From Longer Lie-Ins to Welcoming Staff: How to Make a British Person’s Holiday

The World Words team live all over the world, so we’re very used to totting up the costs before making a move abroad. But there are some cities that are inescapably expensive. Our writers in Scandinavian capitals like Oslo and Reykjavik are used to exorbitant living costs, while others based in London, New York and Dubai can penny-pinch with the best of them. Yet none of these capitals make the top 10 list of the world’s most expensive cities.

Compiled by Hansen & Company, this neat little infographic counts down the priciest places on the planet (and they are not always in the countries you might expect). Scroll on down to see the full infographic in all its glory…

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What Makes the British Happiest on Holiday? – An Infographic

Below is the full infographic from the team at loyalty club Wanup. Simply click to open full size in a new window.

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