October 16, 2021

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Prague has been chosen as the most beautiful city on the planet

“Whether you’re strolling the Charles Bridge or looking at the astronomical clock in the Old Town, a day in Prague has always been associated with breathtaking architecture,” Time Out wrote.

According to a survey by Time Out magazine, the Czech capital, Prague, has become the most beautiful city on the planet. This was reported by the web news portal Novinky.cz on Sunday.

The ranking is based on a survey of 27,000 people around the world. The magazine asked residents themselves about the qualities of their hometown, while in Prague, 83 percent of residents highlighted its picturesque appearance made up of historic streets that combine Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau styles.

“Whether you’re strolling the Charles Bridge or looking at the astronomical clock in the Old Town, a day in Prague has always been associated with breathtaking architecture,” Time Out wrote.

“However, they are not just buildings, for excellent views head to the Letenské sady and for something quieter on the Vltava Bridge,” this world magazine lists other Prague perks.

In addition to being the most beautiful and seventh best city in the world in the main category of the ranking, it was also ranked second for relaxation. According to the magazine, buying coffee and enjoying the surroundings is the property of the Czech capital.

Chicago magazine voted the second most beautiful city in the world. The rest of the leaderboard isn’t available yet, and Time Out will likely roll it out gradually. San Francisco took first place in the main ranking of the best cities, Amsterdam took second place, and third place Manchester.

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