In a recent study, NimbleFins, independent consumer research company, gathered data from various institutions, including the World Health Organisation (WHO), Eurostat, and the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) to determine which European countries are best for child rearing.

In the ranking for best European countries to raise a child in, Sweden came first, followed then by the Grand Duchy. Describing Luxembourg “shin[ing]as a great place for children to grow up healthy and safe”, the ranking detailed that Luxembourg had top ten results in a number of categories, including sufficient exercise, good air quality, and happiness. NimbleFins accentuated that Luxembourg has the best measles vaccination rate, given that 99% of children have been vaccinated against the disease. The ranking also highlighted Luxembourg’s education, pointing out that 34% complete higher education.