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Top 10 Most Livable Cities in the World

Top 10 Most Livable Cities in the World

Top 10 Most Livable Cities in the World

Generally, there are five basic but important aspects of great and livable cities in the world:  “affordability, robust and complete neighborhood, a resilient and diverse local economy, accessibility and sustainable mobility and vibrant public spaces”. If a place fulfills all these essential features, then it can be said a Livable place.

There is a term called “Quality of Life“, it is a measure of the standard of health, comfort, and happiness experienced by an individual or group of individuals. So, the place at which the quality of life of a person is good enough that he/she is living comfortably, happily and healthily can be referred to as a Livable place.

The top 10 Most Livable cities in the World are:

1. Venice, Italy :

Venice, Italy

Venice is the world’s most beautiful city. Water and flooding is the most beautiful part of this city. There are no roadways or cars, just canals, and boats. People use their boats to reach some other places. Each building is a work of art, with their beauty enhanced when reflected on the canals that cross the city. The city-state of Venice is said to be the very first real international financial center which started in the 9th century and reached the peak in the 14th century.

2. Paris, France:-

Paris, France

The ironic architecture of Paris attracts every individual to visit this beautiful city. The main attraction is the “Eiffel Tower“, an iron lattice tower located on the ‘Champ de Mars‘ in Paris. Glorious food, stylish shopping, and artistic treasures are the most important part of this city. Paris is the capital of France and it emerged out as a global center for art, fashion and culture also. “Paris is often called the City of Love because people from all over the world go there to spend some beautiful and romantic with their loved ones”.

3. Bruges, Belgium:-

Bruges, Belgium

Bruges is distinguished by its canals, cobbled streets, and medieval buildings. It’s port, Zeebrugge, is an important center for fishing and European trade. The city-center Market features horse-drawn carriage and 17th-century houses converted into restaurants and cafes. As well as the 13th-century belfry with its 47-bell carillon and 83m tower with panoramic views. Till the end of the 14th century, Bruges along with three other members Ghent, Ypres, and Franc of Bruges somehow managed to form a parliament.

4. Budapest, Hungary:-

Budapest, Hungary

 Budapest is bisected by the River Danube, and the 19th-century chain bridge connects its hilly Buda district with flat Pest. The Budapest History Museum traces life from Roman times onwards. Trinty Square is home to 13th century Matthias Church and the turrets of the Fishermen’s Bastion. budapest has many nicknames such as: ‘Heart of Europe’, ‘Queen of Danube’, ‘Capital of festivals’, ‘Pearl of Danube’ etc.

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5. Rome, Italy:-

Rome, Italy

Rome is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Ancient ruins such as the Roman Forum and the Colosseum like the power of the former Roman Empire. The name Rome is believed to have come from the founder and the king, ‘Romulus’. Rome is the national capital of Italy. rome has a cool humid, winters and warm, dry summers making it a very beautiful place to live in.

6. Florence, Italy:-

Florence, Italy

Italy’s Tuscany region and birthplace of the Renaissance is home to masterpieces of the art and architecture. One of its most iconic sites is the Florence Cathedral, with its ‘terra-cotta-tiled dome engineered by Brunelleschi and Bell Tower designed by Giotto’. Florence is the capital of the Tuscany region of Italy. It was the center of medieval trade and finance and was the richest and wealthiest city of that era. The beauty of this city attracts millions of people every year to come as tourists, tourism also help to increase the income of people living there.

7. Amsterdam, Netherlands:-

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are 400km of cycle paths. During the 17th century, Amsterdam became the most important port in the world from a small fishing town. During that time, the city was the leading center for diamonds and finance.

8. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil:-

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

It is a huge seaside city is Brazil, famed for its Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, 38m Christ the Redeemer statue atop Mt. Corcovado and Sugarloaf, a granite monolith with cable cars to its summit. Its raucous Carnival festival, featuring parade floats, flamboyant costumes, and samba, is considered the world’s largest. Rio also organized the Olympic event which also gives some financial support to the people living there because the tourism also gets increased whenever and wherever these kinds of international sporting events take place.

9. Lisbon, Portugal:-

Lisbon, Portugal

A hilly capital of Portugal known for its cafe culture and soulful ‘Fado music’. Old city’s pastel-colored buildings, ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge, the national Azulejo Museum displays 5 centuries of decorative ceramic tiles, and just outside a string of Atlantic beaches are the most impressive things of Lisbon. There are many nicknames for Lisbon like ‘The City of Seven Hills‘, ‘Queen of the Sea‘, ‘The City of Tolerance‘ etc. It is often known for its importance in finance, commerce, media, arts, entertainment, education, International trade and many more things.

10. Prague, Czech Republic:-

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is bisected by the ‘Vltava River’. The city is also called “The City of a Hundred Spires”, it is known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches, and the medieval Astronomical Clock, with a popular show. The climate here is awesome with freezing winters and some days of mild temperatures and the summers which comes with a lot of sunshine.

Although the lifestyle and languages of all the cities may differ according to the respective areas of the quality of life, the livability is best in the above-mentioned cities all over the world. Livability not only means to live a comfortable and healthy life, it also includes the social well-being of an individual in terms of having a respect in the nearby environment, one should be recognizable at least in the nearby areas and have a lot of friends will increase the livability at a place. These places or cities are also very much affordable and cost-efficient. So, if one is doing some work and earning a normal amount of money can easily survive in these cities.

Written By–

Vaibhav Chauhan

(Team- ItsLyf)

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