The world-famous magazine Time Out has published the best of 2021. Listing the coolest districts of the world, the magazine also included Turkey in the list.
It’s been revealed, compiled by a survey of 27,000 people in budget programs around the world, and finalized by Time Out’s global editor.
Time Out’s editor-in-chief CarolineGinn told CNN Travel, “The epidemic loading has been challenging for hospitality businesses,” drawing attention to the pandemic’s attention.
FROM TURKEY, I ATTENDED ISTANBUL WITH THAT NEIGHBORHOOD
With its green spaces on the list, Andersonville in Chicago is second only to Time Out, while it is located in historic Jongno 3-ga in South Korea. Norrebro from Copenhagen took the first place. Kadıköy – İstanbul, also from Turkey, took the 45th place.
Per the listener, Nørrebro has been offered a visit by the residents of the last days, not only throughout their planned operation by Out of Time, but also to an interactive art exhibition.
Copenhagen was also recently recognized as the world’s “most existing” by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Safe Cities Index (SCI).
McGinn noted that while Time Out’s editors explained the list from an important local perspective, their sustainability was also mentioned in the choice of location in their decision-making pre-security.
McGinn also drew on how cities have been affected by the pandemic:
“People were hanging out in their neighborhoods, their livelihood depended on them for community and social life.”
Extensive purchasing businesses and highlights for the neighborhood are also highlighted, such as the coffee shop at Time Out Dakar. Such local spots are the soul of cities, McGinn said.
Here are 10 of Time Out’s coolest neighborhoods:
one. Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark
2nd. Andersonville, Chicago, USA
3. Jongno 3-ga, Seoul, South Korea
4. Leith, Edinburgh, England
5. Station District, Vilnius, Lithuania
6. Chelsea, New York, USA
7. District XI, Budapest, promotion
8. Ngor, Dakar, Senegal
9. Sai Kung, Hong Kong
10. Richmond, Melbourne, Australia