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Top 10 Europe’s most livable cities
Citytrips Posted by gaytravel on Sat, Nov 20th, 2021 @ 12:25:06 PM 23 0
The top 10 Europe’s most livable cities make part of a list based on two global surveys. These are the Mercer’s Quality of Living Survey and The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Liveability Index. The surveys measure metrics such as crime rates, healthcare, infrastructure, quality of water, levels of corruption, culture and education, down to availability of sporting facilities and environmental concerns. This way a city can be ordered in a list following its degree of liveability.
10. Berlin, Germany
Germany’s capital, once divided, has now world ranking 13 of liveable city. the modern berliner lives at will. It is teeming with cafes, restaurants, bars, beer gardens, music and art venues.
Keep your stay at least a little bit culture-oriented. So don’t forget to include the Brandenburg Gate, the fantastic Old/New Reichstag, the harrowing Holocaust Memorial and the remains of the Berlin Wall during your visit. Also make sure you have explored East and West and notice the differences that remain. Otherwise you will not understand Berlin and to a certain extent Germany.
9. Amsterdam, Netherlands
The hub of the hippies and the Power Flower in the 1970s, Amsterdam today enjoys the greatest freedoms in the world. High scores in the field of culture and environment should not surprise anyone. There are plenty of museums. There is the Anne Frank museum, Van Gough, Rijksmuseum, and Rembrandt’s house. As well as the Science Center, the Museum of Bags and Purses Hendrikje. Or rent a bike and do as the locals do. Explore parks and canals. You can also do the latter by boat.
8. Basel, Switzerland
Basel, Europe’s most liveable city number 8, a must for culture freaks! There are 40 museums, the most popular of which is the Kunstmuseum Basel. This holds the largest and oldest art collections in Europe. Find works by Picasso, Van Gogh and Warhol and many more big names. Traditional sweet dish from the 14th century: honey cake.
7. Geneva, Switzerland
Swiss gem on Lake Geneva in the middle of the Alps. It’s clean, safe, rich and cultural all determine its rank as the most liveable city. The lake was a source of inspiration for poets and writers such as Byron, Shelley, Doyle, Twain … The old town cathedral dates back to the 1200s. It is also a maze of cobbled alleys where you can shop, visit flea markets to not to forget the terrace.
6. Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen is characterized by a comfortable atmosphere at home and enjoying the good things in life. This is how Copenhagen achieves its place as the most liveable city. His sculpture of the Little Mermaid, in honor of local author Hans Christian Andersen, the oriental-looking Tivoli Gardens, the world’s oldest theme park, and the colorful facades along Nyhavn are instagram grateful subjects. Foodies must necessarily visit the market in Torvehallerne. Or a night out in Kødbyen’s restaurant and nightclub district.
5. Frankfurt, Germany
Frankfürt, Germany’s banking center, is located on the River Main. Its skyscrapers give it the nicknames Mainhattan and Bankfurt. It has one of Europe’s busiest airports. The old city center has been faithfully reconstructed after the war. A great atmosphere radiates from the cobbled pedestrian streets, shops and bistros and squares covered with chairs and umbrellas.
4. Düsseldorf, Germany
Despite the dorf (village) in its name, Düsseldorf is a prosperous and chic city. It is the capital of the industrial greenhouse region of North Rhine-Westphalia. A must for architecture enthusiasts is the Rheinhafen, the modern media center along the Rhine. Altstadt, the old town is located along the Rhine. Also called “die längste Theke der Welt”, the longest bar in the world where you can enjoy the local Altbier, a dark beer. Düsseldorf, more specifically the “Shadowstrasse”, is also home to Europe’s third largest community of Japanese.
3. Munich, Germany
2. Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich is a multicultural city with a medieval center, surrounded by mountains, a river and a lake with clear mineral waters. It has a fantastic food and drink culture and makes visiting in winter and summer equally enjoyable. You can shop in the exclusive Bahnhofstrasse, take a cruise on Lake Zurich or climb the Uetliberg for a fantastic view. Consume a snack along the river, and meander through the old cobbled streets of the old town at Münstergasse. Or visit the FIFA Football Museum or the Zoological Museum
1. Vienna, Austria
Most liveable city in Europe and in the world. Initially it was a Roman war camp. Later it became the capital of the substantial and very wealthy Austrian Empire. this results in a number of beautiful palaces and buildings. In Baroque buildings and cafes you will mainly find sweet treats, such as Sachertorte and Kaiserschmarrn. If you want a fantastic view of the city, visit the Prater Ferris wheel.
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