Every year, the British Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) releases a systematic report on the "World's Best Livable Cities" and "Life Quality Index", which is one of the most credible lists. Over the past year, they ranked 140 cities around the world based on more than 30 criteria, including urban stability, health care, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure. Here are the top five most livable cities.

1. Vienna, Austria

There is a developed transportation network here, and there are almost no traffic jams at rush hour; Vienna's city safety factor is extremely high, and the crime rate is very low, making people feel very safe. Vienna was the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, the Austrian Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire; its old city center is listed as a World Heritage Site. There is an annual New Year's concert here, and a strong literary atmosphere; in this city full of notes and details, it seems that no matter how you live, it will be a taste.

2. Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne is a city located in southern Victoria on the east coast of Australia. Melbourne is the capital and largest city of the state of Victoria and the second most populous city in Australia. The city motto of the city of Ilburn is "Walk with strength".

Like Vienna, it scored full marks in health care, education and infrastructure. Melbourne is known as the "cultural capital of Australia", and its citizens are world-renowned for their high cultural heritage.

The city is at the forefront of Australia and the world in terms of architecture, multiculturalism, food, literature, sports, art and fashion. The city of Melbourne has a large number of Victorian buildings, the number of which is second only to London in the world.

3. Osaka, Japan

With the gradual decline in the crime rate in Osaka, this beautiful city ranks in the top three.

In Japan, there is a proverb that "Kyoto people go bankrupt because of clothes, and Osaka people go bankrupt because of food", which shows the dedication of Osaka people to food.

The abundance of ingredients makes Osaka one of the cities with the most developed Japanese food culture, and there are many Japanese dishes. If you live in Osaka, the food alone is enough to give you a sense of belonging.

Today's Osaka and Tokyo are ranked as Japan's most representative metropolis, and also a well-known international city in the world. Here you can enjoy unparalleled information, opportunities and all the conveniences of a bustling metropolis. Osaka is located in the northern temperate zone, with four distinct seasons, and it is warm all year round, making it suitable for living.

4. Calgary, Canada

Calgary, also known as Cowboy City, is located in the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta, Canada, and is the fourth largest city in Canada.

It means "clear and flowing water" in English. It is ranked the first most beautiful and clean city in the world, and it is also the city with the strongest sense of belonging in Canadian polls.

Calgary is the economic, financial, political and cultural center of Alberta and the largest city in the province.

Calgary is Canada's largest energy center and the second largest energy center in North America, where world-renowned oil companies have branches.

5. Sydney, Australia

Sydney has been rated as one of the most livable cities in the world for many years because of its highly developed financial, manufacturing and tourism industries.

Among them, the headquarters of the world's top multinational companies and financial institutions are all rooted in Sydney. Here you can take walks on sparkling natural beaches or soak up the sun in countless beautiful public gardens.

The excellent public transportation system here allows you to travel quickly and easily. Sydney is known as a "paradise for the elderly": because of its high welfare policy, carefree living conditions, free living environment, and caring interpersonal care; it is a place that any human yearns for.

Sydney is home to Taronga Zoo, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cockatoo Island and the Blue Mountains; a must-see place for anyone who loves the fusion of nature and city.