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Top 100 Best Places To Live In This World

When it comes to enjoying a long and healthy, we all tend to ask “where on Earth do the happiest people reside?”, or “which one is the best place to live in?”.

If you also have these questions swirling through your mind, keep reading.

Purpose, optimism, a low-stress level, and an active lifestyle usually determine a person’s choice of living.

Leading nutritionists say these conditions weigh three times more than your genetic composition when it is about leading a long and healthy life.

You can embrace those factors and increase your longevity when you are residing in a place you can find those elements naturally.

So, if you can’t wait to escape to a place where you can look younger, live better and longer, I have curated 100 of the best places to live in. Let’s explore.


live in melbourne australia

Key Points – 

  • The cultural & sporting capital of Australia
  • Known for its cultural heritage as the City of Gold
  • Population: almost 5 million
  • Weather: a temperate climate with warm-hot summers; mild and balmy spring and autumn
  • Landmarks: the State Library of Victoria, the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne Cricket Ground

Cost of Living in Melbourne –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – AU$3,097
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – AU$2,564
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – AU$265


travel to wellington

Key Points – 

  • The capital of New Zealand; rich in breathtaking, mesmerizing nature spots
  • A compact city; can be easily navigated by foot
  • More than 300 cafés, and restaurants in the city
  • Population: 204,000
  • Weather: the city receives a temperate marine climate and an average of 2,000 hours of sunlight. Summers can get very hot, and winters can get a bit cold
  • Landmarks: Staglands Wildlife Reserve & Café, Pataka Museum, Kapiti Island

Cost of Living in Wellington –

  • 2 liters of Coca-Cola costs NZ$3.40
  • Bread for 2 people for 1 day NZ$2.26
  • Housing – Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in the EXPENSIVE area costs NZ$3,775


Live in Brussels

Love healthy food, and a bit of chocolate and beer? Book flight to Brussels.

Key Points – 

  • Brussels’ cuisine considered one of the best in Europe
  • Population: 1.139 million
  • Weather: July is the hottest month (18°C on an average), February is the coldest (3°C on an average)
  • Landmarks: Royal Museum of Fine Art, La Monnaie Theater, Museum of the Army

Cost of Living in Brussels –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – €1,210
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – €929
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – €169


live in rochester

Key Points –

  • Located in the US State; Minnesota
  • Home to the famous Mayo Clinic
  • Known for affordable housing, excellent health-care system
  • Population: 109,252
  • Weather: humid continental climate with warm summers and no dry season
  • Landmarks: Mayo Civic Center, Apache Mall, Heritage House


live in sydney

Key Points – 

  • Oldest and largest city in Australia
  • One of the major economic centers
  • Pretty diverse; attracts people from all over the world to reside in this “Harbor City”
  • Population: 4.3 million
  • Weather: temperate climate with a mild winter
  • Landmarks: Sydney Opera House, Sydney Aquarium, the Bondi Beach

Cost of Living in Sydney –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – AU$3,547
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – AU$3,055
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – AU$314


Live in Paris

Key Points – 

  • One of the most popular cities in the world
  • Known as a fashion capital of the world, and City of Lights
  • Home to many highly-rated restaurants
  • Population: 2.3 million
  • Weather: July is the hottest month, January is the coldest. Summertime is usually pleasant.
  • Landmarks: Louvre Museum, the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral

Cost of Living in Paris –

Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – €2,055

Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – €169

Monthly rent for a 45 m2 (480 Sqft) furnished studio in an EXPENSIVE area – €1,544


live in bellevue

Key Points – 

  • Mountainous, lake-laden Bellevue located in the US State, Washington
  • A tapestry of green parks, bike paths, great outdoor options
  • Population: 140,000
  • Weather: there are 155 sunny days per year on an average
  • Landmarks: Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square, Seattle Washington Temple


live in Amsterdam

Key Points – 

  • Often referred to as the Venice of the North
  • Famous for romantic canals, mesmerizing architecture
  • One of Europe’s financial hubs; home to 7 of the world’s 500 companies
  • Population: 780,000
  • Weather: August is the hottest month, and January is the coldest
  • Landmarks: Amsterdam Centraal Station, Canals of Amsterdam, Anne Frank House, Royal Palace

Cost of Living in Amsterdam –

Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – €1,907

Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – €1,522

Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in an 85m2 flat – €169


Live in Vancouver

Key Points –

  • The third-largest city in Canada
  • Known for its natural beauty, mountains, and sea
  • Beautiful weather and open-door policy makes Vancouver popular
  • Population: 603,500
  • Weather: August is the hottest month; January is the coldest
  • Landmarks: Stanley Park, Vancouver Aquarium, the Museum of Anthropology

