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Named the best European cities for cultural recreation

Experts have compiled a rating of the most “cultural” cities in Europe. To do this, they looked at how many museums, theatres, attractions and cultural tours each city had per 100,000 inhabitants.

Based on these parameters, Uswitch gave each city a score on a scale of 1 to 10, and then came up with an overall final score. As a result, experts have prepared a list of 15 cities.

The first place in the ranking with the highest score – 9.85 out of 10 – was taken by Prague. Experts note that there are 200 historical parks and gardens in the city. There are also many other attractions worth visiting, such as the famous “dancing house”. In total, there are almost 15 such objects per 100,000 people.

Following Prague is Amsterdam with a total score of 9.81 out of 10. The capital of the Netherlands is a city of art. The famous Rijksmuseum is only one of eight museums for every 100,000 people. Amsterdam is also known for its monuments, buildings and parks such as the Royal Palace and Rembrandt Square. In fact, there are 9.3 attractions per 100,000 people.

Dublin closes the top three with 9.48 out of 10 points. The city is considered dynamic and historical at the same time. Dublin received the highest points of interest per 100,000 people with an impressive 8.5. These include cathedrals such as Christ Church and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, as well as historic buildings such as the Kilmainham Prison Museum.

The full ranking of the best cities in Europe for cultural holidays is as follows:

Prague – 9.85 out of 10;
Amsterdam – 9.81 out of 10;
Dublin – 9.48 out of 10;
Rome – 9.26 out of 10;
Munich – 8.60 out of 10;
Copenhagen – 8.56 out of 10;
Budapest – 8.49 out of 10;
London – 8.38 out of 10;
Berlin – 8.38 out of 10;
Milan – 8.27 out of 10;
Vienna – 8.05 out of 10;
Madrid – 7.75 out of 10;
Lisbon – 7.57 out of 10;
Warsaw – 7.54 out of 10;
Paris – 7.53 out of 10.

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