The Economist names Vienna the world’s most liveable city

04 Sep 2019

The Economist has named Vienna the world's best city to live in, for the second year running.

The report, which takes into account 30 factors and entails rigorous research, assesses 140 cities based on stability, healthcare, infrastructure, environment, culture and education.

Vienna topped the poll last year, and this year scored a near-perfect 99.1 out of 10. 

Our congratulations go to the municipal government, who are committed to providing an outstanding quality of life to the city's 2 million residents.

The new brand for Vienna was developed by Saffron in partnership with saintstephens and Instant Design and launched in April 2019. It is designed for residents and employees of the government, one of Austria's largest employers.

See the full project here.