Cost of Living in Vancouver –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – C$2,486
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – C$1,889
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – C$109


Live in Madison

 Key Points

  • Located in the US State, Wisconsin
  • Offers top-rated health care and school system
  • Population: 235,000
  • Weather: January is the coldest month, July is the warmest
  • Landmarks: Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Alliant Energy Center, Lake Mendota, Forest Hill Cemetery


Live in Bismarck

Key Points

  • Located in the US State, North Dakota
  • Founded on the east bank of the Missouri River
  • Offers residents with a huge park, walking, and biking trails system
  • The affordable housing market and top-notch health care; growing economy
  • Population: 68,000
  • Weather: climate is typical of a continental climate with cold winters and hot summers
  • Landmarks: Dakota Zoo, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Super Slide

Ann Arbor

Live in Ann Arbor

Key Points

  • Located in the US State, Michigan
  • Education highlights the quality factors of living
  • Population: 117,030
  • Weather: a humid continental climate with hot summers and no dry season
  • Landmarks: the University of Michigan, more than 150 parks, numerous restaurants


Live in Dublin

Key Points

  • One of the most important financial hubs
  • A relatively small place can be easily toured on foot
  • Known for its beautiful architecture
  • Home to George Bernard Shaw, Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde
  • Population: 530,000
  • Weather: from cool, wet winters to warm summers, the weather may not be predicted. Pleasant weather, but requires an umbrella all year round
  • Landmarks: National Museum of Ireland, Dublin Castle, Science Gallery, Dublin Zoo

Cost of Living in Dublin –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – €1,765
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – €1,413
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – €160


Live in Rome

Key Points

  • The capital of Italy called the Eternal City
  • Known for being the main city of the Roman Empire
  • Contains Seven Hills, Vatican City
  • Population: 2.7 million
  • Weather: July is the hottest month, January is the coldest
  • Landmarks: Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Circus Maximus, Arch of Titus, Capitoline Museums

Cost of Living in Rome –

  • Monthly rent for a 45 m2 (480 Sqft) furnished studio in NORMAL area – €764
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 1 person in 45 m2 (480 Sqft) studio – €97
  • Internet 8 Mbps (1 month) – €24
  • Price of a 40” flat screen TV – €455


Barcelona Visit

Key Points

  • Known for its cultural heritage, Barcelona is the second largest city of Spain
  • Hosted the 1992 Olympics
  • Population: 1.7 million
  • Weather: August is the hottest month, January is the coldest
  • Landmarks: Aquarium Barcelona, Casa Mila, La Rambla


Visit London

Key Points

  • The capital of UK also called the capital of the world
  • London Eye; newest attraction gives visitors panoramic views of the city
  • Population: 8.6 million
  • Weather: temperate climate; July and August offer nice weather
  • Landmarks: Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey

Cost of Living in London –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – £2,421
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – £2,098
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – £196
  • Monthly rent for a 45 m2 (480 Sqft) furnished studio in an EXPENSIVE area – £1,537

Iowa City

lowa city

Key Points

  • Highly ranked schools, strong health-care system
  • A patchwork of arts and entertainment attract new residents
  • Affordable housing, excellent education
  • Population: 72,000
  • Weather: annual high temperature – 61.9 °F
  • Landmarks: Iowa Old Capitol Building, Oakland Cemetery, Old Brick Church


Visit to Boulder

Key Points

  • One of the best cities for liberals
  • Located in the US State, Colorado
  • Adorned with pristine natural surroundings
  • Dynamic arts and cultural attractions
  • Population: 104,000
  • Weather: 245 sunny days on average, July is the warmest
  • Landmarks: Pearl Street Mall, Fox Theatre, Mesa Laboratory


Awesome Budapest

Key Points

  • You can’t help being enchanted by Budapest
  • Calm waters of Danube makes it irresistible
  • Also a commercial center point
  • Dubbed one of the most beautiful cities
  • Population: 1.8 million
  • Weather: July is the hottest month, January is the coldest
  • Landmarks: Buda Castle, City Park, Great Market Hall, Liberty Bridge, Chain Bridge


Berlin Germany

Key Points

  • The largest city in Germany
  • Distinguished by its architecture, iconic features
  • List of Berlin’s architectural feats is endless
  • Population: 3.6 million
  • Weather: July is the hottest month, January is the coldest; warm summers and no dry season
  • Landmarks: Reichstag Building, Museum Island, Topography of Terror, Berlin Cathedral

Cost of Living in Berlin –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – €1,235
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – €970
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – €154

