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According to a 2017 Mercer survey, these world cities have the best quality of living. How many can you name?
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level 59
Oct 29, 2015
Clearly whoever made this list hasn't visited the Turkish-majority districts of Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munich, etc in Germany. Plus, cities like Seattle and Denver are FAAAR cleaner and friendlier than Stockholm and Zurich. Vienna is a nice city though :-)
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level 71
Oct 30, 2015
What do you mean? According to drunkengandalf there are absolutely zero bad neighborhoods in the entire continent of Europe. There are no disadvantaged Turks or Arabs in Germany or France. No rough neighborhoods in London. Certainly no child prostitutes standing on the street corners of Kiev, Prague, Bratislava, Bucharest, Constanta, Sofia, Varna, Minsk, Warsaw, well... pretty much everywhere. Definitely no unemployed youth in Spain. Certainly no anarchist riots in Athens. No crime at all in Istanbul, Moscow, or Chechnya. Nope. It's just a blissful utopian paradise from the Atlantic to the Urals the likes of which the sorry saps living in Beverly Hills, Waikiki Beach, Ft Lauderdale or the Hamptoms could only dream of.
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level 71
Oct 30, 2015
oh, and probably there aren't any Syrian refugees being literally beaten back by angry women while trying to cross into Hungary.
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level 15
Feb 14, 2018
I love how you talk about how much money you have, your good job, but you literally argue with teenagers on a quiz website. XD get a real life.
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level 71
Feb 15, 2018
I've never once in my life bragged about how much money I have (I've never had that much), or my good job (I'm currently unemployed)... so.... I think you might want to consult a mental health professional. Also, is responding to bigoted statements and personal attacks directed at you really more pathetic than butting in to a conversation to tell someone they need to get a life because they post comments on a website (via a comment you posted on a website)?
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level 15
Feb 16, 2018
1) I literally saw a comment a couple of days ago saying how much money you have. (even look at your country profile - going to nearly every country in Europe? Not many people can do that) 2) What does a mental health professional have to do with me? 3) Clearly, you didn't understand what I said. Y o u a r g u e w i t h t e e n a g e r s o n a q u i z w e b s i t e
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level 55
Feb 13, 2018
Seattle far cleaner than Stockholm? I live in Vancouver and Seattle is a pig sty compared to Vancouver. I also lived in Stockholm, and I don't know of any war zones in Stockholm, but Seattle and Denver have plenty.
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
Can we get an "eyeroll" button next to the heart?
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level 52
Feb 15, 2018
Yes, the eyeroll would be good to use on Kalbahamut.
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level 71
Feb 15, 2018
^ ha. the pot calling the eggshell black.
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level 31
Feb 16, 2018
I hope you're just joking. The U.S. Dept of State currently has travel warnings to Germany and Denmark, and they should have one for Sweden as well. These once nice places are going down the toilet and we all know why.
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level 66
Feb 19, 2018
Yes, because the bigots won't move away.
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level 44
Oct 29, 2015
Welp. Missed Geneva and Hamburg. I don't know why. I didn't expect Sydney to be on this list, because there are a lot of shootings there today. Also, I expected Oslo to be on this list. It is expensive, but its liveable ;)
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level 51
Oct 30, 2015
How on earth is Auckland the third most liveable city in the world, they're having a housing crisis at the moment
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level 67
Nov 11, 2015
And Wellington has far too many hill to be comfortable to live in. I could just be lazy, though... However, that Auckland house crisis thing is a serious issue. In June, Herne Bay (in Auckland) became New Zealand's first suburb to reach an average house price of NZD $2 million.
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level 42
Oct 30, 2015
Half Austrian, love Vienna :)
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level 55
Feb 13, 2018
I'm from Vienna :D
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level 52
Feb 15, 2018
One of my favourite cities in the world
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level 10
Nov 1, 2015
I can very much see American cities not making this list.
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level 54
Nov 17, 2015
Why is everyone so infuriated that no cities from America made the list? It's not that surprising
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level 65
Jan 2, 2016
I'dont live in Berlin, but I have been there many times. And it's the worst big city I have ever visited and it's full of beggars and strange people. I was shocked when I noticed that it was on this list. If Berlin is on this list, Damascus could be on here as well.
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level 56
Mar 9, 2017
Damascus is a very interesting city. Not sure about most liveable...
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level 39
Feb 9, 2016
For the final North American city, I thought of Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! but not Ottawa, the capital.
