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List of cities in the European Union with more than 100,000 inhabitants

 

List of cities in the European Union with more than 100,000 inhabitants

This is a list of cities in the European Union with more than 100,000 inhabitants.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

The following table lists all towns in the European Union that currently have a population greater than 100,000.

Warning note: census methods may significantly vary from one country to another. Present table (Feb 2013) use heterogeneous definitions for cities depending on countries, sometimes counting only narrow municipal, sometimes counting larger urban areas including adjacent municipalities. For example, Athens is listed as having 770,000 inhabitants which is its municipal population (urban area is about 3 millions) while Copenhagen is listed 1.2 millions inhabitants which is urban area count (municipal population being about 577,000), the same for the City of Brussels, which has only around 140.000 inhabitants, and the Brussels region, which is listed, has just over a million, but consists of 19 municipalities.


Rank Name Population Member state
1  London 8,174,100[7]  United Kingdom
2  Berlin 3,468,939[8]  Germany
3  Madrid 3,165,235[9]  Spain
4  Rome 2,873,212[10]  Italy
5  Paris 2,243,833[11]  France
6  Hamburg 1,802,041[12]  Germany
7  Budapest 1,740,041[13]  Hungary
8  Vienna 1,731,236[14]  Austria
9  Warsaw 1 700 612[15]  Poland
10  Bucharest 1,677,985[16]  Romania
11  Barcelona 1,602,386[9]  Spain
12  Stockholm 1,372,565 [17]  Sweden
13  Munich 1,353,186[18]  Germany
14  Milan 1,338,264[10]  Italy
15  Prague 1,243,201 [19]  Czech Republic
16  Sofia 1,202,761[20]  Bulgaria
18  Birmingham 1,074,300[21]  United Kingdom
19  Cologne 1,007,119[22]  Germany
21  Naples 977,264[10]  Italy
22  Turin 895,786[10]  Italy
23  Marseille 850,726[11]  France
25  Amsterdam 801,542[23]  Netherlands
26  Valencia 786,424[9]  Spain
27  Kraków 757,611[15]  Poland
29  Łódź 728 892[15]  Poland
31  Seville 696.676[9]  Spain
32  Palermo 677,454[10]  Italy
33  Zaragoza 666,058[9]  Spain
34  Wrocław 630131[15]  Poland
36  Helsinki 614,074[24]  Finland
38  Stuttgart 602,056[25]  Germany
39  Glasgow 598,470[26]  United Kingdom
40  Genoa 590,757[10]  Italy
41  Düsseldorf 586,564[27]  Germany
42  Dortmund 580,688[27]  Germany
43  Essen 575,027[27]  Germany
48  Málaga 566,913[9]  Spain
49  Dublin 527,612[28]  Ireland
50  Dresden 525,105[29]  Germany
52  Hanover 518,386[30]  Germany
53  Lisbon 508,209[31]  Portugal
54  Nuremberg 505,664[18]  Germany
56  Duisburg 490,322[27]  Germany
57  Lyon 484,344[11]  France
58  Gdańsk 460,815[15]  Poland
63  Leeds 751,500[32]  United Kingdom
64  Toulouse 441,802[11]  France
65  Murcia 439,712[9]  Spain
66  Bratislava 431,061 [33]  Slovakia
71  Palma de Mallorca 399,093[9]  Spain
72  Bologna 386,298[10]  Italy
75  Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 382,283[9]  Spain
77  Florence 381,354[10]  Italy
78  Brno 377,508[19]  Czech Republic
79  Bilbao 346,574[9]  Spain
81  Nice 343,304[11]  France