Sioux Falls

Key Points

  • Located in the US State, South Dakota
  • Offers a batch of neighborhoods, great schools, and entertainment
  • Ranks high in health care and amenities
  • 3 million-square-foot shopping center; Empire Mall
  • Population: 170,000
  • Landmarks: Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, Falls Park, Corn Palace, Lake Alvin

Walnut Creek

Key Points

  • Located in California
  • Art & Wine Festival features the city’s wonderful food scene
  • One of the best Foodie cities
  • Top-notch schools, a range of entertainment options
  • Population: 70,000
  • Landmarks: Shadelands Ranch Museum, Lindsay Wildlife Experience

Fort Collins

Live in Fort Collins

Key Points

  • Mountain views, hiking trails, and microbreweries can highlight Fort Collins
  • Located in California, it draws talented works for high-tech companies located here
  • Hewlett Packard (HP), Intel and National Semiconductor are among those companies
  • Strong health-care options
  • Population: 160,000
  • Landmarks: Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, the Gardens of Spring Creek


Brisbane Australia

Key Points

  • Its pleasant weather attracts many migrants to Australia
  • Relaxed, easygoing climate
  • Compact nature of Brisbane makes it easy to get around
  • A thriving economic atmosphere
  • Population: 2.1 million
  • Landmarks: Brisbane Forest Park, Macleay Island, The Gabba, State Library of Queensland


Things to know about Hobart

Key Points

  • The relaxed country atmosphere and beautiful country surrounds
  • Prosperous arts scene and family-friendly suburbs
  • Good employment possibility for skilled migrants
  • Population: 210,000
  • Landmarks: Mount Wellington, Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Theater Royal Hobart

San Mateo

San Mateo Silicon Valley

Key Points

  • One of the most diverse cities in Silicon Valley
  • A rich batch of historic buildings, parks, and restaurants
  • Population: 102,000
  • Landmarks: Pacifica State Beach, Montara Mountain, San Andreas Lake, Crystal Springs Reservoir

Overland Park

Key Points

  • Offers excellent schools, recreational facilities, and a stable economy
  • Located in the US State, Kansas
  • One of the best cities for families
  • Top employers in the city include Black & Veatch, Sprint, etc.
  • Population: 190,000
  • Landmarks: Deanne Rose Children’s Farmstead, Deer Creek Golf Course


Tourists on Fargo

Key Points

  • Recognized as one of the best cities for new college grads
  • Offers excellent platforms for job seekers
  • Outdoor attractions, museums, theatres, etc.
  • Population: 120,000
  • Landmarks: Fargo Air Museum, Red River Zoo, Fargo Civic Center


Key Points

  • Appeals to the IT job seekers heavily
  • Excellent school system
  • Located in the US State, Maryland
  • Its town square features more than 50 shops and restaurants
  • Population: 65,000
  • Landmarks: George Washington Memorial Parkway, Clara Barton National Historic Site


Adelaide AU

Key Points

  • Known for its Mediterranean atmosphere
  • A popular destination for immigrants
  • The capital of South Australia
  • Relaxed lifestyle, favorable weather conditions
  • One of the most affordable cities in Australia
  • Population: 1.3 million
  • Landmarks: Adelaide Oval, South Australian Museum, Adelaide Botanic Garden

Rapid City

beautiful rapid city

Key Points

  • Offers amazing outdoor amenities for residents
  • Vibrant scenarios and affordable housing options
  • Ellsworth Air Force Base, Camp Rapid nearby
  • Population: 75,000
  • Landmarks: Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Reptile Gardens, Black Hills National Forest


Key Points

  • This small city offers many charms in a package
  • Preserved historic buildings, inner-city bike trails, and green spaces
  • Annual Oregon Shakespeare Festival attracts thousands of visitors
  • Population: 22,000
  • Landmarks: ScienceWorks Museum, Lithia Park, Emigrant Lake

Santa Cruz

live in santa cruz today

Key Points

  • Known as a surfing hotspot
  • Offers a laid-back lifestyle with access to redwood forests

If you aren’t into surfing, there are plenty of ways to be entertained in Santa Cruz, California

  • Population: 63,000
  • Landmarks: Mystery Spot, Natural Bridges State Beach, Giant Dipper


