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Top 5 Most Expensive Streets in Croatia

You are looking at picking up some property in Croatia and money is no object? Here is a list of the top five most expensive streets in Croatia, thanks to portal D&D…

Top 5 Most Expensive Streets in Croatia

1. Stradun, Dubrovnik – 10.000 EUR per square metre

Stadun, Dubrovnik

Stadun, Dubrovnik

2. Ulica maršala Tita, Opatija – 8.000 EUR per square metre

Ulica Maršala Tita, Opatija

Ulica Maršala Tita, Opatija

3. Cvjetni trg / Babonićeva ulica, Zagreb – 7.000  EUR per square metre

Cvjetni Trg, Zagreb

Cvjetni Trg, Zagreb

4. Riva, Split – 6.000 EUR per square metre

Riva, Split

Riva, Split

5. Trg bana Josipa Jelačića, Zagreb – 5.000 EUR per square metre

Trg ban Jelačić, Zagreb

Trg ban Jelačić, Zagreb

So how does Croatia compare to the rest of the world? Fairly well.

Top 5 Most Expensive Streets in the World

1. Pollock’s Path, The Peak, Hong Kong – 89.000 EUR per square metre
2. Kensington Palace Gardens, London, UK – 79.000 EUR per square metre
3. Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco 65.000 – EUR per square metre
4. Boulevard du Général de Gaulle, Cap Ferrat, France –  60.000 EUR per square metre
5. Paterson Hill, Singapore – 32.000 EUR per square metre

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