A new study is focused on what are the most expensive and the most affordable cities in Europe, generating interesting results.
Eurostat has examined the cost of living in European capitals. Using ‘coefficients correction’ – used by the European Commission to ensure that European officials have “purchasing power” in the EU – has been deliberate the most expensive city.
The results demonstrate that Britain has the cost of living more high and with a value of 166.9 is London the city more expensive.
London is not only the most expensive city to live in Europe, but is the third most expensive in the world, following by the Cayman Islands and Switzerland. But why? Transport in London is the second most expensive in the world and the City is the third most expensive for the services. Copenhagen, in Denmark, finished second and Stockholm came third as a city most expensive in Europe.