The world’s best cities to live in, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit global “liveability” study, which looks at how “tolerable” it is to live in a particular place given its crime levels, threat of conflict, quality of medical care, levels of censorship, temperature, schools and transport links.

1. Melbourne

1. Melbourne, Australia (the city scores an overall rating of 97.5 out of 100) Picture: Philip Game / Alamy

Melbourne, Australia – Picture: Philip Game / Alamy


 

Melbourne, Australia  is a that city that scores an overall rating of 97.5 out of 100

2. Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver, Canada Picture: Stefano Politi Markovina / Alamy

Vancouver, Canada – Picture: Stefano Politi Markovina / Alamy