Continuing from THE BEST 15 CITIES for LIVING – PART 1
Frankfurt is considered the largest financial center in continental Europe. It is home to major institutions such as the European Central Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Considering the modern infrastructure, Frankfurt gets large incomes from transport. Annually there are realized 114 million trips by metro and 50 million flights. Based on the level of crime and law enforcement, Frankfurt is on the high 11th place in the world.
Vancouver is one of the “greenest” cities in the world, with the lowest presence of the carbon in the air. This is partly due to the water and snowy mountains that surround the city, and partly of the government program to encourage environmental awareness.
Düsseldorf is the seventh most populous city in Germany. Known for fashion and the various fairs, Dusseldorf is one of the largest telecommunication centers in the country. The city is home to companies like “HP” and “Nokia Siemens”. With more than 100 galleries, Düsseldorf is the leading city in the field of contemporary art.
In 2009, the buying power in the city was 33,700 dollars per person, which is 32% above average. Considering the highly developed industries, Munich is always attractive to immigrants and 40% of the population in this German city are foreigners. Even 30% of the gross income of the Bavaria area belongs to Munich.
The location of Oakland is specific, the city is located between two ports, with 11 active volcanoes and numerous islands. According to security, Oakland is ranked second in the Oceania region, behind Singapore. Regarding the economy, the government is constantly striving for greater economic growth and reduce debt.
Low tax rates attracted many foreign companies to set up their headquarters in Zurich right. Funds invested in the 82’s banks represent 85% of the total value of all assets in the country. The city also is the largest tourist destination in Switzerland, famous for its lakes and hills that stretch from north to south and offer a wide range of recreational activities.
The ability of Vienna to transform the old infrastructure in modern neighborhoods which in 2010 brought her the reward from the United Nations for urban planning and improving living conditions. Vienna is the No. 1 destination in the world for conferences, for which the city is visited by 5 million tourists a year. Vienna is also the most populous city in Austria.
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