But Canada and Australia both have three cities in the top 10 on the Economist Intelligence Unit’s new list.
Looking for good health care, infrastructure, education, culture and more?
Look no further than Vienna, Austria, which for the second year running, has topped the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual Global Liveability Index, which ranks 140 cities on stability, health care, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure. Vienna scores “a near perfect” 99.1 out of 100, the Economist unit writes in its report. Vienna is followed closely by Melbourne, Australia, which for years dominated this list.