St. Petersburg took the second place in the rating of the most peaceful cities in Russia for life. This was reported by 78.ru on Monday, September 12, citing a study by the Rabota.ru and SberHealth services.
37% of respondents voted for the Northern capital.
The Russians called Nizhny Novgorod the most peaceful city for life, 42% of respondents voted for it. In third place was Sochi – 35% of the vote. The top ten included Yaroslavl, Kaliningrad, Vologda, Moscow, Kazan, Vladimir and Krasnodar.
As noted in the material, when compiling the rating, the measured pace of life and the availability of free time for residents, as well as friendly people, clean streets and traffic congestion, were taken into account.
Earlier, St. Petersburg was on the second line of the popularity rating for holidays in August among the regions of Russia. The city accounted for 20% of all bookings.