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London, United Kingdom
Having been rated as the world’s most expensive city to visit for 24 hours it should come as no surprise that London would be on this list somewhere. What may be surprising to some of you, however, is that there are at least 24 cities even more expensive.
Although it is not Australia’s most expensive city it does arguably have one of the world’s most expensive public transportation systems (trailing only London and Oslo)
Moving from one Australian city to another this time we’re in the capital of the land down under. In spite of its elevated cost of living, however, Canberra enjoys the highest standard of life in Australia.
Seoul, South Korea
Although currency fluctuations have led to Seoul becoming slightly cheaper in recent years it is still ranking on our list of expensive cities.
ccording to a survey conducted several years ago by UBS, employees in Copenhagen had the highest income of any other city in the world. Of course prices are elevated as well. To give you an idea renting a DVD would cost around $8 while a one way tram ticket can be over $3.