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More and more Europeans leave their beautiful countries in order to go to the land of kangaroos. Australia is considered as a land of promise since you can make a change to their lives and to rely on a system that seems to work in a healthy way. To certify that in some Australian cities you can live very well , according to the Economist, the renowned weekly magazine from London.
The ranking on the liveability was won by Melbourne (formerly the lead in the rankings, 2011), compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit, part of the Worldwide Cost of Living Survey, which assessed the quality of life in one hundred and forty cities around the world. How does it work? The pinrs scored in five broad categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.
Melbourne has dug getting the highest score in the evaluation of health, education and infrastructure. It is not just stuff and the world seems to have noticed it for some time: major sporting events (the Australian Tennis Open and the Grand Prix of Formula 1) are at home in Melbourne, as well as international festivals dedicated to gastronomy and the arts.If you’re convinced this is the place to work,find places to stay in Melbourne with Expedia and be part of one of the top most livable cities in the world.
In the top ten stand three other Australian cities: Adelaide, Sydney and Perth, ranking respectively, in the sixth, seventh and ninth. Australia as the El Dorado? How many of you are starting out or have a friend with a suitcase?
The ten most liveable cities according to the Economist are:
By Nikos K
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