Canberra Australia

Key Points

  • The capital of Australia
  • One of the smallest cities in Australia
  • Parliament is located in here, many of its residents are public servants
  • Offers a plethora of choices for both international and local students
  • Population: 380,000
  • Weather: Canberra has a dry climate, and tends to become frosty during the thick of winter
  • Landmarks: Parliament House, Australian War Memorial, National Gallery of Australia


what to see on Olympia

Key Points

  • Capitol Lake, Capitol State Forest surrounds Olympia
  • Evergreen State College and Saint Martin’s University highlight its excellent education system
  • Animal Fire Theater and multiple productions give Olympia more prominence
  • Population: 48,000
  • Landmarks: Washington State Capitol, Capitol Lake, Long Lake, Priest Point Park


Travel to Tauranga NZ

Key Points

  • One of New Zealand’s most popular tourist destinations
  • A thriving port city, offering economic opportunities
  • Population: 120,000
  • Landmarks: Tauranga Harbor, Baypark Stadium, Port of Tauranga


lifestyle on Taranaki

Key Points

  • Known for its laid-back, relaxed lifestyle
  • A patchwork of mountain, surf, art, adventure
  • Cool jobs, affordable housing, almost no traffic
  • An economy built on black and white gold, oil exploration
  • Rich in arts and culture
  • Population: 112,000
  • Landmarks: Sugar Loaf Island, Wind Wand, Center City Shopping Center, Puke Ariki


Bergen Norway

Key Points

  • Norway’s second largest city
  • Displays as much beauty and charm as many of Norway’s quaint towns and quiet fishing villages do
  • Surrounded by breathtaking, unspoiled natural beauty
  • An old town, Bryggen, is rife with cobbled alleyways, traditional wooden house
  • Population: 270,000
  • Landmarks: Bergen Aquarium, Brann Station, Veteran


Key Points

  • It is a quintessence of an old European star fort; hosting one of the best-preserved fortresses in Scandinavia
  • The old town was built on the Dutch model
  • Old town now brimmed with cobbled alleyways, charming and traditional shops
  • Always showcasing lush green spaces
  • Population: 78,428
  • Landmarks: Kongsten Fort


Auckland Travel

Key Points

  • New Zealand’s biggest and most populated city
  • Two wonderful harbors, magnificent waterside location
  • Nicknamed “City of Sails”
  • Stunning natural landscapes
  • Auckland is encircled by 11 extinct volcanos
  • Enjoy superb views over the city and harbor from the top of Mt Eden and One Tree Hill
  • Home to some of the most prestigious schools in NZ
  • Population: 1.3 million
  • Landmarks: Waitakere Rangers, West Coast Beaches, Hauraki Gulf


Places to visit in Darwin Australia

Key Points

  • The stunning natural scenery, bustling nightlife
  • Offers a lot to new Australians
  • Relaxed lifestyle; port facilities
  • Population: 100,000
  • Weather: dry occurs between April and October, warm weather all year around
  • Landmarks: Darwin Military Museum, Lake Alexander


Best Places in Perth Australia

Key Points

  • Perth boasts a wonderful climate and relaxed beachy lifestyle
  • Perth is the most isolated capital city in the world
  • Perth’s transport system is quite reliable and affordable
  • Quite an affordable place
  • Population: 1.25 million
  • Weather: warm city, the weather never dips too cold.
  • Landmarks: Swan Valley, Perth Zoo, Matilda Bay, Perth Concert Hall, Crown Perth


geiranger norway

Key Points

  • One of Norway’s most popular destinations
  • It offers an unspoiled, authentic feel
  • Beautiful village, with charming traditional houses
  • Natural beauty truly distinguishes Geiranger
  • Stunning blue waters and steep mountains
  • Population: 250


Live in Turku

Key Points

  • Turku was the capital and largest city in Finland before Finland superseded it
  • The Aura River runs through the city and offers a boat journey in the summer
  • The vibrant city, hip restaurants, creative bars
  • Turku is the small city where you would want to be in
  • Population: 179,500
  • Landmarks: Turku Castle, Old Great Square, Port of Turku


Key Points

  • Located on the shore of Lake Saimaa, the fourth biggest lake in Europe
  • Lappeenranta is a popular tourist destination in Finland
  • Growing winter tourism
  • Political hub
  • Offers natural beauty excessively to tempt you in
  • Population: 60,000
  • Landmarks: Lappeenranta Fortress


Tour to Savonlinna

Key Points

  • Though an inland town, it offers plenty of lakes in the landscape
  • Several structures are worth visiting
  • Kerimaki Church is the largest wooden church in the world; located in here
  • You can also catch famed Mobile Phone Throwing Championship in here
  • Population: 36,000
  • Landmarks: Retretti, Savonlinna Cathedral


