Included on the list are some surprises--look what comes in #1--and some obvious choices--London, Mexico City and Sydney, among them.
We're always curious about these kind of lists; what makes the cut that we feel shouldn't and vice versa.
AskMen.com compiled the list by weighing 10 factors: Weather (sunshine and daily temperature); cost (average cost of a hotel room, cost of a pint and cost of a 2-mile cab ride); sport (famous teams, players and stadiums, as well as rivalries); food (number of Michelin-starred restaurants, reputation as a "foodie" city); accommodations (boutique hotels, anticipated hotel openings and budget rooms); nightlife (reputation as a party city, bar closing time and unique experiences); women (ratio of women to men, and, um, incidence of gonorrhea); buzz (how relevant is the city to men); culture/history (global relevance of museums and cultural venues, cultural attitude of the city); and explorability (ease of public transport and walkability, bike rentals, and general safety).
Check out the entire list below and let us know what you think should have made the cut that didn't (and what you would omit from the list, as well).
Top 29 Cities To Visit In 2011 (PHOTOS)
Did you know? Amsterdam was the site of one of the world's first economic bubbles, as the 17th century's tulip mania saw single bulbs priced at 10 times the annual salary of a highly-skilled craftsman.
Did you know? Miami offers a fix for the outdoorsman, too. It's the only major U.S. city that's sandwiched by two national parks (Everglades National Park to the west, Biscayne National Park to the east).
Did you know? There's a huge coin shortage in Buenos Aires. So much so that some vendors will refuse to sell you something rather than part with small change.