Warsaw and Wrocław were the only two Polish cities that broke into the top 100 cities to live in the world, according to the latest edition of the Quality of Living ranking compiled by Mercer.
Poland’s capital was ranked 81, while Wrocław took 100 spot. Vienna was the ranking leader for the 8th straight year, followed by Zurich and Auckland. European cities dominated the top 10, with 8 cities, including 3 from Germany and Switzerland each.
The index is based on several categories including: consumer goods, economic environment, housing, public services and transport, political and social environment among others.
Prague was ranked the highest among the CEE cities at 69, followed by Ljubljana (76) and Budapest (78).