Just a heads up Belleville is not on the list!
Austria’s capital, Vienna, is considered the world’s most livable city, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit, a research and analysis division of The Economist Group.
The so-called “City of Dreams” — and a citadel of fine art, museums, opera houses and architecture, ranked No. 1 on the survey of more than 140 cities for a number of socio-economic reasons, including academic excellence and great overall quality of living.
Among its many perks: The Austrian capital has seen a decrease in its already low crime rate during 2017. And most residents get free visits to doctors and hospitals thanks to a well-regarded public medical plan.
The cost of living in Vienna is manageable, with an average monthly cost of living for a single person is $866.85 per month without rent.
That makes it slightly more affordable than other cities like Paris, Copenhagen, London, Luxembourg and Amsterdam, which average a little more than $1,000 per month for living expenses without rent.
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