Copenhagen is one of the most expensive cities in Scandinavia. The capital of Denmark is especially important when it comes to food and drink prices. For a 2-liter bottle of Coca Cola, you pay 3.50 euros in Copenhagen.
It is the artificially high exchange rate that makes the capital of Venezuela in this list. If we were looking at the alternative black market prices, Caracas would be one of the cheapest cities to live in.
Australian cities are expensive. Melbourne is no exception. Especially smokers are heavy, a pack of cigarettes costs up to 12.00 euros.
Geneva is one of the most important financial cities in the world. In this Swiss city, many organizations of the United Nations are also located. The inhabitants earn an average of 4,500 euros a month.
Tokyo was the most expensive city in the world in 2013. In addition to many large international companies, here is the stock market of Japan. That provides many highly paid jobs.
Sydney is Australia’s most expensive city to buy a house. For an average house, you will soon pay 5 tons in Sydney.
Zurich is the commercial capital of Zwisterland, with many universities and large companies.
Norway is a rich country, partly due to oil and gas reserves. The wages are high and therefore prices, especially when it comes to alcohol. A bottle of Pinot Noir costs 20,00 euro here.
Tourism keeps Paris intact. As a result, barely new construction projects are being developed, and housing prices remain high.
Lots of money and little space means an expensive city. In Singapore, 5 million people live, which are 7000 people per square kilometer.