The Netherlands is a great country to live. The Netherlands has been ranked the 11th best place in the world to live. The list was compiled by the magazine of International Living, which made a research of the living conditions in 194 countries.
The Netherlands ranks best in security and freedom, infrastructure and health.
The evaluation is based on the cost of living, cultural and entertainment offerings, the environment and climate, safety, health, infrastructure and economic situation.
France is the first for the fifth consecutive time and receives a score of 82 points out of 100. “La Douce France ‘is praised for his” bon-vivant’ lifestyle, good health and the enormous diversity of the different regions.
Live in Australia it is good because of the pleasant climate, cities for all tastes, and a strong economy. Switzerland is number three and owes its place among others, its neutrality and the extensive internationalization.
The top 10 is rounded out by Germany, New Zealand, Luxembourg, the United States, Belgium, Canada and Italy.
Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, Chad, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia are on the bottom of the list.