As casual as dinning with friends or walking the mid day with a cup of coffee seems, in these part of the world with the highest taste of luxury and infrastructure – it might cost a bill more than that. How about the eternal fortune of renting an apartment or gracing tourist spaces there in…..lets see! Pictures alone can tell.
Fonded as a fishing village in the 10th century,became the capital of Denmark in the early 15th century. Further developed into regional important centre in the 17th century….
It almost exceeds $2 to buy gasoline here, $4.22 for newspaper, $6 for a cup of coffee and over 10 to grab a hamburger. Not to mention luxury property here!!! Approximately $2000 will do to start with. lol
“City of unfathomable contrasts and vividly shocking extremes…” Rapidly expanding capital city of Angola since 30 years of independence;- Luanda city is hot, heaving and oil rich. Angola’s most important city as can not be under-emphasised has its primary port,major cultural and urban centre. All wrapped within is the country’s main seaport and administrative centre.
In the world’s third most populous Portuguese-speaking city where family and friends on flip-flops and shorts go out to eat burger for $18, coffee before office for $4 and rent a luxury space with two bedroom at $7,000 nothing less! Whooops!
Special administrative region of The People’s Republic of China known for its skyline and deep natural harbour.
One of world’s most densely populated regions where fast food is the only affordable at $3.35 with coffee exceeding $5 though (shey na gold water they use brew am ni¿¿?? lmao) $1.8 for petrol and nearly $4 to read morning headlines in the times. You still waiting to ask for rent???? Ok $4,300 is it!
Capital and largest city of Russia with 12.2 million residents within the city limits and 16.8 million within the urban area. Major political,economic, cultural and scientific centre in Russia and Eastern Europe.
Moscow according to Forbes by boarder definitions is among world’s largest cities, being the 13th largest metro area, the 17th largest agglomeration, the 16th largest urban area, and the 9th largest within limits city worldwide.
Ranked further by Forbes as the 9th most expensive city in the world and from Master Card Global Destination Cities Index is the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world.
Sipping coffee here as one of the most expensive activities surpasses $7 to go down well without being gagged for debts, $10 to pay for newspaper glance, gasoline litre for $0.78, least fast food menu $6 on the go and of course renting an apartment starts winking from $3,600. Ko si ere ni Moscow mehn…!
Leading global city among the world’s largest commercial centres despite a relatively low population. Home to large financial institutions and banking giants. Named the city with the best quality life in the world and as the wealthiest city in Europe. Many museums and art galleries bless the city in the German-speaking world.
A cup of coffee will smile at you for $5, don’t go to the fast food with anything less than $10, newspaper at your desk for 3. Considerably compared to other cities, $2,984 will rent you a roof. lol Really???
Second most populous city in Switzerland. The French speaking part too where Rhône exits Lake Geneva, capital of the Republic and Canton of Geneva.
Swiss city here, more than $4,000 foots the rent, 1.50 per litre of gasoline, 10 does fast food, and just 4 for newspaper if really you must read! High standard of living isn’t it???
One of the 47 prefectures of Japan, both capital and largest city too. The most populous metropolitan area of the world where The Emperor and Japanese government seats.
Coffee here isn’t hot with anything less than $7, you can flip the times while you sip it at $5.50, fuel your automobile at $2 per litre and rent a good place for $4,500….
From my own nook of view maybe ours all…., anybody noticed one thing peculiar to these cities???? They are densely populated yet expensive…!
PS- Mmmmm…sad as it is that i havent been to any of these places before *sobs* anybody with a big holiday plan in mind to just tag me along??? I will be waiting in the COMMENT BOX with my passport and luggage. Thank you!