Top ten most expensive cities

Top ten most expensive cities

Top ten most expensive cities

We all have the impression that we live in a very expensive city, but is it really true? Did you ever wonder which are the most expensive cities to live in? Now you can find the answer to these questions.

It’s not easy to make a top ten most expensive cities because there are many factors to take into consideration, but there some cities that are renowned for how much the everyday life costs.

The most important aspects considered include the average monthly rent in the city, the cost of eating out and the cost of transportation.

The top ten most expensive cities are:

1. Tokyo, Japan: is considered the most expensive city in the world for some time. Tokyo is the financial and economic heart of Japan and the administrative capital, the total population exceeding 13 million people.

2. Moscow, Russia: is the most expensive city in Europe. With more than 11 million inhabitants Moscow is also the largest city in Europe. 79 billionaires live in Moscow so  this city also holds the record for the city with the largest number of billionaires.

3. New York City, United States: is the most expensive city on the American continent. New York it’s an important economic and financial center.

4. Hong Kong, China: it’s a special administrative region of China and one of the most crowded cities in the world. Hong Kong has a total area of 1,104 km2 and a population of more than seven million people.

5. Geneva, Switzerland: is a very important diplomacy center, international organizations such as United Nations and Red Cross, having their headquarters here.

6. Zurich, Switzerland: is the among the most important financial centers in the world and is considered the wealthiest city in Europe, with the best quality of life.

7. Beijing, China: the Chinese capital boomed in the past few years and recently entered among the most expensive cities in the world.

8. Copenhagen, Denmark: is one of the most eco friendly cities in the world and is famous for the quality of life.

9. Paris, France: the French capital is a very important financial, economic, cultural center and many consider it among the most expensive European cities to live in.

10. Singapore, Singapore: this Asian city-state is the fourth largest financial city in the world. The total area of 710 km2 hosts more than seven million people.

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