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Two Irish cities Dublin and Galway have made it into the top six friendliest cities in the world in the annual reader survey of Cond Nast Traveler, a major US travel magazine.
He wrote a letter to us and said: "I had heard that Newcastle is the friendliest city in the UK, so would like to share my recent experience with your readers, which wholeheartedly confirms this view.
The YouGov poll revealed that only 30 per cent of the city's inhabitants thought that Coventry had the friendliest folk.
Hospitality workers in Scotland's capital were rated the fifth friendliest in Britain, below Sheffield, Leeds, Bristol and Cardiff, while Glasgow was two places below at seventh.
Other states scoring friendliest this year were Virginia and Louisiana, while Illinois dropped to among the least-friendly according to the survey.
Narberth is the friendliest <Bplace in Wales, according to a poll
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nz, Conde Nast Traveler has declared the list of friendliest and unfriendliest cities in the world based on the Readers' Choice survey.
The website rated the 40 most major tourist cities in the world on the basis of: friendliest locals, friendliest taxi drivers, best taxi services, cleanest streets, ease of getting around, best public transport, best value for money, best shopping and safest city.
Bahrain is among the friendliest countries in the world for foreigners, influential business publication Forbes was quoted as saying.
Kelso has been awarded the distinction of being the friendliest racecourse, and deservedly so.
Abu Dhabi: A Spanish biker who made two solo worldwide motorcycle expeditions says he met the friendliest people among the poorest of impoverished nations.