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Expensive and Inexpensive Countries

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I have found an interesting worlwide comparison of costs of living which is based on prices for many items, including tourism-related prices like restaurants or transport.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/

The results are displayed in tables and in maps and, despite a few outliers (Caracas?), I find them pretty realistic.

Switzerland, Scandinavia and England are most expensive in Europe, but there are many destinations which are affordable or even cheap.

Actually, I have entered price data for my hometown. You may do the same for further improval of the databank.

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