My hometown has a saying or motto on their sign which reads, "Where life is worth living" and I'm trying to complete a Russian exercise for a language course in which I give a tour of my hometown in Russian.
My best idea of how to say this is, "Тут Стоит Жить"
However, I was wondering if anyone more skilled in the language knows the most natural way to say this?
To use this phrase in a sentence, you would say, "This town is a place where life is worth living".
It's meant to sound positive and catchy. In reality, it is sometimes used ironically when things go poorly in the town, but in general, it is a positive thing to say.