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Spain triumphs in the ranking of the best cities to live and work in 2023
Friday, February 10, 2023 @ 9:47 AM

Just two months after Valencia was voted by Forbes Magazine the best city in the world to live in (, two other Spanish cities have triumphed in another report published this week.

Every year, the Resonance Consultancy draws up its World's Best Cities, the list of the best cities in the world to live and work in. To compile the report, it evaluates cities around the world with more than one million inhabitants based on different factors such as levels of safety, employment and cultural diversity. Spain comes out very well in the 2023 edition of this ranking with a double presence in the top ten.


10. Amsterdam (Netherlands)

The 2023 top ten of the best cities to live and work in is rounded off by Amsterdam. The report highlights the Dutch capital's income equality and workforce, as well as the control in recent years of its nightlife, its art galleries and the presence of some major technology companies. 


9. Singapore

The city-state of Singapore comes ninth in the ranking, thanks in no small part to its investment in research, talent and corporate headquarters recruitment, which the report says will allow it to be "home to a sustainably wealthy citizenry for decades to come".

Puerta del Sol, Madrid - Photo by Alvaro Araoz on Unsplash

8. Madrid (Spain)

The first Spanish city to appear in the top ten of the list is Madrid in eighth place. Resonance Consultancy highlights how it has managed to recover from the pandemic, as well as its wide range of hotels and restaurants. It also mentions the election of the Paisaje de la Luz as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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