Well, it depends a bit on how you look at web browsers and what you value.
Personally, I'm unwilling to contribute to the Chromium monoculture as I feel it's detrimental to the health and collaboration of the web overall. As a result, if that is something you value, realistically the only browser that makes sense to use is Firefox (which is also what I use these days) and to a lesser degree Safari. Edge, Opera, Vivaldi, Brave and more all are based on Chromium, so from that particular point of view they are all essentially Chrome - which you may or may not take issue with depending on your views.
From a purely functional standpoint, Opera is serviceable these days - though if you are looking for something more like the older days of Opera, Vivaldi is a better bet since it is developed by the old Opera devs and very similar in philosophy. Though again, both are Chromium-based so if that is a concern Firefox is very much the way to go.
In general I can also recommend Firefox from a privacy standpoint, in particular now that Chromium-based browsers are set to make some pretty sweeping changes that will have severe privacy impacts.
(on a side note, I would disregard my earlier comments in this thread - they were made a very long time ago when my takes were not nearly as nuanced or well reasoned )