7 Most Expensive Cities in the World to Live in ...

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The seven cities included in this list are officially the most expensive cities in the world in which to live, as ranked by The Telegraph newspaper at the start of this year.

Some of the prices for simple, everyday items within these cities will shock you, and probably make you grateful of the prices in your local area!

Can you guess any of the most expensive cities in the world?

1. London

London

Topping the list of the most expensive cities in the world to live in is London, the capital city of England.

Monthly bills come in at an average of US$250, a one-bedroom apartment in the city will set you back on average US$2,470 per month and a simple pair of jeans will cost you around $102.

Ouch!

2. Oslo

Oslo

If you head to Oslo, the capital of Norway, and get a glass of red wine at a restaurant, be prepared to pay around US$29!

If you’re looking to rent a one-bedroom apartment in the city, you’ll be paying US$1,674 per month and a meal for two at a middle-range restaurant will end up being, on average, US$134.

3. Geneva

Geneva

Geneva in Switzerland, as well as being beautiful, is mighty expensive!

Coming in at number 3 on the list of the most expensive cities in the world to live in, it’ll cost you US$68 if your taxi has to wait for an hour and US$2,116 per month to rent an apartment in the city.2

If you’re on the hunt for a pair of leather men’s shoes, be prepared to pay around US$242!2

Time to hit up the thrift shops!

4. Zurich

Zurich

Another entry from Switzerland, Zurich will set you back US$41 per hour to use a tennis court on the weekend, US$22 for one blockbuster movie ticket, not to mention the price of popcorn and drinks!

It’ll be $2,016 per month to rent a one-bedroom apartment in the city centre.

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