Helsinki earned the highest for score for openness in a new rating. Considering thousands of cities from all over the world, the Millennial Cities Ranking defined the top 100 places, where young people can live in 2017.
The only city that obtained an “excellent” for gender equality was Helsinki, and it also was rated as the third best city for immigration tolerance, it was rated as the fifth best city for transport infrastructure as well. However, at the same time the Finnish capital was rated as 61st city for health situation, 70th for residential construction conditions and 90th for beer producing. Helsinki was posted at 20 positions in the overall rating and was the only Finnish city on the list.