Prague has been named the best city due to the city’s access to water parks, museums and amusement parks. There are 15 per 1,000,000 residents and tourists. The average for European cities in the study is just 3, that’s a 500% difference in Prague’s favour.
The Czech capital also ranks in first place for access to museums. More than Paris, Amsterdam, Milan and Berlin. There are 280 in the city, with other cities around Europe averaging 97.
Prague also has some of the safest streets in Europe. The city’s crime index is 24, only Zurich, Munich and Zagreb have safer streets from the cities in the study. At the opposite of this particular category is Birmingham, Marseille and Naples – where parents should keep an even more keen eye on their children’s exploits.
Considering air quality when holidaying abroad is an upcoming phenomenon with air pollution rising. Prague has the fourth cleanest air when comparing other cities on the continent. Its ranking is only beaten by Copenhagen, Helsinki and Edinburgh.