Toronto was named "best place to live" in the world by The Economist earlier this year. There is a reason why Torontonians are so narcissistic when it comes to their city...because we know it's the best. If you move here you'll get it too, promise.\nThere are actually endless reasons to move to Toronto, but here are ten general reasons to help convince you, if you aren't convinced yet:\nPhoto via Pelli Clarke Pelli\n1. There's a city underneath the city.\nYou don't have to walk outside in the winter to get around.\nPhoto via Flavorwire\n2. Unique coffee shops outnumber Starbucks locations.\nBalzac’s Coffee Roastery located in an old warehouse in the Distillery District is considered one of most remarkable coffee shops in all of Canada.\nPhoto by John Vetterli via Flikr\n3. The Toronto Islands offer an escape from the city.\nThere are no cars on the islands...but there is an amusement park.\nPhoto via Ernie Kwong via Flikr\n4. The islands also have a number of beautiful beaches.\nIncluding one of the few nude beaches in the country.\nPhoto via torontoislandsup\n5. We have fun ways to get fit.\nThere is no opportunity more Insta-worthy than paddleboard yoga on the island.\nPhoto via @bkenny13\n6. We have the best food market in the world.\nSt. Lawrence Market was named best food market in the world by National Georaphic.\nPhoto by Steven H. via Flikr\n7. There's a neighbourhood for everyone.\nGreektown, Koreatown, Little India, Little Italy and six Chinatowns. There is a reason Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world.\nPhoto via @ericacorinne\n8. There's even a neighbourhood for hipsters.\nKensington Market is possibly the strangest place on earth, in a good way.\nPhoto via Kristen McCracken\n9. There's a place and a community for anyone who wants to come here.\nYou will 100% find your people somewhere in Toronto.\nPhoto via brightside\n10. We're just a friendly bunch of people in general.\nUnless you walk slow in front of us...then we have a problem.