The city where you want to go for the best views in 2018 has a lot of them, as many U.K. cities have more than two in a row, according to new data from data firm Accenture.
In 2018, New York, London, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, Atlanta, Houston, Boston and Denver all had more than 20 in a single calendar year, Accenture said in a press release.
The highest-ranking U.k. city in 2018 was London, which had 14 in a year, followed by Manchester (11), London (10) and Birmingham (8).
The data shows the United States had the third-highest number of cities with more than 10, with a total of 24 cities.
New York topped the list, followed closely by Los Angeles (23), Chicago (19), Atlanta (16), Denver (13) and San Francisco (11).
The United Kingdom was No. 1 with 17 cities, followed at the bottom by Los Angles (15), London and Birmingham, all of which had nine in a calendar year.
The top U.N. city was New York City, which has 14 cities, with London and Los Angeles coming in second.
A couple of things are notable about Accenture’s data:First, while some cities had a total number of 10, some cities were grouped by their average number of days per year per city, and some were grouped into a smaller group with the highest average number per city.
The data shows London had the highest number of average days per city in 2020, followed very closely by Manchester.
The data also showed some of the most unaffordable cities in the country.
In the United Kingdom, London has the most affordable homes for sale with a median price of £3.7 million ($5.7m), and Manchester has the second-most unaffordable homes for sales with a price tag of £2.7million ($3.2m).
Los Angeles is the least affordable city, with the second least expensive homes for rent with a value of £1.9million ($2.8m).
Accenture also said that a number of U.Q. cities had high property prices in 2020 but also had a high number of unaffordable housing units.
The most expensive U.R. in 2020 was Luton with a cost of £7.7.
Manchester had the second most unafforable homes for rental with a property value of just £6.4 million ($8.3m).
The least expensive UYT was Newcastle, with an average value of $2.3 million ($3m), followed by London, Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol with values of $1.8 million ($2m) and $1 million ($1.3).
The Accenture data comes after a series of data breaches earlier this year, including one at the Office of Personnel Management that compromised personal information of roughly 500 million people.