Exploring unknown destinations gives most of us an adrenaline rush. If you’re bitten by the travel bug, there is no dearth of places to explore on this planet. But if you want a truly indulgent experience, here are three of the most expensive travel destinations from across the world. Stock your wallets, pick up your camera, make out an itinerary and get ready to have a great time.
When ranking the most expensive cities in the world, London reportedly jumped to the 15th spot from the 21st during the 2009-2011 financial turmoil. Each night spent in a London hotel costs you $177 on an average. There is no dearth of places to see in London, but a lot of anglophiles make a beeline for the Abbey Road Studios and Tower of London in the hope of catching a glimpse of the ghosts of Anne Boleyn or John Lennon.
New York is known for its ritzy restaurants, high-end outlets, and sophisticated nightlife venues. Manhattan is considered to be among the most expensive cities in the world, affordable only by the rich and fortunate like Wall Street experts, Jay Z or Donald Trump. Tourists should assume that each night might cost them an average of $550, inclusive of cab ride, dinner, and cocktails.
The Mecca of love, Paris is a huge favorite among honeymoon couples. You can see people flooding around the Notre Dame Cathedral and Eiffel Tower, or going on a cruise on the Seine. An average night in this romantic city can cost you approximately $360. This fashion capital is an ideal tourist destination, bringing together old world charm and modern sensibility.