The best cities in the world to live in 2016

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Are you thinking of giving your life a radical change and moving to another city? Well, you may be interested to know the list that we are going to present to you today. Its about Liveability Ranking 2016, a report prepared by The Economist Intelligence Unit that aims to show the best and worst cities in the world to live. To do this, it takes into account 30 variables that are grouped into five categories: stability, health, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. Of course, it is important to note that this year they have placed a special emphasis on security.

Today in Hard Hobbit To Break we want to show you the first 10 places in the ranking of top cities in the world to live in 2016. Canada and Australia are the countries that stand out best, as they appear six times. As for Spain, it is not present in the list, although it is not in the worst cities either. Would you like to discover which cities have the best quality of life? Well, all you have to do is join us!

Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne
With a score of 97.5 out of 100, Melbourne, Australia, is placed this year in first position in the ranking of The Economist Intelligence Unit, standing out in Health, infrastructure and education, in which it has obtained 100 points.


Vienna, Austria

Vienna
It is closely followed by Vienna, the Austrian capital, which has obtained an overall score of 97.4. Like the Australian city, it has also excelled in the fields of health, education and infrastructure, obtaining the same note. Furthermore, it is important to note that this European city has not suffered the consequences of terrorism.

Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver
Closing the top 3 we find Vancouver, one of the most important from Canada. Its excellent mark (97.3) is mainly due to aspects such as health, culture and the environment, and education. Instead, it has scored somewhat lower in stability and infrastructure.

Toronto Canada

Toronto
We are still in Canada to talk to you about Toronto, which has obtained an overall score of 97.2. According to the report, it is a very stable with an excellent health and educational system. On the other hand, it does not stand out as much in aspects such as infrastructure or the environment.


Calgary, Canada

Calgary
Also in Canada is the fifth city on the list. This is Calgary, which has obtained a score of 96.6. This city has obtained 100 points both in stability and in health and education, although the grade in culture and environment does not reach 90 points.

Adelaide, Australia

Adelaide
Tied for points with Calgary is Adelaide, an Australian city that stands out for health and education. And although he has not dropped from 94 points in any category, his grade is not so high in stability, culture and environment, and infrastructure.

Perth, Australia

Perth
We are still in Australia to talk to you about Perth, which has obtained a score of 95.9, standing out in the categories of health, education and infrastructure. Instead it has gone down of the 90 points in culture and environment.


Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland
At number 8 in the ranking is Auckland, the only city New Zealand from the top 10. With an overall score of 95.7, he has only obtained 100 points in the education category.

Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki
The second city European Helsinki is on the list, with a score of 95.6. The Finnish capital stands out in stability and health, categories in which it has obtained 100 points. On the other hand, its culture and environment score does not exceed 90 points.

Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg
Finally, we have to talk about Hamburg, which has placed in tenth place thanks to the 95 points obtained. The best thing about the German city is its Health, in addition to its infrastructures.

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