Our world changes each year, so do the rankings. Each year, the Economist Intelligence Unit’s “Global Liveability Report, releases an update for most livable cities in the world which is based on Stability, Healthcare, Culture and Environment, Education, and Infrastructure.
Below are the 10 best cities to live in the world.
10- Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide in Australia is famous for its vineyards, world-class restaurants, and pristine beaches. No wonder it’s the 10th best city to live in the world.
9- Copenhagen, Denmark
Even though Copenhagen has a high cost of living, citizens still enjoy a perfect education system, countless fee parks, and art galleries,
7- Toronto, Canada (tie)
Canada’s largest city is also one of three Canadian cities in this year’s list. Toronto is proud of its healthcare system, as well as its diverse community.
7- Tokyo, Japan (tie)
Living in Tokyo is almost like living in the future! The Japanese capital has more Michelin stars than any other place on earth and is—no surprise—one of the world’s best food destinations.
6- Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver is so beautiful, you can’t believe your eyes! This Canadian city is a melting pot of cultures with more than 50% of its residents being born abroad.
5- Calgary, Canada
Vancouver and Toronto are always competing with each other, not knowing that their cousin, Calgary is officially the most livable city in Canada. With Lake Louise and Banff National Park, Calgary is like heavens for nature lovers.
4- Osaka, Japan
Often overshadowed by the capital, Osaka is an amazing destination itself, especially for foodies since Osaka is one of the best food cities in all of Japan.
3- Sydney, Australia
Sydney was the only city on the list that has improved its overall score since last year. This city’s goal is to become as Eco-Friendly as possible by 2030.
2- Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne is the most liveable city in Australia and the second-most livable city in the world. This city is one of the travelers most favorite cities to visit because of its world-class art, famed coffee, and cuisine.
1- Vienna, Austria
Maintaining its last year’s position, Austria’s capital, Vienna is officially the best city to live in the whole world. Because of the city’s government that puts a lot of resources behind infrastructure and housing, the cost of living here is far lower than comparable European cities.
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Delighted to hear Vienna is among those cities, especially ranking second in Europe after Copenhagen (which I don’t really understand as Copenhagen must be pretty depressing in the dark winter months)
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In fact, Vienna is the first on the list, both in the world and Europe.
Moving to Vienna asap!!
Wow! Good for you! I wish I could do the same now! Lol
Viva Calgary! lol
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I agree with Japan about food. It is delicious and relatively affordable (compared to the standard of living). Tokyo, however, is fast, loud, and comes at you all at once. People are lovely though. I have never been lost for more than 90 seconds.
Wow! That’s impressive!
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I guess I will find out why Calgary is placed where it is!
The only one I’ve been to is Vancouver, and I was 9 so I barely remember it… once COVID is over I really should travel more.
That’s still nice.
I actually live in Vancouver. If you want to visit it here, it’s good to come between June to August. Otherwise, you’ll be greeted by a gray rainy weather the whole time! lol
It was July 1986 during the Expo 86 World’s Fair. And even in July, one of the days I remember being gray and rainy 🙂
Not surprised at all! Lol