The most expensive country to live
• The most expensive countries for life
Travel is good, but some countries may be a significant blow to your wallet. We present our ten most expensive countries to live in.
Israel - one of the most expensive countries. So dinner in a cheap restaurant can cost you nearly 20 euros.
Japan unlike most Asian countries is not the cheapest country. The cost of living in Japan is almost 20% higher than in the US.
For people who are planning to visit or move to Asia without great additional costs, it would be better to skip and go straight to Singapore to cheaper Asian countries, such as the Philippines.
Although Denmark is considered the happiest country in the world, it is also one of the most expensive. The country's capital, Copenhagen, is often called one of the most expensive cities in the world. Even the local beer is expensive, averaging around $ 6.
Luxembourg consistently ranks among the most expensive countries in the world.
If you want to live in the Bahamas with the purest water on the planet that it will cost you dearly.
Norway has one of the highest levels of prices for individual goods and services throughout Europe.
Ticket prices makes Iceland an attractive destination for millions of tourists every year. But the country can easily ruin you. A glass of wine before a meal in the restaurant - it will cost much more expensive than you are used to paying at home.
Switzerland dominated the list of most expensive cities for business in 2018, and Geneva, Zurich and Basel - were in the top ten.
And the most expensive place considered to Bermuda.