In a ranking of Poland’s most livable cities, Poznań has come in first, with Kraków in third and Gdańsk in sixth. And while the big money jobs may be in Warsaw, money apparently isn’t everything, as the Polish capital managed a rather poor 13th place showing.
Przekrój magazine ranked all of Poland’s cities with populations of more than 175,000 on the basis of 25 criteria. Some of those criteria included “real estate costs, average salaries and unemployment rates, availability and quality of public transport, medical care, technology, education, as well as access to cultural activities and entertainment.”
Here’s the complete ranking.