This is evidenced by the rating data of the institute of territorial development "Urbanika", RBC reports.
Behind Krasnodar go Surgut, St. Petersburg, Tyumen and Kaluga. It is noted that their experts attributed to the comfortable and affordable cost of living at the same time.
“Relatively affordable” at the cost of living have become 25 cities. Of these, only four cities that have more than a million inhabitants are Petersburg, Perm, Chelyabinsk and Krasnoyarsk.
It is noted that Krasnodar took the first place because it scored high points in climate, provision with development in combination with relatively low costs. Moscow is in 52nd place due to the high cost of living in comparison with the average salary.
Earlier, a financial university under the Russian government based on a survey of residents compiled a rating of the best Russian cities in terms of living in terms of public utilities, public transport, infrastructure development, improvement and quality of medical services.