The 10 most walkable cities in the world according to

New York – There’s little chance of getting lost in New York no matter how far you wander. Walk around Manhattan discovering its varied neighborhoods from SoHo to Little Italy and of course Central Park. guests rated New York highly for city walks but should you need it, there’s always the subway.
Perth – Explore the old streets, lovely architecture and green spaces on your own or with a guide. Perth is home to a great cultural scene and there is no better way to take this all in than on foot. If you need a helping hand to point out significant historical or secret gems, “Two Feat and a Heartbeat” is a popular walking tour company.
Vancouver – It is a pleasure to explore Vancouver on foot with its combination of stunning natural surroundings and varied cultural offerings. A few particularly good walking spots include the promenade along the False Creek shoreline to Granville Island and the walk through Ambleside Park.
San Francisco – The city’s personality is best absorbed by walking around its eclectic neighborhoods. For some of San Francisco’s most surprising scenery, take a walk in the woods or do an urban hike. Definitely a must do is to walk the 1.7 miles of the Golden Gate Bridge (or just to the first tower and back again) or step down to Pier 39 for fresh crab or an ice-cream.
Montevideo – Uruguay’s capital city Montevideo no doubt is large but it is surprisingly walkable. It has a very beachy vibe to it and is laid back yet vibrant, eclectic and rich with culture. Stroll down the Rambla (esplanade) at sunset and take in the many leafy plazas, grand colonial architecture, art deco and the 70’s concrete towers. Ciudad Vieja is especially captivating with its historic buildings. You will find yourself serenaded by street musicians that adds to the charm of the place.

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