Top 6 most expensive cities in the world
Many cheap destinations offer you full of special things without spending too much money. However, some beautiful and expensive cities are not the places for budget travelers.
Zurich (Switzerland): Zurich attracts visitors thanks to ancient European architecture, fresh air, impressive culture and cuisine. Photo: Europa.
However, visitors spend about $ 300 a day for their mid-range travel to have a holiday here, excluding shopping and other activities. Picture: Dathauscafe.
New York (USA): “Big Apple” is one of the most bustling metropolitan cities in the world. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet; even the British royals recently visited the Big Apple on a trans-Atlantic excursion.
New York offers many options for travelers, but with rates starting at $730 a night for a luxury hotel and the average price for a mid-range hotel being $350, NYC is not a place for the budget traveler—unless you want to risk staying in a dive or take a gamble on a blind deal. Photo: TripSavvy.
Copenhagen (Denmark): The epic scenery, the fresh air, the unique culture and the scrumptious cuisine make Copenhagen an unmissable destination in Denmark. Photo: Insider.
However, this also occupies a position in the top 10 places with the highest cost of living in the world. You can experience great cuisine here, but this place says “no” to street food, so visitors need to spend about $ 100-200 a day. Picture: Radisson Blu.
Venice (Italy): The city on these floating islands is a marvelous and romantic destination suitable for couples. Photo: TripSavvy.
If you want to sip a glass of wine with the candle light or enjoy boat trips along the canal,you will have to spend relatively much money. Hotel prices in Venice are also quite expensive, $ 150 on average.
Dubai (UAE): Financed by oil wealth, Dubai was developed by the rich for the rich as a playground for those who can afford it. From man-made islands to the luxurious Burj Al Arab and soaring towers, Dubai is all about spending money. If you’re on a shoestring budget, you’re going to want to steer clear!
Dubai lacks the culture and character that makes so many other expensive destinations appealing. Still, if you must, you can drop $20,000 to spend a night at Dubai’s best hotel.
Paris (France): The city of light is known as the city of love, with impressive architecture and the special cuisine.
The cost of living in Paris is quite high. The hotels cost about $ 145 per night (middle class). If you want to enjoy good food and wine in Paris, you will have to spend extra money. Picture: Casar.
By: Christina Baker