These are the 20 Most Expensive Cities to Visit for Holiday


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#18 Las Vegas – $148

Las Vegas most expensive Holiday
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Home to many a movie set, dreams and hopes of beating the bank at the casino, Las Vegas boasts many notable landmarks which are hot tourist spots. Think of the Las Vegas strip and Red Rock Canyon national park. This man-made city built out of the desert features an impressive number of hotels. Some of the most famous ones include Cesar’s Palace, the Bellagio and the Mirage. Many of the exclusive hotels were central to the golden age of the original 1960 Rat Pack, which was led by the great Frank Sinatra. A number of them also featured in the revived Ocean franchise, starring George Clooney and friends. Even if you’re not planning to hit the casino, you’re going to have to keep an eye on expenses, with the average beer costing just under $7.


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11 Comments

  • That photo of Hong Kong is a fake. There is no mountain that large anywhere near HK.

      • Tokyo is fake – I have lived here now over 20 years and unless I have been living in the wrong Tokyo. Never seen this view though my previous office in Ark Hills or Roppongi Hills give us a nice view.

    • Don’t think your statement is correct as I have been there many times and that pic looks about 100% correct. Was just there at the start of October.

      • 100% correct refers to HK. Shot was take from West side of HK Island. Regional office in One Island East had fair size hills behind our pretty tall skyscraper office tower.

  • As for #17 – Tokyo – 2 mile taxi ride doesn’t cost much as $58. It must be $15~20. I know it is still expensive.

  • Being originally from Switzerland I sadly have to agree! Cup of coffee sets you back about 5 US. No refill! Good news, service included although they still expect a tip. Coffee is excellent hmmmm.
    Go to St.Moritz and pay even more for everything.
    Neat, safe and clean country.