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level 56
Mar 25, 2016
Surprisingly high number of African and Asian cities.
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level 16
Apr 22, 2016
canny hard that but love geography
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level 38
Sep 17, 2016
Im surprised that there were 2 NZ ones, i guess NZ is more popular than i thought. Proud to be a kiwi
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level 56
Mar 9, 2017
I feel pretty lucky to live in NZ.
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level 1
Oct 14, 2016
What I found really interesting about Copenhagen (for those that are thinking of visiting) was Pusher Street, in which homeless people and drug addicts are welcomed into the community. The street is essentially, as the name suggests, an open market for marijuana and has cafes and communal areas. The police seem to turn a blind eye because it's safely maintained and helps a lot of unfortunate Copenhagians. I found it super interesting and would love to see this adopted in more cities.
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level 26
Oct 17, 2016
The impression I got from this quiz is that it is useless to have a survey of most livable counties. People consider "livable' in different ways, and every city has got slums and mansions, like it or not.
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level 36
Dec 4, 2016
Might want to check your facts. There are 4 Australian Cities in the top 10, and Melbourne has been #1 for 4 years straight.
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level 33
Feb 13, 2018
There are multiple organisations that rank this stuff. I know the list you're talking about, and it's different than this one.
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level 69
Dec 12, 2016
Briefly looking through the comments, this quiz has the most unenlightened discussion I've seen on the site. Few commenters actually bothering to check the criteria for the list to start with ...
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level 20
Jan 20, 2017
So all the countries here are either Europe, Australia, New Zealand or Canada. For some reason this seems a little slanted. I mean, don't get me wrong, those are all definitely very high quality of life locations, but I'm pretty sure that Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka would be up around the level of Munich. I think Singapore might also make the list, depending on the area. The only possible reason I can think of that they'd be lower is the risk of natural disasters, but even those have very little impact on quality of life. Oddly enough, I'd also say Pittsburgh might make it up there. They're nothing like they used to be. Seattle should probably be up there, too.
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level 37
Feb 25, 2017
Um... There are no American cities here. I'm not saying the United States is better than everyone, because every country has its flaws and weaknesses. However, American cities need to be on here. I truly do believe our citizens are the happiest.
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level 56
Mar 9, 2017
How do you know that???!
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level 57
Jan 7, 2018
I thought San Francisco would be worth a mention.
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level ∞
Jan 14, 2018
San Francisco is the highest American city on the list, which makes me think the entire list is probably flawed. The average 2-bedroom apartment in San Francisco rents for over $4000/month, making it completely unlivable for 80% of people.
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level 47
Feb 13, 2018
Then again, high rent can be correlated with desirability. Not easy to separate those two factors.
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level 31
Feb 16, 2018
SF is cool if you like everything vastly overpriced and don't mind all the homeless/panhandlers.
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level 30
Apr 20, 2017
Apparently, you're left with only 2 options if you don't like the cold...
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level 52
Nov 4, 2017
Which ones
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level 33
Feb 13, 2018
New Zealand (?) and Australia.
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level 52
May 17, 2017
Technically, Vatican City could be on this list.
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level 58
Jan 15, 2018
I am pretty sure that the source did not checked every village with less than 1000 inhabitants. ;-)
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level 57
May 26, 2017
WARNING: High salinity levels in the comments
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
It seems to me that for 2017-2018 this has become the favorite comment of people that wish to ignore or diminish valid criticisms.
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
I suppose it's a step up from 2001's winner which was calling someone "butthurt." ::shudder::
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level 45
Jul 28, 2017
It's pretty bad that none of the most livable cities on the North American continent are American cities. Yeesh.
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level 71
Sep 16, 2017
The list was compiled by penguins and polar bears.
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level 41
Feb 14, 2018
Penguins aren't native to the northern hemisphere...
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level 71
Feb 15, 2018
Turks aren't indigenous to Germany, either, but that doesn't mean you can't find some who would want to live there.
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level 41
Feb 15, 2018
Turks are humans and penguins are animals. I haven't heard of penguins wanting to leave the Southern Hemisphere.
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level 58
Jan 15, 2018
Except for those in Canada.
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level 33
Feb 13, 2018
bkemp2001 literally said "American cities". Canada is not a part of the US.
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level 30
Sep 16, 2017
Lol what is this source, the most liveable city in the world is Melbourne. Secondly, really? Sydney over Melbourne.
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level 20
Nov 6, 2017
agreed, after i tried three of the top 10 most liveable cities that i knew for a fact were top 10, and 2 of them appeared outside, i ragequit cause this quiz is plain wrong!
