iStock

No. 1 Los Angeles

21 of 22

Maybe too many AFC voters have been welcomed to L.A. by a
one-fingered wave out a car window. No surprise, the traffic-laden city ranks
last for being pedestrian-friendly,
which probably cuts down on your chances to break the ice with locals. Looking
good is your best revenge: the city’s brightest light for visitors is its luxury
stores
, which scored a red-carpet-ready No. 4.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

America's Rudest Cities 2010

No. 1 Los Angeles

Maybe too many AFC voters have been welcomed to L.A. by a
one-fingered wave out a car window. No surprise, the traffic-laden city ranks
last for being pedestrian-friendly,
which probably cuts down on your chances to break the ice with locals. Looking
good is your best revenge: the city’s brightest light for visitors is its luxury
stores
, which scored a red-carpet-ready No. 4.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

iStock

America's Rudest Cities 2010

Explore More