London remains strong economically despite Brexit and the pandemic, attracting investment and tourism. Top city for tech investments since 2018 with evolving shops, bars, hotels, and restaurants, such as NoMad and One Hundred Shoreditch.
NYC has upgraded its international airports with new terminals, including LaGuardia's 35-gate Terminal B, and expanded Penn Station with the Moynihan Train Hall. Aman's new $3,200-a-night hotel, jazz club, food halls, and cultural attractions
Dubai targets 25 million visitors by 2025 after successful Expo 2020. Highlights include Museum of the Future, affordable hotel options, Michelin-starred restaurants, and the upcoming Santiago Calatrava's Tower.
Rome is full of history with numerous museums, landmarks, and ancient ruins like Palatine Hill. The Mausoleum of Augustus and Casa Romana have recently reopened, along with new attractions like the Museo Ninfeo.
The city-state's famous hawker stall street food, garden-like airport, and Raffles Singapore hotel make it a top destination. The Singapore Green Plan 2030 promises 800 miles of bike lanes and the reopening of the Rail Corridor.
Amsterdam is a sustainable and culturally rich destination, led by visionary mayor Femke Halsema. Its accessibility, canals, museums, and eco-conscious initiatives make it a must-visit in Europe.
The city offers world-class museums, wide boulevards, and a vibrant nightlife scene. COVID has impacted the city's nightlife, but outdoor dining and walking infrastructure investments should see the city bounce back.