We’ve done some digging and decided to rank the best cities to spend time in.
This post is part of a series that looks at the most popular things to do in each of the United States’ top 50 metropolitan areas.
We’ve also compiled a list of the country’s most interesting people to visit.
If you’re not sure which cities to visit, take a look at our list of our top 50 metro areas.
It might help you decide whether it’s a good idea to live near these places.
In our original post on this list, we ranked the 50 best cities for people to live, as well as the 50 worst.
The list is based on the average number of people living in each metro area.
To get a more precise number, we added up the number of residents per capita in each area, rounded up to the nearest thousand, and then subtracted the number from the number for each city.
This gave us the number in each city for the best, worst, and middle, and for the average.
These numbers are averages based on population per capita, and not adjusted for population density.
If you want to know what your own city looks like, you can use our interactive city maps, which allow you to see how each city compares to other cities.