Condé Nast Travel, one of the most important luxury travel and lifestyle magazines in the world, has published the winners of the Readers ‘Choice Awards, in which the city of Mérida is ranked first in the category of Best Small Cities in the World.
In this 32nd edition, the renown magazine has registered a record 600,000 international voters and this is the list of the 10 most voted cities:
- Cologne, Germany
- Monte Carlo, Monaco
- Puebla, Mexico
- Florence, Italy
- Bergen, Norway
- Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
- Salzburg, Austria
- Québec City, Canada
- Dresden, Germany
- Merida, Mexico
The magazine annually awards the best cities, countries, hotels and spas in the world through an extensive international vote.
Mérida is a city that stands out for its culture, traditions and above all, for the warmth of its people.
It is thanks to them and to the visitors that today, the Yucatecan capital has been positioned as “Condé Nast Travel Best Small City in the World 2019“.
Source: TYP Condé Nast Travel
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