The Finnish capital is ranked first in the world’s cities for having a family, according to a study performed by Movinga and published by the Daily Mail.
Parental leave, educational quality, healthcare, employment rates, air quality, kid-friendly activities… In all, 16 criteria were taken into account for this study, which was carried out between October 23 and November 19, 2019 in order to determine the world’s best cities for having a family. No fewer than 150 destinations were analyzed.
The countries of Scandinavia are often considered to be models for society, and in this ranking there is no exception. Helsinki, Finland wins the gold medal in this study and Oslo, Norway takes the bronze.
It appears that it’s best to bet on countries where temperatures don’t climb high for the best possible conditions for raising children. Canada’s Quebec City is ranked in second place, and the rest of the overall top 10 are Munich, Germany (4th), Copenhagen, Denmark (5th place), Stockholm, Sweden (6th), Reykjavik, Iceland (7th), Calgary (8th) and Montreal (9th) in Canada, and Gothenburg, Sweden (10th).
American cities came in tops for kids’ activities with Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco taking the top three places for that criterion, while Singapore, Calgary and Vancouver were rated highest for education.
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