Polish cities are amongst the cheapest to live in, with the most expensive Warsaw, placed in 261st spot out of 300 included in a report prepared by Expatisan. In Warsaw, renting a 45-sqm apartment costs on average PLN 1,800, while the price of a lunch meal in a business district is PLN 26. Five Polish cities were included in the ranking, with Wrocław being the cheapest of the five. In Wrocław, apartment cost is PLN 1,560.
Cities in Siberia and Latin America were generally cheaper than Polish ones, while most Western cities were more expensive. Three out of the top 10 most expensive cities are in Switzerland: Geneva being the most expensive, where apartment rent costs an average of CHF 1,700 (PLN 6,085).
Reykjavik, Zurich, San Francisco, London and New York offer similar prices, while Bermuda’s Hamilton topped the ranking, with rent for a 45-sqm apartment at $1,730 (approx. PLN 6,211).