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Most Expensive Cities in the World – Zagreb 131st Place


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London is the most expensive city in the world to live in, according to analysis of accommodation, transport, food and living costs by portal Expatistan...

The only to Croatian city to make the list of 193 countries was the capital Zagreb, which came in at number 131 on the list. Zagreb’s low ranking was based on estimates that renting an 85 square metre apartment on average costs 550 euros per month, while men’s haircuts cost 6 euro on average. The same things in London were several times more expensive, with apartment rental for something the same size as in Zagreb going for 3,000 euros on average and a men’s haircut on average costing 20 euros.

The Top 10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in

1. London, UK
2. Oslo, Norway
3. Geneva, Switzerland
4. Zürich, Switzerland
5. New York City, USA
6. Lausanne, Switzerland
7. Singapore, Singapore
8. Paris, France
9. San Francisco, USA
10. Copenhagen, Denmark
131. Zagreb, Croatia

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