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Travel. Which cities will be expensive?...and which not?

A lot people travel to all manner of places.     Costs vary in each place.     Ubiquitous TripAdvisor has come out with the results of the most, and least, expensive key cities in the world - based on the cost of a couple staying one night in a four-star hotel, cocktails, a two-course dinner with a bottle of wine, and return taxi fare of 3.2 kilometres each way.

10 most expensive cities

1.     Oslo, Norway      $561.26
2.     Zurich, Switzerland      $506.45
3.      Stockholm, Sweden      $504.30
4.      New York City, US     $498.58
5.      Paris, France      $494.96
6.     Sydney, Australia     $445.64
7.      London, Britain      $437.40
8.      Copenhagen, Denmark      $429.55
9.      Cancun, Mexico      $426.09
10. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic      $420.91

10 cheapest cities

1.      Sofia, Bulgaria       $153.21
2.      Hanoi, Vietnam       $170.12
3.      Warsaw, Poland      $181.73
4.       Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt       $184.74
5.      Budapest, Hungary       $186.46
6.      Bangkok, Thailand      $194.79
7.      Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia      $210.30
8.      Tunis, Tunisia      $211.51
9.      Cape Town, South Africa       $212.49
10.      Riyadh, Saudi Arabia       $212.72


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