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The 18 cities with the prettiest people

These cities are hot, hot, hot.

By Kim Anne Dec 3, 2012 8:51PM
These cities have the most attractive people, says new study.


A new study is revealing which cities are the most attractive — and have the hottest people. Travel + Leisure asked readers to rate 35 different metropolitan areas on factors including fashion sense, fitness level, music scene and people-watching.

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According to the Daily Mail, Miami took first place for having the most beautiful people. And how could they not, in a city filled with beaches and lots of itsy bitsy bikinis. Other top contenders include San Diego, San Juan and Charleston. 

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Here' the winning list of top attractive cities: 

Number 1: Miami
Number 2: San Diego
Number 3: San Juan
Number 4: Charleston
Number 5: Los Angeles
Number 6: Nashville
Number 7: Austin, Texas
Number 8: Savannah, Ga.
Number 9: Honolulu
Number 10: Minneapolis/St. Paul
Number 11: San Francisco
Number 12: Santa Fe
Number 13: Providence
Number 14: Denver
Number 15: New York City
Number 16: Chicago
Number 17: Kansas city
Number 18: San Antonio

Tell us: Did your city make the cut?

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Photo: J.A. Bracchi/Getty Images

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Jun 20, 2013 1:20PM
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The comparisons should be conducted at the local Walmart...
Jun 12, 2013 1:22AM
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!! wait........why aren't all 10 cities in Texas?? so confused...
Jan 5, 2013 5:13PM
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Seattle has to be one of the cities with the ugliest people. Most of the people in Seattle aren't locals either. Its not a shock to see that places with warmer climates get prettier folk.
Dec 7, 2012 10:39PM
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It's amusing that so many people are fiercely attacking the integrity of this article, as it is clearly a lighthearted overview portraying the results of a POLL taken by Travel & Leisure from its readers. (NOT a scholarly journal...take it easy, folks..) A little mindless fluff doesn't hurt anybody every now and then. Yes, beauty is a matter of perception, and also population size  would need to be implemented in  any effort to really compute "most attractive". 

My superficial input is as follows for the cities I have spent considerable time in, and applies more to the female population: L.A:  Most Artificially Beautiful Denver: Most Naturally Beautiful (and Athletic) New York: Most Uniquely Beautiful (think...supermodels) Miami: Most exotic beauties Charleston, SC: Highest ratio of very attractive, put together and well-kept  for population size

And most attractive men? Denver. 


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the city i live inn all the girls get pretty at closing time
Dec 7, 2012 3:54AM
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sorry guys I live in Wenatchee, you missed that
Dec 7, 2012 2:21AM
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Beauty is on the inside anything after is an added bonus.  Some of the cities noted are probably due to having cosmetic surgeons.  For beauty these days come after a lot of surgery.  Nothing natural about them.
Dec 6, 2012 11:54PM
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Like any of your insipid stories actually have a grain of truth in them. Please stop it with this drivel. It really doesn't matter.
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