Interesting World City comparison by CN Traveller.

Joburg tops list of world’s unfriendliest cities, Cape Town among
friendliest!

Visitors to Auckland, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia are
least likely to be riled up by snobby wait staff or snubbed by rude
locals, according to a new ranking that put the two cities in
Australasia at the top of the worlds friendliest cities list.

Readers of CN Traveler magazine gave top scores to the two cities
for not only their sunny disposition but notably their wonderful
sense of humour.

Here are the top 10 friendliest cities in the world, in order, as
listed by CN Traveler:

1. TIE: Auckland, New Zealand; Melbourne, Australia

3. Victoria, British Columbia

4. Charleston, South Carolina

5. TIE: Dublin, Ireland; Sydney, Australia

7. Siem Reap, Cambodia

8. Cape Town, South Africa

9. TIE: Savannah, Georgia; Seville, Spain

11. TIE: Budapest, Hungary; Salzburg, Austria

Top 10 unfriendliest cities in the world:

1. Johannesburg, South Africa

2. Cannes, France

3. Moscow, Russia

4. Paris, France

5. Marseille, France

6. Beijing, China

7. Frankfurt, Germany

8. Milan, Italy

9. Monte Carlo, Monaco

10. Nassau, Bahamas

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