Vienna is considered the most livable city in the world

Vienna is considered the most livable city in the world August 14th, 2018 these are external links and are presented in a new window close the Image Exchange panel Copyright Gunbicht Getty Images The Austrian capital, Vienna, whipped Melbourne Australia to The most livable city in the world.
This is the first time that a European city has surpassed the ranking of the annual survey of the Intelligence Unit of Economists (EIU).
The World League table occupies 140 cities among a number of factors, including political and social stability, crime, education and access to health care.
In the survey, Manchester saw the biggest improvement in the entire European city, the rise of 16 places in the 35 post.
The rise of Manchester is ahead of London by 13 places in the ranking, the largest gap between the two cities since the beginning of the survey two decades ago.
The EIU said that Manchester jumped to the rating was due to better safety performance. “Resilience ” The survey was criticized last year for demolishing Manchester after the attack on Manchester arena that killed 22 victims.
This year’s survey editor, Roxana Slavcheva, said that Manchester had “shown resilience in the city’s recovery from a recent high-level terrorist attack that had already shaken stability.”
Ms. Slavcheva said that security had also improved in “several Western European cities ” and that the first place in Vienna in the ranking reflected “a return relative to stability in a large part of Europe “.
It was also hailed by its lack of petty crime, described as one of the safest cities in Europe. Image Copyright The Getty image gallery had already appeared on the Summit for seven consecutive years according to the survey, almost half of the cities have improved their viability classification over the past year.
Melbourne, which was in second place in this year’s world ranking, had already launched at the top for seven consecutive years.
Two other Australian cities also formed the Top Ten this year: Sydney and Adelaide.
At the other end of the scale, Damascus, torn by war, ranked number one in the less-livable city of Syria, followed closely by Dhaka in Bangladesh and Lagos in Nigeria.
The EIU claimed that crime, civil strife, terrorism or war played a “strong role” in the tenth part of the qualifying cities. Image Copyright Getty Images The ten most livable cities in 2018 1st Vienna, Austria