19. Copenhagen, Denmark
Breathtaking, isn’t it? With the signature view of the colorful houses on the riverbank, Copenhagen is the 19th most expensive city to live in. The cost of living index is 84,59. The average cost of renting a flat in the city centre is a little bit more than 1100 euros, and the average monthly salary takes shape similarly; it’s just a little bit above 2100 euros. If you want to drink a true danish beer, like Carlsberg, you have to pay between 4 and 8 euros for it.