Frommer’s recently came out with their list of the top 10 most walkable cities in the world (check out this article that includes pictures). Lists like this are never exhaustive, so what cities would you add? I agree with one of the comments that Venice is a fine city to walk, as are smaller historic cities like Lucca and Bruges. Where have you most enjoyed walking? What, besides compactness, makes a city walkable for you?
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