Where are the weather conditions best for living? Sometimes weather conditions and wealth of country would not coincide well. That can be seen on example of Netherlands or Belgium for example, wealthy rich countries which have depressive, humid and rainy weather. And on the other side we have some poor countries that have perfect weather conditions.
But the perfect weather conditions are what? Well, different to everyone of course. Also we sould have in mind distinction between weather and climate on this matter
Climate is somewhat a summarized representation of the average weather on the planet. As weather, the climate is influenced by temperature, humidity, pressure, elevation, precipitation, latitude and so on. At the beginning of the 20th century, Wladimir Köppen made the first climate division, which, with some revision is still used today, known as the Köppen–Geiger climate classification. By that classification, the whole climate on the Earth is divided into five main groups with subdivisions (depending on temperature, humidity, and other factors): tropical, arid, temperate, continental and polar. Now, weather, as we have said, is somewhat more of a temporal thing. Of course, you wouldn’t expect to see snow in equatorial belt deserts (though on some rare occasions as it was this winter, there was actually snow in Sahara), or dry, warm days in, say, Norway.
So there must be some kind of criteria when picking the places in the world with the best climate all year round. Well, for the majority of people those would be tropical places with lots of sunshine and no weather extremes, no strong cold winds, no extreme heat or coldness, well, just some conditions for careless pleasant life. We have found some suggestions of the 15 Countries with the Best Weather All Year Round on the Insider Monkey, so check them out to see if you agree on them.