10 Greatest Cities In Great Britain


The Top Ten

1 London London London is the capital and most populous city of England and the United Kingdom. Standing on the River Thames in the south eastern part of the island of Great Britain, London has been a major settlement for two millennia.

As I have said many times, and will more than likely say many times more... I love London! - Britgirl

2 Liverpool

Though often criticised for its crime ( it has the only mafia outside of London in the UK), culturally it is only rivalled by London. Its influence as a major port during the days of Empire have made it diverse and interesting through its immigration and multi-culturalism, it even has a Chinatown. Music, Sport, Theatre, Art Nightlife it has it all. In fact, a night out in Liverpool was voted 3rd in Rough Guides '50 things to do before you die'. Such a vibrant city with the friendliest and funniest people. Holds one of the Tate museums. The only factor holding this city back is its few, but notorious, rough areas.

Liverpool is the best because that's where the Beatles are from! And scouse accents are so sexi!

Ugh I grew up on park road in toxteth and moved to wavertree and I hate it here for many reasons.
1. I hate there dirty sounding accent and some people put it on.
2. I hate the miserable dreary atmosphere.
3. I hate how everyone is so judging on everything you do
4. I hate when you meet a scouser who only likes scousers.
Miserable boring city to say least however, I don't mins the areas with a higher crime rate.

3 Manchester
4 Blackpool
5 Birmington
6 Tottemham
7 Westminster
8 Newcastle
9 West Ham
10 Birmingham

The Contenders

11 East Ham
12 Exeter

I live here and it's a quiet and lovely little city in east Devon as the regional capital of the county

13 Nottingham
14 Eastminster
15 Leicester
16 Edinburgh
17 Cardiff
18 Ware
19 Sheffield
20 Kingston upon Hull

One of the most underrated places to live. Good night life and theatres/concerts

21 Northampton
22 Southampton Southampton
23 Plymouth
24 Leeds
25 Stoke-on-Trent

Really Underrated, this city was the face of British industry and Earth’s capital of mining and ceramics. Home of oatcakes, Robbie Williams, Arnold Bennett, Stoke City, Port Vale, Sir Stanley Matthews and much more.

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