Traveling the world is an adventure no one has ever regretted. It is such an eye-opening activity that you would wish never comes to an end. Despite the fantastic offers such as the beautiful locations you get to visit, the animals you see, the people you meet, and much more; going on holiday to another country or visiting a new place doesn’t come cheap.
Although traveling the world isn’t a cheap thing to do, some places are more expensive than others. For example, the amount you would spend traveling to Paris and staying there for a month isn’t the same amount you would spend traveling and staying for a month in Alaska.
Several locations have their own unique offerings and these offering come at different prices. In this piece, we will take a look at the most expensive places you can visit on holiday.
Can you guess what places are on the list before we reveal them to you? See the list below.
Seen as one of the neatest and most peaceful countries to live in the world, Switzerland is such an attraction all by itself that its capital, Zurich, is visited both in the summer and in the winter.
Tourism-wise, Switzerland is a sleepless country. With the strength of the Swiss Francs coupled with astronomical hotel rates together with a high cost of living, Switzerland is quite an expensive country to visit. The average price of accommodation per night in Switzerland is believed to be around $200.
While the United Kingdom may not hold as much power as it did a hundred or more years ago, she is still one of the most expensive places to visit.
Although new locations like Dubai have evolved from around the world, London remains one of the top destinations for visitors. While the average cost of accommodation per night is lower than that of Switzerland, it is still around the $170 mark. If you are going with a spouse, you should also remember that taking a meal for two at a mini-sized food service establishment would cost you $60 on average.
Denmark isn’t particularly known for her interest in world leadership or politics. This is a country that prides herself on the dignity of her people, national leadership, and an excellent environment.
In ancient times, the Vikings focused on attacking opposing countries; today, Denmark is a country millions of tourists want to visit every year. As a tourist, everything about Denmark is expensive. When you visit, you should have it at the back of your mind that the average cost of accommodation in this country is about $200, and you should prepare for more.
Singapore doesn’t need any introduction. This is the country whose average citizen’s per capita income far exceeds that of the rest of the world.
You should still come prepared to shell out about $200 on average for a moderately rated accommodation. The thing is, Singaporeans are generally affluent, and so you should also come stuffed with enough dole.
This is a premium tourist destination for the majority of the globe’s travelers; hence, It is not surprising to have this Caribbean island on our list.
A three-course meal would cost you above $150. You will spend $180 for accommodation on average. If these figures sound affordable, you shouldn’t stay back. Barbados is a place to be.