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The World’s Most Expensive Destinations Revealed



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Ah, the life of the luxury jet setter! From luxurious European hotels to idyllic overwater bungalows on tropical islands, having a bountiful bank account can lead to vacations in some ultra-glamorous – and very pricey locations. But which destinations in the world are the most expensive to visit?
According to Thrillist, the team at analyzed data from over 100 global destinations to rank the most expensive locations in the world.
To compile the ritzy list, considered various factors, including accommodations, daily transportation, food, popular attractions, and flights.
Thrillist reports the number one spot went exclusively to “Gustavia, Saint Barthélemy, where the total cost of a single day for one person averages at a whopping $1,852—and that doesn’t even include flights!”
According to, these are the top ten most expensive destinations:
1. Gustavia, Saint Barts 2. Gstaad, Switzerland 3. Aspen, Colorado 4. Park City, Utah 5. Maui, Hawaii 6. London, England 7. Cocoa Island, Maldives 8. Maun, Botswana 9. Grand Cayman 10. Monte Carlo, Monaco
The cheapest global destination to visit is Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, with an average daily rate of $90 per person.