Of the cities surveyed, New York came out best, with Bogota, Mexico City and Lima faring worst; London was ranked fourth safest.
Melbourne Getty Images / Scott Barbour The city of 4 million has the second-safest infrastructure of the 50 cities ranked and ranks eighth in the category of personal safety.
5. Toronto, Canada. Toronto is not only one of the safest places to live. According to the Economist, Toronto is one of the best places to live in the entire world.
Zurich is the tenth safest place to live in the world and the third safest in Europe, according to a ranking published by The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Getty Images / Scott Barbour The city of 4 million has the second-safest infrastructure of the 50 cities ranked and ranks eighth in the category of personal safety. It's no coincidence that Melbourne has one of the highest life expectancies of any city in the world, at 86 years.
Along with Tokyo (named the world’s safest city), Osaka embodies the general peace of mind that can be felt throughout the country. “Japan in general is an incredibly safe country to live in,” said Daniel Lee, founder of the local English language Kansai Scene magazine, who moved from the United Kingdom 17 years ago.
Perhaps, one of the most granular ways to determine where the safest places in the world to live are is by looking The Economist Intelligence Unit, which ranks countries in its Safe Cities Index. It looks at health security, infrastructure safety, personal safety, as well as digital security.
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