Marrakech ranks 3ᵉ in the top 10 of the most welcoming cities in the world. This is what emerges from the new ranking of the American magazine Conde Nast Traveller.
Marrakech was named the third “most welcoming” city by The Conde Nast Traveller. The American magazine describes the ocher city as one of the most accessible cities enjoying a “mixture of traditional” and modern lifestyles, a gateway to Africa and the Arab world, which has acquired a ” recent reputation as a hub for the diasporic art world in Africa”. In addition to the Yves Saint-Laurent Museum, art-loving visitors to the Moroccan city can “stop by the Al Maaden Museum of Contemporary African Art to sample some of the best works of modern African art”, the magazine said. .
Kralendijk, the capital of the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire, rises to the top of the ranking of the ten friendliest cities in the world. It is followed by San Miguel de Allende (Mexico), Bangkok, Lisbon, Dublin and Copenhagen. Istanbul, Singapore and Edinburgh close the ranks.