You might have noticed that we have been on a roll with adding new locations to Teleport Cities lately. Well, there's more where that came from! Here are the five new places you can now discover and compare.
Having cities in the app is awesome because it means we can collect data about different locations and help you easily compare them to other places and discover and budget your next move. If you have any other ideas for cities that aren’t in the list yet but you’d like to see, you can cast a vote for them to make sure they get there – read more about how to vote for a city here.
These are the cities we added this time around:
Calgary, Canada, is among the top cities with a free business environment. In general, the city has very good ratings in housing, safety and environmental quality.
Jakarta, Indonesia, is characterized by reasonably priced housing. It's consistently ahead in cost of living, but on the other hand is not too much of a good place for business freedom, education and environmental quality.
Las Vegas, Nevada, is among the top cities with a free business environment. In general, this city has very good ratings in housing, travel connectivity and economy. At the same time, it has low ratings in cost of living and taxation.
Lyon, France, is characterized by reasonably priced housing. Our data also reflects that this city has a good ranking in business freedom and internet access.
Porto, Portugal, is characterized by reasonably priced housing. In general, this city has very good ratings in cost of living, business freedom and safety. At the same time, it has low ratings in economy and taxation.
Want to get your city to be in the next bunch of locations we add? Vote for it inside the app to give it a push and don’t forget to invite your friends to do the same – the more the merrier!
For any suggestions on how we can improve the app and its features, we’re always ready for a chat at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Calgary – photo by davebloggs007 / CC BY
Jakarta – photo
Kartapranata / CC
Las Vegas – photo
by Tony Kent /
Lyon – photo
by Dennis Jarvis /