Visit Reine

Key Points

  • Tiny little fishing village located in Norway
  • Draws in thousands of visitors every year
  • Simply stunning landscape
  • Brightly colored houses of the villages
  • Lush hills
  • Enormous snow-capped mountains
  • Population: 309


live in charlottesville

Key Points

  • Affordable housing, walkable neighborhoods, outdoor activities these are what this region in Virginia offers
  • Historical attractions, locally-owned shops
  • The University of Virginia is also located in here
  • Thousands of tourists regularly visit experience vineyards, microbreweries, hiking trails, etc.
  • Population: 45,000
  • Landmarks: Downtown Mall, Paramount Theater, Jefferson Theater, Live Arts


live in edina

Key Points

  • Offers more than 1,550 acres of parkland and open space
  • This city boasts recreational options, youth sports, cross-country skiing trails, and bike paths
  • Jerry’s Food is headquartered in Edina
  • Top employers include Lund Food Holdings, Regis Corporation, and Dairy Queen
  • Population: 50,000
  • Landmarks: Washburn Park Water Tower, Stone Arch Bridge

North Island

North Island

Key Points

  • The North Island of New Zealand is usually known for volcanic activity
  • National Parks and cosmopolitan cities are also located in here
  • Almost three-quarters of the NZ population occupies this island
  • Population: 3.2 million
  • Landmarks: Bay of Islands, Waitomo Caves


Places of Dubai, UAE

Key Points

  • Gone through major transformations in recent decades
  • One of the most popular tourist spots
  • Offer an atypical combination of vacation, luxury, trade, leisure, and commercialization
  • Only seven-star hotel located in Dubai, the Burj Al-Arab
  • Duty-free shopping at the airport makes it a wonderful spot for shopping
  • Population: 2.5 million
  • Landmarks: The Burj Al-Arab, Desert Safari, Dubai Creek, Dubai Mall, Dubai Museum & Zoo

Cost of Living in Dubai –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – Dirham 8,252
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – Dirham 6,936
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – Dirham 741


henningsvr tour

Key Points

  • Located next to an impressive cluster of islands off the north coast of Norway
  • It is a fishing village; highlights traditional Norwegian houses
  • These houses are painted in bright colors, appear to emerge from the sea
  • Due to being extremely northern, it receives 24-hour daylight during summer
  • Population: 414


Places to visit LongYearBYen

Key Points

  • Notable for being the northernmost settlement in the world
  • Located on the Svalbard Island in the Arctic Ocean
  • Stunning landscapes offer desolated kind of beauty
  • Houses painted in bright red, green, yellow; contrasting with the sparkling snow
  • Population: 2,200


Key Points

  • You can count on Littleton being festive always
  • Every week there’s art walks, concerts, festivals that its residents can choose from
  • It’s a southern suburb of Denver
  • A downtown that’s always filled with shops and restaurants
  • Population: 45,000


Key Points

  • Kirkland will always earn a place in the best places ranking
  • No matter what the metrics are, be it life measures, social and civic engagement, housing and economy
  • You can catch residents walking along the downtown waterfront
  • Population: 83,320


must visit lakewood

Key Points

  • When not appreciating the amazing views of the Rocky Mountains, you can see residents of Lakewood enjoying the nightlife
  • The city’s strong economy props up a growing assembly of shops and restaurants
  • Lakewood offers an excellent education system
  • Population: 150,000
  • Landmarks: Colorado Christian University

Hawk’s Bay

Key Points

  • It is one of the sunniest spots in the country
  • Pretty laid-back lifestyle, lovely beaches, and friendly people
  • The bay is actually a great place to raise a family
  • It is also known for its great wines
  • Population: 150,000
  • Landmarks: Cape Kidnappers, National Aquarium of NZ, Lake Tutira


Place named Boise

Key Points

  • Boise is located in an intersection where the desert meets mountains
  • Its cultural amenities are on par with its impressive natural beauty
  • The Boise River crosses the city, past theaters, museums and the State University of Boise.
  • Luke’s Health System is one of the top employers, Micron Technology and HP can also have openings
  • Population: 220,000
  • Landmarks: Old Idaho State Penitentiary, Discovery Center of Idaho, Taco Bell Arena, Boise Center


Key Points

  • Chaves is a small town located in the North of Portugal
  • It is far from the border of Spain
  • Very amiable and generous people
  • Chaves offers renowned spas that have the potency to cure many ailments
  • Warm temperature attracts people from all over the country
  • Its architectures are of great historical value
  • Population: 45,000


Live in Basel

Key Points

  • Squeezed between Germany and France
  • Basel is the third largest city in Switzerland
  • Because of its unique geographical position, it has a diversity of cultures
  • Along with a multifarious history, the city boasts plenty of modern art and architecture
  • It accommodates 40 museums
  • This city is known as the “City of Art”
  • Population: 170,000
  • Landmarks: Basel Art Museum, the Foundation Beyeler, the Museum of Cultures


