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If you plan to move, these are the 10 best and worst cities to live in 2023

Date: June 19, 2024 Time: 14:04:06

After 3 years of restrictions due to the pandemic, today, all cities have fully recovered their activity. After a year of reconstructions, the habitability indexes return. In this case, it was carried out by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). 30 values ​​from 137 cities have been studied, being the cities of the Asian continent the ones that have improved the most. This year the global average score has reached its record of the last 15 years.

Vienna repeats itself as the best city to live in with a score of 98.40, half a point ahead of Copenhagen, which stands out for its respect for culture and the environment. Melbourne and Sydney rose to the next two places, after a few years weighed down by the coronavirus. The rest of the top 10 is made up of Zurich, Calgary, Genoa, Toronto and Osaka.

“The shift towards normalcy after the pandemic overall bodes well for global habitability in 2023”

Likewise, Wellington (New Zealand) has risen 35 places to 23rd, Auckland (New Zealand) has risen 25 places to tenth and Hanoi (Vietnam) has surpassed 20 cities, placing it at 129. Upasana Dutt, director of the index The EIU’s habitability chart, according to Bloomberg, notes: “The shift toward normalcy after the pandemic overall bodes well for global livability in 2023.”

In China, everything has remained as in the last report, as in Syria and Libya, which, due to terrorism and conflicts, continue to occupy the worst positions. The ranking is made up of: Douaka, kyiv, Harare, Dhaka, Port Moresby, Karachi, Lagos, Algiers, Tripoli and Damascus. The cities that have lost the most quality are Edinburgh, Manchester, London, San Diego and Los Angeles.

Cheapest city to live in Spain

If you bet on Spain, the Kelisto experts have concluded that the cheapest city to live in Spain is Palencia, with a cost of living that is 30.06% below the average. They are followed on the list by Melilla, Lugo, Logroño, Teruel, Cáceres, Zamora, Ávila, Soria and León.

When you consider moving to one of the cheapest cities to live in, it is important to take into account the taxes that are paid. Regarding the Real Estate Tax (IBI), a study carried out by the OCU has revealed the towns with the lowest payments, led by San Sebastián, where the IBI rose to 147 euros. They are followed by Bilbao with 153 euros, Vitoria with 258 euros, Pamplona with 314 euros and Santander with 328 euros.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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