If You’re A Millennial, These Are The Best 10 Cities For You To Live In The World

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If you’re not living in your ideal city at the moment, this new study may just help you take the plunge to move. A list of best cities to live in overall was recently published, but Daily Mail revealed the best cities for millennials to live in, and only one U.S. city made the top ten.

That’s right, if you’re a lover of avocados and have tried to make a profit off of an app, you might be better off moving to Europe. Based on various factors from real estate pricing, nightlife, migration and immigration acceptance, the study found that the best city for millennials is Berlin, Germany. Here are all the cities you should be considering for your study abroad destination or permanent relocation.


1. Berlin, Germany

Berlin’s nightlife is unbeatable, as the city doesn’t sleep, and the beer culture is top-notch. On top of being a melting pot of a diverse amount of cultures, the cost of living isn’t as high as other European cities.


2. Montreal, Canada

If you can get past the long winters and freezing temperatures, Montreal gives you a taste of French culture without being in France. The city is known for being pretty liberal and accepting towards LGBTQ+ communities and immigrants.


3. London, UK

Sure it’s rainy most of the year, but London is consistently a hub for evolving technology and fashion.


4. Amsterdam, Netherlands

The capital of the Netherlands is notoriously laid-back and bike-friendly. Bonus, you’re in close proximity to Milan and Paris if you ever want a weekend getaway.


5. Toronto, Canada

If you’re looking to make your business start-up dreams come true, look no further.


6. Vancouver, Canada

Not as cold as its Eastern counterparts, Vancouver is famous for its eco-friendly practices, large LGBTQ+ community, and liberal culture. Spend the week in the city and the weekends in surfing and skiing spots, or vice versa.


7. Barcelona, Spain

Famed for the architecture left behind by Gaudi, Barca delivers in your metropolitan city needs, from shopping and food to sunny weather.


8. New York City, USA

The only U.S. city to make the list, NYC never bores or sleeps, as long as you can get over the housing prices and endless crowds of tourists.


9. Cologne, Germany

From the stellar health care system, outdoor festivals, to navigable public transit, Cologne is one of the undeservedly underrated cities in Europe.


10. Manchester, UK

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Closing out the list is Manchester, known for its bustling art and music culture, though London will try to tell you otherwise.

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