Best countries to live in Europe
France – the best place to live in Europe.
According to recent study of quality of life in the European Union, conducted by a British company uSwitch, the best country to live in the EU – it is France and Spain, while Britain and Ireland – the worst. UK ranks 9 th in the ranking (consisting of 10 European countries), due to the high cost of living in the country, the low government subsidies for health and education, a small number of weekends and vacation days, and late retirement. In France, the retirement age is the youngest (as well as in Poland), the state spends the largest amount on health care (11% of GDP), the French have 36 days off per year, compared with 28 days in the UK, and France is second only to Spain and Italy on the number of sunny days per year. Spain ranks second in the rankings. In this European country, the highest number of sunny days, the lowest prices on alcohol and the highest number of holidays per year – 43. However, the Spanish government spends less on education for all.
10 best countries to live in the European Union:
9. United Kingdom