Great job opportunities, efficient health care, well-organized public services, good environment and world-class education system make any city livable. Unfortunately, not all the world’s cities are livable. Mercer’s 19th annual Quality of Living survey announced the winners of this year.
450 global cities have been examined and here are ten most livable cities in the world 2017 with two cities sitting at tenth place. Surprisingly, no American city makes the top. Austria and Switzerland are absolute winners.
1. Vienna, Austria
When it comes to any ranking, Vienna is almost always included. The list of the world’s most livable cities is no exception. Vienna is known for its low crime rate, stable political system, well-developed economy, excellent infrastructure, rich history, diverse culture, and moderate climate. The city offers highly efficient and affordable education system and a top-notch health care.