If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live? According to a new study from rental company Nestpick, that looked at the best cities in the world for young people Canada is a pretty good place to start! With three Canadian cities listed in the study’s “top 20 cities in the world for Generation Z to live,” it seems that there really is no place quite like home!\nWhile it was actually London, U.K. that took the top spot as the most perfect place for Generation Z-ers to live, Toronto wasn’t too far behind, coming in fourth place! Canada’s biggest city was only beaten by Stockholm and Los Angeles for second place, but to compete that highly on a global scale is still pretty impressive!\nNot to be outdone, Vancouver and Montreal also placed in the study’s top 20, coming in 10th and 15th place respectively. They joined incredible cities such as Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin at the top-end of the list, with researchers deeming both as incredible places to live as a young person.\nView this post on Instagram Wrought-iron staircases, old-style stone masonry, walk-up duplexes, boutiques, and other unique stores make up @Montreal's hip Plateau-Mont Royal neighbourhood. One of the best ways to explore the city is by bike, so we recommend renting from a local bike store or using one of the many @biximtl or @JUMPbyUber bikes scattered throughout the city. #ExploreCanada . 📷@shanellerivera 📍@montreal, @tourismequebec . #QuebecOriginal #Montreal #MTLmoments ##leplateau A post shared by Explore Canada (@explorecanada) on Jul 24, 2019 at 4:00pm PDT\nThe study defined Generation Z as anyone who was born between 1997 and 2012, and took into consideration all of the aspects of life that this generation would find to be important. In particular, the study focused on affordability, security, diversity, social equality and commitment to climate, as well as connectivity and the degree of digitalization.\nThis connectivity and digitalization were determined by considering things like a city’s willingness to use new technologies, the amount of digital payment options and the strength of a city’s sharing economy, such as the availability of services like Uber.\nEach city was scored out of 100 on a number of similar factors, before they were given an overall mark out of 100 for the city’s compatibility with Generation Z.\nView this post on Instagram Waking up early gets a lot easier when you have a poolside view of Toronto’s vibrant downtown. The Thompson Hotel is located in Toronto's King West Village, an area known for its eclectic nightlife and historic factory buildings that now house fashion outlets and top-notch restaurants. #ExploreCanada . 📷@erinkayyeung 📍@seetorontonow, @ontariotravel . #SeeTorontoNow #DiscoverON #Toronto A post shared by Explore Canada (@explorecanada) on Jul 23, 2019 at 8:01am PDT\nResearchers at Nestpick explained, “A shortlist of prominent, international cities were selected based on their reputation as destinations to pursue work and education, as well as those who have shown initiative to act on the demands of previous generations such as Millennials and Generation X.”\nThis comes just as it was also announced that Canada was rated one of the world’s best places to visit in 2019, proving that Canada has so much more to offer than we probably give it credit for!\nView this post on Instagram Strolling the cobblestone streets of Old Quebec City is one of the best ways to explore the historic attractions of one of Canada’s most charming and oldest cities. While you’re at it, make sure to treat yourself to a scoop of gelato from local producer Kerrmess (@kerrmess). #ExploreCanada⠀ ⠀ 📷: @manucoveney⠀ 📍: @quebeccity, @tourismequebec ⠀ #quebeccite #quebecoriginal ⠀ A post shared by Explore Canada (@explorecanada) on Jul 11, 2019 at 9:39am PDT\nSo, if you’re young and living in Canada, count yourself lucky! This is one of the best places on earth for you to be!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.