The most expensive countries in Europe for expatriates to live in are: Switzerland; Norway; Liechtenstein; Denmark; and Jersey. The most expensive cities in Europe for expatriates to live in: Zurich (most expensive in the world); Geneva; Monaco; Oslo; and Moscow. The cheapest city in Europe for expatriates to live in is Sofia in Bulgaria (12th cheapest in the world). The biggest mover down the rankings is Budapest in Hungary, which has dropped from 507th in April to become the 642nd most expensive location in the world. The biggest mover up the rankings is Minsk in Belarus, which has risen from 222nd in April to become the 191st most expensive location in the world.
The cost of living ranking information contained in this article is updated quarterly using data collected by Xpatulator.com over the past 12 months. The international cost of living indexes, on which the rankings are based, is only available using Xpatulator.com’s online expatriate calculators that enable users to create personalized cost of living comparison reports which include:
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Published by Xpatulator.com on 1 July 2013.
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