6th September, 2019 by Edith Hancock
Earlier this year, we revealed the cheapest cities in the world for a pint of beer, according to a city living index published by international shipping company Pack & Send.
The company gathered data from consumer comparison site Expatisan, which collates costs of everyday amenities such as rent and drinks for cities around the world using user entries, before calculating an average.
The results showed that, perhaps unsurprisingly, the cheapest cities for beer can be found in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.
But at the other end of the scale, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv and Copenhagen have some of the highest mark-ups on beer.
We’ve listed the 10 most expensive cities in the world, according to the user-generated data.
Keep scrolling to find out where to avoid if you’re after a cheap pint on holiday.