The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Index
2:48 AM EDT, Thu June 23, 2022
The world's most liveable cities for 2022: The Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) Global Liveability Index ranked Melbourne, Australia (pictured) in a tie for 10th place. Click through to see the rest of the list.
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#10. Osaka, Japan: The only Asian city in this year's top 10 was Osaka, which tied for 10th place.
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#9. Amsterdam, Netherlands: The Dutch capital scored high for access to green space and health care.
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#8. Toronto, Canada: The Great White North had a strong showing this year with three cities in the top 10.
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#7. Frankfurt, Germany: Global financial and transport links made Frankfurt a winner this year.
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#6. Geneva, Switzerland: Switzerland's second-biggest city is home to the Red Cross as well as many parks, lakes and outdoor spaces.
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#5. Vancouver, Canada: Western Canada's biggest city is known for its thriving food and drink scene.
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#4. Calgary, Canada: Alberta's biggest city is famous for the Stampede it hosts every summer.
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#3. Zurich, Switzerland: Known for its banking history, Zurich is also an underrated European food city.
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#2. Copenhagen, Denmark: The Danish capital got high marks for creativity, as it is one of the world's foremost design centers.
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#1. Vienna, Austria: Vienna is back in number one position this year thanks to its careful post-pandemic reopening approach.