Vienna is declared the world’s ‘most liveable city’ with Copenhagen and Zurich next best

The Austrian capital of Vienna has been ranked as the world’s ‘most liveable city’, while Copenhagen and Zurich followed close behind in The Economist’s annual rankings.

The list was dominated by Western European and Canadian cities, with nine of the top ten spots in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2022 Global Liveability Index. 

Only two cities outside of Europe and Canada made it onto the list – Osaka in Japan and Melbourne in Australia. The cities came joint 10th in the annual rankings.

The Economist ranked 172 cities on a variety of factors, including crime rates, health care, political stability, infrastructure and access to green space. 

The cities ranked in the top 10 had eased their Covid restrictions – meaning citizens’ lives could go back to normal.

The Economist did not include Kyiv in this year’s rankings due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Vladimir Putin’s war has also meant Moscow and St Petersburg dropped places due to the ‘increased instability, censorship and the…

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