11 Most Expensive Cities In Europe Despite Their High Level Of Wealth

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Europe is the home of most of the wealthiest countries in the world. However, we cannot possibly assume that high level of wealth automatically translates into an easy life. On the contrary, specific cities located in some countries are quiet expensive to live in.

Glassdoor publishes the 'Cost of Living in Cities Index" every year, which focuses on monthly incomes and necessary expenses. This index also gives us various products and services that are used to calculate the inflation rate including food and rent. According to the 2016 results of this research, we listed the 11 most expensive cities in Europe. 🏡

11. Amsterdam

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The capital of the Netherlands is one of the most highly demanded cities when it comes to people wanting to live there. Although the fact that it is a culture, finance, and educational center makes it attractive, the cost of living in Amsterdam quite expensive.

10. Helsinki

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The cost of living in Helsinki is high and the above-average salaries are offered to make up for it.

9. Stockholm

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Sweden is one of the countries that offers the best standard of living. The high costs of products and services (food, transportation, and rent included) are an important factor in retaining the high standards.

8. Dublin

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Although Ireland's capital offers high wages, the rents, transportation, and food expenses went up in 2016.

7. Paris

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The wages in Paris are relatively low. According to the research conducted by Glassdoor, Paris is at the sixth to the last place in the yearly salary index. However, the cost of living is pretty high, which makes Paris one of the most expensive cities to live in Europe.

6. Copenhagen

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The capital of Denmark, which is also the cultural, financial, and social center of the city, is one of the best paying cities in the country.

5. Bergen

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The cost of living in this Norwegian coastal city is even higher than Los Angles, USA!

4. Oslo

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Although the capital of Norway is one of the cities offering the highest salaries, the cost of living is still very high.

3. London

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England's capital offers pretty low wages, although housing in London is the most expensive in Europe.

2. Zurich

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Switzerland's capital and financial heart is one of the most expensive cities in terms of transportation and accommodations.

1. Geneva

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This city takes first place. Although this city's residents enjoy living in one of the cities offering the highest payments, the cost of living here is 3% more than in New York.

Which one of these cities would you like to live in if it wasn't this expensive?

Geneva
Zurich
London
Oslo
Bergen
Copenhagen
Paris
Dublin
Stockholm
Helsinki
Amsterdam
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