The world’s healthiest city has been named –’surrounded by nature,’ according to British expats.
Expats from the United Kingdom frequently relocate to other countries in search of a better quality of life.
What is the world’s healthiest city?
According to a new study by Lenstore, the world’s healthiest and happiest city for British expats is…
Lenstore evaluated each city based on obesity rates, happiness rates, gym membership costs, sunny hours, and other factors.
Vienna, Austria’s capital, was discovered to be the healthiest city in the world for British expats.
In Vienna, the average life expectancy is 80 years.
Vienna appealed to one German expat because it was “surrounded by nature,” according to InterNations.
Vienna had an average of 1,884 hours of sunshine per year and was also rated highly for happiness.
The Nationalpark Donau Auen, which stretches from Vienna to the Slovakian border, is one of the city’s many beautiful parks.
Vienna’s healthiest city rating may surprise British expats who enjoy the city’s traditional cuisine.
Wiener Schnitzel is an 18th-century breaded and fried veal escalope.
Although many people enjoy the dish, it is not the healthiest option.
In addition, Vienna is the world’s cake capital.
Viennese cafes are famous for their delicious treats, such as sachertorte and apple strudel.
However, as long as traditional Vienna cuisine is consumed in moderation, expats in the city can expect to live a healthy lifestyle.
Dubai, the Middle Eastern hotspot, was ranked as the world’s second healthiest city.
Unsurprisingly, the city boasted a whopping 3,509 hours of sunshine per year.
When it comes to exercise, British expats in Dubai are spoiled for choice, with over 1,889 outdoor activities to choose from, according to the study.
Outside of the sweltering summer season, the Hatta region offers a vast array of outdoor activities.
Mountain biking or hiking one of the area’s rocky mountain passes is an option for British expats, while Hatta Lake offers beautiful kayaking.
Because it can be too hot to exercise outside in the UAE during the summer, Dubai has a plethora of reasonably priced gyms.
Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, was ranked as the third healthiest city in the world for British expats.
Copenhagen scored particularly well in terms of clean air, and pollution levels are relatively low in the city.
Copenhagen expats will also benefit from a good work-life balance, with residents working an average of 25 hours per week.
Copenhagen has a large network of cycle lanes, making it simple to live a healthy lifestyle.
The German finished fourth.
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