Porto in Portugal

Key Points

  • The second largest city in Portugal
  • It offers its own airport
  • It provides the center for culture and entertainment
  • Population: 240,000
  • Landmarks: Douro, Porto Cathedral, Sea Life Porto


travel to zermatt

Key Points

  • It is located in the Valais region of Switzerland
  • Zermatt lies at the base Matterhorn, thus very popular among mountaineers
  • Matterhorn is the most photographed mountain in the world
  • The enormous hiking and ski region it is located in encircles 63 mountain railways
  • Population: 6,000

Grand Forks

Key Points

  • It was once a center of the fur trade
  • It is now the third largest city in North Dakota
  • Offers a diverse economy
  • Excellent education, defense, healthcare and research system
  • You can enjoy abundant natural resources in here
  • Population: 55,000


Live in Davis

Key Points

  • Would you believe that a city built a tunnel, so toads can cross a street safely?
  • Yes, that is what Davis built, displays how important the residents of Davis find the environment
  • All subdivisions in Davis are built with bike lanes
  • Strong schools, a robust economy, good health care system
  • Population: 70,000


live in sarasota

Key Points

  • This city encompasses eight islands
  • Sarasota is a popular tourist destination
  • You can enjoy year-round access to beautiful beaches, challenging golf courses, and lakes
  • Population: 55,000
  • Landmarks: the Sarasota Opera, Florida Studio Theater


live in lisbon

Key Points

  • The capital of Portugal
  • Located on the southwestern coast
  • Offers a diverse array of attractions
  • Plenty of nice places to eat and to be entertained too
  • Weather: warm in the spring, not too hot in the summer
  • Landmarks: Rossio Square, Lisbon Oceanarium, Santa Justa Lift, Palace of Ajuda
  • Western & Central Algarve
  • Located between Faro and Sagres
  • It consists of some of the most beautiful beaches in Portugal
  • The region is center of Portugal’s tourist industry
  • The central zone offers many holiday-type developments
  • Weather: very soothing throughout most of the year
  • Population: 50,000



Key Points

  • Located in Switzerland between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz
  • It is dominated by three mighty mountains
  • It is considered the adventure capital of Switzerland
  • Offers 45+ mountain railways, cable cars, chair lifts
  • You can enjoy cruises on Lake Thun and Lake Brienz

Lake Geneva Region

Key Points

  • The region boasts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Lausanne is one of the areas built on three hills
  • Lausanne is surrounded by vineyard-covered slopes
  • You can view the Savoy Alps of France across the lake
  • The region is so wonderful that the International Olympic Committee is based in here
  • Lakeshore Montreux hosts the world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival

La Serena

Key Points

  • It is located in northern Chile
  • One of the country’s most popular seaside destinations
  • Offers miles of white sandy beaches
  • Retirees can enjoy the beaches or relish in the city’s historic architecture
  • Museum and galleries offer extra pleasure
  • Tree-shaded avenues, vineyards, and festivals make La Serena irresistible


live in calgary

Key Points

  • It is a diverse and thriving city
  • Located in the province of Alberta, Canada
  • Sits in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains
  • It is encompassed by fresh air, open spaces, parks, pathways, mountains and rivers
  • Calgary receives more days of sunshine than any other major Canadian city
  • Lots of immigrants are attracted to Calgary due to its pleasant weather
  • Weather: dry, humid, continental climate


Tourist Attractions of Missoula

Key Points

  • A full-fledged health care system, affordable housing, and high-performance schools
  • Excellent education system helps Missoula stand out
  • Mountain ranges are of natural amenities that include rivers
  • More than 400 acres of parkland ensure residents’ opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors
  • Population: 70,000


Key Points

  • The stellar health care system
  • Offers an assortment of five colleges
  • Vibrant downtown
  • Highly-ranked schools attract new parents to move in here
  • Population: 110,000


Key Points

  • The largest municipality of the Greater Vancouver Regional District
  • Located at the delta of Fraser River
  • Offers rich soils and water
  • It is also one of the most vital agricultural areas in Metro Vancouver
  • Delta offers safe, quiet neighborhoods to raise a family
  • You can be surrounded by nature, yet can commute to the city to work
  • Ideal for nature lovers
  • Weather: one of the mildest climates in Canada, summer in Delta is sunny and warm


