With influences from Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and the Mediterranean, Tel Aviv is one of the world's most vibrant, diverse cities. Hummusiyas and falafel aside, what continues to draw travelers? Notably nightlife and beaches, museums (Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Art), and the world’s largest concentration of buildings in the International Style—more than 4,000 of them comprise Tel Aviv’s White City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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More than of our readers rated their favorite cities in the world (outside the U.) in the 2016 Readers' Choice Awards survey.

Located 370 miles off mainland Australia, this seven-square-mile island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982 for its rare flora, fauna, and marine life. In surrounding waters, there are more than 400 species of fish and 90 species of coral. Also considered one of the cleanest places on Earth, approximately 75 percent of the island’s original vegetation remains undisturbed. With just 350 full-time residents and a limit of 400 visitors on the island at any given time, there are…

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Located 370 miles off mainland Australia, this seven-square-mile island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982 for its rare flora, fauna, and marine life. In surrounding waters, there are more than 400 species of fish and 90 species of coral.

Edinburgh’s New Town and West End Offer Plenty of Old-Fashioned Charm

Edinburgh is the second-most populated city in Scotland after Glasgow. As the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is best known for its annual Fringe Festival, which is the largest international performing arts festival in the world.

This UNESCO Heritage Site is the old merchant quarter of Bergen and the only preserved business district from the Hanseatic period. The wharf of Bryggen inspired the design of the city of Arendelle in Frozen, and it’s still in use today with offices, shops, and restaurants bustling with activity and filled with charm. —Jaime Morrison Curtis  Read more: Places in Norway That Inspired Disney’s “Frozen”

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Bryggen, Norway - This UNESCO Heritage Site is the old merchant quarter of Bergen and the only preserved business district from the Hanseatic period.

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Beautiful evening in Prague

Overall Rating: Prague beats with a bohemian heart: Here…

Overall score: 86.22Thanks to its Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau, which was formed in 2015, Hong Kong is now one of the most digitally secure cities in the world, securing the fifth spot on the top ten list. Their infrastructure and personal security were also lauded, so you should feel perfectly comfortable in Asia's "World City."

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Overall score: 86.22Thanks to its Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau, which was formed in 2015, Hong Kong is now one of the most digitally secure cities in the world, securing the fifth spot on the top ten list. Their infrastructure and personal security were also lauded, so you should feel perfectly comfortable in Asia's "World City."

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK This looks beautiful. One thing you should know, many Scottish people are offended at Scotland being called part of the U. My baby daddy is one of them. Edinburgh is a very beautiful city.

The beautiful city of Johannesburg... Wow

Johannesburg was a very large and populous city which is very hard for travelers to get to a place if it is their first time there. "One would get lost in Johannesburg if your first time.

New spots in Greece, Spain and India are worth a trip.

Unesco just added 9 new World Heritage Sites to your travel bucket list

The St Gregory church at the Ani ruins in Turkey. UNESCO just added another bunch of destinations to your travel wishlist.Image: Marka/UIG via Getty Images

Long a place of religious pilgrimage for Christians, Jews and Muslims, Jerusalem is now drawing a different sort of pilgrim: the global traveler. In addition to its significant sacred and religious sights, the city draws visitors with its cutting-edge art scene and a growing number of notable restaurants. Head to the Israel Museum for an exploration of the country’s culture, and stop for a bite at Machneyuda for authentic Mediterranean cuisine.

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Long a place of religious pilgrimage for Christians, Jews and Muslims, Jerusalem is now drawing a different sort of pilgrim: the global traveler. In addition to its significant sacred and religious sights, the city draws visitors with its cutting-edge art scene and a growing number of notable restaurants. Head to the Israel Museum for an exploration of the country’s culture, and stop for a bite at Machneyuda for authentic Mediterranean cuisine.

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"Despite the political turbulence, it's always been the land of rich culture, heritage, history, art.

Explore J.K. Rowling's old haunts and discover the real-life places that inspired Harry Potter in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Celebrate 20 Years Of "Harry Potter" In Edinburgh

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