Amsterdam in top 10 most popular cities

We knew Amsterdam is a great city, and I guess many of you must agree because Amsterdam just kicked off Hong Kong out of the top 10 most popular cities in the world.

Market research company Ipsos ask more than 18500 people of 26 different countries what their favorite city was to live, work or do business in and they could choose between 60 different cities. Amsterdam made it to number 9 in the overall standings and that’s a great improvement because our capital city was on the 14th place back in 2013. 

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New York holds the overall number 1 spot, followed by Abu Dhabi and surprisingly London made it to third place. Then again, the research was done before the many terrorist attacks happened. 

To see the full list check the Ipsos Report

Love,

Wander-Lust

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Top 5 » Best Coffee Bars in the world

Coffee makes the world go round right? 😉 We’ve selected the 5 best coffee bars in the world. Time to check it out!

1. The Coffee Academics in Hong Kong, China

Ok, where do we start. This place is craaazy. They organize events, have an online shop and you can become a qualified barista by learning the trade in their famous training program. Yes, this is coffee at his best. http://www.the-coffeeacademics.com/

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Source: Coffee Academics

2. Coffee & Coconuts in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

This place in Amsterdam serves more then just coffee. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, amazing XL cappuccino’s and yes, fresh Coconuts! There is free wifi which makes it the perfect place to work.Young couples, workaholics and bloggers love this place 🙂 It’s new in town so you may need to share a table or wait for the perfect spot on a couch or cushion. http://ctamsterdam.nl

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3. Addison 7 steele in Perth, Australia

If you ever visit Perth in Australia, be sure to check out this place. First of all, it’s nice to cool off and the escape the Australian heat for a moment but it’s also a great place for their blueberry bagel and beautiful crafted coffees. Check their Facebook page to find out more.

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Source: Addison Steele, Perth

4. The Attendant in London, England

This coffee bar used to be a Victorian toilet, built around 1890 and mothballed in the 1960’s. It might feel a little strange to drink your coffee where people used to take a leek but hey, it’s certainly a very innovating way of creating one of the most talked about coffee bars in England! http://www.the-attendant.com/

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5. Cafe Central in Vienna, Austria

Ok, I’ve never been here but I really want to drink a coffee here alongside a piece of that amazing cake that they serve here! Some of the most greatest minds such as Sigmund Freud to Leon Trotsky have gathered here and drank their coffees.

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Have you ever been at any of these coffee bars?

Love,

Elke