Best and Worst Cities for Expats

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The website Internations conducted a survey among expats worldwide to determine the best and worst cities for relocation and foreign living.

InterNations is the world’s largest community of expats with approximately 5 million participants.

The ranking included 49 cities worldwide, and 12,000 expats from around the world participated in the survey!

To determine the value of cities for relocation, aspects such as “Ease of Adaptation”, “Quality of Life”, “Financial Situation”, “Housing”, “Healthcare” and “Recreational Opportunities” were considered.

In 2023, the highest ratings from expats were given to cities such as Malaga, Alicante, and Valencia. All three are in Spain.

And the top ten cities look like this:

  • Malaga (Spain)
  • Alicante (Spain)
  • Valencia (Spain)
  • Ras Al Khaimah (UAE)
  • Abu Dhabi (UAE)
  • Madrid (Spain)
  • Mexico City (Mexico)
  • Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
  • Bangkok (Thailand)
  • Muscat (Oman)

Expats are most disappointed and unhappy in the following cities:

  • Milan (Italy)
  • Rome (Italy)
  • Vancouver (Canada)
  • Hamburg (Germany)
  • Berlin (Germany)
  • Dublin (Ireland)
  • Istanbul (Turkey)
  • London (United Kingdom)
  • Paris (France)
  • Seoul (South Korea)

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