The survey looked at 1,000 cities worldwide and narrowed the list down to the top 100.
With a score of 97.45 out of 100 points, Luxembourg City and Ljubljana ranked just behind Stuttgart (with a perfect 100 score) and Edinburgh (99.69), and just ahead of Bristol, Bern and Vancouver (tied with 98.75 points each) in the “green spaces” category, one of 18 different fields.
The top 10 green places list was rounded out by Vilnius, Lithuania (97.81), Ålborg, Denmark (97.50) and Zurich (97.50).
The grand duchy’s capital was 12th best in the “walkability” category, with 97.45 points. That put Luxembourg City behind top-ranked Graz (99.90), as well as Vilnius, Ålborg, Zagreb, Bilbao and Nantes (tied in second place with 99.70 points), Zurich, Geneva, Riga and Groningen (each with 98.55 points) and Ljubljana (97.48).
Luxembourg City came in 17th in the “security” field, and was 36th most “LGBT-Friendly”.
Culture and entertainment
However, the capital ranked 73rd in the overall table. It was dragged down by low scores in several areas. In the “theatres and cinemas” category, Luxembourg City was in a four-way tie at the very bottom of the 100 cities, with the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, Vilnius and Monte Carlo (each scoring 70 points).
The Weekengo survey found it was fourth worst in “museums and galleries” (70.91), eighth lowest in “music venues (72.17), tenth lowest in “dining” (72.72) and “clubs” (73.64), and 89th out of 100 in “bars” (73.03).
Weekengo is based in Düsseldorf, the 40th best city overall out of its top 100 picks.
A few photos of green spaces around Luxembourg City: