even though i live in brazil i was never robbed. maringá, 10/10
Its in the countryside 30mn away from Paris
Lacks many things but still far the best we got.
Countryside is 10/8 cant wait to move there one day
Cities in general are 0/8
Brisbane 3/10. Full of old people and shops close at 5:00pm
st pete 0/8 hate this swamp of mud and melting snow
Skopje 6/10 i would say
it looks nice on pictures and shit, but irl it sometimes looks depressing
i think for tourists it can be a fun city to visit, but honestly i prefer ohrid mostly cuz of the nice lake there
istanbul 0/8 . Very hard to live cuz of the dictator
Cologne 4/8 - nice people with open hearts (after enough beer), expensive living space, reliant on public transport that has aged very poorly, dating pool filled with homosexual people (im not gay but i dont have problem with it, just annoying that every 2nd woman/dude wants to date same sex)
Very clean, safe and nice city. Living costs are high tho and the city is very spread out. In the future I would like to live more removed from city life
Sarajevo is 6/8 8/8 to visit but air quality during the Winter is horible, the crime rate is okay there is alot of stuff to do. I mean if you have money than it's 7/8 probably since there is alot of mauntains and you can Winter there, most cities in BH are 7/8 if you have the money
-1 for too hot and humid sometimes
-1 for being very expensive city to live in nowadays
(Don’t live there anymore but grew up for the first 18 years of my life)
Berlin has a bit to love, a lot to like, and even more to hate.
The city is undoubtedly very vibrant, has a lot of Germany’s greatest sights, a ton of brilliant museums and in general a lot of good culture.
However the political landscape is an absolute mess, a crazy mix of extremists, delusionals and plain stupid people of just about all ideologies.
The bureaucracy is also some of the very worst in all of Germany.
And don’t get me started on the Architecture. The east looks like a socialist '70s nightmare, and the west is filled by a lot of utilitarian, bland buildings the likes of wich can be found in many cities devastated by WW2.
The nightlife is also overrated, it’s good but not better than in some other major Cities in Germany (Hamburg for example).
Also not too fond of the people either.
And it’s expensive as fuck for what it is.
And the Public Transport is amongst the very worst I have experienced, which sucks even more when you consider that it’s one of the largest European cities by area.
And the streets are generally shit too.
barcelona good and best in catalonia and spain
Not too big, but has everything I need.
Winter climate is shit though. Also very dirty in late autumn and early spring. Roads are bad comparing to bigger cities like Kazan, St. Petersburg or Moscow.
I wanna say 0/10, but tbh 3/10.
In June I am gonna visit my sister in Istanbul and cappadocia , hype me upp
6/8 Melbourne ignoring the past still probably one of the better cities in Australia
Strikes on Public Transport every week, feel like a sardine when not
busy, dirty, garbage filled streets
Traffic, no parking
High crime rates (for Europe)
Expensive as fuck (400 Euro per month on Transport. 1600 euro for a shitty apartament)
not like you see in movies :/
live 30 mins from Centre but doesn't feel like a city, huge park behind house
Lots of restaurants on Uber eats
Cant wait to go back home to the country side.
Village/small town > City
Visby pretty cool, too many people here during the summer tho
Love architecture, love culture, love entertainment, love transportation, love parks, love everything basically
UNESCO world heritage city, i like the history around the city and there's a mix of modern structures and authentic building of the past, has a pretty part of green places. Only dislike the tourists when its the season.
History, sea, a lot of green, nice climate.
Copenhagen 7/8, worst thing is weather. When summer comes, it is actually paradise (and not too expensive with a Danish salary).
Essen 8/8 capital of Ruhr area
Chaotic but alive af.
7/10 Lisbon. Expensive and alot of Brazilians
i am from Arvidsjaur and live in a smaller city called Älvsbyn up in the north of Sweden and i can noone have got robbed in like 12 years and there are like no crimes here except the people who have drug or alchole problems feelsgoodman
Only bad thing is the months between December and February when it rarely snows. And is just dark and cold.
Danish spring/summer is incredible, long days short nights. Opportunities to bathe either at the beach or in the harbor. Incredible food and good public transport.
Tampere 100/100 comfy place to live
very cold on winter and too warm in autumn
very long city and if u live in the edges u need drive to the middle of city for 1-1.5 hour
Curitiba 10/10 no complaints
Warsaw - honest 8/10, the city is very nice, I go everywhere by public transport and never had any problems with it, overall very cool, just could be a bit prettier but I guess that could be said about almost every city out there
I kept London safe for years by ordering my men to shoot innocents every now and then
About 30 min from Hamburg smaller city I'd say 6/8 cause there is nothing interesting to do here but it is quiet and does look good ^^
I personally love it here but
its too small to be really interesting and too big to be a small town (100k pop)
theres nothing to do here as a tourist, everything really cool about NB is an hour or 2 drive.