Key Points

  • Located in central Chile
  • About 500 miles south of Santiago, the capital
  • This small city sits on the shores of Lake Villarrica
  • It is one of Chile’s major adventure tourism destinations
  • Everything from bird watching, hiking to horseback riding can be done in here


attractions of edmonton

Key Points

  • The capital of Alberta and the second largest city by population
  • It lies on the North Saskatchewan River
  • Due to massive reserves of oil, gas and oil sands, Edmonton is called the “Oil Capital of Canada”
  • Among the fastest growing economies in Canadian cities
  • Weather: one of the sunniest Canadian cities, a dry climate with low precipitation


Attractions of Glasgow

Key Points

  • Scotland’s largest city
  • Known for its culture, architecture, style, and sport
  • Glasgow hosted the 2014 Commonwealth Games
  • The banks of the River Clyde are crammed with art galleries, shops, restaurants, and bars
  • Cheap taxis, easy to get around
  • Check out the old industrial buildings right in the center of the city


Live in Edinburgh

Key Points

  • The capital of Scotland
  • A crowded tourist destination
  • Offers plenty of history and culture
  • Edinburgh is recently rated as the best city in the UK for the over 50’s
  • Offers a great nightlife and a job market for those of working age
  • Great technological advances achieved by Edinburgh
  • Average broadband speed is 30.3Mbps

Cost of Living in Edinburgh –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – £1,555
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – £1,385
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – £113


Live in Brighton

Key Points

  • Brighton is a great option for those want to live in the southern part of England
  • This place is usually warmer
  • Not as expensive as London
  • A manageable size, great nightlife, music scene
  • A very liberal community
  • Lots of independent shops and boutiques to display its booming economy


Life in Birmingham

Key Points

  • The UK’s second largest city
  • Located in the Midlands this is where Britain’s industrial heritage revolved around
  • Midlands is where the balti curries originated from
  • Culturally diverse and thriving city with more canals than Venice
  • Modern apartments propped up alongside the canals
  • Harborne, Edgbaston are popular residential areas


Travel to Fukuoka

Key Points

  • Newsweek considered it as one of the 10 most dynamic cities in the world
  • Fukuoka lies on the island of Kyushu
  • Fukuoka is not only the best city to live in Japan, but it also is the 18th most livable city in the world
  • Three sides of the city are encircled by mountains
  • Weather: the city offers a subtropical climate
  • Population: 1.5 million
  • Landmarks: Fukuoka Castle, a canal city of Hakata

Fort McMurray

Key Points

  • It is best known for its association with the oil sands industry
  • The region offers many available jobs in oil sands and supporting industries
  • Though not officially a city, it is considered to be the lifeblood of one of Canada’s major oil production hub
  • It consists of a diverse and multicultural community
  • Weather: a humid continental climate with no dry season


Tourist Attractions in Santiago

Key Points

  • It is the capital of Chile
  • Spanish colonial architecture and cobblestone streets sit alongside modern buildings throughout the city
  • Retirees will enjoy Santiago’s warm, dry summers and mild winters
  • Offers many museums, galleries, and an attractive nightlife


Attractions of Newcastle

Key Points

  • People in Newcastle tend to be friendlier and sensible
  • If you prefer a friendly neighborhood, then Newcastle is your place
  • A massive shopping center, lovely surrounding area, a bustling center
  • Population: 290,000
  • Landmarks: Discovery Museum, Center for Life, The Castle, Metro Radio Arena


Best city Kyoto

Key Points

  • It was the driving force during the imperial power
  • It remained as the capital for almost 1000 years
  • It is a cultural and religious hub of Japan
  • Offers 2000 religious places, including 1600 Buddhist temples, and 400 shrines in the city
  • It bears great historical significance
  • Landmarks: Kamigamo Shrine, Daigo-ji

Cost of Living in Kyoto –

Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – ¥137,135

Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – ¥91,417

Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – ¥15,004


Visit Oxford, UK

Key Points

  • A survey found Oxford being one of the UK cities for economic success and well-being
  • It is a beautiful city to the west of London
  • It is adjacent to high-tech companies located in the Thames Valley
  • A vibrant and friendly occupies Oxford


Places named Sapporo

Key Points

  • If you like winter season, then it is a great city to live
  • It is great for the ski resort
  • Every year people come here to enjoy winter
  • Sapporo Snow Festival attracts 2 million tourists every year to the city
  • People also Hanami festival that draws in thousands of people to view cherry blossom


