New beginning perhaps?
Are you looking for a new beginning in life? We bring you the list of Best Countries In The World Today!
According to The Legatum Prosperity Index for 2018 that tracked the journey of 149 nations in order to answer the question – What Are The Best Countries In The World Today, the following are the top ten places for your ultimate happiness.
It is almost certain that you will make a good decision if you move to any of the northern European countries since they provide the best conditions for life in the world.
The research encompassed 50 different indicators, but all of them can be reduced to three main ones: basic human needs satisfaction, level of prosperity and opportunities in general.
OK – here is the list of best countries.
10. United Kingdom
UK or Great Britain is the largest of the British Isles, the largest European island, and the ninth largest island in the world. Birthplace of Shakespeare and the Beatles. Largest city – London is a globally influential center of finance and culture. Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) is fully surrounded by water, with the Atlantic Ocean on its west, the North Sea on its north, the English Channel to the south and the Irish Sea to the west.
Denmark is a Scandinavian country made up of the Jutland Peninsula and numerous islands. Copenhagen, its capital city, is home to royal palaces, the Tivoli amusement park and the iconic Little Mermaid statue. Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen, best known for his fairy tales, is from the city of Odense. Although Denmark is a relatively small country, its territory includes Greenland, the world’s largest island, as well as the Faroe Islands.
Sweden is located in Northern Europe and is part of Scandinavia. It is bordered by Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark via a land bridge. The country is the third largest country in the European Union by area. Drinking is common in Sweden, so if you’re thinking of dating a Swedish girl, you should know that she is most likely used to drinking wine, vodka or any other beverage with an alcohol percentage higher than five on a regular basis.
7. The Netherlands
The Netherlands is a socially tolerant country in northwestern Europe bordered by Germany and Belgium. Dutch people as a whole tend not to be fans of flashy behavior. If you are making lots of money, it is felt that much of it should be returned to the system for the greater good of society as a whole.
Australia has an interesting history from first being called ‘New Holland’ to then being home to lots of criminals who were sent there as punishment! It might have been a scary place to go back then but things have certainly changed. Australia is the sixth largest country in the world in terms of land mass.
Canada is the second largest country in the world, right after Russia. Canada is the World’s Most Educated Country: over half its residents have college degrees. Canada’s lowest recorded temperature was -81.4 degrees Fahrenheit (-63 C) in 1947. Canada has more lakes than the rest of the world’s lakes combined. OK – you all know about Justin Trudeau and his interesting government – but did you know that Queen Elizabeth II is their head of state?
Switzerland is a beautiful country that is located in Western Europe. Switzerland borders Germany to the north, Italy to the south, France to the east and Liechtenstein and Austria to the east. The country is completely landlocked. The country has four main languages, including German, French, Italian, and Romansh. The famous Lindt chocolate is made here!
Finland is a small country of a little over 5 million people, sandwiched between Russia and Sweden. Archaeological discoveries suggest that Finland was first inhabited by humans about 125,000 years ago.
The Kingdom of Norway is a country in northern Europe. When you ask people around the world what they associate with Norway chances are a lot of them will answer “fjords”. Norway has a multitude of fjords, all of which have their own unique characteristics.
1. New Zealand
New Zealand is an island that is located east of Australia in the Pacific Ocean. The country is also located south of New Caledonia, Tonga and Fiji. Although it is around the size of Japan, New Zealand’s population is just over four million, making it one of the world’s least populated countries. In 1893, New Zealand became the first country to give women the right to vote.