And we currently have a homelessness problem but its getting better each year
Edinburgh, its not bad 8/10
Dresden 8/8...city i wanted city i have
8/8 Northern Minnesota nothing but trees lakes and farm land small towns not alot of people.
drug fiesta. no new architecture, dirty as hell shithole, still love it because it's my shithole
Malmö, love this city and its much better than its reputation and how it is portrayed by media
Aveiro 8/10, chill small city, good infrastucture, used to be worse.
Close to the beach which is nice.
Normal people not living in cities in 2023.. Countryside and own house separated from others without television and internet is the only way.
5/10 my town is not partially exciting but it is a very safe place to live so it's alright
My town is awful. It's so dead, like. The only companies/shops is clothes, a cinema, barbers, supermarkets. All the shops are going bankrupt, and it will be replaced with apartments.
and for anyone asking. It's Frederikssund in Zealand, Denmark.
it's safe, decent size, nice historical and modern buildings, good public transport and bicycle access, will get even better when the tram is in place 2030, one of the best universities in Scandi and the oldest
We have healthcare and nothing else
And for the people calling it "Beautiful" only like 10% of the greater stockholm area is actually beautiful
Really good food, lots to do / see, night life is great, metro is pretty good tho city is somewhat expensive and dirty
Lalitpur 5/8 it's quite peaceful out here
People are burning garbage near my apartment window
Nonstop noise for the protest
but the part where I live is 1/10, fucking ghetto ass shit
Sucks because it is in France but very close to the alps
Trondheim, the vikings founded it in 997 and yeah they visited ur Constantinople( vikings called it ¨Miklagard¨) and some of the became mercenaries for the Empror
são paulo 3/8
the metro at 7-8AM is how you can start the day with a bad mood, not only is filled, but people dont understand that if you wait 5 seconds to let the people inside to leave the train, it will make their boarding more smooth. The buses are a roulette varying from normal occupation to the most crowded bus you've even seen, you always need to be aware at your surroundings specially if you need to use your phone, the central region is totally fucked up (abandoned buildings, crackheads and homeless everywhere), and of course, is a brazilian city, so expect the classic brazilian behavior of people trying to take advantage at everything
Beautiful buildings but weather is a fucking shit. We had only 6 sunny hours in a whole winter.
its hard to rate because ive never lived in different city.
- everything is close
- everything is here (work, shops, cinemas etc.)
- 7am-10am and 3pm-6pm - u basically cant go anywhere with car. Traffic is horrible during those hours.
- Too much people during working hours (i live near offices and all those office zombies walk around their offices idk why wtf cant even walk with my dog without doing slalom around them)
- Small amount of parks, which means when there is weekend u can't go to park because its overpopulated.
7/8 you have lake and mountains around, Olympic capital, very safe and even have a subway fwhile being a "small" city
Downsides is that it is expensive, swiss people (more older people) can be boring, limited nightlife
Oslo 4/8 wannabe gangsters stabbing eachother every week
I found architecture in SPB very romantic, not much modern 21st centery buildings and a lot of 19-20th centery from all three historic moments (Russian Empire, Soviet Union and 1990 Russia)
+ its very depressive city, each corner is something mysterious and dark, so its like depressive + romantic atmosphere
7/10 major downside is the weather, its so fucking cold for half the year, architecture is cool, tons of stuff to do, most of our sports teams suck rn and its pretty loud, every city kinda is tho
and no I have not been shot
dnipro 10/10 i love my city
Visby, best city in sweden! Its a summer paradise!
Very nice place, not a lot of violence and crime, yes there is crime but only on some dangerous spots, there are a lot of shoppings and places to visit but not a lot of things do as leisure such as walking around a park or practicing sports without renting for example. I also love the old architecture (idk if i spelled that right) on some parts, like the old castles, sadly most are not very preserved. The weather is not very good, it rains almost all days, not today tho as it is a 34 celsius heat
I would say 7/8 now. I like how fast my city is developing.
Milwaukee - 5.5/8
It's a rust belt city still in recovery and still suffers from lots of gun violence and opiate abuse, but the new mayor and his government finally has a solid plan to improve quality of life in the city and bring some life back to it, which is a great sign.
+ for pubs and restaurants
- for beeing r@pe capital of swedistan
santiago de chile la mejor ciudad del mundo
Do I rate the city I'm from or city I currently live in?
