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Luxembourg has been ranked 3rd best city for expatsLuxembourg City is in 3rd place in AIRINC’s 2020 Global 150 Cities Index, which lists cities that offer an attractive combination of high salaries, low taxes and costs, and an attractive quality of life.

Luxembourg comes in just after Zurich and Geneva, and before Munich and Calgary. Other European cities higher up the ranking include Vienna (9th), Berlin (15th), Dublin (26th), Amsterdam (30th), Madrid (31st) and Brussels (33rd).

The study ranks Luxembourg 15th for financial criteria and 25th for lifestyle.

Photo: © Luxinnovation / Sabino Parente

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