More business travellers are embracing “bleisure” – combining work trips with leisure activities. Hit the ground running and make the most of your trip with Egencia’s City Guides for business hubs around the world.  They cover the best each destination has to offer, including restaurants, must-sees, and Egencia’s 2019 Top 100 Preferred Corporate Hotels, awarded for making business feel like pleasure.

Dubai

Dubai is one of the safest cities in the world, with a police fleet of Lamborghinis, Ferraris, and Bentleys.

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong, meaning “fragrant harbour” in Chinese, consists of 263 islands and is home to the most skyscrapers in the world.

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London

London was the first city to reach a population of more than one million, in 1811. Today, the city’s home to nearly 9 million.

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New York

Nearly 8 million people live in New York City, meaning 1 in every 38 people in the U.S. call the city home.

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Paris

Home to 1,803 monuments and 173 museums, Paris is one of the world’s top travel destinations.

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San Francisco

Renowned for its hilly streets, counter-culture, and beautiful Bay views, San Francisco was built on more than 50 hills.

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Shanghai

With a city population of 24 million, Shanghai ranks as the world’s largest city.

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Singapore

Singapore is one of the greenest and cleanest cities, thanks in part to a well-known ban on chewing gum, littering, and graffiti.

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Tokyo

Tokyo is the world's most populous metropolis, where you can experience high-tech future and old-world traditions all in one day.

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Toronto

Founded in 1793, Toronto was named after the Mohawk phrase tkaronto, meaning “where trees grow in water.”

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