Which are the friendliest cities in the UK in 2022?

In 2022, the five most welcoming, welcoming and friendly cities in the UK, according to the renowned luxury magazine Condé Nast Traveller…

The ranking of the most welcoming cities in the United Kingdom was made based on the votes of readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine. If the country is already known for its great hospitality, where should you absolutely go to meet the nicest Brits? Spoiler alert, London is not one of them…

5 – Cardiff, the bustling capital of Wales

The city is known for its warm hospitality. Visitors discover a young, dynamic and lively capital. To complete the experience, the surrounding countryside and historic castles (including a majestic castle in the heart of the city) justify Cardiff’s place in the ranks of UK cities where life is good!

4 – Belfast, optimism incarnate

Residents of Northern Ireland’s capital are known for being upbeat and ‘hip’. This sets the stage for a benevolent welcome. In addition, the city is culturally and historically very rich, with places such as the Fenderesky Gallery, the Lyric Theater or the MAC cultural center, without forgetting the historical traces of the late Titanic shipyard.

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3 – Liverpool, the spirit of the Beatles welcomes you

To start the podium here is Liverpool, the maritime city of North West England. Everywhere in the streets floats the spirit of the legendary group The Beatles, up to the museum dedicated to them. Liverpool breathes art, music and football; the front desk is lively and we love it!

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2 – Manchester, a major cultural hub of the United Kingdom

“Manchester and Liverpool, I see myself strolling along the streets…” sang Marie Laforêt in 1967. Do these cities go hand in hand? In any case, they follow each other closely in the ranking of cities in the United Kingdom. Manchester no longer needs to prove its heritage and historical value with its Gothic cathedral, its former industrial district or the Manchester Art Gallery.

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1 – Glasgow, the friendliest city in the UK

The city of Scotland deserves its place as a favorite. First, because the inhabitants of this city have a reputation for treating the visitor as one of their own. So because you are easily seduced by its modern, dynamic and trendy atmosphere (it is still the second student city in the country…). Finally, Glasgow appeals to lovers of architecture, art and shopping. Go Go Go!

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