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Inclusive Cities: Spotlight on Hungary



According to Cushman & Wakefield's Inclusive Cities Barometer, Budapest is a 'rapid riser', along with other capitals from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and major cities in Southern Europe. This reflects Budapest's growing strength in inclusiveness, though there are still areas needing improvement in social initiatives.



Budapest: Growing Strength in Inclusiveness

The top three drivers contributing to Budapest's inclusiveness are:

  • Strong Educational Attainment and Proficiency: Budapest boasts a robust talent pool, especially in tech-related industries, thanks to high levels of educational achievement and skill proficiency.
  • Affordable Public Transport: Budapest ensures accessibility for everyone through its affordable public transport system. The city's monthly public transport pass is ranked among the most economical in Europe by the International Association of Public Transport.
  • Low Crime Rates: With a crime index lower than many other European capitals, Budapest offers safe streets and a secure environment for its residents and visitors.


Global Insights and Resources
For detailed insights and information on all cities evaluated across  APAC and EMEA, visit the Global Inclusive Cities Barometer website.

Cushman & Wakefield is dedicated to supporting investors, developers, and occupiers in maximising social value through their real estate endeavours. To learn more about how we can assist you in your journey towards creating inclusive urban environments, contact us today.
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