Not so happy go lucky: Recent list reveals most unfriendly cities in nation

Aug 25, 2015, 11:00 AM
The Hamptons, New York. (Photo: Conde Nast Traveler)...
The Hamptons, New York. (Photo: Conde Nast Traveler)
(Photo: Conde Nast Traveler)

So, remember how we had that list that revealed the friendliest cities in the nation? Also remember how we weren’t going to talk about the most unfriendly cities in the nation?

Well, the time has come. Conde Nast Traveler also recently revealed the most unfriendly cities across the nation, and this list is not nearly as pleasant as the last.

Even though not a single Arizona city made the friendliest cities in the nation list, we also didn’t make the most unfriendly.

(So, yay?)

While these cities may be labeled as the most unfriendly, that doesn’t mean every single citizen is. So if you happen to be travelling to any of these cities, make sure to pack an extra smile because you never know when someone else will need it.

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Not so happy go lucky: Recent list reveals most unfriendly cities in nation