Summertime in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Summertime in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

30 cities where everyone under 30 wants to live right now

Talia Lakritz
Thursday 27 July 2017 13:50
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Millennials will go to extreme lengths to live in expensive cities instead of languishing in the suburbs.

Nestpick, an apartment-hunting site, compiled the "Millennials Cities Ranking" based on 16 factors to determine which places are the most desirable to this much-discussed age bracket.

The ranking examined essentials like the cost of living, accessibility of public transportation, and employment opportunities. It also considered factors of particular interest to millennials such as internet speed, gender equality, the affordability of beer, and the number of Apple stores per capita.

Here are the 30 cities where millennials live.

30. Glasgow, United Kingdom

The University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom.

29. Vienna, Austria

28. Madrid, Spain

27. Marseille, France

26. Oslo, Norway

A train travels through the mountains between Bergen and Oslo, Norway.

25. Bristol, United Kingdom

24. Toronto, Canada

23. Auckland, New Zealand

22. Bordeaux, France

21. Manchester, United Kingdom

20. Helsinki, Finland

Market Square in Helsinki, Finland.

19. Prague, Czech Republic

18. Nantes, France

17. Rotterdam, Netherlands

16. London, United Kingdom

15. Montreal, Canada

14. The Hague, Netherlands

13. Valencia, Spain

A lookout from Pope Luna's castle in Valencia, Spain.

12. Zurich, Switzerland

11. Lille, France

10. Vancouver, Canada

9. Paris, France

8. Cologne, Germany

A view over the Rhine River in Cologne, Germany.

7. Lyon, France

6. Barcelona, Spain

5. Antwerp, Belgium

4. Lisbon, Portugal

3. Munich, Germany

2. Berlin, Germany

1. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Summertime in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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