Time Out reveals the coolest neighborhoods in the world right now


LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Time Out has announced that Nørrebro in Copenhagen has topped its fourth year The coolest neighborhoods in the world List: the cultural and culinary hotspots that will lead the way as we begin to overcome the pandemic.

Since 2018, Time Out’s list of the coolest neighborhoods in the world has been compiled using the responses from the Time Out Index survey, combined with the expertise of Time Out’s international network of local editors and city experts. This year more than 27,000 city dwellers from around the world nominated the coolest, most underrated and most culturally exciting neighborhood in their city. To create and rate the final list, Time Out’s local trade editors and writers rated the neighborhoods on great vibes, food, drink, nightlife, emerging culture, community spirit, and resilience. They also considered sustainability, innovative green initiatives, and other factors that promote a stress-free life.

Nørrebro is a diverse neighborhood where history meets ultra-modern architecture on the north side of the Copenhagen Lakes, and it really has it all. In a town proudly known for its food and drink scene, Nørrebro has seen a spate of new store openings this year, from bakeries to natural wine bars, all with an emphasis on local, seasonal (and often collected) produce. The neighborhood hosted the city’s Pride march this summer when WorldPride came to Copenhagen – the world’s premier LGBTQ + event. In a year when community was more important than ever, Nørrebro has no shortage of innovative initiatives, including the car-free Sunday on Nørrebrogade, when traffic is exchanged for live music and flea markets, and Usynglige Stier (“Invisible Paths”) , an interactive art exhibition that brings fun and a splash of color to the most vulnerable areas of the neighborhood.

Caroline McGinn, Time Out’s global editor-in-chief, said: “Time Out’s annual list of the coolest neighborhoods in the world is a love letter to the city at its most cheerful and surprising. It celebrates the hyper-local places where cities of the future will emerge locally. Over the past year, grassroots community culture has been critical to maintaining the health and optimism of city dwellers and the restaurants, bars, galleries and cultural centers that make cities a melting pot for invention and social life. It’s inspiring to see how much energy has gone into these areas where communities have come together, hang out and develop new things, and support other companies and each other. You’ve probably never heard of most of the neighborhoods on the list, but these are places where “better normal” emerges. I can’t wait to visit them. “

Read the full list below www.timeout.com/coolest-neighbourhoods-in-the-world

1. Nørrebro, Copenhagen

2. Andersonville, Chicago

3. Jongno 3-ga, Seoul

4. Leith, Edinburgh

5. Railway station district, Vilnius

6. Chelsea, New York

7. XI. District, Budapest

8. Ngor, Dakar

9. Sai Kung, Hong Kong

10. Richmond, Melbourne

11. Neukölln, Berlin

12. Centro, Medellin

13. Dalston, London

14. Silver Lake, Los Angeles

15. Dublin 8, Dublin

16. Zoloti Vorota, Kiev

17. North, Amsterdam

18. Villeray, Montreal

19. Surry Hills, Sydney

20. Ancoats, Manchester

21. Sagene, Oslo

22. Old Xuhui, Shanghai

23. Centro, Mexico City

24. Gracia, Barcelona

25. Saúde, Rio de Janeiro

26. Kemptown, Brighton

27. Sololaki, Tbilisi

28. Brickell, Miami

29. Ouseburn, Newcastle

30. Barranco, Lima

31. Chamberí, Madrid

32. Vinohrady, Prague

33. Katong, Singapore

34. Anjos, Lisbon

35. Daikanyama, Tokyo

36. Haut-Marais, Paris

37. Al Bateen, Abu Dhabi

38. Foz, Porto

39. Central Square, Boston

40. Mount Pleasant, Vancouver

41. Jamestown, Accra

42. Centro, Oaxaca

43. Mouassine, Marrakech

44. Dubai Marina, Dubai

45. Kadikoy, Istanbul

46. ​​Poblacion, Manila

47. Ari, Bangkok

48. Koregaon Park, Pune

49. El Arrayan, Santiago

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