My top 10 best Cities to live in the World

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Switzerland provides better safety, wealth, health, trust and quality life for their people which made it as one of the best countries to live in the world 2015. When compared to other countries people in Switzerland win noble price every year. It is the most expensive country and has highest per capita GDP in the world. It ranks first in safeguarding the environment among 132 nations according to Environmental Performance Index. They engaged in exporting chemicals and have many multinational corporations which made it as one of the most powerful and wealthiest economies in the world.


Australia is really nice country. Australia is a very high developed country characterized by a very high rank of Human Development Index. This country is also strong in financial, and really multicultural where you can meet people around the world. The citizens are friendly and you can enjoy a freedom life. Australia has it's best city in the world, Melbourne which ranked as the most liveable city in the world. Climate diversity makes Australia become more unique where you can enjoy the tropical climate at the north of the country, desert at the west, and subtropical climate at the southeast of Australia.M+81

If I was a poor man then Australia is the best place to be poor in as it has a great safety net, not too cold and a lot of opportunity to get off the canvas. If I was a rich man then Australia is a great place to live: Good security, Good Weather, Good Beaches, Good Food and Good Business opportunities. Canada- Weather is lousy, US- No safety net, so it has low security, Europe - Too much Government interference and weather is lousy. New Zealand is similar to Australia to except the place has too many New Zealanders. Thailand is Up there with Good places to live if you had a few bucks. At the end of the day it is up to what you want : for me it is about : Good Air, Good Food, Good Water, Good Weather, Good scenery and the economic freedom and health to enjoy them.M+62

Easily the coolest country on earth. One of the only truely free countries. You can do what you want, whenever you want. As long as you don't get caught of course!M+51

Great suburbs and liveable citiesMnew


Iceland ranked in this list of best countries to live as it scored more than 7 points in the world happiness report. The literacy percentage of Iceland is 99 (source), which is great to raise your kids. It mainly relies on agriculture and fishing until 20th century but after World War II it became one of the most developed and wealthiest nations in the world. This country has made a significant recovery after affected by worldwide crisis in the year 2008. It maintains Nordic Social Welfare System to provide tertiary education and health care for their citizens. There is no army and crime rate is totally zero in Iceland thus you can see banks functioning without policemen. The life expectancy of people in Iceland is 76.4 for men and 81.3 for women.


The total area of Canada is 9.98 million square kilometer which made it as the second largest country in the world by total area. It is ranked as eight in Human Development Index with highest per capita income. People in Canada enjoy the average life of 81 years with highly equipped health care system. It has fulfilled most of the factors like higher per capita, better education, low crime rate, health, and social support to become one of the best places to live in the world. It is one of the world’s multicultural and most ethnically diverse nation where you can find people from different culture. The complex and long relationship with United States has Canada to had a significant impact on its culture and economy. It generated higher income from tourism and ranked as one of the top trading nations because of its free trade policies.


Even though Austria is high in population it is offering better quality of life to their citizens since 2009 and it has gone down only 0.1 percent during economic crisis which made this as one of the best countries to live in the world. It ranked as 21 in Human Development Index with high standard of living in the year 2013 and one of the richest countries in the world with the highest per capita of $46,330 during the estimation in 2012. The average life expectancy of people is 43 years. This country has satisfied their citizen with basic and better housing facilities. The majority of population in Austria is educated and people in that country are enjoying a wealthy lifestyle. They offer high class schooling and education system to all of their people which also have the highest employment rate. All these features made Austria as one of the best place to live in this world.


Denmark ranked first in the list issued by world Happiness Report because it has zero crime rates, murder, no corruption, and stability in economic growth, quality life, etc. All these things made it as one of the best, happiest and safest countries to live in the world. Nearly 18 weeks of paid leave is given to mothers and 79 percent of women are working which is comparatively higher than other countries. People in this country are more concerned about their environment and they follow excellent health care system.

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Sweden is the third largest country in European Union by total land mass. It has the population of 9.7 million people and offer better standard of living for its entire citizen. They provide 16 months of parental leave which is comparatively higher than other countries. People have the freedom of choice and there are no much issues about human rights in Sweden. They are following Nordic social welfare system to provide tertiary education and universal health care for its citizen. It is the best place for women where they get safety and they can see their child grown up. You can breathe clean and fresh air and also has many excellent places to visit.


People in Norway loves doing party than any other countries. They have largest oil manufacturing units which contribute to the nation’s wealth. You can get healthiest food, fresh air and clean water in this country which can be the reason behind their healthy life. They mainly depend on reserves like natural gas, minerals, lumber, hydropower, seafood and petroleum. They have parliament system of government and it is a Unitary Constitutional Monarchy. On the whole it is the best place to live in the world 2015 in which the average life expectancy of a man is 50 years and for women it is 47 years

New Zealand

by far one of the most awesome countries to live in. It has so much. Theme parks, volcanoes, kind people, and so much more. C'on who wouldn't want to go see where lord of the rings, the hobbit and king kong was filmed swell as hundreds more. What can't yo do here? There's very little crime, no shortages of water, food, air
The world's 10 best cities to live in, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit global “liveability” study, which looks at how “tolerable” it is to live in a particular place given its crime levels, threat of conflict, quality of medical care, levels of censorship, temperature, schools and transport links.


Finland has great education system where you can easily count the students fails in their academy. They have many numbers of lakes in the country which enables them to avoid water issues. They have the highest per capita GDP from mobile phones when compared to other nations. Finland became the first nation to give the right to vote and to run for office to all adult citizens including women. This is one of the top rated countries to conduct trade with attractive trade policies. You can expect 100 percent literacy rate in Finland and their children are the great readers in the world. They are the top performer in many metrics of national performance including economic competitiveness, quality of life, education, human development and more. They also have excellent health care system, public transport and low corruption thus on the whole it is the best place to live in the world.

i Would like to add as my favorite places Tahiti,Bora Bora,Marquesas Island,and The Riviera Maya in Mexico because i love the sea and this is only little research on the net and a personal opinion , nothing more than that ,is really hard to make a list, Germany, Brazil , USA and Japan should be on this list but can not find that position to put these amazing countries

Comments (5)

Don't make any declarations until you have spent time in the places you are naming.
I have and can tell you there are quite a few negatives in those countries that aren't exposed on the internet. Second hand information can be flawed.
Doesn't the title say '10 Best Cities'???? Can't see a single City listed
brazil and mexico great ! you can add honduras and nigeria !
by chance some of these countries are reluctant to mass immigration !
Where the hell did you get your info from ??? your list is utter rubbish, Both Finland and Denmark lakes are poisoned by acid rain there forests are dying, and both have terrible alcohol problems and valance.

You need to go back to school
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