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America's Best Cities for People-Watching

Is it that the locals are fascinating, good-looking, or just kind of weird? Travel + Leisure readers rank the best American cities for people-watching.

No. 20 Denver

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Set against the Rockies, the Mile High City ranks highly for its outdoor spaces, and is also home to the fittest people in the land, according to AFC voters. But you might get a better look at them—and even fit in some friendly conversation—in one of the beer-loving town’s pubs.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

America's Best Cities for People-Watching

No. 20 Denver

Set against the Rockies, the Mile High City ranks highly for its outdoor spaces, and is also home to the fittest people in the land, according to AFC voters. But you might get a better look at them—and even fit in some friendly conversation—in one of the beer-loving town’s pubs.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

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