This is what was examined in the present study. Drawing on theories of SOP and QOL, this study explicitly aimed to analyses the impacts SOP attitudes (e.g., place attachment, place identity, and place dependence) and health-related QOL (HQOL e.g., physical health, psychological health, social relationships quality, environmental health, and general QOL) in a sample of Budapest, Vienna and Bratislava experts. In this study, according to the conditions of Covid-19, smartphones and video calling software have been used to communicate with the participants. Given that the present study is a qualitative investigation based on the content analysis method, data were collected through 30 in-depth open interviews in the form of a friendly chat. Eventually, with the presence of formal experts, themes were classified by the researchers and were then inserted into the MAXQDA software. In this study, after transcribing the interviews and specified open coding, the data were grouped into the stratum of relevant axial codes. Axial coding authorizes the refined sub-themes to be put together to identify themes and connections. We believe that the analysis procedures used in this paper provide an excellent tool to study such relevant phenomenon's after the Covid-19 pandemic. Covid-19 will be with us for a long time, and as we have adapted our daily lives to Covid-19, urban and regional studies and research methods must also be changed and adapted to it. Our findings support previous studies describing a connection and effects of SOP attitudes and HQOL outcomes and describe the relevance of SOP attitude theory and underscore its importance for urban-regional planning, environmental management, psychological and health studies, and negotiating HQOL. Eventually, we hope that the present study will encourage and motivate future researchers to test our conceptual model of research (SOPQOL model) in different contexts and pave future research directions for researchers.