THE URBANIST COLLECTION
You come alive when you've got a crackling new metropolis to uncover. The first thing you do when you land is grab your 'out' bag and hit the town. Day or night, whether you're strolling through a funky new district, snacking on pupusas at the market, prowling the latest modern art exhibition, or bouncing between swanky local bars and off-beat venues, you're all about soaking in the city and its culture. 'One more block' is your constant refrain – you've never met an alley you wouldn't stroll down.
You adore a dark and smoldering cup of third wave coffee, but run screaming from Edison bulbs, reclaimed wood, and subway tile – the cookie-cutter iterations of basic hipster design that's currently eating the world. When you're making travel plans, you schedule time for people-watching. You thrive on sidewalk cafes.
Sure, you could probably make it to the outskirts of the city and back before those dinner reservations at a private supper club expire, but on the other hand you might hone your knife skills at a local cooking class, hit up an arthouse cinema to test your language skills with a film subtitled in a language you (also) don't understand, or rub elbows with local creatives at a rooftop wine tasting instead.
The best thing about life in a new city is that when you leave room for serendipity, you're sure to be surprised.TAKE THE QUIZ AGAIN