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Zagreb 173rd Most Expensive City in the World – Zürich 1st

CvjetniCroatia’s capital Zagreb is the 173rd most expensive city in the world to live in, according to a cost of living index of 224 cities produced by portal Expatistan

The cost of living index measured prices of food, accommodation, clothing, transport, personal hygiene products and entertainment activities. Zürich topped the list as the most expensive city, followed by Oslo and London. Geneva, Singapore, Hong Kong, New York, San Francisco, Perth and Lausanne made up the top 10.

Ljubljana was the most expensive city in the region (129th), followed by Zagreb. Bratislava, Budapest, Prague, Bucharest, Belgrade, Sarajevo and Skoplje were all further down the list. Indian cities dominated the bottom of the list with 4 cities in the bottom 5. Kharkiv in Ukraine was deemed to be the cheapest city, followed by Hyderabad and Pune in India.

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