Friendliest and the Un-Friendliest Cities in the US

If you’re thinking about going on a cross-country road trip in the U.S., and you’re wondering what cities you should stop at, then you should take a look at this list. According to CNN, the Conde Nast Traveller’s Reader’s Choice Survey has released the results of the friendliest and un-friendliest cities in the U.S. based on the reviews the magazine’s viewers had made.

You may or may not be surprised by the results of the survey; take a look below.

Friendliest cities in the United States

1. Charleston, South Carolina

2. Savannah, Georgia

3. San Antonio, Texas

4. Telluride, Colorado

5. New Orleans, Louisana

6. Fort Worth, Texas

7. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

= 8. Key West, Florida

= 8. Nashville, Tennessee

10. Asheville, North Carolina

Un-friendliest cities in the United States

1. Newark, New Jersey

2. Oakland, California

3. Hartford, Connecticut

4. Atlantic City, New Jersey

5. New Haven, Connecticut

6. Detroit, Michigan

7. Los Angeles, Californiaa

8. The Hamptons, New York

9. Wilmington, Delaware

10. Miami, Florida



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