Quality of Life in Saint Petersburg, Russia

Purchasing Power Index 38.67   Very Low
Safety Index 60.52   High
Health Care Index 60.30   High
Climate Index 60.64   High
Cost of Living Index 54.64   Low
Property Price to Income Ratio 21.42   Very High
Traffic Commute Time Index 47.94   High
Pollution Index 61.74   High
ƒ Quality of Life Index: 98.05   Very Low

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Last update: August 2022

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6 Comments so far
Rich Capitalist on Aug 03, 2022:
Is St. Petersburg Russia a good place to live?
St. Petersburg is a pretty safe city. Unlike most big cities in the world, it doesn't have secluded districts for rich or poor inhabitants or no-go zones. Obviously, there are some zones that aren't nice, but it has nothing to do with safety.
Anna on Apr 10, 2022:
*Facepalm*
Dear Doc, please write your trash somewhere else. I've been living in Saint Petersburg for 10 years. Most people feel quite comfortable without McDonald's. Moral is also high.
Doc on Mar 25, 2022:
Ruble over 100 per dollar (10 years ago it was 25). American stores now gone...no Starbucks, McDonalds, Burger King, KFC, Pizza Hut, etc.
Store items difficult to find. Air travel in and out difficult to find. Banks difficult to use. Local moral is very low. All this happened within the
last 30 days.
Omar Amr on Feb 15, 2021:
How would the monthly living costs in Saint Petersburg be for a student be including food ,rent, misc(Gym and MMA and going out), cook most of the time?
Eugene on Nov 23, 2020:
I live here too. 200k salary. Food 5-10k. Rent 6k. There are many like me, this is the middle class.
Mini Max on May 18, 2020:
Cost of living change to low or moderate. I live here. 30k rub salary. Food 5-10k. Services also expensive