The best place to live in Czechia is the Central Bohemian town of Říčany, followed by Prague according to this year’s Quality of Life Index put together by the Obce v Datech project. The annual list is created by using big data analysis to crunch a wide array of statistics ranging from community services, to work, education and health conditions.
If you’re looking for the ideal place to settle down in Czechia then Říčany, a town with a population of around 16,000 which lies to the east of Prague, is probably your best bet. At least according to the annual Quality of Life Index, which has placed it at the top of its list for the past five years in a row.
The town has the best access to health services, the best environment and the best access to jobs in the whole country, the index suggests.
Prague came in second overall in this year’s list, ranking highest in areas such as access to services, transportation, security and activities. However, the index placed it as one of the worst places in the country when it comes to affordable housing.
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Author: Thomas McEnchroe