The leader in the rating was the Australian Melbourne and Kiev entered the top ten of the outsiders.
The authoritative edition of The Economist published the results of a study by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), which was determined as the most comfortable city in the world.
The leader was the Australian Melbourne.
In the course of ranking experts assessed 140 cities based on several criteria, including: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, as well as the level of education and infrastructure.
Melbourne scored 97.5 points out of a possible 100. While second place was Vienna (97.4 points), rounded out the top three Vancouver (97,3) points.
In the TOP 10 included Toronto, calgary, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland, Helsinki and Hamburg.
The Ukrainian capital was in the top ten worst city in the world from the point of view of comfort, gaining only 47.8 points.