Budapest Most Livable City in Eastern Europe

Hungary Today presented, Economist wrote: “Budapest Most Livable City in Eastern Europe. Budapest became the leading city in Eastern Europe, well above the regional average, preceding both Prague and Moscow, while Vienna once again has become the world’s most livable city, according to The Economist’s’ annual list. Compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit, a sister company of ‘The Economist’, it ranks a total of 140 cities across 30 factors, including stability, health, culture, environment, education and infrastructure. Vienna achieved 99.1 out of the possible 100 points.”

“In the Eastern European region, Budapest finished first, well above the average score of the region with an impressive score above 90 points. On the other end of the list, Tashkent, Kiev and Istanbul became the less livable cities in the area. Following the nearly-perfect score of Vienna on the overall listing, Melbourne finished in second place, with a point that ranked it first back in 2017. The third is another Australian city, Sydney, fourth is Osaka, followed by Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto in Canada, with Tokyo (Japan), Copenhagen (Denmark) and Adelaide (Australia) in the top 10.”

Read the article here: Hungary Today

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