Amsterdam comes out top in survey
The survey uses 40 different categories to compare 50 largest Dutch cities.
18 April 2008
THE NETHERLANDS - Amsterdam is still the best place to live in the Netherlands, according to the 2008 Dutch Municipality Atlas.
Using more than 40 different categories, the Municipality Atlas compares the 50 largest Dutch cities. The categories include job opportunities, public safety and access to green spaces.
According to the Atlas, Utrecht and Haarlem are also among the most attractive places to live in the Netherlands. Bottom of the list was Heerlen.
The municipality survey found that Rotterdam had the highest number of people living on benefits and Maastricht has the best restaurants.
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[Radio Netherlands / V. Tudose / Expatica]