What if your tourist destination this year was a city that ranked first in terms of cleanliness, it will definitely be an enjoyable trip knowing that all the countries that ranked first in terms of cleanliness are also among the most beautiful cities in the world, the world of traveler today transferred to you a list of the cleanest cities in the world for this year Know it (in descending order):
10-Freiburg, Germany: A relatively small German city, located in the Baden-Württemberg region in the far southwest of the country, Freiburg is one of the world’s most environmentally conscious cities due to its adoption of sustainability approaches since the 1970s.
9- Oslo, Norway:
It is the official capital of the Kingdom of Norway and its largest city, as in 2012 the general population of it reached 617,242 people, and exceeded one million in the surrounding urban agglomeration. The city of Oslo is the main cultural, industrial and economic center, and one of the most important seaports for the Kingdom of Norway.
8- Helsinki, Finland:
The capital and largest city of Finland. It is located in the southern province of Uusima, on the banks of the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea.
Helsinki is the largest political, educational, financial, cultural and research center in Finland. It is also an important regional city in the Baltic Sea and Northern Europe. About 70% of foreign companies operating in Finland have settled in the Helsinki region.
7- Wellington, New Zealand:
The capital of New Zealand. The city is the second largest city in New Zealand and the most populous capital city of Oceania. The city is located in the Wellington region, south of New Zealand’s North Island, in the center of the country.
6- Copenhagen, Denmark:
The capital and most populous city of Denmark, its first economic, political and cultural center, and its main port.
Copenhagen extends over two converging islands, the largest section of which is located on the east coast of Zeeland, and the smaller Christian Shavn is located on Amager Island, linking bridges between the two halves of the city. In the middle of the city is the municipality hall, from which the main streets and roads branch out, and on the sides of the square are offices of commercial companies, hotels, parks and amusement parks.
5- Kobe City in Japan:
It is a city in Japan. The capital and largest city of Hyogo Prefecture is located southwest of the island of Honshu. The city is located in the Kansai region, and forms a major city in the Keihanshin district.
4- Minneapolis in the United States of America:
Minneapolis is the largest city in the state of Minnesota located in the north of the United States of America. It is located on both banks of the Mississippi River. Saint Paul borders the state capital, and the two cities together are nicknamed the Twins.
3- Honolulu, Hawaii:
It is the capital and largest city of the US state of Hawaii. “Honolulu” means “sheltered bay” or “shelter”.
2- Adelaide, Australia:
It is the capital and most populous city of South Australia, and the fifth largest city in Australia, with a population of over 1.1 million. It is a coastal city located near the Southern Ocean, in the plains of Adelaide, north of the Florio Peninsula, between the Bay of Saint Vincent and the Lofti mountain range.
1- Calgary, Canada:
Calgary is the largest city in the province of Alberta, as it is located in the southern part of Alberta, and is bordered on the north side by Edmonton, the capital of Alberta province, and by about 80 kilometers on the eastern side, the Rocky Mountain. Calgary is famous as the destination for many athletes. Winter sports specialists.