Eurostat: Satisfaction with cultural facilities in EU capital cities. Bucharest stands at 70pc
The results of the most recent European Commission survey of satisfaction with cultural facilities indicate that in 2015, in 20 capital cities in the European Union (EU), over 75 % of respondents were satisfied with the cultural facilities available, such as concert halls, theatres, museums and libraries, Eurostat informs.
The four EU capitals with 90 % or more of respondents stating satisfaction were Wien (97 %), Helsinki (94 %), Prague and Stockholm (both 90 %). Those with less than 60 % of respondents satisfied were Lisbon (59 %), Lefkosia (58 %) and Valletta (34 %).
A 70-88% satisfaction rate is recorded in Amsterdam, Tallinn and Reykjavik (all 88%), Berlin, Luxembourg and Riga (all 87%), Dublin, Paris and Zagreb (all 85%), Vilnius and Warsaw (84%), Brussels (83%), Budapest and Ljubljana (82%), London (77%), Bratislava (76%), Sofia and Bucharest (70%), the same source informs.