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Vacation means different things to different people. Some prefer to lie on the beach and move as little as possible. Others like to hit the town and immerse themselves in all the local attractions. Here are 13 cities that offer the best of both so you can please all parties.
From Park Güell to the Picasso Museum, there’s plenty to take in between beach breaks.
Walk along the many cobblestone streets to admire the colonial architecture (and snap some ’grams along the way).
They don’t call it the design capital of the world for nothing.
Home to the Wynwood Walls and all things Art Deco. (Oh yeah, and the best Cuban sandwiches outside of Havana.)
Think white cliffs and lush mountainsides along the coastline—and a smorgasbord of art and history from the Renaissance as you make your way inland.
Start the day off with an exhilarating climb across the iconic Harbour Bridge and then catch your breath with a leisurely stroll through the Museum of Contemporary Art afterward. (Before or after your photo sesh with the opera house—your call.)
Just off the coast of South Korea lies a magical island filled with flower fields as far as the eye can see, pristine beaches and museums dedicated to teddy bears.
First, sip a coconut. Then take time to appreciate the intricate street art that spans the city.
Beautiful beaches are practically synonymous with Puerto Rico, but it’s also a melting pot of Taíno, Caribbean and North American cultures (which can be seen in everything from their food to their architecture).
So much more than a swanky summer getaway spot, the Hamptons have hidden pockets of museums, sculpture gardens and even Jackson Pollock’s former house and art studio (which is open to the public).
If cleanliness is next to godliness, Singapore just may be your favorite city. With spotless streets and manmade beaches (using imported sand, natch), it's a mecca for people of, ahem, particular taste.
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