We’re counting down our top 5 cities everyone needs on their bucket list for 2020. Whether you’re in need of adventure or that relaxing weekend getaway, here are our top recommendations sure to satisfy that hunger to travel.
Now this might sound generic but this city holds a lot of magic and it’s one of the most talked about cities in the world for a reason. Visit during the winter to see some seriously picturesque winter scenes or drop by during fashion week to see some striking style on the streets.
4. New York
A city full of buzz that will never disappoint. It’s no secret that we love to visit New York for a WKNDR Pop Up event - so we couldn’t leave this one off our list. Take a guided bike tour through Central Park to work up your appetite and then head to Scarpetta or Tao for dinner.
Berlin has long been a global hub of modern street art. Be sure to check out the East Side Gallery if this is your cup of tea or dive into Berlin’s history and visit one of the Memorials or Museums. Don’t forget to try a craft beer at BRLO Brwhouse to get a true taste of Berlin.
A truly unforgettable city, from fresh sushi to parades on the promenade in Harajuku - there’s never a dull moment in Tokyo. Visit the famous Shibuya Crossing (you know, that one from Lost in Translation) or the Ginza district for a spot of shopping. If photography is your forte, make time to take a trip out to Mount Fuji where you can explore different levels of mountain and an abandoned theme park.
I'm sure it comes as no surprise that Manchester is our Number 1... For lovers of history, art, sport and fashion - this is the place for you. The music and arts culture thrives in this city and with over 700 restaurants to choose from, Manchester has become the food capital of the North. Visit Spinningfields and the Northern Quarter and experience Manchester like a local.
Jonothan Bellini wearing Hunter 2.0 in Paris.
Moon Lau wearing Kay Micheals Gunmetal in Paris.
Antonio Pozo wearing Kay Michaels Gunmetal in New York.
Jade Jeffries wearing the sold out Kay Michaels Gold in Japan.
Moritz Taylor wearing Hunter 2.0 in Germany.
Steve Cook wearing the Slogan Sweatshirt in Manchester.