At A Glance: The World’s Least Stressful Cities
150 cities around the world were ranked based on various stress-inducing factors.
by Andy Flores | September 18, 2017
Austria’s second biggest city is considered as its most easygoing, so there’s no surprise Graz landed on the list.
The capital city of the southern Austrian province of Styria, Graz is a charming city of red rooftops, pockets of green, and a gushing narrow river, giving the place a fairy tale-like ambiance. Its architecture is a good mix of Medieval Eastern European and Italian Renaissance influences, creating an interesting fusion of designs. Unexpectedly, this archaic city pulses with youthful spirit, as it caters to a large student population of about 50,000 in four universities. That means city quirks here and there, a robust art scene, and exciting nightlife.