Many of the world’s cities were built around harbors. Although functional the waterways are also often scenic.
Shanghai’s harbor remains active long after the lights in Pudong and the historic Bund have been turned off for the night, which in my experience happens just before midnight. It is one of the world’s busiest.
Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor keeps shrinking due to land reclamation in the space starved special administrative region. I predict one day you’ll be able to cross it by footbridge.
Essaouira, Morocco’s harbor is color coordinated. Its signature blue fishing boats are the perfect Moroccan blue.
The harbor in the ancient city of Byblos, Lebanon is peaceful and houses small fishing and leisure boats.
What harbors of the world do you find most scenic and which would you like to see? I’d love to see Sydney Harbor.