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level 35
Dec 15, 2017
Yay, nice to see so many German cities! Although Berlin is a weird and exciting place to live at, I guess it's a nice and liveable City after all.
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level 55
Dec 20, 2017
Surprised that there is no cities of France.
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level 67
Jan 8, 2018
It would be interesting to see new 2017 data. Violence and rape is out of control in many EU countries now, and I'm pretty sure all German cities will lose their place on this list. If it's not safe for women to go outside alone, I don't think it should qualify as a "livable city"
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level ∞
Jan 14, 2018
Have you ever been to Germany? I was there in 2017. It felt very clean and safe.
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level 64
Jan 15, 2018
You definetly should rethink your media diet.
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level 67
Jan 15, 2018
I spread out my media consumption so I can get a bigger picture of what's going on in the world. I do avoid blatant propaganda outlets like Huffington Post and CNN though. I stick to more fact-based reporting.
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level 69
Jan 19, 2018
Not sure what your criteria are for fact-based reporting, but there's something very wrong with them, judging by the end result in your first comment.

Speaking as someone regularly travelling all over Europe and having male and female friends living in many places in Germany and elsewhere ...
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level 33
Feb 13, 2018
You watch Fox News?
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level 70
Jan 15, 2018
Germany is safe and lovely, by and large everywhere is getting safer.
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level 65
Jan 17, 2018
@TinklePork "Violence and rape are out of control in many EU countries now"????? I don't know what news reports you have been reading but in all my time on Jetpunk, that is the biggest load of complete and utter BS I have ever heard. Europe isn't perfect, nowhere is, but your statement is just plain wrong.
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level 54
Feb 13, 2018
I currently live in Munich, and I find it the safest city I've been to.
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level 33
Feb 13, 2018
Alright pal go back to your echo chamber, this stuff isn't true in the real world,
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level 31
Feb 16, 2018
You must be living in an echo chamber of denial or ignorance because it is true.
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level 31
Feb 16, 2018
The US Dept of State knows it. That's why there is a travel warning to Germany right now.
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level 65
Jan 14, 2018
Zurich more liveable than Bern? That‘s surprising! Bern is smaller, doesn‘t has aircraft noise, isn‘t as overcrowded is Zurich and everything is a bit less expensive. Proud to be a Bernese!
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level 58
Jan 15, 2018
Maybe the proximity to the airport is an extra for being liveable? ;-)
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
Most of those things are not on Mercer's short list of criteria.
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level 71
Jan 15, 2018
Jerry928 may disagree with me but surprised Wellington ranks lower than Auckland on this list!
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level 52
Feb 15, 2018
Same here. I don't see auckland as more livable than Wellington except perhaps the climate and some activities or sights, but in terms of most livable I would say Wellington is better than Auckland.
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level 38
Feb 8, 2018
Nobody pays attention to Latin America, so we will never see cities like Montevideo, Buenos Aires or even a big brazilian city in these lists. Mostly Montevideo, which provides the europeans with a similar but not so strong climate and a much less chaotic lifestyle, with some cool and again, not so strong, cultural differences.
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level 38
Feb 13, 2018
As far as I can see this is an "expat rating" - hence based on the living conditions for a (foreign) family. It's not about fun places to visit for a week or two. I had a brief look at Mercer's documentation. They weigh heavily factors such as air pollution, availability of public transport and affordable schools and health care. That's why you get a bunch of medium-sized German cities on the list, but not a single British one. In Britain, unlike Germany, you have to pay for tertiary education and you have to pay through the nose for public transport.
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level 38
Feb 13, 2018
Now all of a sudden, Cologne/Düsseldorf isn't considered 1 agglomeration, like in all other jetpunk quizzes? I typed in Cologne and I see Düsseldorf standing between the answers... (I know they are separate cities but in jetpunk quizzes, they are normally considered 1 metropole)
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level 67
Feb 14, 2018
For the purpose of the Mercer list, in some cases it makes more sense to count individual cities rather than whole metropolitan areas. At least one thing they get right.
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level 53
Feb 13, 2018
Huh... I wasn't really expecting to see Vancouver here, this is coming from someone who lives there. Housing market is terrible, unless you happen to be a millionaire, and renting isn't even a great alternative because it costs an arm and a leg. But, I guess the fact that we're #5 on the list, and the highest Canadian city shows that we're at least doing something right?
