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Sydney named second friendliest city in the world

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Sydney has been named the second friendliest city worldwide, according to a survey undertaken by 128,000 Conde Nast readers. The annual survey asks travellers to rank a city’s friendliness in terms of where they feel most welcome, if a city was easy to navigate or if an outgoing local showed the way. Also ranked in the top five positions were Charleston (South Carolina), Dublin (Ireland), Queenstown (New Zealand) and Park City (Utah). Click here to view the full list of rankings for the world's top 10 friendliest and unfriendliest cities.

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Friendliest and unfriendliest cities in the world

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Conde Nast Traveller readers have weighed in on the friendliest (and unfriendliest) cities in the world for 2014, with Sydney and Melbourne making the cut. Sydney, ranking as the 5th friendliest city, is described as the most beautiful city in the world with breathtaking harbour and beaches, and the friendliest people. Melbourne tops the list, with Melbournians being described as a friendly bunch, famous for their wonderful sense of humour.

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Sydney the friendliest international city for tourists

Sydney the friendliest international city for tourists | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

International travellers have voted Sydney the world's friendliest city for 2015. Readers of the luxury travel magazine Conde Nast Traveller have named Sydney the friendliest city for visitors in the publication's annual rankings. Sydney's highlights for visitors were the usual suspects, with the tours of the harbour and the Harbour Bridge climb cited as highlights. The city tied last year as the fifth friendliest city in the world, when Melbourne was named number 1. The top five friendliest cities were:


  1. Sydney, Australia
  2. Dublin, Ireland
  3. Queenstown, New Zealand
  4. Krakow, Poland
  5. Bruges, Belgium


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Carol Carini's curator insight, September 9, 2015 12:31 PM

I lived in Sydney for 5 years. I agree with this.

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