European cities dominate a new ranking of the most Millennial-friendly destinations around the world, with Amsterdam topping the leader board.
There’s even an “Apple store” ranking that measures the number of Apple stores per capita -- an indicator of a city’s technological engagement and investment.
The ranking was compiled by Nestpick, an aggregator of furnished apartments across Europe used primarily by students.
The highest-ranking North American city to make the cut is Vancouver, which squeezed into the 10th spot, followed by Montreal (15th).
The highest-ranked American city is Austin, Texas, which sits at No. 41, and Bangkok is the first Asian city to crack the list at No. 47.
“Millennials travel more at a younger age than any of their preceding generations,” said Omer Kucukdere in a statement.
“This gives them the possibility to find the perfect city for their personal needs. With aging populations cities must cater to the Millennial demographic in order to sustain a thriving economy.”
Here are the top 10 cities for Millennials, according to Nestpick: