Millennials' favorite cities

The millennials, young people born between 1981 and 1995, are considered as a lazy, narcissistic and spoiled generation. However, it must be borne in mind that they are also digital, critical, not very materialistic, reformist, committed and participatory, as well as demanding. In fact, they have high expectations when it comes to choosing where to live. The company Nepstick has carried out a study that shows which are the best cities for the so-called Millennium Generation.

The 2,000 people who have participated in the Millennial Cities Ranking They have evaluated criteria such as gender equality, employment, the quality of public transport, LGBT tolerance, Internet speed, the price of housing, the price of beer, access to contraceptives, tolerance with immigration, tourist attractions or the number of Apple Stores. Curiously, in this world ranking we can find five Spanish cities in the top 50: Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Madrid, Seville and Granada. Of course, only Barcelona has managed to sneak into the top 10 that we show you below. Would you like to join us?

Amsterdam, Holland

According to the study, the preferred city for millennials is Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, which has stood out above all for its LGBT tolerance, its tourism, its festivals and its startups. Of course, it has not scored very well in accommodation, food or employment.

Berlin Germany

The second city in the ranking is Berlin, the capital of Germany, which has obtained a outstanding in the night scene, although it also stands out in factors such as gender equality and LGBT and tourism. However, it suspends employment, festivals and access to contraceptive methods.

Munich, Germany

In third position we find another German city. This is Munich, which stands out in job, startups and transportation. However, the millennials They have negatively rated their festivals, their accommodation, their Internet speed and access to contraceptive methods.

Lisbon Portugal

The capital of Portugal occupies the fourth position in the ranking thanks to the price of beer, to their food, transportation and festivals. Of course, Lisbon has taken a lousy note in employment.

Antwerp, Belgium

The fifth best city for the Millennium Generation is Antwerp, which has stood out above all for its number of Apple stores, in addition to its connection to Internet. However, it has gotten quite a low mark in tourism.

Barcelona, ​​Spain

The only city that appears in the top 10 of this list is Barcelona, ​​which, as it could not be otherwise, suspends in job. Of course, the Catalan capital stands out in important aspects such as tolerance of the LGBT community, tourism or health.

Lyon, France

In seventh place we find Lyon, a French city that has obtained the highest score in health. In addition, he has obtained a very good grade transport and in the number of Apple Stores. Instead, it has suspended tourism, food, beer prices, and tolerance for immigration.

Cologne, Germany

We return to Germany to talk to you about Cologne, which occupies the eighth position in the ranking. The city stands out on stage nocturnal and gender equality. However, it has had a very bad mark in tourism.

Paris France

Another French city that appears in the list is Paris, which, as it could not be otherwise, has obtained a great grade in tourism. Of course, his grade in health and night scene has been even better, obtaining the highest score. However, the French capital has suspended employment, housing, food, tolerance for immigration and the price of beer.

Vancouver, Canada

Finally, we have to talk about Vancouver, Canada, which has obtained excellent marks in festivals, LGBT tolerance, immigration tolerance, Apple stores and startups. However, it suspends in night scene and housing.

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Top 10 Millennial Cities | The B1M (November 2021)

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