It won’t be news to most seasoned travellers, or a surprise to those who call Copenhagen their home, but the Danish capital has once again found itself perched near the top of a ‘most expensive’ list.
This time Copenhagen has been ranked the third most expensive tourism destination – based on average hotel, food drink, taxi and entertainment costs per person per night – by airport transfer firm Hoppa.
Trailing only Zurich and New York, the average cost of a night in Copenhagen was rated as being about 1,320 kroner. Oslo and Stockholm followed to make up the top five.
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Copenhagen ranked fifth in terms of the price of hotel accommodation for a night for two people, first for a cup of coffee, fourth for a burger, ninth for a pint of beer, eighth for a cocktail and fourth for a meal for two.
It also ranked third in terms of the price of a taxi ride and tenth for the price of a bus tour ticket.
Venice, Amsterdam, Honolulu, Rome and Caracas completed the top 10 of the 84-city list, while the most affordable destinations on the list were Sofia, Cairo, Cartagena, Bucharest and Antalya.