Four Greek Destinations – Athens, Nafplio, Santorini and Heraklion – are among Europe’s top holiday destinations that offer this fastest mobile internet speedaccording to a recent survey by oka provider of network intelligence and connectivity insights.
Ookla’s mobile internet performance analysis covers 50 popular travel destinations across the continent. The company divided these cities into four categories that might appeal to different types of travelers: big cities, beach life, cultural havens, and forest getaways. Then, Speedtest Intelligence data was compared for mean download speeds and multi-server latencies in each category for the second quarter of 2022.
Athens’ website is as exciting as its lifestyle
greece capital, Athensranked 10th with an average download speed of 59.92 Mbit/s in the second quarter.
OsloNorway, topped the list with an average download speed of 156.99 Mbps over the same period.
Two other Nordic cities rounded out the top 3 StockholmSweden, with an average download speed of 136.74 Mbps and CopenhagenDenmark, at 133.16 Mbps.
Where internet speeds are suitable for “beach life”.
Ookla’s “beach life” list included two Greek destinations: Nafplio in the Peloponnese ranked 10th in the second quarter with an average internet speed of 60.54 Mbit/s and the popular island of Peloponnese Santorini came in 12th with an average speed of 56.66 Mbps.
BiarritzFrance and KorculaCroatia, had the fastest average download speeds on Ookla’s beach life list in the second quarter, at 155.65 Mbps and 133.67 Mbps, respectively.
VarnaBulgaria and FaroPortugal, rounded out the top 4 with 104.00 Mbps and 101.74 Mbps, respectively.
Heraklion offers research-ready internet speeds
Heraklion in Crete was on the Ookla list “cultural oases with research-grade internet speeds”.
The city ranked ninth on the list with a median mobile download speed of 63.35 Mbps.
TromsoNorway, topped the list with an average download speed of 251.52 Mbps in the second quarter, almost 2.3 times faster than the runner-up Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
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