In 2013, Copenhagen takes the prize as being the most liveable city in the world – at least if you ask the prestigious lifestyle Magazine, Monocle. Safety, tolerability, green initiatives and international connections are the main advantages of the city.

Scales were compared with the actual results of the ICCA. 18 cities (72 %) of 25 in the ICCA rankings TOP 50 corresponds to the scale of the magazine Monocle.

Most Livable Cities IndexICCA results 2012
1. COPENHAGENno. 8
2. MELBOURNEno. 39
3.  HELSINKIno. 17
4. TOKYOno. 31
5.  VIENNAno. 1
6. ZURICHno. 30
7. STOCKHOLMno. 12
8. MUNICHno. 27
9. SYDNEYno. 24
10. AUCKLANDno. 125
11. HONG KONGno. 23
12. FUKUOKAno. 97
13. KYOTOno. 36
14.  PARISno. 2
15. SINGAPOREno. 6
16. HAMBURGno. 68
17.  HONOLULUno. 190
18. MADRIDno. 4
19. VANCOUVERno. 43
20. BERLINno. 3
21. BARCELONAno. 5
22. AMSTERDAMno. 10
23. PORTLANDno. 190
24. SAN FRANCISCOno. 88
25. DUSSELDORFno. 286

Through research you can see what are the key physical and subjective indicators of successful development of convention destinations. This is a very interesting and informative reading for all planners and handlebars of congress tourism.

Monocle published its first “Most Livable Cities Index” in 2007 and this is the second time that Copenhagen has been in first place. The last occasion was in 2008 and, since then, the Danish capital has been in second place two times and last year it came third, with Helsinki and Zurich ahead in first and second places.

See Monocle’s short film about why Copenhagen won the title Most Liveable City here.

Monocle

Read more about Monocle’s quality of life index here

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A long-time meetings industry addict, Gorazd is the Founder and owner of marketing and event agency Toleranca Marketing. He has many years of experience in planning, preparing and carrying out large international meetings and exhibitions. As the founder of the "Power to the Meetings" methodology, he still firmly believes in the power of live events and human to human communication. He is also the author of numerous articles and editor-in-chief of the meetings industry magazine Kongres Magazine.