There is a breed of travellers that seek the uniqueness of the culture of the country they visited. Culture primarily has to do with people and less with places or things. So visiting museums, touring ancient structures, attending festivals, and eating local food does not provide the same experience as becoming a member of the culture itself.
MyVoucherCodes reveals the must-visit locations for the culture-seeker, rating 35 overall destinations on World Heritage sites, museums, art galleries and much more.
A multicultural city which has attracted artists, writers and academics for centuries, the city sees millions of tourists each year who visit its many museums and historic landmarks such as the Louvre, Notre-Dame and, of course, the Eiffel Tower. It was followed by two more of the world’s most prominent cities, New York and London, with two from the Far East rounding out the top five: Seoul and Tokyo.
Below are the top five most cultural cities in the world.