Vienna is No. 1, Auckland falls to 34th; Here is the list of the top 10

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Austria’s capital, Vienna, reclaimed its spot as the world’s most livable city in 2022, according to an annual report published by The Economist on June 22. The Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 173 cities around the world for its Global Livability Index. Last year, Auckland, New Zealand’s most populous city, topped the list. However, this year the city dropped out of the top 10 at 34th place due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. The top 10 cities this year were among those with the fewest restrictions. The Global Liveability Index surveyed and rated cities in the categories of stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure. Here’s a look at the top 10 most livable cities in the world according to the Global Quality of Living Index. (Image: Reuters)
No 10: Osaka, Japan and Melbourne, Australia | The Japanese city of Osaka ranked 10th due to its consistently high stability scores. Melbourne, Australia also shared the 10th position on the Global Living Conditions Index with Osaka due to its educational facilities and infrastructure. (Image: Reuters)
No. 9: Amsterdam, Netherlands | The capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, has many tourist attractions such as the historic canals, the Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House, the red-light district and the Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam is full of parks and open spaces in the city. It is well connected with transport facilities. (Image: Shutterstock)
#8: Toronto, Canada | Toronto offers world-class healthcare facilities and a healthy lifestyle to its residents. It has countless parks, trails, and public infrastructure spread throughout the city. (Image: Shutterstock)
No 7: Frankfurt, Germany | Frankfurt is a center of commerce, culture, education and tourism. It is home to many cultural and educational institutions and hosts the largest book fair in the world. It is home to two large botanical gardens and a network of cycle paths. Around 50% of Frankfurt’s city limits are protected green areas. (Image: Shutterstock)
No 6: Geneva, Switzerland | Also known as the Capital of Peace, Geneva of Switzerland is an important financial center in the world and a center of international diplomacy. It is also home to organizations such as the United Nations and the Red Cross, among others. It has wonderful cultural institutions, including extensive public transport networks, plans for sustainable development and environmental protection. (Image: Reuters)
#5: Vancouver, Canada | Vancouver, located in British Columbia, Canada, is one of the cleanest cities in the world. It has excellent environmental sustainability, design, educational infrastructure, and affordability that put it high in the livability rankings. (Image: Reuters)
#4: Calgary, Canada | Calgary boasts a stunning skyline at the foot of the majestic Rocky Mountains and is home to world-class libraries and basic infrastructure. These make a difference in his international profile and he ranks high on the list. (Image: Reuters)
No. 3: Zurich, Switzerland | Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, has the largest financial centers in the world. The city is filled with multiple modes of transportation, and it scored high on work, housing, recreation, education, and safety. (Image: Reuters)
No 2: Copenhagen, Denmark | Danish capital Copenhagen snagged second place on the list. The city has had higher rankings on the Global Quality of Living Index for many years due to factors such as excellent infrastructure, reliable transportation systems, and top-notch healthcare. (Image: Reuters)
No 1: Vienna, Austria | Vienna has once again become the most livable city in the world in 2022. Good stability and infrastructure are the city’s main strengths, supported by good health care and plenty of culture and entertainment opportunities. (Image: Reuters)
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