Buenos Aires was chosen as the best city in Latin America to live
It is ranked 66 in the world in a ranking prepared by the British magazine The Economist; Vienna, the Austrian capital, ranks first.
Buenos Aires is the "most pleasant" city to live in Latin America, and Vienna (Austria) is number one in the world, according to the annual ranking carried out by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), which analyzes different dimensions such as health , education, infrastructure and sustainable development.
The annual report released yesterday by the British weekly placed the Argentine capital as the best city to live in or the "most pleasant" in the entire region, while in the global ranking it ranks number 66 out of 173.
The Austrian capital occupied the first place in the ranking, as in the years 2018 and 2019.
For the classification, the specialists evaluated different dimensions such as political stability, educational and medical offer, quality of infrastructure and culture, and access to green spaces.
The ranking continues with Vancouver (Canada), Geneva (Sweden), Frankfurt (Germany), Toronto (Canada), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Osaka (Japan), Melbourne (Australia), these last two cities share tenth place with 95.1 .
In this year's edition, EIU members explained that the city of Kiev was excluded as a result of the war between Ukraine and Russia, which "has influenced the rankings of Moscow and Saint Petersburg," the EIU report said.
Source: La Nueva, The Economist