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Obviously, if you’re traveling to a particular city, you should check out Bullz-Eye.com’s City Guide before going. If our guide doesn’t cover that city or you need more information, check out the guides listed below.

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Urban Travel Blog
Duncan Rhodes is a travel journalist who has written for Conde Nast, CNN, The Guardian and more. He created this blog in 2009 to share his love of exploring cities around the world. He also engaged a knowledgeable team of bloggers to deliver 75+ City Guides with all the info you need for an amazing weekend break in everywhere from Amsterdam to Yerevan; plus tips on the hippest districts, alternative sights, best nightlife and other urban adventures. Forget the beach and mountains, real travel happens in the concrete jungles... where culture and creativity collide.

Guides by Lonely Planet
Get to the heart of a destination with Lonely Planet on your mobile device. Packed with tips and advice from on-the-ground experts.

Thrillist.com
Great site with tons of travel ideas and well-written recommendations. Much of their content is organzied around articles that serve as city guides.

City Guides by Surface
Great site with easy and cool UI.

World Travel Guide
Guides to cities all over the world.

Bon Appetit
This excellent food magazine offers a great city guide.

Departures - City Guide
The slick design is combined with excellent recommendations.

Good City Guides
This is an urban city blog, based on the travel experiences of Ozge, a food explorer and an occasional traveler. She created the site "for people who prefer to find the hidden bar in the narrow streets of Barcelona instead of going to a fancy club, who lose track of the number of pinchos they eat in a day in San Sebastian, or who prefer to hang out with locals rather than ticking touristic spots on the map. It’s for people who feel that they belong to everywhere and nowhere at the same time."

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