The 10 best cities to live

We begin the new year with information that may be of great help to you, especially at this time when the economic situation in Spain is not to fire. And we have discovered a classification of a prestigious English publication that discovers the ten best places to live based on various indicators of quality of life such as health, culture, education or infrastructure.

We have thought that, as they are ideal places to live, surely they are also ideal for traveling , so, what do you think if you discover this practical list with us? I assure you that you will like it!


Top ten cities

According to a ranking prepared by the Economist Intelligence Unit of the prestigious British weekly "The Economist", Melbourne (Australia) is the best city to live in, followed by Vienna (Austria), Vancouver (Canada), Toronto (Canada), Calgary (Canada) , Adelaide (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Helsinki (Finland), Perth (Australia) and Auckland (New Zealand).

Five categories

To prepare the ranking, in which, as you have seen, the cities of Australia and Canada stand out above all, 140 cities were evaluated taking into account five categories: stability , health, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. According to the publication, Melbourne scored perfect in the second, fourth and fifth categories.


The worst cities to live

According to the Economist Intelligence Unit of "The Economist", the worst city to live in right now is Damascus , due to troubled Syria. Other cities that occupy the lower part of the ranking are Tehran (Iran), Douala (Cameroon), Tripoli (Libya), Karachi (Pakistan), Algiers (Algeria), Harare (Zimbabwe), Lagos (Nigeria), Port Moresby (Papua) New Guinea) and Dhaka (Bangladesh).

Do you agree with this ranking or would you include any other city among the best cities to live in the world? Let us know!