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Top 10 Cities You Have To Visit Before You Die

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Travelling is one of the greatest ways to spend your hard-earned cash.

Don’t get us wrong, Manchester is the centre of the world, but sometimes it’s nice to jet off to enjoy sun, snow, or something saucy in foreign climes.

Luckily, Hundredrooms compares holiday rental prices from all over the world, which means you can really save the £££s on your dream trip with just one click.

The site has done all the hard work, bringing together properties from Booking.com, 9flats, Only Apartments, HouseTrip, Airbnb, Wimdu and HomeAway among others.

Which means your dream destination is easier than ever to visit.

Here are some of ours…

1. Paris

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It’s the city of romance, style and that effortless Gallic cool, and it’s a hop, skip and a jump away.

You’re never ever going to regret being a tourist in the French capital, whatever the weather.

Must see: The Eiffel Tower, The Champs-Élysées, The Arc de Triomphe… Too many to mention.

2. Cape Town

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It’s a coastal city in a country which has had such an incredible past, and Cape Town manages to be a meeting place for culture and history.

You’ll never forget your visit.

Must see: Table Mountain and Robben Island

3. Oslo

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City on the sea with Norway’s stunning landscapes in easy reach, the capital of this Scandi paradise is as architecturally modern as it is laid back.

Take a load of cash – you’ll need it – and be prepared to have a blast.

Must see: Oslo Opera House, Vigeland Park, Magic Ice Bar

4. Berlin

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It’s a historic city of two halves – east and west – but it’s also split down its incredible past and its breathtaking modernity.

Think clubbing and culture, dining and drinking and a hefty splash of German good humour to make it all unforgettable.

Must see: Brandenburg Gate, Fernsehturm, Berlin Wall

5. Naples

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The south of Italy has less money and packs a hotter punch, but what it lacks in greenery, it more than makes up for in steamy nights that will stay with you forever.

Think the best pizza on the planet, the most attentive servers in the country and a massive cultural adventure on its historic streets.

Must see: Mount Vesuvius, Catacombs of San Gennaro, Pompeii

6. Istanbul

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A collision of East and West – the city has a Europe side and an Asia side – doesn’t give the Turkish city a split personality.

If anything, it makes its expansive cultural sights even more breathtaking.

Must see: Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, The Bosphorus

7. Jakarta

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The street food vendors are reason enough for us, but if you’re not convinced on a visit to the Indonesian capital, how about a sunny day trip to Kota on the coast for some fresh air?

When you come back, you’ll still be able to return to the smoggy streets and tuck into the best nasi goreng imaginable.

Must see: Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta Cathedral, Pramuka Island

8. Sydney

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There’s the Opera House, there’s Bondi Beach and there’s that very special vibe that those Aussies have emanating from their pores.

Getting down is definitely easy when you’re Down Under…

See what Lonely Planet has to say.

9. Prague

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It more than matches Paris’ beauty, Berlin’s history and Sydney’s beer… But it’s also reasonably priced and friendly as.

Check in and Czech out the scene in this Eastern Europe paradise.

Must see: Charles Bridge, Prague Astronomical Clock, Wenceslas Square

10. Moscow

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OK, so it’s a fairytale from Tolstoy, but there’s so much more to the vibrant Russian capital.

Ballet at the Bolshoi or a dander round Gorky Park – all of the iconic places are here.

Must see: St Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square, Bolshoi Theatre

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