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level 48
Feb 13, 2018
Interesting quiz. Metropolis Magazine conducted a similar survey in 2017 - See my quiz: "10 Best Cities of the World to Live In". They concentrated on housing, transportation, sustainability, and culture. Three cities on their top-10 list are missing from this one completely, namely Helsinki, Oslo, and Portland OR.. Well, there are about a zillion ways to conduct a survey like these:))
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level 56
Feb 13, 2018
I have been to lots of these cities and all of them are nice but I still don't understand why there are no Japanese cities on here. For me Tokyo will be the best city there is! Also I expected Seoul.
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
Tokyo and Seoul are both great cities. I've visited Tokyo 4 times and I lived in Seoul in 2007. Definitely very livable.
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level 58
Feb 13, 2018
Never been to Tokyo or Seoul but from photos I assume that the possibilities for local recreation are just lower than, e.g., in Munich. I mean, the accumulated key criteria for this list are wealth, culture, and recreation/health. Wealth and culture are at a great level for most westernised metropoles, thus recreation is the deal-breaker for the top of the list. And in this category, IMHO a 10mio+ city can just not compete with smaller, but nevertheless wealthy cities.
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
You have absolutely no clue what you're talking about.
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level 58
Feb 14, 2018
Please be a bit more precise with your objection. Is it aiming on Tokyo/Seoul or the general conclusion? As said, I have never been in Tokyo/Seoul. I might be wrong on the possible level of recreation in those cities.
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level 71
Feb 15, 2018
Yes you're totally wrong about that and I'm puzzled as to why you would even think to draw a conclusion based on photos. What photos? Tokyo and Seoul are two of the most vibrant cities I've ever visited or lived in with plenty of things to see and do. What entertainment do you think Munich has that Tokyo lacks? Oktoberfest? People in Seoul go out drinking all night, every night, if that's what you fancy. If anything these cities have much more to offer in terms of entertainment venues and options than your average European city does.

The Mercer rankings have 39 factors grouped into 10 categories. The 7th category is "Recreation" and includes "restaurants, theaters, cinemas, sports and leisure, etc." As for restaurants, Tokyo restaurants have 304 Michelin stars, blowing away the closest European city (Paris, with 134). Munich has fewer than 20. Tokyo and Seoul both have great, world class cinemas. Most European cities have nothing that compares.
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level 71
Feb 15, 2018
Could go on at length but don't want to leave a dozen comments. Just... you're definitely wrong. Try visiting some time and see for yourself.
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level 58
Feb 15, 2018
First of all, I used "recreation" in a broader context, in particular with respect to "recreation in nature". You are right that Mercer does not list this a separate category but it is partially included in "4. Air pollution", "7. Sport and leisure", and proabably also in "7. (recreation) etc.". "Recreation in nature" highly correlates with the amount of trees you can find on a photo. Shinjuku Central Park in Tokyo or Hyde Park in London are nice for a short walk after your job but it is not recommended for week-end recreation like hiking tours, bike tours, relaxing at a lake (at least not for 5mio people simultaneously)...For many European cities on this list you can go to rural regions within less than one hour and often even without using a car. Again I highly expect that this is not possible in Tokyo.
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level 58
Feb 15, 2018
Second, who cares about the number of Michelin restaurants? Most people on Earth will never visit even one of those restaurants! And talking about entertainment venues, who cares if there are 2000 or only 200 nice bars in the city? Further, e.g. the theatre/opera density of central Europa is unmatched. Tokyo, NYC, etc. are probably comparable with (small) Vienna, but not beyond.
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Feb 16, 2018
Using Michelin stars in comparison of Tokyo and Paris doesn't really make any sense, Tokyo has what, 7 times the population of Paris? As for your other notes though, TheLastFish seems terribly misinformed. Seoul and Tokyo are world class cities in regards to recreation.
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level 58
Feb 16, 2018
I should not further judge this until I have visited those cities. Nevertheless, I wonder if we talk from completely different things. Just to make it clear again, I talk about stuff like the amount of trees within a distance of 10km from the city center.
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level 53
Feb 13, 2018
You just knew their be some juicy, awful and funny comments here!
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level 37
Feb 13, 2018
Of course there would be so many cities in Germany, no wonder refugees go there.
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level 55
Feb 13, 2018
I'm from Vienna xDDD
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level 25
Feb 13, 2018
Interesting that the quiz states "There are no American cities on this list" yet there are 4 cities in North America on the list....
