Quality of Life in ČR 2018: Prague 2nd, Brno 16th out of 206 towns
“The City in Data” [“Obce v datech”] project has published a Quality of Life Index 2018 that compares over 200 cities. The Index assesses the quality of life in Czech cities and towns using factors such as health and the environment, material security, education, relationships and services. The relationship between price and quality of life has played a key role in assessing the best places to live in the Czech Republic. Photo: Pixabay
Brno, Jun 27 (BD) – Říčany in Central Bohemia won, with the highest possible ranking of 10 points. Prague came second with a very high score of 9.8 points. The wide availability of services and health facilities in these areas contributed to the high rankings.
Brno scored 6.8 points, ranking 16th nationwide and third in the South-Moravian region. The Moravian capital ranked high in the category of “Health and Environment”, defined as accessibility of health care, public health and the environment, ranked eighth in the country with 8 points. On the other hand, Brno scored low in the category “Material security and Education” measured in indexes of employment, economic status and education, ranked 190th nationwide with just 2 points.
Of South Moravian towns, Hustopeče was ranked the highest. The town with 6000 inhabitants in Břeclav region, known for its wine and almond orchards, ranked ninth nationally. Znojmo however, once called “The pearl of South Moravia” ranked very low, in 186th position.
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