Zurich and Geneva are ranked as the first and second most expensive expat cities in Europe and the 8th and 10th most expensive global locations for expatriates.
Despite the fact that there have been moderate price increases in most of Europe, the Euro has weakened against the US Dollar which has resulted in lower USD prices, pushing Euro cities down in the global ranking.
Oslo is the world’s 15th and Europe’s third most expensive city as at April 2016.
Moscow has fallen out of the top 10 most expensive places in Europe.
Lodz in Poland is the cheapest city for expatriates in Europe.