By Leslie Corn

CENET Staff | Travel | #CENETJ1

A few CENET staff members were asked to share some of their favorite world cities.

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul

My current favorite city is Istanbul. It’s exotic, it has good transportation, a nice climate, the people are friendly, and there’s great food! -Robyn

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Japan

It’s a beautiful clash of old with new. Ancient places amid modern sky rise buildings; this city embraces its history and leads in futuristic technologies. Sushi, fashion, and cat coffee shops– what isn’t there to love?! -Abigail

 

Florence, Italy

florence

You are surrounded by so much beauty everywhere you look. It is also such a serene place that you can relax and wander around and sip cappuccino and forget about your schedule entirely. – Kayla

Havana, Cuba

Havana Cub

As an American, travel to Cuba is rare so being able to visit a place that I had seen only through a US media lens was a wonderful experience.  I found such a vibrant, welcoming culture!  My favorite part was stumbling upon an unknown square surrounded by stunning, mural-covered buildings and finding the famous Cuban artist leaning against an iconic American car, enjoying a cigar and the evening. – Tori

Chennai, India

Chennai

It’s my hometown so there’s many memories close to my heart. Being near an ocean didn’t hurt either! I love going to the beach in the evenings and getting a raw mango slice covered in salt and dry red chili powder. –Shvetha

Seoul, South Korea

Seoul

I love the food and all of the stationery stores. It’s also great to see visit extended family! –Caroline

Paris, France

Paris

It has the greatest concentration of art and history in one city. Also: croissants. –Greg

London, England

London

It has the 2nd greatest concentration of art and history in one city. –Still Greg

Montevideo, Uruguay

Montevideo

Montevideo has the charm of a small town and the excitement of a big city so it is like the best of both worlds. Everyone is so fun-loving and ready to have a good time that it is impossible not to enjoy yourself while you are there. –Kayla

Siem Reap, Cambodia

angkor wat 1

This was one of the first places I visited that truly felt different. The people and food were amazing, and exploring the Angkor Wat temple complex was awe-inspiring. – Tori

Barcelona, Spain

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Antonio Gaudi’s iconic and imaginative architecture makes Barcelona one of my favorite cities to explore. There’s really no other city like it. The Culture is vibrant and the city doesn’t sleep. Grab amazing tapas or paella and Sangria through all hours of the night! -Abigail

Lima, Peru

Lima Peru

I appreciated traveling to a city where I did not speak the local language. The people were kind and patient! It helped to have a reminder of this experience being in our field where we work with individuals who are new to the country and culture. I also enjoyed eating at “Central” in Lima. Each dish was a work of art and absolutely delicious—it was a great experience! –Shvetha

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