Cities With Highest Cost of Living In The World 2021

Cities With Highest Cost of Living In The World 2021
Cities With Highest Cost of Living In The World 2021

City life is not for everybody, but most people around the world live in a city. According to the Numbeo Cost of Living Survey 2021, which covers 209 locations on five continents and compares the costs of more than 200 things such as housing, transportation, food, and more- The Most Expensive Cities in the World in 2021 is Hamilton, Bermuda.

However, contrary to popular belief, the cost of living has decreased in several regions of the world, according to research published by the Economist Intelligence Unit. According to the report, “currency weakness has accompanied the epidemic as it expanded throughout the globe,” resulting in lower living costs in cities spanning the Americas, Africa, and Eastern Europe. Cities in Western Europe, on the other hand, have become more expensive.

 

Cities With Highest Cost of Living In The World 2021

 

10. Stavanger, Norway

Stavanger, Norway
Stavanger, Norway

Stavanger is a Norwegian city in the southwest. Stavanger Cathedral, located in the city’s heart, originates from the 12th century.

Cost OF Living Index: 106.27
Cost of Rent Index: 36.57

 

9. Geneva, Switzerland

Geneva
Geneva

Geneva is a Swiss city located near the southern end of the vast Lac Léman (Lake Geneva). The Alps and the Jura mountains surround it.

Cost OF Living Index: 121.76
Cost of Rent Index: 73.01

 

8. Bern, Switzerland

Bern, Switzerland
Bern, Switzerland

Bern, Switzerland’s capital, is constructed around a bend in the Aare River. Its origins may be traced back to the 12th century.

Cost OF Living Index: 123.66
Cost of Rent Index: 53.24

 

7. Lugano, Switzerland

Lugano, Switzerland
Lugano, Switzerland

Lugano is a city in the Italian-speaking Ticino region of southern Switzerland. Its Swiss-Mediterranean cultural blend is similar to that of northern Italy’s Lombardy area.

Cost OF Living Index: 123.76
Cost of Rent Index: 45.77

 

6. Lausanne, Switzerland

Lausanne, Switzerland
Lausanne, Switzerland

Lausanne is a city on Lake Geneva in Switzerland’s French-speaking Vaud region. It’s home to the International Olympic Committee headquarters.

Cost OF Living Index: 126.25
Cost of Rent Index: 59.12

 

5. Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, Lebanon
Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut is Lebanon’s capital and biggest city. Greater Beirut had a population of 2.2 million people in 2014, making it the third-largest metropolis in the Levant.

Cost OF Living Index: 129.08
Cost of Rent Index: 30.47

 

4. Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich Switzerland
Zurich Switzerland

Zurich, a worldwide banking and financial hub, is located at the north end of Lake Zurich in northern Switzerland.

Cost OF Living Index: 129.14
Cost of Rent Index: 72.01

 

3. Basel, Switzerland

Basel, Switzerland
Basel, Switzerland

Basel is a Rhine River city in northwest Switzerland, near to the country’s French and German borders.

Cost OF Living Index: 131.73
Cost of Rent Index: 51.56

 

2. Zug, Switzerland

Zug, Switzerland
Zug, Switzerland

Zug is the biggest city in Switzerland and the seat of the canton of Zug. Its name comes from the language of fishers.

Cost OF Living Index: 138.30
Cost of Rent Index: 75.74

 

1. Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton, Bermuda
Hamilton, Bermuda

Bermuda’s capital, Hamilton, is located in the North Atlantic and is a British overseas colony. Front Street, which runs along to the harbour, is lined with pastel-coloured colonial houses and high-end businesses.

Cost OF Living Index: 150.66
Cost of Rent Index: 99.52