standard Top 10 Cities You’d Love To Live In Part 1

You may know that are many amazing cities around the world, but only in some of them you’d love to live. I present you a top ten beautiful cities where you can live without stress. In the first part I present you the first five cities.

Here are the first five cities in the world where you can live without any problem:

Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland is the biggest city from New Zealand. With over 1.2 million inhabitants, the metropolitan zone contains over a quarter of the populations and continues to grow faster than the growth of average of the country population. Auckland is situated on the North Island, more exactly between the Hauraki Golf from Pacific Ocean to the east, Huana Mountains to the southeast, Manukau Port to the southwest and Waikatere Mountains to the west and to the north-west. Auckland has a temperate climate with subtropical and oceanic influences. The medium annual temperatures are 25° C in January and February and 15° C in July.

Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand

Adelaide, Australia

Adelaide is a coastal city and it is situated in the Saint-Vincent Golf. In contrast with Sydney and Hobart cities, Adelaide was not became a British colony for the prisoners camp. Adelaide is a cultural city and it is named “Festival City” for the jazz festivals and also for the exhibitions of famous artists. Also, you must know that here are held many sports meetings.

Adelaide, Australia

Adelaide, Australia

Perth, Australia

Perth is not only an attractive economic center, but also an ideal place for recreation. The beautiful beaches from the Indian Ocean brings today significant income for the Western Australian capital. The waters off Perth city include a fascinating universe for diving enthusiasts, which hide many shipwrecks. The most lively district of the Perth city is Subiaco, founded by Italians Benedictine monks in 1851. The average annual temperatures are 22° C in January and 14° C in July. The water temperatures all year are about 19° C.

Perth, Australia

Perth, Australia

Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is the capital and largest city of Finland. The city is located in the south of the country, on the shores of Finic Golf. The Helsinki urban area is composed by the capital city and by the following cities: Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen. In total, has a population of 975,000. Helsinki is an important port on the Baltic, both for freight and also for passengers. Helsinki has a very advanced network of local transport compared with the rest of Europe. The transportation is possible with a subway line (Helsinki Metro), with buses and with many trams.

Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki, Finland

Sydney, Australia

Sydney is the largest city in Australia with a population of 4.2 million. In Sydney is the famous Sydney Opera House. The Sydney Opera House was included in 2007 in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Sydney is situated on one of the most beautiful bays in the world, with a wonderful and natural harbor. Sydney holds the record in superlatives in Australia: is the largest city, the biggest industrial center, cultural and financial, the largest port, the biggest hub of communication. In the center of the city is the largest agglomeration of skyscrapers, shops, galleries, bars and restaurants.

Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia

That was the first part of the top ten cities where you’d love to live in. If you want to see the other five amazing cities in the world where you can really live, you can read here.

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