Best Cities In North America
I think Toronto is the best city because of a few reasons:
1. It's much safer than other major cities like New York or Chicago
2. There are a lot of things to do in Toronto (partly because of Niagara Falls)
3. Lots of delicious food there
Canada is the best part of North America. If you disagree you are brainwashed.
Toronto is a cleaner safer nyc. And cheaper
Toronto is absolutely fabulous!
I like in NYC and I been to Miami and LA I find NYC beats them a long way, they have museums less crime and some of the best restaurants, buildings, and museums.
Places you gotta visit in NYC,
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Coney Island (Brooklyn)
New Your Aquarium (Brooklyn)
Bronx Zoo (Bronx)
Empire State Building
Freedoms Tower or World Trade Center
Why No.2 wrong its No.1 its awesome and people trash talking cuase its smelly (k bronx sucks because that's where usally crime is) but other than than that its amazing ( I went twice there and it's my No.1
Yup, New York is awesome all right! John Lennon used to live here until he died.
Easily the best one!
Ahh the city I grew up in. I honestly like it better than Toronto. Vancouver is by far cleaner, more attractive, and has better weather.
Vancouver is a big city but still has amazing scenery. Mountains, ocean, rivers and beaches. Toronto is a good city, but to many people and lots of hobos. Montreal is also good, but the city literally smells like pot. Vancouver is cultural and just amazing. No other city in the top five largest Canadian cities has whales, or even ocean for that matter...
Weather is really good in Vancouver, it doesn't snow every day Americans!
I love Vancouver canada.
Montreal is big city with a lot of History. Montreal is also a multicultural city with a lot of attractions. She was the best to study in Montreal is also bilingual.
Great night life, fantastic restaurants, great place to learn a second or third language. Fantastic university eco sysyem.
Best Canadian city, it's the most historical city in North America (first metropolitain in North America) and still remains 8th most populated city in North America, as well as having the biggest underground city in the world, it also hosts the annual Formula 1
Montréal is a feeling. And it's a feeling of love, tolerance and harsh winters. This is Canada's cultural capital and one of North America's most unique cities.
Chicago is the best
Amazing City, very underrated. Ranked the mot liveable in North America 4 years in a row.
Terrible city. Everyone is rude..
Beautiful clean city
It's a sprawled out dump.
Progressive, eco, whip smart, multicultural and embracing of art & culture. Best I gradients in the USA and some of the very best foods -in the grocers and the cafés. Seattle was built IN a rainforest and is almost an island. So much water, from the Orcas- traversing Salish Sea to Lake Washington, Ship Canal, Lake Union, Seattle is what most other cities wish they coucafes. Apart from Montréal, no city deserves to best Seattle on this list.
Forget about Boston (San Francisco of the East Coast) or New York. Seattle is the real deal!
I'm very uncertain right now if I should move here or out there on the Midwest.
I absolutely love Boston. Can't wait to leave Europe and move to Boston.
The place looks nice and is great to travel to.
Great weather, scenery, food, recreation, and the Colorado Rockies are the best in the U.S.
I think Puerta Vallarta is pretty cool.
Jobs, high salaries and affordable real estate is what truly matters. For the price of a small condo in Tor/Van, you can have a huge house in Edm, multiple luxury vehicles, all the toys you want, and plenty left over to vacation for months throughout the year if your job allows.
Best city in the world
Have you ever been there? It is THE number one hands down!