Auckland, New Zealand, has been named the world’s most livable city in a recent survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit. The Japanese city of Osaka is second and the Australian city of Adelaide is third.
The survey was conducted in 140 cities around the world and was based on better health facilities, environment, higher education, infrastructure and culture. Measures taken to deal with the Corona epidemic have also had an impact on this ranking, which has resulted in fluctuations in the number of cities concerned.
Melbourne, the runner-up in the previous survey, is ranked ninth in the new rankings. It is worth mentioning that the beautiful city of Melbourne in Australia has been honored to occupy the first position for seven years.
Wellington, New Zealand, is ranked fourth. The Japanese city of Tokyo is ranked fifth. In the same ranking, the Australian city of Perth is ranked sixth, the cities of Zurich and Geneva in Switzerland are ranked seventh and eighth respectively, while the Australian cities of Melbourne and Brisbane are ranked ninth and tenth respectively. According to the survey, Damascus, Dhaka, Laos, Karachi, Port Moresby, Harare, Tripoli, etc. have been declared as the least livable cities.