These locations have made a name for themselves by being the most ‘tech-savvy’ places on Earth. If you’re tech-obsessed, you may want to add these places to your bucket-list.
Nobody does tech quite like Japan and Tokyo.It is said to be a hotbed of technological wonder – the city is obsessed with gadgets and geek culture, from the brightly lit Akihabara district to the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
You’ll find tablet screens and automated ordering systems in the restaurants, self-driving trains, outlandish gadgets and more! If and when all the tech gets a bit too much, you don’t have to travel far to find quiet and natural spaces to unwind.
2. M Beta Hotel, Charlotte, North Carolina USA
In the States, the M Beta Hotel from Marriott in Charlotte, North Carolina has a solid claim for being the world’s most high-tech hotel – it’s where Marriott tests its cutting-edge tech before introducing it across its other hotels.
3. San Francisco, California USA
Still in the US, San Francisco is of course the startup capital of the world, and the place where you can walk past the offices of Uber, Twitter, Dropbox, Pinterest, Lyft, Wikipedia, Fitbit, Slack, Twitch, Medium, IFTTT, Reddit, TuneIn, Strava and many more besides.The campuses of Apple, Google and Facebook are an hour’s drive away too.
4. Seoul, South Korea
The South Koreans are even crazier about their technology than the Japanese, if that’s at all possible, and Seoul is certainly up there as one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world – it’s about as close as you’re going to get to holidaying in the future. You can get on the world’s fastest WiFi from anywhere in the city (including the underground), gaze up at huge video screens showing off Samsung’s latest prototypes.
5. Geneva, Switzerland
Geneva is a fantastic holiday destination on its own, brimming with culture and sights to see, but it also happens to have the Large Hadron Collider just beyond its outskirts, as well as the headquarters of CERN (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research). The science geeks among you can take a trip to the site of the Large Hadron Collider and sign up for a three-hour guided tour that includes a glimpse of the machinery. There’s a museum to wander around as well and an exhibition about the invention of the internet.
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Article taken from: t3