Study: European Cities Top List of Best for Newlyweds
July 21, 2020 Marsha Mowers
Prague tops the list as the best place to ‘Czech’ out for newlywed couples. The city scored highly on the number of green spaces, the cost of transport and the number of cultural activities on offer.
Interestingly, the top 4 best cities for newlyweds are situated in Europe; with Prague taking top spot and Athens, Venice, and Rome taking second, third, and fourth, respectively.
The study by Purely Diamonds reveals the top cities for newlyweds to consider, based on the elements that are the most important to new married couples. Among other findings:
- The top 4 best cities for newlyweds are situated in Europe; with Prague taking top spot and Athens, Venice, and Rome taking second, third and fourth
- Europe comes out on top as the best continent for newlyweds
- The lowest-scoring cities were Tokyo, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Osaka
- Prague is one of the cheapest places to commute, where you can get a monthly ticket for the equivalent of £18.27 per person
- Tokyo tops the list for the best-earning potential, followed by Shanghai and Guangzhou
- Prague topped the list as the city with the greenest spaces
- Combining the number of museums, restaurants, cinemas, and theatres put Tokyo in the top spot for culture, followed by New York and Istanbul
- Seoul in South Korea tops the list as the best city for foodies
- Inverness tops the list as the best UK destination for newlyweds to settle down in as they begin life as a married couple
Using a weighted ranking system, the study assigned a score to each city. This took into account the factors described above. Each of these factors was weighted and assigned a value with lower numbers equalling a better experience for newlywed couples.
Find the full study by Purely Diamonds here: https://www.purelydiamonds.co.uk/
About the Author
Marsha Mowers made the move to editorial side of travel after many years working in destination marketing where she represented places such as NYC and Las Vegas. Her experience on “both sides” of the industry has put her in a unique position to provide valuable context to both readers and trade partners. Marsha also serves as Director of Content for TravelPulse Canada