If only Frank Sinatra knew his favorite city would one day make the best foot tattoo.
Watch out New York and Los Angeles, this town has the busiest airport in the world.
The Frommer's Travel Guide considers the Golden Gate Bridge the most photographed bridge in the world.
This is the perfect long distance relationship. Just think of all the Instagram likes they'd get. #Blessed.
We have a feeling this tattoo costs a lot less than a week of rent to live here.
Just remember to look down at your serenity city tattoo when you're stuck in city traffic.
You can't see it from this angle, but that building has 25 lightening rods.
The tattoo artist drew the Atlanta skyline in the style of 500 Days of Summer. In this case, reality exceeded expectations.
Well, what would you expect from the home of the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame?
Without a doubt, Manhattan is the "core" of the Big Apple.
King Kong. Godzilla. Rent inflation. This town has persevered through it all.
Big Ben isn't actually a "Ben" at all. He is rather a she ”” The Elizabeth Tower.
If you've never played in a fire hydrant or sprinkler in the middle of the street, then you haven't lived through a sweltering summer in the city.
This skyline sits on the arm of a Melbourne bartender who uses this as "wearing his heart on his sleeve."
Do you love cities? Do you love churches? Then you should get a tattoo that combines the two! Or don't. We don't control your life.
Concrete jungle where dreams are made of! Where apartments are the size of your closet but how about those Rangers, though?
Although Sir Arthur Conan Doyle may have been Scottish, these Sherlock/London tattoos are 100% Brit.
Rain, rain, go away. Come back when my Uber driver won't charge me twice as much to get across the bridge.
This guy loves San Francisco, he swears! Those robots are rebuilding it...to make room for more taco trucks.
The London Eye was first opened in 1999. So you can literally still party like it's 1999. Break out the Spice Girls, everyone.