1. New York City, NY – The Big Apple is the most populous city in the United States, with approximately 8.5 million residents. It is also one of the world’s leading business hubs, and home to famous landmarks like the Empire State Building and Central Park.
2. London, England – One of the most famous cities in the world, London has been home to royalty and royal families for centuries. It is also known as a major financial center, with many international banks and financial institutions based there.
3. Paris, France – The largest city in France is known for its beautiful architecture and rich history. You’ll find many museums here that celebrate its cultural importance as well as current events happening around the world today!
4. Chicago, IL – Chicago has long been considered one of America’s great cities because of its location along Lake Michigan and easy access to other parts of country via Interstate highways (I-80 & I-90). It’s also home to many famous attractions like Millennium Park and Sears Tower which are both located near each other in downtown area of town!
5 . Tokyo – Tokyo is Japan’s capital and largest metropolis, with a population exceeding 13 million people within its 23 special wards (city). The city hosts several competitions in Olympic sports, including football at both Summer Olympics: 1964 and 1998; it also hosted events at Expo ’70 as well as soccer’s World Cup in 2002 & 2006; however it was decided not to host either event again due to costs & logistics issues during preparations for both events by both FIFA & LOCOG which lead to severe budget cuts