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How to Have More Leisure Time When Living in the Top 10 Most Livable Places in the World
BY mike / August 06, 2021
As the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, the metropolitan city of Auckland in New Zealand has been named the most livable city globally by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) top 10 places to live in the world.

That’s largely due to the country’s successful handling of COVID-19 which allowed schools,  which allowed schools, theaters, restaurants, and other cultural attractions to remain open during the survey period from Feb. 22 to March 21, 2021, according to the EIU.
Asia-Pacific cities dominated the top 10 rankings this year, even as the pandemic caused overall livability around the world to decline.

Overall, these are the top 10 most livable cities in the world

No.10 Brisbane, Australia
 
Overall rating: 92.4
Stability: 95
Healthcare: 100
Culture & Environment: 85.9
Education: 100
Infrastructure: 85.7
 
The nations of Oceania really cracked down on travel restrictions early on in the pandemic, barring most travelers from the region completely. As a result, citizens were able to resume normal life far sooner than the rest of the world in late 2020
Brisbane, a sunny riverfront city that logs nearly 300 cloud-free days annually, scored a perfect 100 in both the education and healthcare sectors, making it an easy pick for one of the best places to live in the world.
 
No.8 Melbourne, Australia (tie)


Overall rating: 92.5
Stability: 95
Healthcare: 83.3
Culture & Environment: 88.2
Education: 100
Infrastructure: 100
 
Although it slid in the ranks from no. 2 to no. 8 this year, Melbourne remains one of the most liveable cities in Australia—and the entire world. The city shines with all of Australia's best personality traits—sophisticated, stylish, free-spirited—and continues to attract travelers with its world-class art and famed coffee and cuisine.
 
8. Geneva, Switzerland (tie)

Overall rating: 92.5
Stability: 95
Healthcare: 100
Culture & Environment: 84.5
Education: 83.3
Infrastructure: 96.4
 
Despite some social restrictions still in place, Switzerland takes up two spots in this year's list—the only two European cities to make the cut this year. Despite being one of the most expensive cities in the world, Geneva proves its livability with a perfect healthcare score (it is the home of the Red Cross, after all) and high numbers for stability and infrastructure.

No.7  Zurich, Switzerland

Overall rating: 92.8
Stability: 95
Healthcare: 100
Culture & Environment: 85.9
Education: 83.3
Infrastructure: 96.4
 
Barely edging out Geneva is Zurich, Switzerland's largest city and economic hub. Zurich may seem one-dimensional at first glance, with a reputation for being hyper-efficient and severe. The fact that you'll find spotless streets and trains that always run on time is true—but the city is full of surprises.
 
No.6 Perth, Australia

Overall rating: 93.3
Stability: 95
Healthcare: 100
Culture & Environment: 78.2
Education: 100
Infrastructure: 100
 
It’s often called the most isolated city on earth, but don't write off Perth just yet. While the Australian metropolis is still on the up-and-up when it comes to culture & environment, it clearly makes up for those shortcomings when it comes to healthcare, education, and infrastructure. (And if the Economist included a section on beaches, we suspect Perth would have scored perfectly there as well—just check out Cottesloe Beach for proof.) You can also find relatively new food and art scenes here, both of which make the remote city an enjoyable place to call home.
 
No.4 Tokyo(tie)

Overall rating (out of 100): 93.7
Stability: 100.0
Healthcare: 100.0
Culture and environment: 84.0
Education: 91.7
Infrastructure: 92.9
 
Japan took early steps to prevent the mass spread of coronavirus, implementing stay-at-home orders and border closures much earlier than most other countries. That, paired with an excellent healthcare system, explains why the country has two highly-ranked cities on this year's list. Tokyo took a cultural hit in 2020 (the postponed Summer Olympics being the most obvious example), but the city still managed to raise three spots from last year. Tokyo continues to lead by example when it comes to infrastructure, and experts predict the city will get even more incredible in the second half of 2021 and beyond.
 
No4. Wellington, New Zealand (tie)


Overall rating (out of 100): 93.7
Stability: 95.0
Healthcare: 91.7
Culture and environment: 95.1
Education: 100.0
Infrastructure: 89.3
 
Similar to Australia, New Zealand's strict border closings kept the case count low throughout the pandemic, meaning cultural attractions and restaurants didn't remain shuttered for long. Students were also able to continue going to school, giving cities like Wellington a 100 percent score in education. Even if you don't have kiddos to worry about, the capital city is a fun, quirky place to live, perfect for art lovers and foodies alike. Located on the southern tip of New Zealand's vastly underrated North Island, the city is flanked by hills on one side and a harbor that leads straight to the South Island on the other. And everything you've heard about Kiwis being notoriously friendly? It's all true.
 
No.3 Adelaide, Australia

Overall rating (out of 100): 94.0
Stability: 95.0
Healthcare: 100.0
Culture and environment: 83.8
Education: 100.0
Infrastructure: 96.4
 
We love visiting Adelaide for its world-class vineyards and natural wines, but it turns out the southern coastal city is a great place to take up permanent residence. The Economist Intelligence Unit gave it a score of 100 (the highest possible score) in both education and healthcare—judging availability and quality of both—and the city fared very well in the other categories as well. We're sure the city's pristine beaches, world-class restaurants, and aforementioned wine scene certainly add to the livability factor.
 
No 2. Osaka, Japan

Overall rating (out of 100): 94.2
Stability: 100.0
Healthcare: 100.0
Culture and environment: 83.1
Education: 91.7
Infrastructure: 96.4
 
Japan’s third-largest city (after Tokyo and Yokohama) is often overshadowed by the nation's capital, but there are plenty of reasons it’s become a destination in its own right. For starters, Osaka is one of the best food cities in all of Japan—must-eat regional specialties include takoyaki (battered, fried octopus balls) and okonomiyaki (grilled savory pancakes with a variety of additions). We also love the city for its baseball culture, neon-lit neighborhoods, and beautiful Osaka Castle.
 
No 1. Auckland, New Zealand

Overall rating (out of 100): 96.0
Stability: 95.0
Healthcare: 95.8
Culture and environment: 97.9
Education: 100.0
Infrastructure: 92.9
 
That's right, folks—Auckland is officially the best place to live in 2021. While the city is often (mistakenly) used as little more than a transit stop en route to Queensland, a slew of new urban renewal projects are making us all consider a permanent relocation. Once-neglected sections of the city's waterfront are being transformed into buzzing areas filled with green spaces and notable shopping addresses. Even before all of these changes, Auckland has long held a reputation for being a popular spot for ex-pats—in fact, some 40 percent of its population was born overseas. Beyond having beautiful places to hike, sail, and surf within easy reach, the city has a diverse culinary scene to match its worldly population.
 
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