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Southern hospitality: When it comes to friendly cities, the South shines

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Southern hospitality wins out in the annual Conde Nast readers survey of places where you are likely to get a warm reception. (Source: CNN) Southern hospitality wins out in the annual Conde Nast readers survey of places where you are likely to get a warm reception. (Source: CNN)

(CNN) - How friendly are you to people who visit your region? Conde Nast is out with a list of the friendliest and unfriendliest cities to visit in the U.S.

Once again, southern hospitality wins out in the annual readers survey of places where you are likely to get a warm reception.

Charleston, SC nabbed the top spot in the U.S. Called "quaint and charming," it also ranked fifth overall in the worldwide list last year and has topped the list of friendliest U.S. cities in the past.

Several other southern cities also made the list including Savannah, GA, New Orleans, Nashville and Asheville, NC.

As for the American cities that were judged to be inhospitable to travelers, Newark, NJ topped the list. Another Jersey destination, Atlantic City was also on the unfriendly list.

Los Angeles, Detroit and Miami are some of the other major cities that did not fare well with travelers.

Conde Nast says readers consider many variables when judging, including location, size and language perception, not just the attitude of locals.

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