Citizen Reporter
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22 Oct 2019
12:06 pm

Cape Town ranked 5th-sexiest city in the world

Citizen Reporter

The website also ranked eSwatini 5th in the top 10 countries for travel in 2020.

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In its latest, travel blog Big 7 Travel has ranked Cape Town as the fifth-sexiest city in the world.

The blog ranked the cities based on the cities having the most sex (Lazeeva), data regarding the countries with most sexual searches online (Vouchercloud), research on the best cities for single people, research on the sexiest nationalities in the world, highest number of romantic restaurants, date night spots, and passion-inducing activities, and opinions of sexy cities as from its audience of 2.5 million readers.

“From the sexiest nationalities to the cities with the most sexually active residents, there are a few factors that go into ranking a city based on its sexiness, which includes everything from accents to the number of romantic spots that induce passion,” said the blog.

In the top spot is Miami, Florida, in the USA with its vibrant nightlife, rich party culture, and some of the most romantic views in the United States.

Find below the top 10 sexiest cities in the world, according to Big 7 Travel:

1.Miami, Florida, USA
2. Paris, France
3. Denver, Colorado, USA
4. Copenhagen, Denmark
5. Cape Town, South Africa
6. Zurich, Switzerland
7. Cap d’Agde, France
8. Dublin, Ireland
9. Liverpool, UK
10. Los Angeles, California, USA

Lonely Planet has also released its annual “Best in Travel” list and ranked the Cape Winelands among some of the best to get the best value.

The top 10 places for best value were:

1. East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
2. Budapest, Hungary
3. Madhya Pradesh, India
4. Buffalo, NY, USA
5. Azerbaijan
6. Serbia
7. Tunisia
8. Cape Winelands
9. Athens, Greece
10. Zanzibar, Tanzania

The website also ranked eSwatini 5th in the top 10 countries for travel in 2020, followed by Costa Rica, The Netherlands, Liberia, Morocco and Uruguay.

Bhutan was ranked first, followed by England, North Macedonia and Aruba.

(Compiled by Vhahangwele Nemakonde.)

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