Visualizing the time-lapse of our planet earth from early Greek and Roman City modals to the current century Utopian heavens, the eyes get dazzled to observe the uplift in technology and the mind gets blown to see the organization and managerial expertise of different cities of the world. The Economist has announced 10 best cities to live in and the yardsticks used against these ratings include crime rate, security, environment, temperature, medical care, schools, transportation system and levels of censorship. Each city has been given more than 90 points out of 100. Let’s see which one outperforms the rest.
10- Auckland, New Zealand (95.7)
1- Melbourne, Australia (97.5)