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From London to Tokyo, the world’s most exciting cities have a few things in common: a vibrant cultural life, great food, spectacular sights and rich architecture. But they’ll need a unique star quality to make it onto our list of the most fun cities in the world.
Japan’s fast-paced, bustling capital is one of Earth’s most captivating cities. It enthralls visitors with a unique mix of ancient traditions and cutting-edge modernity. Tokyo is home to many of the world’s latest technological innovations as well as some truly bizarre, mind-bending concepts. From robot restaurants to high-octane karaoke, massive video game parlours and unthinkable food creations, as well as more shopping, restaurants and nightlife venues than you can shake a stick at, Tokyo will set your heart pumping. Above all, be prepared for its street life to bombard your senses as you lose yourself in the fast-moving masses, neon lights and jumbotrons. Tokyo is anything but laid back. So if you’re in search of excitement, the constant stream of stimuli, activities and unexpected experiences means there’s no better place.
Let’s face it, Berlin is one of the coolest cities in the world: fast-changing and infused with youth culture. The city has a large young population, thanks in large part to its affordability. It is also popular with creatives of all types working in film, fashion, music and the visual arts, resulting in an endlessly stimulating and ever-changing environment. Berlin also boasts some of the world’s best nightlife. Cheap beer, late-closing times, and the seamless co-existence of edgy underground venues with techno-pumping super clubs makes it a night owl’s dream. Beyond this, there’s always something new and unique to discover to awaken the senses and inspire the mind, from innovative architecture to evocative artwork and ultra-cool gentrified neighborhoods.