Watch the video: Travel Ranking – These are the most expensive cities in the world.
This list is not only important for vacationers, but also for companies that send their employees abroad: The economic consulting firm ECA International has published its annual ranking of the most expensive cities in the world.
Against the background of rising prices, the company included various cost factors in its investigation.
The result: the world’s most expensive city in the world is Hong Kong. For example, a kilo of tomatoes costs an average of €10.07 in Hong Kong.
New York has moved up to second place from fourth place last year. Here, a simple cup of coffee costs €4.44 on average.
Also on the podium was Geneva, Switzerland. This also makes Geneva the most expensive city in Europe.
Followed by London in fourth place.
Fifth is Tokyo.
By the way, the most expensive German city is Munich. She made it to a modest 16th place in a European comparison.
The cheapest city for living abroad is currently Ankara. The Turkish metropolis is in 207th place, the bottom of the list. This is mainly due to the weak Turkish lira.