Are these metropolises worth a visit despite their price tag?
Paris – the world-renowned city of love – is truly not a bargain. One day there will set you back £189.23 on average. You might even consider visiting the Eternal City Rome, where you’ll only have to spend £143.84 to get to know Bella Italia. Still more expensive are the Scandinavian metropolises. In Reykjavík, the capital city of the myth-enshrouded island Iceland, you’ll have to spend about £291.04 on a one-day-break. Our undisputed number one, however, is Copenhagen – a city made famous by Scandi style and its Hygge way of life. We’d still recommend a trip to the the home of the Danish monarchy, even though you should be prepared to spend quite a bit of money on your getaway. There’s a reason why the Danish capital city is one of the most popular travel destinations right now and why so many tourists are willing to spend about £295.50 on a day there. If you’re looking for a slightly cheaper option for your northern adventure, we’d recommend Stockholm – the largest city of Scandinavia. With an average cost of £160.90 per day, you could nearly call it a bargain! Yet, still expensive enough to have made it into our Top 10 of Europe’s priciest capitals.
Top 10: These European capitals are not really budget friendly
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