A quality of life survey has again found Říčany in Central Bohemia to be the best municipality in the Czech Republic. Prague was judged second best place to live in the study of 206 municipalities, which was carried out by the company Obce v datech and Deloitte.
Orlová in the Moravian Silesian Region was judged to have the lowest quality of life, repeating its position last year.
The survey takes into account 29 factors, including level of health, environment, access to health care, quality of services and conditions for work, housing and education.
New foreigners’ law to change conditions for non-EU nationals
Czech rock climber Adam Ondra knocked out of World Cup in Japan
Czech foreign ministry reports record number of visa applications
New index shows locations with best quality of life in Czech Republic
Archaeologists unearth rare Renaissance-Baroque brew house in ‘Czech Paradise’