9. New York
Big Apple. A city that never sleeps. New York, New York. A small number of cities in history have been acclaimed as the metropolis, and it is not difficult to see why this is so. With stunning architecture and wonderful museums, among other things, New York is a real cultural capital. With all that, it is also a vast population of very intelligent, single ladies, so there is probably no need to convince you to visit this city any more.
Also known as the Eternal City, Rome is a living relic of what connects the ancient with the modern. With more than 2,500 years of continuous occupation, Rome has evolved chaotically, sometimes brutally, but he is the beacon in a world that is dark, cruel and uncivilized. His reputation remains intact, with all its architectural and historical splendor, beautiful parks, idyllic views and a wealth of masterpieces with a glamorous reputation of their women, Rome is a fantastic city in which you can lose yourself.
Return to the New World – and the charms of Montreal. First, people speak French, which is always glamorous. Second, Montreal is declared one of the best designed cities in the world by UNESCO. This is a beautiful city, which has an antique charm (Old Port, with cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages), but also the center of the city which is full of skyscrapers. In 2010, Montreal was named a hub city, ranked 34th globally out of 289 cities for innovation across multiple sectors of the urban economy, in the Innovation Cities Index by 2thinknow.
Tallinn has something for everyone. As the capital of Estonia, the small but fierce pride nation, Tallinn is its cultural and economic epicenter, recently named the main cultural capital for the current year. However, despite being the smallest city in the list, with a population of around half a million, Tallinn can compete with much “stronger” than itself. While having historical buildings of the world caliber, it is looking into the future in the same time, and it is named as one of the best digital cities on the global level. It is clear why the ambitious, Estonia’s young women want to live here. This is the city you must visit!
Miami – a city made up for singles, mostly known for its beautiful weather and crazy parties. Who would not want to spend days on South Beach, enjoying the sun and watching the most beautiful women? This is not a city that has a history and heritage like any other on this list, but it has its charms. If Miami was a woman, it would be a fatal lady who would chewed and spit you. And you would love it and ask for more!
Stockholm is the most populous metropolitan area in Scandinavia, and like many of the cities on this list may be the cultural and historical center of its country. With beautiful buildings built in the middle of a series of islands, Stockholm is made up of almost 1 / 3 green areas, which provide its fresh air that differentiates it from other participants on our list. This is another city with a wide range of museums, art galleries and other cultural spaces, and has an excellent education system. No wonder the women of Sweden consider it a desirable place to live.
Moscow is by far the largest city in Russia, and now (according to Forbes list) has more billionaires than any other city in the world. The wealth that poured into Russia in recent years is not unused; historical sites like the Kremlin now share space with the modern city skyscrapers. Moscow also has world-famous cultural heritage, with groups such as the Bolshoi Ballet etc. This combination of wealth and culture must be attractive to the rich, or ones that want to become rich.
2. Hong Kong
With its enormous economic importance, Hong Kong has become extremely rich and full of skyscrapers and neon lights. Blending Eastern and Western culture has also helped Hong Kong to falsify its identity that makes it unique. And with all that energy that comes from all buildings, it is clear that people here know how to have fun. It is a city that has everything a young man or woman can only wish for.
Bangkok is another eastern city that has been exposed to the western culture a lot. Among other things, it is known for its huge traffic jams, comparing to which even New York looks passable. But what is more important is its role of educational center of Thailand, with the majority of university-educated nation that is situated here. Bangkok attracts many young and intelligent people, and majority of them stays there to seek an employment. Its lively spirit set it in the first place of our top ten list.