Of the total 1,830 cities, Berlin tops rankings for its all-round attractiveness of bars and museums.
New Delhi has been ranked 25th among the world’s ‘Most Fun’ cities with Germany’s capital Berlin topping the survey.
New Delhi, the only Indian city to make the top 25 cut, was chosen among over 1,800 cities surveyed across the globe.
The Indian capital ranked high for its sports clubs, shopping and bars in ‘The Ultimate Fun City Ranking’ report commissioned by ‘GetYourOwnGuide’ and ‘GoEuro’ travel firms.
The two firms compiled data based on 11 factors such as nightlife, average beer price and entertainment options to define what exactly makes a city fun for travellers of different age groups and interests.
“New Delhi scored well across the board, which earned it 25th place out of the 25 most fun cities. On a more unorthodox section, Bangkok came out top for adult entertainment, followed closely behind by Tokyo,” Berlin-based GoEuro said in a statement.
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The online consolidated data-provider service for travellers across the European cities was founded by Indian entrepreneur Naren Shaam around two years ago.
“GoEuro is a uniform and normalised data structure for the entire European ground travel industry that serves over 19 million passengers daily across Europe,” Shaam said.
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