Cold weather but no threat of natural disasters
Highly educated; decent nightlife
Has infrastructure of big city but not too densely populated
some homelessness and drug problems like all cities
great sports town - food is above average
expensive to live in
Sacramento. 6/8. Great city, not too big to the point where you can only get around in a helicopter, and also still large enough to provide many opportunities for hard workers.
Negatives are: homelessness, bay area (San Francisco) people with a bunch of sheckels are buying up our real estate and moving here because they can't afford to live there. Driving house prices way up.
7/8 for me
The only thing I dislike is how dirty parts of it are, but I found other european Capitals, such as Rome to be more dirty.
Nightlife is 8/8, I party every weekend
History, Museums, also 8/8
Lots of Parks and bodies of water 8/8
International cuisine, you can eat whatever you want 8/8
I travel between both and Tallinn is ass
trying to harvest my info mens??? the country is all you get bozo
Rio Branco 7/8
It has everything I need within a maximum radius of 5 km
dallas, TX 6/8
great food, nightlife
great jobs and getting a lot of migration from california companies
gigantic metropolitan area with a lot to do
good colleges, decent k-12 schools (depends on where you are in the area)
very poor public transit
dallas mavericks, cowboys, stars, all great at their respective sports
IEM dallas every year
overall way better than houston, maybe san antonio, but worse than austin
idk it has mostly everything you'd want in a city
cons are that its ugly, beach is 100km away and its in brazil
oh yeah public transport is not amazing but theres always new train lines being built and its far above BR standards
35 out 10, but I won't tell you where
better train connections to capital and it would be 10/10
It depends in what sense, like city, history or some culture I would say maybe 7/8
but infrastructure 2/8
Salvador, 8/8 for tourists, 4/8 for natives
everything good except traffic
in PT so its good
starting to have lots of immigrants, crime is rising and the quality of life is turning into shit
leuven 8/10 during the day but alcohol abusing students make it a 6/10 at night
6/8, quiet countryside village but there is nothing to do
lyon, very nice and french capital of gastronomy
but some violence issues sometimes..
Easily the best and coolest city in Poland, not much else to say, oh yeah its a bit expensive
bit expensive, bit of bigotry, bit of dumb politics but everything else aight
Belgrade - not great not terrible..
Dehradun, india 6/8 traffic and bad road
?/8 because i stay inside all day
HELSINKI 10/10 GOOD METRO, MANY KEBAB PLACE AND KFC SINCE LAST YEAR.
i have a lot of complaints on it but honestly speaking it isn't all that bad, considering other cities in my country.
public transport is very easy to complain about but, in all honesty if i can get to school/work in a matter of about 10-15 minutes it really isn't as bad as it can be
not to mention there is basically almost everything i can ask for, a cinema, a mall, tons of restaurants, theatres, sports if i was interested in them, parks, museums etc. so all in all its a good city
small quiet city with beautiful nature but it's quite boring here
Goated infrastructure, especially public transport
Gets too busy sometimes but not hard to escape and find places to chill
Unlimited opportunities for both work and entertainment
Low crime unless you are actively looking for trouble
Decent rent, overall affordable if you have an ok job (luckily don't have to care about rent)
hoboken - 6/10
college city: incredibly small and very walkable
right across the hudson river from nyc, easy to get into nyc
great transit (PATH train for north jersey, NJTransit for rest of jersey)
everything is so fucking expensive which sucks as a part time worker/full time student
rent is so expensive and i have to move apartments next year which will kill me
homelessness affects a very small amount of the city, but i never really see any of them
Adelaide - 8/10
Pretty nice night life within the CBD. The hills and all the little towns within surrounding the city are absolutely stunning. Not an incredibly large amount to do tho unless you're into hindley street's famous (for the wrong reason) nightlife or wine. the beaches are not as good as the west and east coast ones, but we have some nice stone beaches if you're into that. fetivals festivals festivals
public transport is pretty good too
Ústí nad Labem
ass town full of gypsies who can't behave (they are more like an animals)
Jerusalem 5/8, to many religiose people, noting is open at Saturday, a lot of culture, many many bars, good transportation options, bad traffics, no sea, a lot of nature.
bar Valley Parade and Odsal Stadium
oh and the M606 (quickest way out)
Roskilde 7/8, not too big and not too small, fine restaurents, stores and mall. Only downside is that people park like idiots, but that's about it. Also a lot of parks and places to chill. Also the festival, which can be annyoing
11/10, almost amazing weather year round, cool hills, chad railway connectivity, great food, safe.
+tolerant and welcoming ppl
+lots of hotties
+affordable tourist areas
+good metropolitan city, hub for everything
+very active night life
-humidity makes it unbearable during summers
-streets too narrow
-municipalities give 0 fuck
-city planning 404