82  Plovdiv 338,153[20]  Bulgaria
83  Varna 334,870[20]  Bulgaria
84  Alicante 332,067[9]  Spain
88  Córdoba 328,041[9]  Spain
89  Bari 327,013[10]  Italy
90  Iași 315,649[34]  Romania
94  Catania 315,230[10]  Italy
96  Timișoara 312,113[34]  Romania
97  Valladolid 306,830[9]  Spain
98  Cluj-Napoca 306,009[34]  Romania
100  Constanța 302,040[34]  Romania
102  Craiova 298,643[34]  Romania
103  Ostrava 295,653[19]  Czech Republic
104  Vigo 294,997[9]  Spain
106  Galați 290,733[34]  Romania
109  Nantes 284,970[11]  France
112  Brașov 278,003[34]  Romania
114  Gijón 275,735[9]  Spain
116  Strasbourg 271,782[11]  France
121  Augsburg 264,708[18]  Germany
122  Venice 264,243[10]  Italy
124  Verona 259,971[10]  Italy
125  Montpellier 257,351[11]  France
127  L'Hospitalet 253,518[9]  Spain
128  Espoo 252,945[24]  Finland
129  A Coruña 244,810[9]  Spain
130  Vitoria-Gasteiz 242,082[9]  Spain
131  Messina 240,004[10]  Italy
141  Bordeaux 239,157[11]  France
145  Granada 237,540[9]  Spain
151  Elche 228,647[9]  Spain
152  Ploiești 228,378[34]  Romania
156  Lille 227,560[11]  France
158  Oviedo 223,765[9]  Spain
159  Badalona 217,210[9]  Spain
160  Cartagena 216,451[9]  Spain
161  Terrassa 215,517[9]  Spain
162  Tampere 215,377[24]  Finland
163  Brăila 211,884[34]  Romania
164  Jerez de la Frontera 212,226[9]  Spain
165  Padua 211,464[10]  Italy
168  Sabadell 207,444[9]  Spain
169  Rennes 207,178[11]  France
170  Móstoles 205,712[9]  Spain
171  Santa Cruz de Tenerife 205,279[9]  Spain
172  Trieste 205,242[10]  Italy
173  Oradea 204,477[16]  Romania
174  Vantaa 203,428[24]  Finland
177  Taranto 201,861[10]  Italy
180  Burgas 200,271[20]  Bulgaria
181  Alcalá de Henares 200,768[9]  Spain
185  Pamplona 196,166[9]  Spain
186  Brescia 196,120[10]  Italy
190  Fuenlabrada 195,864[9]  Spain
192  Almería 193,351[9]  Spain
193  Groningen 193,127[35]  Netherlands
203  Prato 191,045[10]  Italy
204  Parma 190,651[10]  Italy
206  Leganés 186,696[9]  Spain
207  San Sebastián 186,126[9]  Spain
208  Modena 184,866[10]  Italy
209  Reggio Calabria 183,802[10]  Italy
213  Reims 179,992[11]  France
218  Turku 178,846[24]  Finland
219  Burgos 177,776[9]  Spain
222  Bacău 177,087[16]  Romania
224  Santander 175,736[9]  Spain
225  Le Havre 175,497[11]  France
228  Castellón de la Plana 173,841[9]  Spain
229  Getafe 173,057[9]  Spain
230  Albacete 172,487[9]  Spain
231  Reggio Emilia 171,588[10]  Italy
232  Saint-Étienne 171,260[11]  France
231  Alcorcón 170,336[9]  Spain
236  Pilsen 168,034[19]  Czech Republic
241  Pitești 166,893[16]  Romania
243  Arad 166,003[16]  Romania
244  Perugia 165,505[10]  Italy
245  Toulon 164,532[11]  France
258  Livorno 159,431[10]  Italy
259  Ravenna 159,055[10]  Italy
260  Grenoble 155,637[11]  France
262  Sibiu 154,548[16]  Romania
263  Cagliari 154,442[10]  Italy
264  San Cristóbal de La Laguna 153,009[9]  Spain
265  Foggia 152,625[10]  Italy
266  Logroño 151,962[9]  Spain
267  Dijon 151,212[11]  France
268  Badajoz 150,517[9]  Spain
269  Rousse 149,642[20]  Bulgaria
270  Salamanca 148,042[9]  Spain
272  Rimini 147,597[10]  Italy
