#4 Oslo – $189
Another Scandinavian city makes the top 5 entries of our list. The Norwegian capital of Oslo was founded in 1040 and quickly became a major trading post. Still today, it remains a major banking, trading and maritime hub in Europe. It has been ranked as the eighth most expensive city to sleep in and the third most expensive for dining out. If you’re thinking of indulging in some booze to warm you up in the cold Norwegian nights, choose carefully as alcohol is pretty price. Some of the city’s main attractions include the Oslofjord, the former prison of Akershus Fortress by the waterside, the Viking ship museum and the Norwegian Museum of Cultural Heritage.