The Netherlands, Portugal or Switzerland i guess.
NL: Idk, i like the city vibes in Amsterdam.
Portugal: Because they have nice weather.
Switzerland: Sick nature and nice cities, villages etc.
One of the Scandinavian nations I think. most like Denmark or Norway ( Sweden have dropped a bit below the two others the last few years )
But they are at the top of every list about freedom, security, wealth, safety, healthcare, government, education... well everything..
They found the way to unify the forces of social security and a healthy business structure, meaning they score higher than USA and the likes in success in starting your business and such, while safety if you are sick or need a doctor..
Both sectors are stronger when both work to make each other stronger. if one try to push the other out, it will end up suffering later on.
The Scandinavian model is something to marvel.
The Covid responses around the world should be a huge litmus test for the level of freedom that can exist in any given society.
Most of the Scandinavian countries are pretty great to live in. Pretty good economic freedom, healthy cultures, homogeneous populations, low crime, attractive women. Denmark is fantastic.
America is great too, but it's a strange time there right now. Corporate powers are too much, and the racial tension is being aggravated for all sorts of political reasons. America is a great place to live in certain states. Some states are gross, though.
ukraine, bc s1mple was born there 😎
austria, switzerland, denmark, ireland
India, you can become the king there
probably Norway is the best european country by far due to HDI, i don't know if i'd live there due to weather, though
1. Greek islands
2. South Italy
3. West Turkey ( not with the current politics situation)
Depends. Overall living somewhere like in the Nordics would probably be the best bet but I think also just living peacefully somewhere remote would be kind of cool.
if i had a remote job i'd pick somewhere cheap to live in, just to save some money.. if i had to work on-site id pick the most developed ones
If remote job:
Czechia: it would be easier to travel across the continent and Prague is great;
Portugal: because of the weather;
Ukraine: finest women in the world;
Russia: just like Ukraine.
Denmark (any scandinavian);
The European part of Russia.
S Tier: Norway, Finland
A+ Tier: Denmark
A Tier: Sweden and maybe Switzerland but I have never been in Switzerland
at the moment Sweden .. given their restrictions, denmark once they get rid of their current prime-minister and maybe bulgaria to have a yolo eastern option. I find all the other countries to be risky currently.
Serbia is cool if you have money, but not too much money or vucic will rob you
Iceland is the safest and coolest place to live on earth.
Finland, Norway or Switzerland
Definitely not Poland xd.
I the rankings of level of life highest ranked are: Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland and Switzerland. I would pick Switzerland by myself .
If any country in the whole world counts i pick Canada,BC
If politicians fuck it up in our country, I would probably choose Poland. I like how they dont let EU and other commie organisations shit over them. Plus its probably closest to Czechia judging by the appearance of the cities and mentality of people. Even the language is kinda similar. Maybe I would try Hungary or run away into Africa, somewhere where is not that much racism towards white people :D
if i had plenty of money i would choose hawaii or some islands with not to much warm weather.
If not, i would choose norway or NZ
What is the ideal on human life quality: Scandinavia+Switzerland
Where I'd pick personally: Italy or Ireland
I'd say Canada would be right below those.
I'd pick to live in Netherlands due to the biking infrastructure/mentality.
Southern France, Italy, Greece, UK, Ireland
Vienna, Prague, Amsterdam
Italy because of the landscapes and cars
Judging by the standard of living Switzerland, by the my sympathy it will be Iceland. Final choice - USA
(If in Eu, it will be Germany)
1. Sweden / Norway
2. Germany / Netherlands / Belgium
4. Italy (in some small town around gulf of Naples) / Croatia
If you have money and not looking for a job.
Greece is Amazing
After settling in 3 different countries (sweden, germany , russia)
The way I look at it right now is:
1- Country should be cheap (Russia is paradise man for a software dev)
2- Weather should be bearable (sweden and russia suck from this side)
3- No immigrants (Sweden is so trash)
In Europe I would say Poland, Portugal could be very nice countries
Avoid Scandinavia (it's biggest scam on Earth)
Western part of Russia (love my country, language culture, cuisine, women)
Ukraine (also favourite, the same)
Poland (no immigrants, also nice women, nice prices, flyaki, zhurek)
Spain for relax type of living, Middeteranian cuisine and long life span and for vacation
Germany/Scandinavian countries for infrastructure
Italy/Greece/Turkey for vacation
kosova cuz free bmw from germany
probably norway, finland, denmark (if you don't talk to anyone), good weather, good standard of living
S+ tier: finland, norway
S tier: denmark, sweden
Surprising how nobody mentioned New Zealand lol.
I am biased, yes, but I've also been to many countries. New Zealand's quality of life is definitely one of the very best in the world.
Poland, peaceful and nice
I would stay in Ukraine cuz of low taxes and developing market
But if war or some shit hits Ukraine again I would pick based countries:
- Czech Republic
Canada the only good answer
Singapore, don't expect freedom tho
this is not bait. I think Turkey.
