Study shows Vienna will once again become the most beautiful city in the world

Study shows Vienna will once again become the most beautiful city in the world

Ranking of Economist Rewarding the stability of the Austrian capital, education, medical offer, and quality of infrastructure.

According to a ranking published on Thursday, June 23, Vienna has once again topped the list of the most beautiful cities in the world for the years 2018 and 2019. This is the third time that the Austrian capital has topped the index, produced by the Economist Intelligence Unit, a research and analysis arm affiliated with the English weekly. Economist. It becomes the successor to the New Zealand city of Auckland, which lost 33 sites due to the expansion of sanitary prisons. Experts were rewarded for Vienna’s stability, education, medical offer, and quality of infrastructure, with a maximum score of 100 out of 100. The cultural and environmental factors there are almost identical.

Europe dominates the top ten with six cities, including Copenhagen, Zurich and Geneva (sixth) finishing the podium behind Vienna. Canada is well represented by three cities: Calgary (third place), Vancouver (5) and Toronto (8). Paris is ranked 19th, 23 places higher than in 2021. The Belgian capital, Brussels, is ranked 24th, just behind Montreal (23rd). While London was ranked 33rd, Barcelona, ​​known as the most active, was ranked 35th, eight places ahead of Madrid (43rd). Elsewhere in the world, Milan is ranked 49th, New York 51st and Beijing 71st.

To be part of this panel, the city must be considered a “business destination”, i.e. a financial, financial center or customer request. Beirut, which was hit hard by a port explosion in 2020 and the Lebanese capital in the grip of strong political instability, is nowhere to be seen. The authors point out that kyiv had to be excluded from the report in the wake of the Russian occupation of Ukraine. At the same time, Moscow (80th) falls fifteen places. “Eastern European cities fall in rankings due to increased geopolitical risks” Etc. “Crisis on the cost of living, including rising energy and food prices”The head of the report, EIU Upasana Dutt, explained.

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Introduced new indicators such as health controls in the 2021 index to evaluate the effects of pandemic. The average standard of living rises again in 2022, but is well below the pre-Kovid level. Damascus continues to be the least welcomed city in the world.

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