8 Most Expensive Cities In The World That Will Empty Your Pockets

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8 Most Expensive Cities In The World That Will Empty Your Pockets

Travel lovers always find a way to visit their favourite destinations, no matter how much efforts it takes and no matter how much money it takes to visit the place. Travelling for sure is peaceful, full of enjoyment and a break from the usual daily life. And it is always good to explore new places to get some new experiences which you never had before.


But there are some places which are so expensive that you require quite an amount of money if you want to enjoy those places. But what is costly is also an experience worthy enough. So we recommend for doing some savings and just for once visit these places.


So here are the 8 most expensive cities in the world:


1. Oslo, Norway



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Oslo, the capital city and the most populous city in Norway is the most expensive city in the world. And that isn’t surprising considering Norway is an oil-rich on a level that has it is per person GDP in the Qatar range. So we recommend you better pack your wallets, with black cards, if you’re planning to visit the place.


2. Zurich, Switzerland



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The second most expensive city in the world is the part of one of the most beautiful countries in the world with all the snowfall and summer season too. But it’s quite expensive though. One can stay in a 4-star hotel for $300 per night, around $40 for a cab ride and an average beer costs $11. But that’s not too much for the Swiss Alps!


3. Stockholm, Sweden



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The cultural, media, political and economic centre of Sweden, Stockholm has glimmering waterfront, remarkable stone architecture and over a hundred museums. It’s also a rich city in a nation with its own currency (no Euro), which means that it’s incredibly expensive.


4. New York City, United States



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An apartment in New York City will cost you your soul, $2000 per month. Living in the city is a dream for many. But visitors to New York should be prepared for spending an amount of about $550 per couple a night – with dinner, cocktails and cab ride.


5. Paris, France



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And who doesn’t know Paris? The city of Eiffel Tower! Quite known for its romanticized artists, Paris has turned to an economic hub for a while. An average night in a decent hotel costs approximately $360, which means a couple could spend up to $550 per day from evening into the morning.


6. Sydney, Australia



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Sydney is another expensive city in an already expensive country in Australia. The Australian dollar has become stronger and stronger in recent years, which means that now living in Sydney and Melbourne is more expensive than living in Copenhagen, Hong Kong or New York City.


7. London, England



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London, the capital and most populous city of England and the United Kingdom were found by the Romans. Double the rate of U.S. dollar. The transportation and hotels are a huge cost for visitors here. While the London Olympics added more to London’s infrastructure and drew international attention.


8. Copenhagen, Denmark



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The capital and the most populous city of Denmark, Copenhagen is certainly more expensive than any other city due to its happening clubs that remain open all night. Diverse but expensive and lavish accommodations and vibrant pedestrian malls.


Published by Shruti Kumari on 16 Mar 2018
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