Global Livability Ranking published by Economist Intelligence Unit company, revealed the world’s best and worst cities for life. For the 6th time in a raw, the top 10 is headed by an Australian city, this time – Canberra. The rest of the top 10 are:

2. Wellington, New Zealand
3. Adelaide, Australia
4. Victoria, Canada
5. Melbourne, Australia
6. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
7. Zurich, Switzerland
8. Cork, Ireland
9. Munich, Germany
10. Brisbane, Australia

In the rating of 140 cities, Prague was ranked 58, Brno – 46.

The rating is based on the data that determine how comfort and safe a city is for living. It includes factors as purchasing power, safety, healthcare, cost of living, property price, traffic commute time, pollution and climate. Constant updates of the ‘Quality of Life Index Rate’ can be found here.