Bulgaria 13th Among the most Peaceful Countries in the World
Indonesia is the world's most peaceful country, followed by Australia, a new study reveals, quoted by the Daily Mail. The research was carried out by lastminute.com
Researchers draw up a list of the most inclusive nations by analyzing a number of factors, including citizens' personal rights, noise and light pollution, temperatures, the number of public holidays and the number of spa resorts.
The third place in the ranking is for Iceland, followed by New Zealand on the fourth and Sri Lanka on the fifth.
The study conducted by lastminute.com found that Indonesia has the highest rating with its coastline of more than 88,031 km, meaning that the beach is never too far away.
In addition, the country has more than 186 green zones and an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, making it the perfect place to watch the waves.
Australia which is second gives workers 30 days of paid annual leave, has 40,233 km of coastline and 187 green areas.
Although the average temperature in the country is 1.75 degrees, Iceland ranks third with an average of 36 days of annual leave for workers and the fact that it is one of the best places in the world where you can enjoy the Northern Light .
New Zealand is praised by its citizens who receive about 31 days of annual leave so they can enjoy its 253 green zones and 24,140 km of coastline.
Sri Lanka occupies the fifth place with average temperatures of almost 27 degrees, lush rain forests and citizens who enjoy an average of 40 days of rest.
Cyprus is the sixth, followed by the Philippines (7), Greece (8), India (9) and Mauritius (10).
The top 15 is complemented by Costa Rica (11), Portugal (12), Bulgaria (13), Croatia (14) and Spain (15).
With over 88,031...