Amsterdam ranks 11th on the Mercer Quality of Life Index 2015.
Vienna tops the list because the well-being and economical climate are high, partly due to the favorable location in central Europe. Due to the many students the city is “young and lively”.
American cities are not scoring too high with San Francisco (28th place) as highest rank. High crime rates seem to play an important role.
Paris ranks 37th, 2 spots above Londen. The French capital ranked 27th last year, but dropped 10 spots due to the attacks in November.
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