Palma de Mallorca voted best city to live in the world
Maybe some freelance translators considering to establish abroad can find it interesting. If you like to travel, you can easily work as a freelance translator from anywhere in the world while living a new experience and improving your languages skills. Of course this kind of rankings are always relative and subjective, but at least they can give you some ideas and inspiration.
Palma de Mallorca tops the list of the 50 best cities on the planet to live in. The annual ranking by the Sunday Times hoists the Mallorcan capital to first place counting criteria such as environment, climate and quality of life, close to Es Trenc, a beach with Caribbean air, the luxurious Port of Andratx and the mountainous area of Deià.
As the journalist puts it, Palma de Mallorca is “a small city which has everything, situated on a lovely island.”
This puts the island capital ahead of major cities such as 2. Toronto (Canada), 3. Auckland (New Zealand), 4. Hoi An (Vietnam) and 5 Berlin (Germany) which are among the top five places to live.
Palma (/ˈpɑːlmə/ or /ˈpɑːmə/, Catalan: [ˈpalmə], Spanish: [ˈpalma]), in full Palma de Mallorca, is the capital and largest city of theautonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. It is situated on the south coast of the island Majorca on the Bay of Palma. As of the 2009 census, the population of the city of Palma proper was 401,270, and the population of the entire urban area was 621,000, ranking as the twelfth largest urban area of Spain. Almost half of the total population of Majorca live in Palma. The Cabrera Archipelago, though widely separated from Palma proper, is administratively considered part of the municipality. Its airport, Son Sant Joan, serves over 22 million passengers each year. The Marivent Palace was offered by the city to the then Prince Juan Carlos I of Spain. The royals have since spent their summer holidays in Palma.
Local News on the publication of the Ranking
Featured post image: : Platja de Palma in S’Arenal, Palma, Spain (cc
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