World’s most expensive city breaks named – full list

Looking for a bargain city break? Britons on a budget might want to avoid a few European destinations if they’re trying to save money.

The travel experts at Bounce have found the world’s most expensive city breaks and one of them is in the UK.

The team looked at the price of hotel rooms, restaurant meals, alcohol and taxis to find the priciest spots.

Due to a fall in the pound, Britons are facing higher prices in several of their favourite holiday destinations including France and Spain.

But where are the world’s most expensive destinations?

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World’s most expensive city breaks

  1. LA, USA
  2. Dublin, Ireland
  3. Oslo, Norway
  4. Paris, France
  5. Milan, Italy
  6. Edinburgh, UK
  7. Las Vegas, USA
  8. Inverness, UK
  9. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  10. Stockholm, Sweden

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Los Angeles ranked as the world’s most expensive city for a holiday with the average cost of a hotel room a whopping £269 per night. A meal at an average restaurant came in at £19.

In Europe, Dublin topped the list with a hotel room coming in at £312 per night. Despite cheap flights to the Irish capital from many of the UK’s major airports, accommodation and meals could push Britons’ budgets to breaking point.

Unsurprisingly, Oslo was the third most expensive city on the list. A hotel room in the Norwegian capital came in at £162 per night.

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Edinburgh and Inverness landed just outside the top five with hotel rooms costing over £200 per night in each of the Scottish cities.

But it’s not all bad news for British holidaymakers. Prices are cheaper in several long-haul winter sun destinations than they were last year according to the new Post Office Travel Money report.

Savvy Britons could find deals in top spots such as Hoi An in Vietnam and Sharm-el-Sheikh in Egypt.

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