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AskMen's Top 29 Cities to Visit Catches Latin Fever Barcelona, Buenos Aires And Miami Round Out The Top Spots For Adventure-Seeking Single Men In 2011

LOS ANGELES, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AskMen, the leading men's lifestyle website, has announced their editors' picks for the Top 29 Cities to Visit. For the first time in its history, the Top 29 list determined the best places for men to visit, rather than live, serving as the ultimate guide for single men looking for adventure in new places. Based on criteria including "explorability," sports, culture, and nightlife, Barcelona claimed the top spot, with Buenos Aires and Miami rounding out the top three. New York City, which topped out 2010's Top 29 Cities To Live In, remains in the top 5 this year.

"Single men today are looking to take the road less traveled. They want to visit places filled with adventure, beautiful women and exotic culture that will let them come back with legendary stories," said James Bassil, Editor-in-Chief of AskMen. "This is one of the reasons why we've seen the rise in popularity for discovery destinations like Istanbul, Mumbai, and Tangier. These off-the-beaten-path cities are perfect for men who seek more interesting experiences."  

AskMen's picks for the Top 29 Cities to Visit are:

  1. Barcelona
  2. Buenos Aires
  3. Miami
  4. New York City
  5. London
  6. Seoul
  7. Paris
  8. Melbourne
  9. Bangkok
  10. Las Vegas
  11. Sao Paulo
  12. San Sebastian
  13. Tel Aviv
  14. Cagliari/Sardinia
  15. Berlin
  16. Tangier
  17. San Francisco
  18. Naples/Amalfi Coast
  19. Mexico City
  20. Punta del Este
  21. Lisbon
  22. Beijing
  23. Tallinn
  24. Istanbul
  25. Wellington
  26. Montreal
  27. Mumbai
  28. Sydney
  29. Amsterdam

The criteria for AskMen's Top 29 Cities To Visit 2011 was based on quantitative data, including weather, average cost of a pint of beer and a cab ride, accommodations, sports, culture, and availability of single women. Qualitative research from AskMen's international editors was also considered to determine a city's buzz, "explorability," nightlife, and its culinary scene.

But the common denominator tying this year's list together is the idea that single men are looking for non-traditional experiences. With its women, culture and beaches, Latin-influenced cities like Barcelona, Buenos Aires and Miami offer potential for a new kind of adventure when compared to tourist favorites like New York or Paris. And cities like Mumbai and Mexico City, whose emerging economies make them prime for cheap travel in 2011, offer opportunity for real discovery experiences.

This year's Top 29 Cities to Visit also features Foursquare and Foodspotting integration. These social tips will help guys discover the best that each city has to offer, including A. List restaurants and the perfect martini, as chosen by the Food Network's The Next Iron Chef judge Simon Majumdar. AskMen will also host a Top 29 scavenger hunt contest that is integrated into the feature itself.  To enter the contest, readers will submit photos completing challenges in their cities.

To see the Top 29 Cities To Visit 2011, complete with exclusive video features, visit www.askmen.com. Further coverage of the Top 29 will also be available on AskMen's Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Foodspotting pages. Schick Hydro® Blast is the official sponsor of AskMen’s Top 29 Cities To Visit in 2011.

About AskMen

AskMen, a unit of News Corporation, is the world's No. 1 lifestyle site for men. Dedicated to helping readers become better men on subjects such as fashion, health, dating, career, fine living, and entertainment, AskMen has the widest reach in the men's lifestyle category, attracting 15 million unique visitors worldwide. A foremost content provider with an archive of more than 80,000 articles, AskMen updates daily and works with partners like Yahoo!, Sports Illustrated.com and Fox News, among others, to promote its content.

SOURCE AskMen



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