Expats named Copenhagen and Bern most livable cities in the world
The Danish and Swiss capital cities have been jointly named the most liveable locations for European expats for the second consecutive year
- February 21, 2019 14:30
- Olya Georgieva
Every year, Global mobility expert ECA International evaluated cities on a range of liveability factors such as health services, infrastructure, housing, political tensions, air quality, leisure facilities and personal safety for its annual ranking. For the second consecutive year, Copenhagen and Bern have been jointly named as top of the 20 most liveable locations for European expats.
Other Swiss and Dutch cities continue to dominate the global top 10 rankings, with The Hague in third, Geneva in fourth and Basel in sixth; Amsterdam and Eindhoven occupy joint seventh place. The other cities completing the top 20 cities for European expats are Stavanger (Norway), Luxembourg City (Luxembourg), Gothenburg (Sweden), Antwerp (Belgium), Dublin (Ireland), Rotterdam (The Netherlands), Zurich (Switzerland), Bonn (Germany), Munich (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Frankfurt (Germany), Hamburg (Germany), Stockholm (Sweden) and Edinburgh (UK). The most liveable non-European location for European expats is Toronto, Canada.