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The world’s "top expat cities " – A ranking of the most popular expat cities

6th August 2020 · Facts and knowledge

At the end of December 2019, one of the largest expat networks, "InterNations", published a list of "best cities to live, work, and make friends in in 2020.".

20,000 expats voted, and here are the results:

  1. Taipei, Taiwan
  2. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  3. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  4. Singapore
  5. Montréal, Canada
  6. Lisbon, Portugal
  7. Barcelona, Spain
  8. Zug, Switzerland
  9. The Hague, Netherlands
  10. Basel, Switzerland
  11. Aachen, Germany
  12. Doha, Qatar
  13. Prague, Czech Republic
  14. Mexico City, Mexico
  15. Abu Dhabi, UAE
  16. Sydney, Australia
  17. Madrid, Spain
  18. Budapest, Hungary
  19. Calgary, Canada
  20. Bangkok, Thailand
  21. Manama, Bahrain
  22. Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  23. Vienna, Austria
  24. Tallinn, Estonia
  25. Panama City, Panama
  26. Tokyo, Japan
  27. Miami, Florida/USA
  28. Nutmeg, Oman
  29. Melbourne, Australia
  30. Brussels, Belgium

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