Cape Town came in at number seven when Flight Network recently released its ‘Worlds 50 Most Beautiful Cities’ list chosen by the world’s top travel professionals.

The mother city came seventh with its picturesque views and it is an ideal holiday destination. Cape Town being any adrenalin junkie’s haven also definitely worked in its favour.

This comes after the extensive collaboration produced the most thoughtful and definitive list of the World’s Best Cities – a guide that the company hope will inspire travelers not only in 2019 but for years to come.

Cape Town came in at number seven mainly because its any nature lover’s dream due to its mountains, many miles of coastline, and plenty of biking, hiking, and exploring!

“One of the best places for an amazing view (and there are many), Table Mountain is hard to beat. Around the mountain itself is the Table Mountain National Park, which is one of the richest floral regions in the world! Other visually stunning locations include the Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach, and Lion’s Head mountain”.

The network said that Cape Town is a blend of distinct cultures and people groups, making it one of the most multicultural cities in the world.

Cape Town was recently ranked as the 5th sexiest city in the world.

The top 10 is as follows:

This year, Paris, France took the number one spot as it boasts the sparking Eiffel Tower and incredibly famous works of art in the Le Louvre museum such as the Mona Lisa.

New York and London follow due to the vibes each city has to offer while Venice, Italy, Vancouver, Canada and Barcelona, Spain follows in fourth, fifth and sixth place.

San Francisco, America and Sydney, Australia ultimately make up the top ten.

More: The South African

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