Published on : Friday, April 21, 2017
Dublin and Cork might fit a tourist’s choice for beer and food, nightlife, internet speed and access to contraception, while choosing where to live or visit. Both Irish cities ranked 33rd and 61st, respectively in a ranking of 100 worldwide locations best suited for millennials to live in or visit, compiled by Nestpick.
However, the top picks were Amsterdam, Berlin and Munich. Scores of each city were complied on the basis of Business Ecosystem, The Essentials, Openness and Recreation.
Millennials like to work and party hard, so the scores were based on their choices. Paris made it to the top 10, in ninth place, with London 16th, New York 64th and Sydney 86th.
The least attractive city, according to the millennials was Lima in Peru. To quote Omer Kücükdere, the managing director of Nestpick, “At Nestpick we’ve witnessed firsthand a clear pattern of migration among millennials from all over the world to specific cities.
UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization) data confirms that travellers among this generation choose these same cities for their leisure time, confirming a clear appeal of these cities over others for this group.”