This neat time lapse by Paulo Ferreira takes us on a tour to Oporto, one of the most beautiful and bustling places in Europe. Oporto, or Porto as they call it in Portuguese, is the second largest city in Portugal—actually, the country is named Portugal after Porto, which translates into port in English.
I have only been once in Dubai. I spent 11 hours there during a really long layover on my way to Indonesia. And to be honest it didn't impress me much. Everything feels fake and soulless. But this stunning video by time-lapse wizard Rob Wiltworth made me feel like visiting it again.
Berlin is not only one of the most vibrant cities in Europe—thanks to its food, clubs, cultural life, and the other thousand things you can do there. The city itself is unique. Its architecture is stunning and full of contrasts, a constant reminder of the clash between communism and capitalism—and their imperialism.
This beautiful time-lapse by Alexander Spirin shows the many contrasts of Moscow. A gorgeous city that mixes classicism and modernity taking it to the extreme. You can start the night at the Bolshoi ballet and finish it two days later stepping out the wildest club you've ever been into.
This beautiful time-lapse takes us to a tour of Shanghai, one of the most futuristic looking cities in the world. After watching the video, Shanghai climbed to the top of my list of cities to visit before I turn 40.
Paris. One of the most beautiful places in the world. They call it the city of light, and, above all, the city of love. I always had a really good time when I visited Paris. It might not be on my top ten cities to go party, but who cares when the food is so amazing and the views so stunning.