What are the Most Expensive Cities in the World for 2014?July 3, 2014
Some of the most expensive cities across the globe are designed as a playground for the rich. They provide plenty of unique features and all types of luxuries. Here’s a quick look as some of the most expensive cities found throughout the world.
Known as “The Black Diamond,” this city was actually a Viking fishing village in the 10th century. Today, it’s an expensive place to live with the average movie ticket at $35, rent for a 1,000 square foot apartment around $2,600 and a two-liter of Coke coming in at nearly $5.
The City by the Bay has long been known as one of the most expensive places in the United States to live. Renting a 1,000 square foot apartment will set you back over $3,800, while a movie ticket costs about $24 in San Francisco.
As the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich is the most expensive, as well. It’s known as a, “Big Small Town” and provides plenty of museums, theaters and galleries for residents to enjoy. A 1,000 square foot apartment runs nearly $3,900 here and a movie ticket cost over $40.
The capital of Norway is very expensive for living because of the high cost of food. An average 1,000 square foot apartment is around $3,000 per month but a combo meal at a fast food restaurant costs over $15.
For 2014, London is the most expensive city to live in. A 1,000 square foot apartment costs more than $4,300 and a beer is around $6. Of course, the city provides plenty of entertainment and is one of the most fascinating on the planet, but it comes at a price.
These are just a few of the many very expensive cities found across the globe. Many others have a very high cost of living due to the luxury features and entertainment options offered throughout.