Popularly known as Bahia; its cuisine, music and architecture is notable in Brazil and it is known for being one of the country’s most prominent ports and international trading centers.
The “Garden City” and “Cultural Capital of Australia” was ranked as the world’s fourth top university city in 2008 alongside London, Boston and Tokyo which would be a great option for young people who are looking for a city to start or continue their tertiary education. It is a diverse city with more affordable housing and a lower cost of living compared to other urban areas in Australia.
Yes, we know it’s not a city but rather an archipelago in the Mediterranean. Than why is it on this list of best cities? Nicknamed the “Land of Honey”, Malta might as well be just one city given that its one of the smallest states in the world. Here’s a cool fact though: According to various studies they have the most generous inhabitants in the world.
New York City, New York
It maybe the exact opposite of Malta, but “The Cultural Capital of the World” and “The City that Never Sleeps” offers a wide range of possibilities in all aspects of daily living (especially for the younger set). With over 800 languages “significantly” spoken among a culturally diverse population, it’s one of the three “command centers” of the world economy.
“The City of Dreams” or “The City of Music” has almost everything young people would probably be looking for in a city. It’s history, culture, economy, environment, and just the fact that it’s the most livable city in the world clinches the #1 spot.