Most Livable Cities in Latin America

Posted on August 24, 2016 • Filed under: Latin America News del Carmen Landa reported Porteños get another chance to brag about their hometown. Once again, Buenos Aires topped the list of Latin America and the Caribbean’s most livable cities, per the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2016 Global Livability Ranking, released last week. The Argentine capital made the top half of the index, followed by Santiago, Chile; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Montevideo, Uruguay; and San José, Costa Rica. The ranking evaluates 140 cities around the world, assessing which offer the best living conditions when it comes to safety, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure. Australia and Canada hold six of the survey’s top 10 positions, with Melbourne topping the list for the sixth year in a row. Read Article


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