25 Beautiful Sunset Photos Of Cities Around The World

Miami

Miami

We already know most of what there is to know about Miami, but as if it wasn't beautiful enough with all the sun, surf, beaches and beach bodies, it looks pretty damn good at twilight.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam

The Dutch capital is perhaps only slightly more famous for its great artistic heritage and its canal system, as it is for certain liberal indulgences.



Sydney

Sydney

Australia's largest city has one of the most famous and eye-catching harbors in the whole world, and what better time to catch it than at sunset...

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Filled with 19th Century architecture and many different cultures and languages (in addition to Spanish), the capital and largest city of Argentina is one of the sexiest on the planet.



Vienna

Vienna

Imperial palaces, historic buildings, and the coffee houses galore, the Austrian capital is also famous for being home to people like Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud.

London

London

London has a history stretching back to Roman times and is well-known for its extensive influence on, not only Western culture, but the world in general. You've got to visit London at least once in your life time.



Auckland

Auckland

New Zealand's largest city is built around two harbors, meaning that life on the water is a big part of life in this truly multi-cultural city.

Marrakesh

Marrakesh

Marrakesh (or Marrakech) is one of the four former imperial cities of Morocco, and although it is only the fourth-largest in the country, it is perhaps vying with Casablanca as the most important. This can be put down to the city's incredible past, which dates back to Neolithic times.



Honolulu

Honolulu

The gateway to Hawaii shouldn't be overlooked when in search of some surf and sun in Hawaii, particularly because of Waikiki. Of course, the Pearl Harbor Memorial is a must.

Philadelphia

Philadelphia

With such a very rich history, it's sometimes strange to think that this city is best remembered by many as the one in which Sylvester Stallone's Rocky has his triumphant run on the steps of the Museum of Art.....which is, of course, best enjoyed without the music....



Bangkok

Bangkok

Thailand's capital and largest city is one of the most-visited places on Earth, in part because of the vibrancy of its street life and array of beautiful shrines, but also because it's the gateway to the rest of the country and all of its wonders, from the seedy to the serene.

Brussels

Brussels

It would be a tragedy to go through life and only ever associate the name of this beautiful city with sprouts. The city is, of course, home to a host of different international organizations concerning themselves with world politics, and is the de facto capital of the European Union.



Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

The Petronas twin Towers make the skyline of KL an iconic one, and not just for visitors who don't leave the airport while on the way to somewhere else. Malaysia's capital and largest city is one of the fastest growing metropolis areas in Asia, both in terms of economy and population.

Oslo

Oslo

Oslo is the capital of one of the planet's most beautiful and richest countries; Norway. What's not to love?



Paris

Paris

France's capital is the most-visited city on planet Earth. There's more reasons for that than just the Eiffel Tower.

San Francisco

San Francisco

The cultural, commercial and financial hub of northern California. If there's anything you don't know about San Francisco, you'd better go and find out what it is...



Prague

Prague

Baroque, Gothic, and Medieval, the historic city center is, on it's own, worth a visit. Many insist that “the City of a Hundred Spires" equals Paris in terms of its beauty.

Seoul

Seoul

Seoul is a massive metropolis in South Korea with so much to see and do that it's almost pointless to start. It's curious mixture of modernity in skyscrapers and pop culture, standing alongside Buddhist temples and authentic street markets make it a must.



Istanbul

Istanbul

Istanbul, Constantinople, or Byzantium, this is east-meets-west with history dating back as far as one would care to look. It straddles Europe and Asia, just as it straddles the religions and cultural influences which make it truly unique.

Toronto

Toronto

Canada's largest city is, of course, a modern one, but the aboriginal peoples of the area have been around for thousands of years. There are over 150 languages spoken within the city.



Barcelona

Barcelona

This cosmopolitan Spanish city is known for its art and architecture....and of course, soccer.

 

Cape Town

Cape Town

The second-largest city in South Africa after Johannesburg, Cape Town is famous for its beautiful, natural surrounds, including Table Mountain and the harbor.



Dubai

Dubai

There's many things that make this city famous. Sure, its place on the map keeps the airport busy, but as many of us will know, Dubai keeps sprouting up more and more reasons to leave the airport. One of which is the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.

Rome

Rome

This city has played such a huge role in shaping the modern world that it's hard to get one's head around, let alone know where to start in mentioning reasons for visiting. Hey, you might have to just Google it!



Tokyo

Tokyo

This city is the largest on the planet (perhaps only until China completes the supposed plans to merge a handful of its cities in to one and create the largest metropolis the planet has ever seen). But whereas other huge cities sometimes struggle with the issues that go with it like crime and pollution, Tokyo remains among the safest and cleanest cities int he world. Truly remarkable.