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Top Trending Cities to See in 2019Check out these hidden gems of the world that are trending this year
Sao Paulo is one of the most populous cities in the world making it a vibrant cultural epicenter that can seem rather intimidating at times. But as you get past the sheer number of people and grow accustom to the smog you start to see the real beauty of the city and why people are gravitated to it. The food here is world renowned especially as large ethnic communities have migrated here to call Sao Paulo home. With over 21 million people residing in the metro, Sao Paulo vouch for plenty of entertainment. And if you like to party you’ve come to the right city, as the nightlife is non stop 24/7. Be sure to come during September of this year for Sao Paulo’s Art Biennial that displays local and international contemporary talent for the public to admire.
Matera, one of the oldest living cities in the world and pronounced as the European Capital of Culture for 2019, has a labyrinth of cave dwellings that date back to about 9,000 years. These ancient neighborhoods, known as sassi, were once the homes of the poor during the 1950s, but today they are mainly for tourists to come experience. Matera is one of the most unique cities in Italy because of the enriched history that lies beneath and above its grounds and clearly explains why this place has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993. Even though this city has been around for thousands of years, there is still much to be discovered here.
Marrakesh is a city known for its enriched culture, spices, merchant markets, and most of all its architecture. The Moorish architecture is derived from star shapes and geometrical figures that are carved into the silhouettes of archways and minarets, along with sunken fountains, extravagant gardens, and stunning mosaics. The sites you will experience here will be unlike any other due to its unique aromas and energies. Not to mention that the mouth-watering cuisine here is a whole other story. A more convincing reason to visit this year is their annual Marrakesh Popular Arts Festival, held this Summer, that brings people from all over Europe to experience everything from fortune tellers, acting troupes, snake charmers, fire swallowers and of course the charging of horsemen wearing traditional robes. Marrakesh has in store the thrill of your life, so why not choose this year to experience it!
When you think of visiting Germany, I’m sure Bayreuth isn’t towards the top of that list. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, Germany does offer a lot, but we’re here to change that. Bayreuth is a music town with roots dating back to the 12th century. Here you will find two of the world’s most famous opera houses, The Bayreuth Festspielhaus and the Margravial Opera House, which also is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Margravial was built in the mid 1700’s and has been under refurbishment since 2012 but as it turns out the opera house is opening back up this April for the first time in 6 years so now is your chance to see a truly remarkable restoration whether opera is your thing or not. These opera houses have such importance in influence in the area that there is a massive opera festival held here annually. The Wagner Fest, named after 19th century German composer Richard Wagner, hold performances of his original compositions for 60,000 fans who attend annually.