Reykjavik, Prague, and Madrid head list of top cities for green space

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Prague scored highly in the Green Cities Index 2018
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Prague scored highly in the Green Cities Index 2018

Auckland, Bratislava, Gothenburg and Sydney also score highly in TravelBird's Green Cities Index 2018, which seeks to highlight the best urban holiday destinations for green-minded travellers

Iceland's capital Reykjavik, Prague in the Czech Republic and Spain's Madrid have been named among the world's top cities for green space in a new set of global indices released this week. Published...

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