The ranking of the world’s best cities of 2021 is out, and only one Indian city has managed to secure a spot. Can you guess the city? By Kumar Shree

Even though the ongoing pandemic has put a halt on all our international travel plans, the list of the world’s best cities of 2021 is out. And we bet this will help you create a brand-new travel bucket list for the upcoming year! This goes on to show that no matter what, wanderers are still dreaming of stepping out and exploring new destinations every day.

 

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Resonance Consultancy, a global consultancy company that advises on real estate, tourism and the economy has put together a list of 100 cities around the world with a population of more than 10 lakh people. The cities on this list have been ranked on 25 factors, which include parameters such as diversity, number of tourist attractions, social media presence and weather.

Given the current global situation, for the first time, the cities have also been ranked on some additional factors, such as unemployment, the rate of COVID-19 infections, etc. We are sure that it will help you plan your next international trip in an informed manner.

 

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While Delhi is the only Indian city in the list; the following cities have managed to grab the top 10 spots.

1. London (UK)
2. New York (USA)
3. Paris (France)
4. Moscow (Russia)
5. Tokyo (Japan)
6. Dubai (UAE)
7. Singapore
8. Barcelona (Spain)
9. Los Angeles (USA)
10. Madrid (Spain)

Interestingly, London (UK) has managed to get the top spot for the fifth consecutive year.

 

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Meanwhile, Abu Dhabi (UAE), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Berlin (Germany), Chicago (United States), Prague (Czech Republic), Rome (Italy), San Francisco (USA), Toronto (Canada) and Washington DC (United States) have taken the next few spots.

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