273  Angers 147,571[11]  France
274  Huelva 147,212[9]  Spain
277  Târgu Mureș 145,151[16]  Romania
279  Villeurbanne 145,150[11]  France
280  Saint-Denis, Réunion 145,022[11]  France
282  Oulu 144,114[24]  Finland
288  Le Mans 142,626[36]  France
290  Nîmes 142,205[36]  France
293  Aix-en-Provence 141,438[36]  France
294  Brest 141,303[36]  France
296  Uppsala 140,454 [17]  Sweden
300  Clermont-Ferrand 139,860[36]  France
302  Lleida 139,176[9]  Spain
303  Baia Mare 139,154[16]  Romania
304  Limoges 139,150[36]  France
306  Marbella 138,679[9]  Spain
307  Stara Zagora 138,272[20]  Bulgaria
318  Salerno 135,564[10]  Italy
319  Tours 134,817[36]  France
321  Ferrara 133,670[10]  Italy
322  Amiens 133,448[36]  France
323  Buzău 132,210[16]  Romania
324  Tarragona 132,199[9]  Spain
325  Jyväskylä 132,115[24]  Finland
326  Dos Hermanas 130,369[9]  Spain
327  Leon 129,551[9]  Spain
328  Sassari 127,538[10]  Italy
329  Torrejón de Ardoz 126,878[9]  Spain
331  Latina 125,701[10]  Italy
332  Parla 125.,323[9]  Spain
333  Mataró 124,280[9]  Spain
339  Siracusa 122,450[10]  Italy
340  Monza 122,381[10]  Italy
343  Cádiz 121,739[9]  Spain
344  Giugliano in Campania 121,351[10]  Italy
345  Pescara 121,273[10]  Italy
349  Metz 120,738[36]  France
362  Bergamo 119,145[10]  Italy
363  Santa Coloma de Gramenet 118,738[9]  Spain
364  Algeciras 117,974[9]  Spain
365  Forlì 117,906[10]  Italy
368  Perpignan 117,419[36]  France
369  Trento 117,335[10]  Italy
374  Besançon 116,914[36]  France
378  Botoșani 116,110[16]  Romania
380  Jaén 115,837[9]  Spain
384  Boulogne-Billancourt 114,205[36]  France
385  Orléans 114,167[36]  France
386  Vicenza 113,576[10]  Italy
389  Satu Mare 112,705[16]  Romania
390  Alcobendas 112.188[9]  Spain
391  Terni 112,009[10]  Italy
393  Rouen 110,933[36]  France
394  Râmnicu Vâlcea 110,901[16]  Romania
395  Mulhouse 109,588[36]  France
399  Caen 108,954[36]  France
406  Piatra Neamț 107,504[16]  Romania
409  Suceava 106,934[16]  Romania
410  Ourense 106,905[9]  Spain
411  Saint-Denis, Seine-Saint-Denis 106,785[36]  France
417  Drobeta-Turnu Severin 106,507[16]  Romania
420  Bolzano 106,179[10]  Italy
424  Nancy 105,421[36]  France
425  Reus 104,962[9]  Spain
428  Novara 104,340[10]  Italy
433  Luxembourg 103,641[37]  Luxembourg
436  Saint-Paul 103,346[36]  France
440  Argenteuil 103,125[36]  France
441  Montreuil 102,770[36]  France
443  Piacenza 102,424[10]  Italy
444  Lahti 102,383[24]  Finland
445  Liberec 102,301[19]  Czech Republic
450  Telde 102,076[9]  Spain
454  Ancona 101,388[10]  Italy
455  Andria 100,448[10]  Italy
456  Barakaldo 100.080[9]  Spain

See also

References

  1. ^ Cities in Germany with population over 100,000: List of cities in Germany with more than 100,000 inhabitants
  2. ^ Communes in France with population over 20,000: List of cities in France
  3. ^ List of cities and towns in Hungary: List of cities in Hungary
  4. ^ List of municipalities in Spain: List of cities in Spain
  5. ^ Cities of Italy: List of cities in Italy
  6. ^ Cities of Romania: List of cities in Romania
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