What’s more, as in the event that that wasn’t injuring enough, the nation judged to offer the finest quality of life in the world is none other than our closest, be that as it may not continuously friendliest neighbour, France.
The list of 191 nations was arranged by the U.S. travel magazine Worldwide Living utilizing nine criteria – cost of living, culture what’s more, leisure, economy, environment, freedom, health, infrastructure, safety, what’s more, climate.
Britain is beaten by such impossible idylls as Bulgaria, Panama, the Czech Republic what’s more, Slovenia. We indeed had to share our humble 37th position with Ecuador, Lithuania, Iceland, Greece what’s more, Cyprus.
We scored ineffectively on weather, cost of living, transport framework what’s more, wellbeing service, yet exceedingly on economy what’s more, social freedoms.
France dashed ahead on the quality of its high-speed TGV trains, sufficient supply of clinic beds, culture, ski resorts, beaches, atmosphere what’s more, generally low cost of living.
Reports recommend the appraisals are reflected in emigration, with crowds of Britons heading over the Channel to live.
A later study by Bordeaux College of 2,750 Britons arranging to move to France found the point of numerous was to recover the gentler lifestyle, sense of community, old-fashioned values what’s more, town markets, that typified England in the 1950s.
Another fascination is moderate homes – a three-bedroom property with swimming pool what’s more, arrive in the expat safe house of the Dordogne costs between Â£100,000 what’s more, Â£250,000.
Italy too fared well, wrapping up 8th with a consummate 100 for culture, what’s more, too scoring exceedingly on climate, cost of living what’s more, transport.
Britain was beaten by Uruguay, Hungary what’s more, Slovakia since of their lower cost of living what’s more, better weather.
Countries with a comparative climate, like Holland, Denmark, Luxembourg what’s more, Germany, beat us on wellbeing benefit what’s more, infrastructure.
Laura Sheridan, of Worldwide Living, said: “France has a great climate, pristine countryside, awesome wellbeing mind what’s more, ostensibly the most sentimental capital in the world.
“Britain is without a doubt an financial powerhouse with a solid what’s more, identifiable culture, yet it is too expensive, its transport lets it down – what’s more, it downpours a lot.”