The most cultured cities in Europe from Venice to London

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The study from Bounce analysed cities across Europe on factors such as the number of museums, music venues, libraries and theatres, to reveal Europe’s most cultured cities. 
Top 10 Most Cultured Cities in Europe:

Rank

City, Country

Museums per 100,000 people

Theatres per 100,000 people

Libraries per 100,000 people

Music venues per 100,000 people

Annual ‘cultural’ searches

Culture score /10

1

Venice, Italy

37.94

6.97

12.77

10.45

157,640

8.77

2

Edinburgh, UK

7.74

4.73

1.29

4.95

689,700

8.08

3

Amsterdam, Netherlands

13.75

7.01

0.94

2.56

887,350

8.00

4

Florence, Italy

22.33

7.44

6.58

1.72

159,000

7.85

5

Milan, Italy

5.58

4.37

4.29

6.39

106,710

6.77

6

Paris, France

6.13

1.73

2.34

2.57

661,000

6.46

6

Prague, Czech Republic

6.86

9.09

1.03

1.29

162,220

6.46

8

Zurich, Switzerland

14.63

3.22

0.88

2.93

117,220

6.31

9

Dublin, Ireland

4.49

2.44

2.05

3.71

558,050

6.23

10

Rome, Italy

6.17

3.10

3.41

0.26

465,000

5.92

18

London, UK

2.66

2.32

0.29

2.30

4,249,800

4.54

The most cultural European city has been named Venice, Italy with a culture score of 8.77 out of 10. It is no surprise that an Italian city takes the top spot with the country dominating the top 10. Venice has 37.94 museums per 100,000 people, the highest on this list. Venice also has the largest number of libraries and music venues with 12.77 and 10.45 per 100,000 people respectively.
The second most cultural European city is Edingburgh in the UK with a culture score of 8.08 out of 10. The Scottish capital is home to a vast selection of museums, theatres, and music venues. One iconic landmark of Scottish heritage is the striking fortress, Edinburgh Castle.
The third most cultural European city is Amsterdam, Netherlands with a culture score of 8 out of 10. Over 800,000 searches regarding Amsterdam’s cultural offerings are made each year, many of which are linked to the city’s expansive and globally popular museums.

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