1 dolar=10 lira
good beachs and seas
good vegetation and diversity
good historical places
nice winter tourism and mountaineering activities
educated people ( in the west)
earn euro or dollar live in turkey :DD
As for food, weather, things to see and do and nice people, I pick Italy or Spain, as for security, safety, functional state, education etc., probably Finland, Denmark. Norway / Sweden / Belgium / Netherlands / Germany are the contenders.
probably ireland, best economy, speaks english and not 90% lactose intolerant so you can actually buy normal milk. also uses the euro.
Argentina of course. Best country in the universe.
I’ve only been to Norway, so I have to say that
finland or uk, don't ask me why
Only one answer is correct: Switzerland or Slovenia (aka Slavic Switzerland)
Austria ,Switzerland ,Sweden,Denmark,Norway ,Portugal,Czech Republic ,The Nethelands
The one thing I will say is that Scandinavia is good but not for the foreigners. You earn a lot of money, but the cost of living there is insane (at least in Norway which i know more about)
romania very cheap
only problem are the commies tbh
idc about country but oslo bestest and cleanest city in eu))))))
Probably Switzerland & Denmark from what i've heard
If not my country i'd go to Norway no doubt.
If you look at freedom indexes, democracy indexes, corruption indexes, justice indexes so on and so forth, Switzerland would probably be my pick
greece, great beaches , very delicious food (gyro mmm very good) and they have best seas
Most northern, southern, central- and western european countries.
Clearly not eastern, and south-eastern european countries.
Top would probably be:
Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Austria.
havent travelled much but belgium/netherlands always a very comfy vibe
if you value lifestyle -> portugal
if you value money -> anywhere else
slovenia (please adopt me)
Canada would be an interesting one for me. No specific reason but came to my mind first
well if i was not living in Ireland tbh that's a tough question on where i would go probably whatever European Nation besides the UK has the highest % of people who can speak English so Germany maybe ? seems like at least 6/10 Germans can speak English that's pretty good
Europe its !gg F1 already
Sweden. Denmark is like a budget Sweden, also very good.
Im surprised nobody mentionned liechstenstein. Super landscape, same diplomatic status as switzerland, everyone is rich. Nobody hates them, good education, easy access to every country around, healthcare and the tax rate is super low. Its a paradise. Sur it can be boring, but i wouldnt care as i pass all my time online and would be full of cash to travel.
If I'm being truly honest, probably somewhere on the balkans. Preferably one of the yugoslav republics like Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, etc...
Been to all and they're all beautiful. Food is awesome, girls are amazing, weather is normal, rich with nature, history, old traditions, and overall good and kind people. Not to mention it's very cheap.
The EU and Schengen give you a lot of advantages, so one that's in both.
Narrowing it down further, having the Euro makes things more effortless when traveling.
Poor countries are generally easier to make a living in, but within the Eurozone prices are comparable everywhere, so you should actually pick one with high wages. That leaves Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, and the Netherlands.
Obviously you want to live in a country with space to live, so you pick one with population density under 300, that's Malta, the Netherlands and Belgium gone.
Cold is uncomfortable, so let's take out Finland as well. Then Ireland because it's an island.
Obviously you want some development and equality, so a Gini over 35 or an HDI under 0.9 are bad, that only takes out Italy (and France is pretty close to it, so we'll take that one out as well, because nobody likes France anyway).
That leaves Germany, Austria, and Luxembourg.
In Luxembourg you need all 3 national languages to get a decent job, so a lot of effort.
So it's between Austria and Germany.
Germany is less religious and wealthier and has lots of types of landscapes, Austria has more culture, equality and a better cuisine and has mountainous landscape. Which of these you prefer is subjective.
finland has a funny president just don't go to east Helsinki and you'll enjoy yourself
Belarus, Transnistria, Albania, Russia....
No Bias - UK
The best country for business opportunity outside of the US, relatively small country with great public transport meaning multiple cities are easily accessible within a few hours travel. Free and universal healthcare regardless of visa or citizenship status. Weather is not as bad as people say, the summers usually reach at least 30 Celsius and winter doesn't go below -5.
I'd also agree on Scandinavia and Germany being good options too
anywhere from scandinavia
USA because it can fit all type countries
Uk obviously because i know english.
finland is great apart from the climate
I would like to live in Spain; Austria, Portugal and Ireland are also great.
For a quiet life IMHO Spain because of prices, food, weather, sea with good beaches and generally good infrastructure.
Denmark, Netherlands or Switzerland (people hate UK).
Ukraine, if u have a good job
Just pick a germanic country. They are all good.
Anywhere except Japan, Korea.
No work life balance and people are fucking racist towards anyone non-native and in general have weird social & personal norms. Life is all about working day & night and respecting seniors even if they fuck you in the ass.
If you are rich anywhere in Southern Europe, best climate,best food, Southern France also i think is very good.
If you are normal person = Denmark, Austria or Norway, they are bit xenophobic but once you learn language you are good
switzerland and all scandinavian countries
IN BEST MUSLIM COUNTRY GERMANY
Germany. No one can change my mind
Poland for sure
just don't move anywhere cold and dark. It sucks.
sun + warmth is so incredibly important for happiness