Life in Tokyo

Key Points

  • It may be the most crowded city in the world, but you may not know that it is one of the most peaceful cities too
  • If you enjoy the nightlife, hot springs and a bit of hustle and bustle, then Tokyo has everything to offer
  • Population: 13.62 million
  • Weather: August is the hottest month, and January is the coldest
  • Landmarks: Tokyo Imperial Palace, Ryōgoku Kokugikan, Tokyo National Museum


tour to valparaiso

Key Points

  • It is located about 70 miles Northwest of Santiago
  • One of the major South Pacific seaports
  • It is also named a World Heritage Site
  • Offers aesthetic urban design and particular architecture


tour to Ames

Key Points

  • Centrally located
  • Plays an important role in the nation’s animal and food safety initiatives
  • One of two national sites for the US Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection service is located in here
  • Ames offers some of the highly-ranked colleges in the country
  • Residents enjoy 35 woodland parks, more than 30 miles of bike and walking trails
  • Population: 62,000

Chapel Hill

Visit to Chapel Hill

Key Points

  • It bustles with activity as people head to the Carolina Brewery for drinks
  • Varsity theater for movies, Sugarland for coffee and creme brulee
  • It is famed for its quality schools and top-ranked medical facilities
  • Chapel Hill offers big-time cultural attractions in its small-town package
  • Population: 60,000


live in quebec

Key Points

  • Quebec is the largest Canadian province
  • The Quebec Education System is secular
  • French or English is the language of instructions in the schools
  • It ranks 28th in the world for GDP
  • Quebec is a center of leading-edge industries including aerospace
  • It plans to create 115,000 new jobs by 2017


Cardiff AU

Key Points

  • Cardiff is the Welsh capital
  • It is a big media center
  • It was adjudged the European City of Sports in 2014
  • Roath is a lovely area about half an hour walk from the center
  • Popular among students, and novice workers


Bristol travel

Key Points

  • You can say Bristol is a mini-London
  • Located in the West Country, it is vibrant, multi-cultural city
  • Plenty to do in Bristol; Victorian Architecture, surfing beaches should attract you
  • Clifton is the most affluent area with pastel-colored Victorian houses
  • You will see Georgian homes in Kingsdown


Visit to Yokohama

Key Points

  • It is a beautiful seaside city
  • A major port city in Japan
  • Residents enjoy their time at the historic Chinatown
  • You can also enjoy quality time visiting the paradise of the Yokohama City
  • Population: 3.7 million



Key Points

  • It has one of the strongest economies in Canada
  • Offers quality free public health care system and school systems
  • Relatively low cost of living
  • Enormous opportunities for building careers and starting a business
  • With mesmerizing landscapes, Manitoba will surely earn a place in your mind


Live in awesome honolulu

Key Points

  • City’s natural amenities are really well-known
  • It is also known for its cultural offerings, strong economy, and quality healthcare industry
  • Tourism, national defense, and research sectors prop up Honolulu’s economy
  • Population: 350,000


best city Bern

Key Points

  • The capital of Switzerland
  • Incredibly charming
  • It looks like it is jammed into a steep-sided peninsula in a crook of the fast-flowing river
  • Quiet and cobbled lanes are lined with sandstone-arcaded 500-year old buildings
  • The old town of Bern is a UNESCO heritage site


travel to Halifax

Key Points

  • Too flexible if you are a temporary resident, a temporary foreign worker, a student or a refugee
  • A low cost of living and a high quality of life
  • Offers an enjoyable and affordable place to live
  • Various organizations can help you find employment, improve language skills
  • Population: 400,000
  • Weather: moderate weather, rarely gets extremely hot or cold

Cost of Living in Halifax –

  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – C$1,905
  • Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in NORMAL area – C$1,413
  • Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas …) for 2 people in the 85m2 flat – C$197


visit kent

Key Points

  • Not a city, but an entire county consisting of stunning villages
  • Very close to London, easily commutable
  • Two of the villages are Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks
  • Outstanding private and state schools, excellent shops, restaurants

Cape Town

live in capetown

Key Points

  • Cape Town is an exciting, aesthetic, modern city
  • It is also culturally diverse
  • It boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the world
  • The city is ready to welcome newcomers with a heavy amount of money being spent on its urban renewal
  • Businesses with city leaders made concerted efforts to keep the city safe
  • Population: 110,000
  • Landmarks: Table Mountain, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Peninsula

Cost of Living in Cape Town –

  • 2 liters of Coca-Cola – R 16
  • Bread for 2 people for 1 day – R 10
  • Housing: Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished accommodation in an EXPENSIVE area – R 15,979

See You at the Top – all the places, regions, provinces listed here are unique in their own ways and have distinctive features to show to you. If you are considering to move abroad, it is a good idea to examine an area first with a vacation or two, and then longer-term rental before settling down.