10 Most Walkable Cities Outside of The U.S. 

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Victoria, British Columbia, Canada - A visit to Victoria, British Columbia is not complete without a visit to the city's Inner Harbour.

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London, England – London's roots date back to the era of Roman Britain – thousands of years before the invention of the SUV.

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Edinburgh, Scotland – Edinburgh is one of our readers' favorite walkable cities lists due to its compact city center and number of hidden gems.

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Paris, France – Paris may be the "city of love" for many, for others it is the "city of walking."

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Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam is famous for its person-centric rather than car-centric streets.

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Venice, Italy – Venice is similar to Amsterdam in some key ways: most notably the absence of cars and the presence of canals.

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Florence, Italy – Florence is a gorgeous Renaissance city that really has to be walked on foot to be seen.

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Dublin, Ireland – Dublin is a magical city and no other city in the world is like it. That said, it can be hard to know how to get to such a place.

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Rome, Italy – As the saying goes, all roads lead to Rome, and our trusted readers love walking those roads.

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Copenhagen, Denmark – The infrastructure alone makes getting around in Copenhagen a pleasure, but the dense city center and good public transportation make it easy to get around without a car.

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