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New Zealand’s Auckland is the leader in the Economist Intelligence Unit. Osaka and Adelaide are in second and third place.

Auckland in New Zealand is recognized as the best city in the world in terms of quality of life. This is evidenced by the global ranking of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) of the British magazine The Economist, which was presented on June 8.

The second and third places on the list, which included 140 cities, are Osaka and Adelaide. Experts assessed and compared the quality of life in cities, taking into account several indicators: development stability, culture, ecology, health care, education, and infrastructure. 

The world’s top 10 cities to live in include: 

  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Osaka, Japan
  • Adelaide, Australia
  • Wellington, New Zealand
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Perth, Australia
  • Zurich, Switzerland
  • Geneva, Switzerland
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • Brisbane, Australia

As the authors of the rating highlighted, Auckland climbed to the first place, as the authorities successfully contained the spread of COVID-19, allowing the city to remain open. 

They also pointed out that European and Canadian metropolitan areas have worsened their positions due to the consequences of severe restrictions. 

So, last year’s leader Vienna was outside the top ten winners. 

Damascus (Syria) was last on the list, ahead of which were Lagos (Nigeria), Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea), and Dhaka (Bangladesh).

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