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level 72
Feb 13, 2018
North America is a continent, America is a country. The cities are Canadian.
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level 58
Feb 13, 2018
I wonder what will happen in future when the EU gets converted to the "United States of Europe". Propably everybody will then sloppily call its citizens "the Europeans", annoying the Swiss, the Russians, and maybe even the British and Northern Irish! :-D And some specialists will explain us: "West Eurasia is a continent, Europe is a country. Zurich is Swiss."
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level 71
Feb 13, 2018
Fish: they actually already do this. I get asked all the time at customs about how much time I've spent "in Europe"... by which they always mean the European Union... I'll start explaining that there are other parts of Europe not in the EU and not in the Schengen Area and their question is inherently stupid but I've learned it's better just to anticipate the fallacy.

Thing is the EU has been around less than 30 years. and referring to the EU as Europe creates confusion as there is a continent by the same name. The popular convention Ander refers to has been near universally understood since before any of us were born, annoying nobody until very recently. The only confusion in creates is feigned, as there is no continent called America. Calling the USA "America" should be as controversial as calling the United States of Mexico "Mexico"... but of course... it isn't. And we all know why though some of us pretend not to.
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level 58
Feb 14, 2018
I confirm that this sloppy nomenclature is commonly convenient also for non-US-Americans (as I do as well). (Although at least in German it is more limited to the US-citizens and associated adjective only. The country is typically called "USA" or "Vereinigte Staaten".) Nevertheless, the sloppy use of this term does not mean it is correct. America is first of all a supercontinent such as Eurasia. I see three ways how to think on why US-citizen (and others) persist calling their country "America". 1) They just don't care/think this is indeed unambigous. 2) There is a deep unconsious (or consious) attitude towards a pan-American imperialism (as backed by the past history and present power). 3) There is just no convenient "euphonic" alternative. E.g., "US-Americans" would semantically imply that the "people" of the USA is just a subfaction of the "pan-American people", "literally" constraining the sovereignty of the USA.
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level 71
Feb 15, 2018
America is not a continent to the large majority of people in the world. Your odd use of "America" to represent a supercontinent is not any more correct than the more common "North America" and "South America." Language is a tool to convey meaning. If a word is commonly used to mean something and commonly understood to mean that thing, then that word is an effective component of language. The ONLY reason that Americans, and the vast overwhelming majority of all humans on Earth, call America America is because that's what most people have been using that word to mean since the 19th century. It has zilch to do with imperialism. It's just convention. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that convention. The problems people have with it are manufactured and date back to... about 6 years ago.
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level 58
Feb 15, 2018
The actual term "America" has been created in order to give the continent South America a name. Further, we learned in school that the vikings (re-)discovered "America" (Canada!) as well as that Colombus again re-discovered "America" (Bahamas!). THAT is the convention which all humans on Earth agree on since 500 years. The USA are virtually one of the last country in the Americas which has been considered to be a part of "America". Nevertheless, the majority of humans (including myself) may sloppily use this term not only for the continent but also for USA. But you will find hardly any person outside USA who denies that America is (also) a (super-)continent. At least nobody who visited history or geography lesson.
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level 13
Feb 14, 2018
Its a Russian conspiracy. Mercer and the Germans.
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level 56
Feb 14, 2018
A correspondent for the Irish Times offers some clever and snarky insight into Mercer's questionable metrics: "Closer examination confirms, of course, that Mercer has a particular purpose in mind. The chart has been compiled to 'help multinational companies and other employers fairly compensate employees when placing them on international assignments'. In other words, the survey is assessing cities in terms of how they suit people who drive Saabs and spend evenings in golf clubs. Such employers are required to hand over cash if the destination city is just a little bit too funky or a tad too much at home to cultural innovation. You don’t want hip-hop crews keeping you awake when you’re preparing for that conference call to Boggs & Baloney. The corporate avenger requires a quiet, bland environment that can be slipped into and slid out of as comfortably as he or she might annihilate a passing lame duck."
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level 42
Feb 14, 2018
Note for the quizmaster, have you ever considered using cologne?
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level 67
Feb 15, 2018
I don't smell anything?
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level 69
Feb 17, 2018
best comment on this quiz so far!
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level 32
Feb 15, 2018
Accept Cologne for Dusseldorf?
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level 67
Feb 15, 2018
It makes sense to lump the two together in agglomeration quizzes. However, they are still distinct cities. Cologne as well as the cities from the Ruhr Area would likely rank significantly lower than Düsseldorf in any list that measures livability.
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