The Danish capital, Copenhagen, has topped Monocle magazine’s list of the world’s most liveable cities for the fourth time since the list was launched in 2007.
The top five included Zurich, Helsinki, Stockholm and Tokyo, after the magazine resumed publishing the list after stopping last year as the Covid-19 pandemic swept the world.
“Copenhagen is one of those cities that truly aspire to provide a better quality of life for all,” said Andrew Toke, editor-in-chief of the magazine.
“Its ambitions to provide a cleaner environment are by far the best and the city is reaping the harvest of years of urban investment,” he added.
The magazine stated that this year’s report sought to monitor the cities that took advantage of the past months to “return to a better normal situation and defend their economy, cultural sites and main streets.”
The report also focused more on civic leadership, adequate housing policies, and entrepreneur support programs.
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