The best cities in Europe aren’t always the ones that immediately spring to mind. Yes, we love a weekend in Paris or a roam around, er, Rome, but sometimes the best places to visit aren’t the first ones you think of. So if you’re looking for a brilliant European city break a little further afield – or one that might not be as swamped by tourists, head to one of these 24 locations. One more thing: wine in Porto or pasta in Siena first?
Many visitors head to Africa for safaris and natural scenery, but its cities pulse with an urban cultural beat you’ll love. Here are four spots you shouldn’t miss.
These stunning viewpoints put the fun into funiculars and the drama into panorama – and many have art, bars and cafes to enjoy, too
Is your city competitive economically, socially, culturally, and environmentally? Many cities on the continent offer attractive environments in which to do business, and the quality of living is an essential component o f a city’s attractiveness. The appeal of cities as a place to live and work is a key aspect of attracting talent as […]
sia’s cities have a tendency to make their Western counterparts feel like rather quaint county towns. Vast, sprawling and densely populated, they are 24-hour non-stop hotspots that veritably pulsate with life
Source: Living the Beach Life in Cancun
Americans are born with an entrepreneurial streak. It’s in our DNA. From the Gold Rush to the Industrial Revolution to the Internet Age, intense periods of innovation have molded our economy and sparked important societal advancements.
Today, more than 15.3 million people in the U.S., or nearly 10 percent of the labor force, work for themselves. And there is always room in the market for new ideas, products, services and multi-million-dollar success stories — if one knows where to look.
The International Construction Cost Report compares top cities globally to reveal the factors effecting construction expenses worldwide.
London is among the world’s top ten most expensive cities to build in, according to the latest International Construction Costs report, published by Arcadis. According to the study of comparative construction costs across 100 global cities, London is the 6th most expensive city in the world for construction, beaten only by international mega cities like New York (1st), San Francisco (2nd) and Hong Kong (3rd). In contrast, the 10 least expensive cities for construction are situated predominantly in Asia.