After the initial global index, Big 7 Travel now broadened its portfolio with a special focus on European cities. The word ‘friendly’ might not instantly come to mind when you think of some of the busiest cities in Europe, but with all those people comes a lot of good. So they asked their social audience of 1.5 million people “where you would find the friendliest cities in Europe?”
From how easy the city is to navigate or strangers helping you find your way when that pesky roaming data doesn’t work to making new best friends in a local bar, these are the cities across the continent where you’ll be made to feel the most welcome.
Eastern European cities rated highly overall, with more than one UK, German and Spanish cities also making it into the Top 10. As for the most friendly city? You’ll just have to read on…
Whenever we come accross such an article we alaways look for our lovely capital on the list.
This time Budapest is ranked in the 22nd place, making it a strong midfielder.
10th. Oslo, Norway
9th. Seville, Spain
8th. Athens, Greece
7th. Bratislava, Slovakia
6th. Gothenburg, Sweden
5th. Glasgow, Scotland
4th. Dublin, Ireland
3rd. Hamburg, Germany
2nd. Bruges, Belgium
1st. Prague, Czech Republic
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Source: Big 7 Media