Cross the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and enter a city born from the Gold Rush of the 1840s and sustained from the Tech Rush of the new millennium—San Francisco.
Tokyo is a city of contrasts. Renowned for reverence to ancient traditions, it also shows devotion to technology as the world’s most future-forward metropolis.
It is a city known for its food carts, craft breweries and its coffee—Portland, Oregon. Found at the end of the Oregon Trail, this hipster haven is ensconced in the lush surroundings of the Willamette Valley.
Birmingham, the second most populous city in the United Kingdom, is celebrated both for its medieval heritage and its role in launching the Industrial Revolution in the late 18th century.
One of the largest metropolitan areas on the planet and the oldest capital city in the Americas, Mexico City is a fascinating mix of ancient roots, colonial influence and cosmopolitan culture.
The Love River winds through this city of ancient tradition and 21st-century innovation, a city built on the foundation of Confucianism—Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
The Tournament of Roses and the Rose Bowl are world famous. In fact, this New Year’s Day tradition is synonymous with the Ball Drop of Times Square.
Dublin, Ireland, is a thousand-year-old city, famed for its poets and writers, its traditional dance and its welcoming spirit making anyone feel at home.
It is the city of Hans Christian Andersen—and the birthplace of some of the world’s most beloved fairy tales. Originally a small fishing village established by the Vikings, today Copenhagen—Denmark’s capital city—is one of the world’s premier tourist destinations.
Miami, Florida. A tropical paradise unlike any other, it is a sultry melting pot of many different customs and cultures, spiced with a lot of Latin heat.
Every year it draws new visionaries, creatives and young dreamers who envision the radical future of our digital landscape. They flock from around the world to pursue a goal of becoming the next titan of tech, much like Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg.
For generations it’s been the cultural hub of African-American and Caribbean life in the United States.
A stone’s throw away from St. Paul’s Cathedral, in the center of the City of London, there’s another historic building of religious importance—the Church of Scientology London.
Melbourne is one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities. It is also a city known for its coffee, food and as the sporting capital of the world. In Melbourne, sport is a religion that crosses all cultures and faiths.
Formerly vast swaths of citrus orchards and old Hollywood movie sets, today the San Fernando Valley has morphed into a land of aerospace pioneers, global entertainment giants and diverse, growing communities.
Nestled in the heart of Tampa, Florida, is the city’s historic touchstone. In the center of the Latino district of Ybor City, Ybor Square is an 80,000-square-foot building that has loomed over Tampa’s skyline since the 1880s.
It’s an international capital of finance, fashion, theater and communications, home to a global mix of cultures, where some 200 languages are spoken—New York City.
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