Whether you are looking for a destination to travel or a city to live in. List down these 10 countries to have the most of your life.
These top 10 countries offer the highest quality of life.
10. Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg is placed on the top 10 with an overall rating of 95.
Stability was scored 90, while its culture and environment score was 93.5, its education score was at 91.7, and both its healthcare and infrastructure scores came in at a perfect 100.
9. Helsinki, Finland
One of the main reasons that put cities on the top 10 most livable cities, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit, is a comparatively low population density. Finland has a density that ranges between 15 and 18 people per square kilometre of land, which is quite small in comparison to the global land average of 57 people per square kilometre.
Helsinki overall score is 95.6, with stability and healthcarek scored 100, an infrastructure score of 96.4, an education score of 91.7, and a culture and environment score of 88.7.
8. Auckland, New Zealand
New Zealand has the same population density as Finland, according to the report, helping put its city on the list.
Auckland overall scored 95.7, with a culture and environment score of 97, a healthcare score of 95.8, a stability score of 95, an infrastructure score of 92.9, and a total 100 for education.
7. Perth, Australia
Perth overall scored of 95.9. Perth had a stability score of 95, a culture and environment score of 88.7, and a score of 100 for its healthcare, education, and infrastructure.
6. Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide overall scored 96.6, with total 100’s in both education as well as healthcare. It also had a stability score of 95, a culture and environment score of 94.2, and an infrastructure score of 96.4.
5. Calgary, Canada
Calgary was one of three Canadian cities that made it to the top 10, with an overall score of 96.6. Its stability, education, and healthcare scores were all perfect 100, while its infrastructure score was 96.4 and its culture and environment score was an admirable 89.1.
4. Toronto, Canada
Toronto is second of the three Canadian cities that made it to the list, with occupying the 4th position. It overall scored 97.2. Its healthcare, stability, and education scores were all perfect 100’s. Toronto’s infrastructure score was 96.4, while its culture and environment score was 89.1.
3. Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver is positioned on No. 3 with an overall score of 97.3, with a stability score of 95, an infrastructure score of 92.9, and perfect 100’s for healthcare, culture and environment, and education.
2. Vienna, Austria
Only a 0.1 percentage difference left Vienna from this year’s top city. Vienna’s overall score was 97.4. It has a stability score of 95, while its healthcare, education, and infrastructure scores are all 100. Vienna’s culture and environment score was 94.4.
1. Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne tops the list and is considered the most livable city in the world, with an overall score of 97.5, with solid 100s in three categories: education, infrastructure, and healthcare. It has a stability score of 95 and a culture and environment score of 95.1.
So, where are you heading to?