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The consumer price aggregator website Numbeo has compiled a ranking of the world's cities by cost of living in 2024.


				25.01.2024
						The consumer price aggregator website Numbeo has compiled a ranking of the world's cities by cost of living in 2024. 

The rating took into account the costs of utilities, restaurants, transportation and consumer goods, including food. Rental or mortgage expenses were counted separately.
The assessment was based on expenses in New York, with an index of 100%.

If the city is estimated by the aggregator to have a cost of living index of 120, it is 20% more expensive than New York.
Bermuda's Hamilton and Switzerland's Zurich and Basel became the most expensive.

TOP 10 most expensive cities in the world by cost of living in 2024:
1. Hamilton, Bermuda
2. Zurich, Switzerland
3. Basel, Switzerland
4. Lausanne, Switzerland
5. San Jose, USA
6. Geneva, Switzerland
7. San Francisco, USA
8. Bern, Switzerland
9. Washington, USA
10. New York, USA

In total, 362 cities of the world are represented in the ranking.

The cities of Pakistan, India and Nigeria are recognized as the most inexpensive. Moscow is ranked 268th in the ranking between Istanbul and Antalya.
Link to source: https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/rankings.jsp

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