CityLab's Feargus O' Sullivan takes a look at data from the 2015 Urban Europe report from Eurostat to pinpoint the European cities that offer the most affordable housing.

The map shows that decent housing in larger European cities is becoming increasingly difficult to come by. Among cities of between 600,000 and 1.2 million inhabitants (such as Naples, Palermo, Ljubljana and Diyarbakir, Turkey), more than half of respondents agreed that affordable housing was easy to find.

Predictably, it is in wealthy northern European cities where people feel that finding good value housing is toughest. Less than 19 percent of respondents in London, Paris, Berlin, Hamburg, Vienna, Munich, Stockholm, and Oslo thought affordable housing was easy to find.

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