Homeschooling and traveling with my family often leaves me with considering what the next destination may be for our vacations. Hoping to not only make the experience enlightening for the whole family, but to also ensure that we have a lot of fun there. As it is January, many people use this time of year to plan ahead, and vacations can be high on the list of priority. After all, they can often be the only quality time you get with your family and the ones you love. With that in mind, I thought I would share with you some of the most diverse cities you could consider visiting. With a few tips on how to experience them. I hope it offers you a little bit of inspiration.
Amsterdam is recognized as the city of freedom and tolerance, which can only explain its diverse multicultural population. With over 178 different types of backgrounds and cultures, you won’t find a more diverse city to experience. What seems to be a great point for this city, is that they recognize that not many people will speak the native Dutch language, so they offer free language classes around the city. It’s a great way to promote unity. It’s also a lovely picturesque city to sightsee with your loved ones, and with one of the biggest airports on hand in Europe, an easy location to get to.
London in England is one of the most multicultural cities in Europe. With over 200 different languages being spoken on the street each day. Which is a staggering fact. But, although the native language is English, and London is proud of the heritage routes, you can see a real mix of cultures coming together on the high streets. Things to do here would be very self-explanatory. Who wouldn’t want to see where the infamous Queen Elizabeth resides?
While Bangkok may not have a huge multicultural population, what it does have is a culture that is strong. Bangkok is often seen as a city to enjoy before heading off to the more relaxed vibes Thailand has to offer. But it is full of amazing sights and experiences that it isn’t something that should be ruled off your destinations list. With a fantastic airport close by and a quick link from Bangkok airport to the city, it is definitely a destination to consider.
Toronto is recognized to be the most diverse and multicultural city in the world. So why wouldn’t you want to take a trip to Canada and see what it is all about? People from the UK, Italy, and China, to name a few, predominantly make up some of the larger cultural groups. This means there is a lot to see and witness that is so much more than Canadian. Not only that but there are some exciting regions to see such as Little Italy, Little India, and Chinatown.
Finally, Dubai is more commonly known as the gateway to the East, but it actually a city you should consider visiting at some point. With the high rise city vibe on the beachfront, it can feel confusing, but majestic all at the same time. Whether you choose to stop by on your way to another destination or have Dubai as your main stop, it won’t disappoint.
I hope this has offered you some inspiration for some alternative destinations.
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