This article will bring you to the list of the most expensive cities to spend a week in Europe. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. European countries have always been among the more expensive travel destinations in the world compared to other places, and most expensive holiday destination in the world, as well. Nothing will be cheap as you can expect to pay for water at most restaurants in Europe. But hey, that’s in most places in the world.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most expensive cities to spend a week in Europe from their list.
The first one is Madrid, Spain. We are starting off our list with the beautiful capital of Spain, which is home to elegant boulevards and beautiful parks. It is also home to several works of art by Spanish masters like Goya and Velázquez. While you are there, you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to visit Buen Retiro Park, the Royal Palace of Madrid, Plaza Mayor, Madrid and Museo Nacional Del Prado. Of course, there are many other things that you can also enjoy while you are in Madrid. Barcelona is even more costly if you’re really looking to break the bank. The Romanian Capital of Bucharest, next on the list of most expensive cities to spend a week in Europe, is situated in the Southeastern part of the country, and this massive city is the commercial hub of the country. There are plenty of sights to see in the beautiful capital of Romania, including but not limited to the Palace of the Parliament a communist era building that has over a thousand rooms, Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, which is dedicated to showcasing the Romanian traditional way of life and Cotroceni Palace, the official house of the president that also houses the National Cotroceni Museum. For almost $950 a week, your expectation kind of begins to rise in Stockholm, Sweden. The good news is, your expensive visit to Stockholm will be quite memorable. If you choose Stockholm to be your European retreat, you will have a unique opportunity to experience some of the greatest landmarks of Sweden, like the Skansen, Sweden’s first open-air zoo and museum. Also, we recommend that you visit, Gamla Stan, the old part of the town where you will find quite a few nostalgic surprises. And finally, discover the alleyways of Fotografiska, an entire district devoted to contemporary photography.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 most expensive cities to spend a week in Europe