10 Cities From Around the World Women Swear You’ll Fall in Love With

An online community of women tells us about the place they fell in love with. From their pragmatic value to aesthetics, there’s something for everyone. Check out these ten cities women swear will steal your heart (or at least give it a good squeeze)!

1) Edinburgh

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Edinburgh, where the grey skies and views of the North Sea will make your heart skip a beat…eventually. Don’t worry if you don’t fall in love at first sight – it’ll sneak up on you like a thief in the night, as it did for one forum user. Additionally, Edinburgh offers impressive architecture and indie bookshops to get lost in.

2) San Diego

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San Diego is another winner, but the housing prices are so crazy that you might have to sell a kidney. Still, basking in the sun and ocean breeze is worth it. One person confesses making the hard choice and moving to San Diego. Leaving things behind was intense, but ultimately, the city’s beauty made everything worthwhile.

3) Porto

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Porto will have you feeling like you’ve stepped into a fairytale with its breathtaking architecture, stunning views, and walkable streets. One person admits wanting to live in the gorgeous Portuguese city for life.

4) Chicago

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Chicago might not get enough love, but it deserves it for its beautiful summers, central location, and excellent public transport. Some women comment about its walkability, which is a must! Plus, who doesn’t love a good deep-dish pizza?

5) Barcelona

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As someone points out, Barcelona is a vibrant city with Gaudi architecture at every turn. It’s like a kaleidoscope for your eyes, and you won’t be able to look away.

6) Strasberg

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Strasberg in France is like Paris, but better – at least according to one traveler. The people are friendly, the city is gorgeous, and you won’t have to elbow through crowds of tourists. Isn’t that nice?

7) London

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Despite its grimy streets and Tube strikes, London holds a special place in one user’s heart. It was where she had her first international experience and fell in love with the freedom and fascination of it all. Like any city, London has had its best and worst times. However, the experience it promises is like no other.

8) Tokyo

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Tokyo is a wonderland of vending machines, tasty food, and things that stay open late. As numerous commenters point out, you won’t even feel homesick, even if you’re from a different part of the world. Not to mention, someone remembers feeling safe and at peace during their stay in Tokyo. How wonderful.

9) San Sebastián

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San Sebastián in Spain is a safe haven for women with its beautiful beaches, buildings, and food. The views of the ocean and mountains are just icing on the cake. One user particularly likes the shops and eateries adorning the streets. It’s a safe and aesthetic place to walk around at night.

10) Mumbai

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And last but not least, Mumbai is the only city one user confesses loving. It’s like the one that got away but in a good way. With its rich history and culture, the city has much to offer. The colorful marketplaces are enchanting. And, of course, the food is memorable, bursting with flavor.

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