Here are the 10 best cities in the world to live in

The top 10 cities in the world are populated in terms of infrastructure and stability.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — For the third time in five years, Vienna has topped the list of the most livable cities according to the 2022 Global Responsibility Index. The Global Quality of Living Index is created annually by The Economist’s Economist Intelligence Unit , which ranks cities based on more than 30 factors. in five main categories, namely stability, health care, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.

Expert analysts and contributors within the city evaluated the indicators to produce livability scores to rank 173 cities. Reported Travel and LeisureSaturday (3/12/2022), following best place to stay in the world, according to The Economist.

1. Copenhagen, Denmark

Denmark’s capital and most populous city, Copenhagen combines modern architecture and history, lively restaurants and rich culture with many museums in the city center. Copenhagen scored 98 out of 100, with perfect scores for stability, education and infrastructure.

2. Zurich, Switzerland

Visit this cosmopolitan city of museums, vibrant nightlife, and historic old town on a boat trip along the Limmat River. Zurich’s total index of 96.3 includes 100 points for health care and high scores for culture and infrastructure.

3. Calgary, Canada

Calgary, the largest city in the Canadian province of Alberta, offers a diverse population, rich culture, vibrant nightlife, spectacular views and year-round outdoor activities. Calgary’s index of 96.3 includes perfect scores in health, education and infrastructure.

4.Vancouver, Canada

Located in British Columbia, Vancouver is a modern city with mountains, forests, oceans and world-class cuisine. A popular year-round vacation destination, the city has a livability index of 96.1, which receives perfect scores for healthcare, education, culture, and the environment.

5. Geneva, Switzerland

The European headquarters of the UN is located in Geneva, its location along Lake Geneva. The Geneva index of 95.9 includes 100 points for health and 96.4 for infrastructure.

6. Frankfurt, Germany

The largest financial center in Europe, Frankfurt is located on the Main, a tributary of the Rhine and bordering the Frankfurt City Forest. The city’s index of 95.7 includes perfect scores for infrastructure and healthcare, and 96.3 for culture and environment.

7.Toronto, Canada

Located in the province of Ontario, Toronto is Canada’s largest city with a diverse population, vibrant arts and dining scene, and stunning skyline. The city scored a total of 95.4, with 100 points in education and health.

8. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, is known for its canals, museums, historic buildings and vibrant nightlife. The city received a score of 97.2 for culture and environment and 100 for health care, for a total index of 95.3.

9. Osaka, Japan

One of Japan’s largest cities, Osaka is a major financial center, tourist destination, and cosmopolitan city known for its restaurants and festivals. Its total index of 95.1 includes scores of 100 for education, health care and stability.

10. Melbourne, Australia

Located in southeastern Australia along the Yarra River, Melbourne is known for its beaches, art and music, shopping and Aboriginal community. With an index of 95.1, the city scores 100 for education and infrastructure and 98.6 for culture and the environment.

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