The most expensive cities in the world to live

We present you which are the most expensive cities in the world to live in, in case you ever travel to them you already know that almost nothing is cheap there.

«Demographia» is a socio-economic study that has been underway for fourteen years. In it, after analyzing almost three hundred cities around the world, it sets out which are the most expensive cities in the world to live. And even if one is only going to be traveling and, therefore, passing through, it is convenient to know which are these cities in which daily life costs more, so that the same thing must be done.

Hong Kong (China)

For many years in a row, Hong Kong occupies the first position in this ranking, and for that reason it is still one of the most visited cities in the world too. Among the main attractions to see in the Chinese city is The Peak, where you can see the best views of the city, the Paseo de las Estrellas, but with Asian celebrities, and the spectacular promenade, as well as the markets.

Sydney (Australia)

sydney, Australia’s largest city, is also common in both rankings: both the most expensive cities to live in and the most visited cities in the world. Not in vain, the famous Sydney Opera House It is always common in the tops of the most visited places. Apart from the Opera, in the Australian city you have to know its bay, its port and its beaches, as well as stroll through The Rocks.

Vancouver (Canada)

The most expensive city in North America is not in the United States as one might think, but rather in canada, and it’s Vancouver. Located on the west coast, to start getting to know Vancouver you have to be located downtown and from there discover the different neighborhoods of the city, including its own Chinatown. Likewise, you have to stroll through stanley parkthe most famous park in Vancouver and an icon of the city.

Santa Cruz and San Jose (United States)

Within the United States, California It takes the cake with up to four cities in the top ten of the most expensive in the world, but curiously the first two are neither Los Angeles nor San Francisco, the most famous cities in this state. The first is Santa Cruza coastal city with a surfer soul, and the second is Saint Josephthe first city founded in California that is the gateway to Silicon Valley.

Melbourne (Australia)

The ancient capital of Australia, MelbourneIt is also one of the most expensive cities in the world to live. Melbourne is the cradle of most Australian cultureand also the city sportier of the country: it is here that the grand prix speed events are held, where the Australian Open tennis is played, where Australian rules football was born and where cricket is played at the impressive Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Photo 1 | Flickr – Barbara Willi
Photo 2 | Flickr – Magnus Larsson

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