Budapest Residents Happy With Public Spaces

  • 25 May 2018 3:52 PM
  • Hungary Matters
Budapest Residents Happy With Public Spaces
Fully 83% of Budapest residents are satisfied with the public spaces in the city, among the highest rates in capitals in the European Union, a Eurostat survey shows.

The survey conducted in 2015 shows satisfaction rates with markets, squares and pedestrian areas among residents of European capitals ranged between 41% and 88%.

 The rates were highest in Luxembourg and Vienna (both 88%), Stockholm (87%) and Ljubljana (86%).

 

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