It’s easy to see why pool culture might be at odds with the cityscape around it.
You could have a swimming pool, a tennis court, a gym, and a basketball court.
But if you’re looking for a place to enjoy a family night out or simply to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, then you’ve got a problem.
There’s just not much of a place for you to hang out, hang out with your friends, or just hang out.
You can’t fit into the cityscapes around you, which is where pool culture comes in.
If you’re in need of some inspiration, there are plenty of pools to choose from in this article.
We also recommend reading about how to get the most out of the city in this issue of The Next Great American City.
So, let’s take a look at some of the best swimming pools in cities around the world.
The National Pool in Washington, DC, which opened in 1974 2.
The Grand Pool in Singapore, the oldest swimming pool in the world and the oldest in Asia 3.
The Olympic Pool in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which hosts the Summer Olympics and hosts the Winter Olympics each year.
The pool also has the world’s largest swimming pool 4.
The Pool in Zurich, Switzerland, a world-class facility that houses the world-famous PWC pool, the world No. 1 pool, and hosts world-renowned sports and entertainment events 5.
The World Pool in London, England, home to the World’s Largest Pool and the London Marathon.
The Water Park in Toronto, Ontario, home of the Ontario Premier League’s Toronto FC soccer team.
The Southbank Centre in London for the Paralympics, home for the London 2012 Paralympic Games and home to many events.
The Royal Oak Pool in Birmingham, Alabama, home-of-the-world-famous Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, the largest hotel in the United Arab Emirates.
The Blue Water Club in Los Angeles, the country’s largest indoor swimming pool and home of its famous surfing pool.
The Lifestyle Resort and Spa in Sydney, Australia, home.
The Westin Los Angeles Hotels, a destination hotel chain that specializes in luxury vacation packages.
The New York City Polo Club.
The D.J. Hilton Los Angeles.
The Marriot Hotel in Paris, France, home and hotel to many of the worlds finest chefs and designers.
The Plaza de Mayo in Mexico City, the place to celebrate the holiday of Cinco de Mayo with family and friends.
The Red Rocks in Denver, Colorado, home, and hotel for some of Colorado’s best rock climbers and rock fans.
The Park Hyatt Miami Beach, a resort with more than 1,000 rooms.
The Lake Tahoe Hotel in Tahoe, Nevada, home venue for the Super Bowl and home for its signature surf festival, The Great Surf Party.
The Sea-Tac Airport in Tacoma, Washington, home base for the International Space Station.
The Aquatic Park in Seattle, Washington.
The Bodega Pool in Los Angles, California, home facility for a number of upscale restaurants.
The Citi Field in New York, home arena for the New York Mets baseball team.
The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The TCL Chinese Theatre in Las Colinas, Texas, home theater for the Las Vegas Strip.
The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.
The Golden Nugget in Oakland, California home of NFL and NHL teams.
The Rogers Centre in Toronto.
The Wynn Las Vegas Resort and Casino, home ballpark for the NBA’s Toronto Raptors.
The Omni Las Vegas.
The Hyatt Regency at The Mirage, Las Vegas-based hotel, and home venue to the world famous Hollywood Bowl.
The Giro d’Italia in Italy.
The Belmont Gardens in Brooklyn, New York.
The Oceanfront in Orlando, Florida, home turf for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins and home turf to the NBA team the Orlando Magic.
The Stade Olympique Marseille.
The Amalie Arena in Montreal, Canada, home ground for the Montreal Canadiens.
The Staples Center in Los Vegas, the home of The Clippers.
The Polo Grounds in Los Santos, California- home of some of LA’s biggest street performers.
The Palazzo di Milano in Venice, Italy.
The O2 Arena in London.
The Forum in London and the Royal Albert Hall in London on a full day.
The Riverside Hotel in Manchester, England.
The Arena das Boothe