Do you enjoy classical music, dreamy waltzes, crispy schnitzel, and heavenly chocolate layer cake? If so, you'll be happy to know that Vienna has claimed this year's title of the world's most livable city, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit's annual index.
The capital of Austria topped the annual ranking of the world's most livable cities, ousting Melbourne, Australia, from its seven-year reign at No. 1. (The Australian city didn't drop far this year; it came in second place.)
Rounding out the top 10 list were cities with heavy representation from Australia, Canada, and Japan. Honolulu, Hawaii was deemed the most livable city in America, coming in at No. 23. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania followed at No. 32, with Washington, D.C. ranking at No. 37.
The Economist Intelligence Unit's annual list assesses 140 different cities based on factors like stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure, though we'd venture to say that the city's signature, dreamy Sachertorte alone is enough to get us booking our tickets, stat!